To See Ourselves
|To See Ourselves|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||3|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original network||CBC Television|
|Original release||23 September 1971 – 26 December 1973|
The film drama series was a successor to Theatre Canada (1970). Episodes consisted of new works and adaptations of short stories. Writing was provided by both emerging and established Canadian writers such as Bryan Barney, Shirley Faessler (Can I Count You In?), David French, Stephen Leacock, W. O. Mitchell, Alice Munro, Thomas Raddall, Mordecai Richler (Mortimer Griffin and Shalinsky And How They Settled The Jewish Question), Sinclair Ross (The Painted Door), and D. O. Spettigue (Pity The Poor Piper).
Directors included René Bonnière, Peter Carter, Allan King (Mortimer Griffin and Shalinsky And How They Settled The Jewish Question), Paul Lynch (The Painted Door) and Grahame Woods.
This half-hour series was broadcast as follows (times in Eastern):
|Thursday||9:30 p.m.||23 September 1971||16 December 1971|
|Friday||10:00 p.m.||22 September 1972||22 December 1972|
|Thursday||9:30 p.m.||5 July 1973||27 September 1973|
|Wednesday||8:30 p.m.||3 October 1973||26 December 1973|
Rebroadcasts were aired on various occasions from May 1974 until September 1975.
- Corcelli, John (April 2002). "To See Ourselves". Canadian Communications Foundation. Retrieved 7 May 2010.