, then became a two-hour show beginning at 10:00 p. and we deliberately helped a lot of Canadians. We dictated what record were going to go. Speak Your Mind originally aired from 10:30-10:55 p. In 1958, he took over from Harvey Dobbs CHUM. Saturday, May 26) was the night the new deejay was scheduled to start. He did his final regular CHUM show on Christmas Eve 1969, returning for some weekend appearances in 1970.
But few stations made as big a splash about it as CHUM It was May, 1962 and CHUM had just hired a new all-night deejay, but he wasn t on the air yet. But a few other folks, some well-known and some not-so well-known, also did the midnight-to-dawn shift over the years. Aircheck highlights (Part 1) - Ontario Housing Corp. He and promotions head Gary Ferrier did an on-air shtick called Larry and Gary for a time. In December, 2007, Roman was named acting head of the CHUM CHUM Radio VP. At the theatres, in a movie newspaper ads described as Sintillating, Marlon Brando, David Niven and Shirley Jones were starring in Bedtime Story. It moved to late mornings in 1968, first from 10:00 a.
A five-bedroom bungalow in the Danforth-Warden area could be had for $12,900. Except for a departure of a few months in 1962 while he did mornings at CFGM, Laine owned the all-night slot for a decade. They first appeared in 1959 (with Allen Farrell Garry Ferrier Bill Hewitt Foster Hewitt (Faster Foster s father).. In the 1960s, however, the Leafs won the Cup so often it was almost routine. I used to have the radio on (CHUM naturally) while I did my homework, listening to Dave Johnson and the HiFi Club. For weeks before, CHUM promoted it as the greatest thing since sliced bread (which back then was still delivered by a bread man, but we digress). Laine spent 10 years on the all-night show, playing the hits of the day and - at 3 o clock in the morning - oldies on the Golden Galaxy.