World @ 6 on RCI 'edited' on UK relay

World @ 6 on RCI 'edited' on UK relay

Post by Bill Bergada » Wed, 26 Mar 1997 04:00:00

While I was listening to Radio Canada's UK relay of the "World at 6" last

because this transmitter is in the UK, the item will be removed until the
next item is aired" occured! After the

6" resumed.

 
 
 

World @ 6 on RCI 'edited' on UK relay

Post by kmdxe » Wed, 26 Mar 1997 04:00:00



> While I was listening to Radio Canada's UK relay of the "World at 6" last

> because this transmitter is in the UK, the item will be removed until the
> next item is aired" occured! After the

> 6" resumed.

I was working last night so I didn't catch it but it might have been a
story on "Mad Cow Disease"....I know RCI and CBC have done some stories
on it in the past...I'm going to check the RCI read audio site later and
listen to last nights show

73s
Keith

 
 
 

World @ 6 on RCI 'edited' on UK relay

Post by Kim Andrew Ellio » Wed, 26 Mar 1997 04:00:00


>While I was listening to Radio Canada's UK relay of the "World at 6" last

>because this transmitter is in the UK, the item will be removed until the
>next item is aired" occured! After the

>6" resumed.

This did happen.  It's about a UK *** trial involving a Canadian.
I will have an interview with RCI's Allan Familiant this Saturday
on Communications World

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World @ 6 on RCI 'edited' on UK relay

Post by Joel Rub » Sun, 30 Mar 1997 04:00:00




>>While I was listening to Radio Canada's UK relay of the "World at 6" last

>>because this transmitter is in the UK, the item will be removed until the
>>next item is aired" occured! After the

>>6" resumed.

>This did happen.  It's about a UK *** trial involving a Canadian.
>I will have an interview with RCI's Allan Familiant this Saturday
>on Communications World

Didn't the Canadians censor Buffalo TV news on Toronto cable TV during
the Regina vs. Paul Bernardo sex ***s trial? I suppose the idea is
to keep from prejudicing the jury, although since most Canadians can
hear U.S. radio during daytime, it would be pretty futile for them.