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Thanks DC! I do agree that, even if Bambury didn't occupy quite an agoaonlus place in the Canadian public imagination a Peel did in the UK, he nevertheless had an avid following. I should have also mentioned David Wisdom in the post since he hosted Nightlines, the weekend show that complemented BNW. If anything I had a greater opportunity to Nightlines since on weekends I was freed from whatever early start-times that, from the perspective of someone in highschool or university, plagued the working week. But it always seemed to me that Nightlines was less structured and, since it featured fewer interviews, functioned less as a window on to a wider subcultural universe.I'd like to think that it was the same broadcast of the Bryars that we heard since it would confirm my various claims here. Even if it wasn't, it still shows something of the force of the show and of the weirdness of the radio experience. Do you remember as well when they played, over a series of Sundays, the whole of A Man in a Room Gambling, Bryars' collaboration with the artist Juan Munoz? I was so disappointed later when I bought a CD and it only contained 5 of the 10 pieces
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