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101. Art, sexuality and censorship as it relates to Bill C-54. Part 2 Art, sexuality and censorship as it relates to Bill C-54. Part 2 Part 2 of a panel discussion on the proposed new pornography legislation, Bill C-54. Speakers on this segment: Pam Hall, artist. Comments from participants on the floor, including Peter Gard, Mannie Bucheit; responses by panelists Dorothy Inglis; Pam Hall; Lois Hoegg; Pornography--Law and legislation--Canada; Erotica--Law and legislation--Canada; Art and society; Arts--Censorship; Yes

102. Art, sexuality and censorship as it relates to Bill C-54. Part 3 Art, sexuality and censorship as it relates to Bill C-54. Part 3 Part 3 of a panel discussion on the proposed new pornography legislation, Bill C-54. Comments and questions from participants including Joan Clark, author; Peter Gard; responses by Dorothy Inglis and Pam Hall Pornography--Law and legislation--Canada; Erotica--Law and legislation--Canada; Art and society; Arts--Censorship; Yes

103. Arteriosclerosis And Cholesterol (Diet vs Genetic) Arteriosclerosis And Cholesterol (Diet vs Genetic) Arteriosclerosis And Cholesterol (Diet vs Genetic) -- Dr. S. Heyden explaining how environment and genetic factors can contribute to hardening of artery, and ways to reduce the change of having this life threatening condition. Yes

104. Arthritis Arthritis Charlie Callanan and Dr. John Lochhead discuss arthritis, including treatment and pain management. Arthritis Yes

105. Arts Conference Sunday Morning Tape 4 Arts Conference Sunday Morning Tape 4 Yes

106. As others see us As others see us Performance by the students of Peenamin MacKenzie High School, Sheshatshiu, Labrador about native Canadians, how they are viewed, and the treatment they receive. Indians of North America--Drama Yes

107. Ask the man who owns one Ask the man who owns one Host Fred Hollingshurst moderates a discussion of computers at work, featuring several St. John's computer salemen. Computers Yes

108. ASN Educational Apaur ASN Educational Apaur Adult learning -- 2-29:50min -- one french and one english Yes

109. Assorted commercials : alcoholism, drug abuse, and beverages Assorted commercials : alcoholism, drug abuse, and beverages Commercials from around the world about alcoholism and drug abuse for the first half (until 14:08). The second half of the video are other commericials from the 1980's, mainly beverage commercials (Pepsi, Orange Crush, Apple Juice, etc.). Television commercials--Canada; Alcoholism--Prevention; Drug abuse--Prevention Yes

110. At MUN : Animal Care Unit At MUN : Animal Care Unit Host Rob Pitt interviews Dr. Andrew Fraser, Veterinarian and Director of the Animal Care Unit at Memorial University of Newfoundland who addresses some of the concerns about the care unit and of the use of animals in biomedical research and experimentation. Dr. Detlef Bieger, chairman of the President's Committee on Animal Care, then discusses the role of that committee in monitoring the use of live animals at MUN. Animal experimentation--Newfoundland and Labrador; Laboratory animals--Newfoundland and Labrador Yes

111. At MUN : Cameramun At MUN : Cameramun In this episode of At MUN, host Rob Pitt visits the on campus photography services area, CameraMUN, to find out what they do and the services they provide. Yes

112. At MUN : CHMR / MUN Radio At MUN : CHMR / MUN Radio Host Rob Pitt inviews Terry Kelly, station manager of CHMR, the student radio station that broadcasts from the campus of Memorial University of Newfoundland. Kelly describes the coverage and functions of the station and how it is used to train students in radio broadcasting through hands-on experience. CMHR (Radio station : St. John's, N.L.); College radio stations--Newfoundland and Labrador Yes

113. At MUN : Douglas Dunsmore and the Festival Choir At MUN : Douglas Dunsmore and the Festival Choir Host Rob Pitt discusses the Festival Choir with director Douglas Dunsmore, a member of the Memorial University Faculty of Music. The Festival Choir is affiliated with Memorial University of Newfoundland, but is open to members of the community at large. Includes a recording of the Choir singing the Hallelujah chorus from Handel's Messiah. Festival Choir (St. John's, N.L.); Choral conductors--Newfoundland and Labrador; Choirs--Newfoundland and Labrador Yes

114. At MUN : Educational Television Centre At MUN : Educational Television Centre Host Rob Pitt interviews Craig McNamara, Associate Director, on the history and function of the Educational Television Centre (ETV) at Memorial University of Newfoundland, where the program At MUN is produced. McNamara discusses the rationale behind the expansion into public broadcasting with station Channel 13 and the audiences it reaches; cost-saving measures; and plans for the future, including the development of interactive television. Memorial University of Newfoundland. Educational Television Centre; Educational television broadcasting--Newfoundland and Labrador; Yes

115. At MUN : Extension Service Media Unit. Program 1 At MUN : Extension Service Media Unit. Program 1 Host Craig McNamara interviews Charles Callanan, Head of the Extension Media Unit at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Callanan describes the work of the Media Unit, one of five sections within Extension Service. The unit is involved in producing both 16mm film and 3/4 inch video; as well as in field work and training in the use of media. Videotape is used in education and community development. The Unit is also engaged in experimental work with television through the local community transmitter projects. Memorial University of Newfoundland. Extension Service. Media Unit; Media literacy--Newfoundland and Labrador; Video recording--Newfoundland and Labrador; Television in community development; Yes

116. At MUN : Extension Service Media Unit. Program 2 At MUN : Extension Service Media Unit. Program 2 Presents the background, development, and purpose of the Extension Service Media Unit of Memorial University of Newfoundland. Footage from early Media Unit films demonstrate the role the Media Unit has had in community development projects in Newfoundland. Includes a segment with Memorial Chancellor Lord Taylor discussing the establishment of the Media Unit and its collaboration with the National Film Board of Canada. Memorial University of Newfoundland. Extension Service. Media Unit; Television in community development; Telecommunication--Social aspects--Newfoundland and Labrador; Yes

117. At MUN : Life in Paton College At MUN : Life in Paton College Host Cathy Boak looks at life in the student residences of Memorial University of Newfoundland, concentrating on life in Paton College. Includes contributions from students Gillian Rose; Jim Dean and house proctor Derek Locke, who discuss their experiences of life in the residence hall. Memorial University of Newfoundland--Students; Dormitory life--Newfoundland and Labrador--St John's; Dormitories--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's; Yes

118. At MUN : Memorial University Of NewfoundLand Folklore and Language Archive (MUNFLA) At MUN : Memorial University Of NewfoundLand Folklore and Language Archive (MUNFLA) Host Rob Pitt interviews archivist Peter Narvaez and assistant archivist Philip Hiscock of the Folklore Archive of Memorial University of Newfoundland about the archive and its collections. Memorial University of Newfoundland. Folklore and Language Archive; Folklore--Archival resources--Newfoundland and Labrador; Yes

119. At MUN : Oxen Pond Botanic Park At MUN : Oxen Pond Botanic Park Host Cathy Boak presents a tour of Memorial University of Newfoundland's Oxen Pond Botanic Park on Mount Scio Road in Pippy Park, visiting the perennial border, the vegetable garden, the rock garden, the peat beds, and the cottage garden. Research, on butterflies for example, is carried out, and the park also serves as a nature reserve. Oxen Pond Botanic Park; Botanical gardens--Newfoundland and Labrador; Natural areas--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's Yes

120. At MUN : Technical Services Electrical And Machine Shops At MUN : Technical Services Electrical And Machine Shops Host Rob Pitt continues his interview with Mr. Lloyd Smith, director of the Technical Services division of Memorial University of Newfoundland. This week's episode concentrates on the operations of the electrical shop and the machine shop. Memorial University of Newfoundland.Technical Services; Machine shops--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's; Electricians--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's; Yes
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