This one-hour documentary from award-winning producer Jane Hawtin premiered on APTN this past February.
Check your local listings for repeat broadcasts!
The Executive Producer is award winning producer and broadcaster JANE HAWTIN
Jane Hawtin's career in radio began 25 years ago at CKLC in Kingston, Ontario.
It wasn't long before she
was picked up by the fledgling Toronto rock station Q107 sharpening her
skills as host and executive producer on Barometer, a daily magazine show.
During her ten-year stint at Q107, she became Canada's first female news director and first female talk show host.
Switching to Canada's number one radio station, CFRB 1010, the Jane Hawtin Show became the number one noon hour program in the country.
While at CFRB, Jane was twice nominated for an ACTRA award as best radio interviewer.
In the Fall of 2002, Jane
was introduced to the national audience of CBC radio when she
created, produced and hosted a 17 part series called STRANDED for CBC radio one.
Jane is also the permanent fill-in host on Metro Morning and Here and Now.
In 1995, Jane
made the jump to television as host/executive producer of Jane Hawtin Live
(WIC Television and WTN).
The program received critical acclaim for raising and debating issues of importance to Canadians.
In 1998, her
journalistic talents were recognized with a Gemini nomination for Best Host/Interviewer. (The best of Jane Hawtin Live
continues to air daily on the Issues channel).
used her television savvy to develop and produce a series of successful television programs including Doctor on Call, Linehan, Caregiving with June Callwood, Prime Business with Deirdre McMurdy, Teen Tribute TV, Liquid Soapz and Road Scholars
Jane is president of Road Scholars Productions Inc, Amberlight Productions Inc. and Jane Hawtin Live Productions.
For more information about Road Scholars Productions Inc
Road Scholars Productions Inc
76 Haig Ave