As the United Nations approaches its 20th anniversary, the CBC reports on the three Secretaries-General
Intertel examines the men and the office of Secretary-General of the United Nations
Post-production script of the CBC-TV production ‘A Matter of Time’
Background notes on A Matter of Time
A Matter of Time is a one-hour dramatized documentary.
To countless thousands throughout the world involved in the continuous struggle to conquer cancer, time is a factor of paramount significance.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
“Forty Million Shoes” is the story of a country which exemplifies a common feature of much of Latin America — the rich are becoming richer and the poor are becoming poorer
Brazil is the key country of South America
Today, from the teeming cities of the North to the plantation-country of the Deep South, the American Negro is on the move, demanding equal rights.
Colonised by the Romans, by the Turks, by the French; invaded, pillaged and raped times without number – this is the history of Algeria.
Intertel produces on a bi-monthly basis hour-long documentaries on important world topics, inaugurating a global television production agency dedicated to the creation of programs of substance and meaning.
INTERTEL is an act of faith by its four founder members. They believe that the world’s problems can be solved more quickly by positive acts of improved communications.
In a Cold-War world, rocked each month by some new eruption of extreme nationalism, any form of international cooperation is a welcome relief.