Medium Rare (radio show)
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Hosted by CHEZ's news director, Ken Rockburn, the program was a two-hour news and public affairs magazine show which aired on Sunday evenings, including features and interviews on politics, arts, literature and culture. Rockburn also published a book of interviews from the show, Medium Rare: Jamming with Culture, in 1995.
The program was cancelled in 1993, just days after a change in CRTC regulations meant that music-based stations were no longer required to air a minimum quota of spoken word programming. Rockburn subsequently moved to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, where he hosted the television interview show Rockburn and Company and CBO's afternoon program All in a Day.
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