Re:sound #98: The Disappearing Show

This hour: one boy leaves home and never returns, another leaves and returns forever changed.

2008 / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA


This hour: one boy leaves home and never returns, another leaves and returns forever changed.

The Boy Who Never Returned
by Myfanwy Davies and Steve Wadhams (Maritime Magazine, CBC, 2007)
In 1967, Dickie Hovey left his home in rural New Brunswick to set off for the big city. Dickie was 17 years old and a talented musician. His friends and family never heard from him again.

The Beauty of Bulldog
by Julie Kimberley (Street Stories, ABC, 2007)
Years ago, Julie Kimberley's brother Matt Lawson suffered a serious brain injury. Julie decided to revisit the accident, which, in a split second, altered the future of the entire family.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Delaney Hall.

produced by

Myfanwy Davies

Myfanwy Davies is a Canadian journalist that works at CBC New Brunswick.

Steve Wadhams

Born in England, Steve Wadhams was a producer at the BBC before moving to Canada in 1974 to join the CBC program As it Happens.

Julie Kimberly

In 2000, after travelling the world for four years, Julie Kimberly's friend mentioned that there was a job opening at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation/ABC.


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