Talking Books was a Canadian radio program, which aired on CBC Radio One. Hosted by Ian Brown, the program was a discussion on books and literature. It was the only books show on CBC Radio that had critical discussions of books, as well as identifying trends, in writing. The program was cancelled in 2008, in order to find a place for The Next Chapter, hosted by Shelagh Rogers.
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... department were established and production of Talking Books began ... The first recorded weekly magazine, the Talking Book edition of Newsweek, was introduced in 1959 and the first recorded encyclopedia, the Talking World Book, in 1981 ... In addition to Braille, large type (1948), and recorded books, APH produced educational aids ...
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