Marcuse, Gary

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MARCUSE, Gary

MARCUSE, Gary. Canadian (born United States), b. 1949. Genres: Area studies, Plays/Screenplays. Career: Director, producer, and story editor of documentaries and educational programs for television and radio. Canadian Broadcasting Corp., writer and broadcaster, 1975-, producer of Sounds of Science, 1986, guest host of Arts National, 1990, 1991; community program director for a station in Burnaby, British Columbia, 1977-78; sound recordist for documentary film and television productions, 1987-. Associate producer of "Blockade," an episode of the series Witness, CBC; executive producer and co-director of the series First Nations: The Circle Unbroken, 199193; producer and director of the television documentary The Mind of a Child, 1995; producer of Scanning Television, a media education kit, 1996; other work includes the children's series Songs and Stories of Canada, 1979, and Alive in the Nuclear Age Project, 1988-90. Publications: (with R. Whitaker) Cold War Canada: The Making of a National Insecurity State, 1945-1957, 1995. RADIO PROGRAMS: Oil Tankers on the West Coast, 1980; Banff at Fifty, 1984; From War to Peace, 1985; The Cold War in Canada, 1985; Fifty Years of Music in Canada (series), 1986; The New Right in BC, 1987; Murray Adaskin, 1989; R.D. Laing, 1989; Inside the Philippine Revolution, 1991. Contributor of articles and reviews to magazines and newspapers. Address: Face to Face Media Ltd., 1818 Grant St., Vancouver, BC, Canada V5L 2Y8.