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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbtidge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 LISTINGS FOR STAURDAY, NOVEMBER 2] TO FRiDAY, NOVEMBER Jacques Consteau docume ntary Tragedy of red salmon FAMILY LIFE Human Journey: The Early CTV's special series exploring modern family life and its place in western society, takes the viewer back to that wondrous, fascinating time of childhood-from birth to five years, Sunday, Nov. 22, p.m. The red salmon live out their short, tragic lives as do few species in the undersea world. After four years of danger and ads enture in the open sea, they reach sexual maturity and heed an internal call to return to the fresh water streams of their birth where they will i spawn and die, giving up their jlrvcs in the process of produc- ing a new generation. Theirs is a perilous and mystifying death journey a saga that Jacques Cousteau and the divers and scientists of the research vessel Calypso recorded in "The Tragedy Of The Red Salmon" to be tele- cast Monday, November 23. p.m. on Channel 13 as part of the award-winning documentary series The Un- dersea World of Jacques Cousteau. (Pre-empts Ironside on this To film the migration of the salmon and what happened to them the crew of Calypso journeyed to Alitak Bay, Kodiak rsland, Alaska. Here! the tragic odyssey begins. Pastj the bay and up the Salmon! River lies Fraser Lake. Five years previously, men planted fertilized salmon. eggs in this lake which had never seen the presence of one of these fish. [For one year after hatching, ithc salmon built their strength (there and then they set off on jfar out in the open sea', now the dauntless fish are drawn by an instinctive -call to return to their natal grounds, the fresh- water lake. Masters in precise navigation that they are, the salmon are unable to avoid the traps set by man. The ones which escape the nets are followed by Cousteau's team of divers and film makers. They record the results of the experimental egg- planting and the completion of the cycle begun five years be- fore. Like all Pacific salmon, the Sockeyes' is a once-in-a- lifetirne migration and the? spawn only once, then die. The Human Journey, a series of three hour-long specials that explore modern family life and its place in western society, will be prodtfced by the CTV Television Network for telecast during this season. The first, The Human Journey The Early Years, which covers the years from, birth to five years old, will be telecast on CTV on Sunday, Nov. 22. p.m. on Channel 13. (W5 will he pre- empted on this occasion.) The Early Years cover what many experts consider to be the most crucial years in a man's life from birth to the time he begins school. Shock- ingly, very little is known about these years but what we do know indicates that if a child is influenced at the right time in the right way he will grow to be not only more intelligent and knowledgeable but also saner and better adjusted emo- tionally. The program looks at the range of studies and experi- ments meant to uncover the mysteries of how cliildren grow and sense the world in these early years. The opening se- quence shows the birth of Shawn MacDonald Campbell a film that is thought to be one of the most beautiful ever pro- duced on the event of birth. Charter flight revolution examined in CBC special The charter flight business is frying high. An ever increasing number of Canadians travelling abroad those on vaca- tion rather than business trips taking advantage of the lower fares offered on charter nights. The .complex, fascinating and highly competitive business of carrying passengers by air is the subject of The Charter Rev- olution, a special one hour documentary to be telecast on the CBC network Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 10 p.m. on Channel 7. Host interviewer is Clive Bax- ter, Ottawa editor, of The Fi- nancial Post and the program is a co-production of CBC infor- mation programs and The Fi- nancial Post. As such, it repre- sents a first in journalism a 'mixed media1 approach to a topical subject. The documentary features a series of in flight with passengers on both char- ter and regularly sched u 1 e d I flights who are asked which I type of flight thoy prefer, and why. Business executives, politics! leaders and others involved in. the world of air transportation also express their views in con- versation with host Baxter. 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