"The Passionate Eye" is Canada's longest-running national showcase for independent documentaries. For 23 years, it's provided Canadians with a critical window on the world, exploring international events and people through timely and provocative award-winning documentaries. Passionate Eye documentaries have won every major award including Emmy's, Oscars, Peabodys and Geminis, but they've also made news... films like Hunted in Russia, Holy Money, Invisible War, and Putin's Games, to name just a few from last season. Today The Passionate Eye remains one of the only documentary strands in Canada where viewers can still see a selection of the world's best and most newsworthy political and social issue documentaries.
Runtime: 90 minutes
The Passionate Eye - List of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation personalities - Netflix
This is a list of past and present personalities associated with the television and radio arms of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
The Passionate Eye - J - Netflix
Judith Jasmin started working for Radio-Canada in the late 1940s, co-hosted Carrefour with René Lévesque on Radio-Canada/Radio, hosted Reportage and Conférence de presse, she became the first woman named foreign correspondent for Radio-Canada at the UN (1966), and then in Washington, DC. Michaëlle Jean, Governor General of Canada Hosted the documentary series The Passionate Eye and Grands Reportages, and produced and hosted individual documentary films Stu Jeffries - Good Rockin' Tonight, Switchback Charles Jennings, journalist Peter Jennings, at age nine, hosted a kids’ program called Peter’s People on CBC Radio in Ottawa Erica Johnson Molly Johnson Cathy Jones, This Hour Has 22 Minutes Colleen Jones Daryn Jones Khari Jones