Now fans need longer wait for the CBC to re-run recordings of Max Ferguson's torious radio shows (assuming that the tapes have t all been destroyed by court order). A full dose of his lunacy, depravity, and flagrant disregard for management can w be enjoyed at any hour of the day or night simply by reading a copy of And Now... Here's Max, his scandalous memoir of a life in broadcasting at the CBC. This edition includes a new foreword by Shelagh Rogers. Max Ferguson's 52 years as an anuncer on CBC television and radio included such programmes as After Breakfast Breakdown, The Max Ferguson Show, Tabloid, Gazette, Inside From The Outside, 55 North Maple, and Telescope, and earned him many hours: the Order of Canada, the Goverr-General's Performing Arts Award, the John Drainie Award, the Gordon Sinclair Award, the Stephen Leacock Award (for And Now...Here's Max), three ACTRA awards, and horary degrees from Dalhousie University, Brock, Waterloo, Western Ontario, and the University of Saskatchewan.
Winner of Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour 1968.