Radio Daze

By Rafe Mair

Radio Daze
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This is the story of the last of the broadcasters willing, nay eager, to hold authority's feet to the fire. Rafe Mair combined his experience as a lawyer and cabinet minister along with his deep love of his province and the City of Vancouver to build a radio career that angered ... Read more


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This is the story of the last of the broadcasters willing, nay eager, to hold authority's feet to the fire. Rafe Mair combined his experience as a lawyer and cabinet minister along with his deep love of his province and the City of Vancouver to build a radio career that angered many, especially politicians, but attracted huge audiences.

Rafe Mair

Rafe Mair is a best-selling Canadian author with nine published works including Canada, Is Anyone Listening? and his most recent Radio Daze. A lawyer by trade, Rafe was elected to the British Columbia legislature in 1975 and served as a Cabinet Minister under Premier Bill Bennett until 1980, when he retired from politics and reinvented himself as a radio talk-show host. Brash, opinionated and (usually) well-informed, Rafe dominated the West Coast airwaves for twenty-five years, championing social justice and environmentalism. Today he makes his home just north of Vancouver, BC, with his beloved wife Wendy.

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