Friday, December 24, 2010

Kindness Knows no Borders: An Interview with Lighthouse Santa

This CBC radio interview done in 1949 with American pilot Edward Snow, the "Lighthouse Santa", seems like a fitting wasy to celebrate Christmas Eve.

Its three minutes long but its loaded with the spirit of Christmas. Please click here.

Please note: If your computer lacks updated plugins, then you will be able to hear this item by clicking here. And for extra reading on the famous 'Lighthouse Santa', please click here.

And for further reading about Edward Snow, click here to see the Wikipedia article.

1 comment:

  1. Well, rats! The CBC site wants a plug-in in order to hear their programs, but it's for Windows XP or Vista and I've just gotten 7. I would so love to hear these, Win, but I'll just have to imagine them, I guess. Happy Holidays to you and yours!


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