Synopsis by Hal Erickson
First broadcast in 1955 and lasting at least ten years, the Canadian weekly Heritage was like such American efforts as Lamp Unto My Feet and Look Up and Live, a potpourri program on religious issues. With full script approval of the National Religious Advisory Council, the series offered everything from original dramas to documentaries to debates, supplied by local producers from virtually every one of the CBC's provincial outlets. In addition, the series accepted contributions from "other" countries, notably the ten-part BBC drama Paul of Tarsus. During the 1958 season, the series was briefly retitled The Church in Canada.