Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Generally seen on on Mondays from 10:30 to 11 PM, the Canadian In View offered a potpourri of interviews, round-table discussions, and documentaries focusing on the arts and (especially) literature. Designed as a "filler" to bridge the scheduling gap whenever another CBC effort, Festival ran short of its alotted 90 minutes, this program was hosted by Nathan Cohen, entertainment editor of the Toronto Star. Debuting October 15, 1962, the series spent much of its early airtime covering stories that would otherwise have been ignored due to the ongoing New York City newspaper strike. The final installment of In View was seen on May 6, 1963.