Ron Solloway, a long-time CBC writer and arts producer, has died at age 84 in Vancouver. He was the founding producer of The Royal Canadian Air Farce, and in his 20 years as head of CBC Radio Drama and Literature and CBC Radio Variety, he oversaw the creation of shows such as Goldrush, Touch the Earth, Jazz Radio-Canada, Brave New Waves, The Vicki Gabereau Show, Anybody Home?, the Frantics and the CBC Literary Competition.
.Death announcement in the Globe and Mail
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