The way we were was a bit of a hit at the time, and it was an oddball.
Stephen Greenfield and Chris Davies played a reporter and a reporter, respectively, and they didn’t always agree on the details of the stories they were reporting.
“We were both kind of stuck with our preconceptions about what the news is,” Greenblat says.
“There were times when we both thought we were getting all the right stories, but we didn’t necessarily know how to go about it.”
The first episode of The Way We Was was broadcast in late February 2016.
It ran for eight weeks and featured a number of other stories.
For example, the CBC’s digital news team got involved with a story about a Canadian politician in a South Korean court who was being held in an isolation cell.
I remember thinking back to when we were at the beginning of our investigation in 2014, and we didn. “
But then we were also watching this man in court, and I thought, ‘Wait, is he in jail?’
I remember thinking back to when we were at the beginning of our investigation in 2014, and we didn.
“But it was the first time I had actually been in a jail cell, and so it was a very strange experience. “
It was like the most surreal thing I’d ever experienced.” “
But it was the first time I had actually been in a jail cell, and so it was a very strange experience.
It was like the most surreal thing I’d ever experienced.”
What happened in the court case?
After a series of legal motions, a judge agreed to release the man in the isolation cell, but the man’s lawyer wanted to put the issue on hold until the court ruled.
But after the judge ruled, the judge released the man and the CBC went ahead with the story.
“When you start reporting something that is so deeply rooted in history, it becomes a bit confusing.
You have to go back and look back at it,” Greenfield says.”
I remember being in court and seeing the man sitting in a cell, just being there for the duration of the trial.
It wasn’t a situation that I thought was going to end well.
I think there’s something deeply troubling about that situation.”
The whole process was very surreal.
There was no legal system in South Korea, so it felt like we were going to be thrown in jail.
But then I think you sort of realise how much the court had to work out, and the man was not going to win, but I think the judge felt that he did deserve to be in there.
The Canadian Broadcasting Company did not respond to requests for comment.”
The Korean conflict had just broken out, which was something that really brought people together in Canada,” he says.
The Canadian Broadcasting Company did not respond to requests for comment.