Jim Bawden


You type a lot of obits these days when you work the TV beat. This one hits home harder than most — Jim Bawden. It was Bawden’s TV column I read in the Toronto Star back when I was in high school and college. He covered the medium in print for 40 years (including an

Hagman: the brim kept getting bigger to extend past his eyebrows It was just about a year ago, in January of 2012, when Larry Hagman faced television critics as a group for the final time. The TV icon passed away Friday at 81 of complications from cancer. He was battered but unbowed, thin from the

‘CHers Kate Carnegie and Adam Atkinson are Na’vi going to live this down UPDATED: Hats off to CHCH for beating the big guys to Avatar. On Sunday, the Hamilton, Ont. superstation had the broadcast premiere of the biggest moneymaker of all time. The movie drew an overnight, estimated 222,000 viewers to ‘CH Sunday night, more