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CANADA — A Canadian radio show called ‘Wiretap’ has been canceled.
The show’s creator and host, Jonathan Goldstein, posted a thoughtful farewell message on CBC radio’s website.
“It started from a simple desire to share the funny, smart people in my life with all of you. I wanted to create a place where we could hang out together and like-minded people could join us,” part of the letter reads.
“Still amazes me that the CBC gave me the chance. I never stopped feeling grateful to get to be on the radio each week and never stopped being nervous about it. Each episode was fuelled by a wish to connect with you.”
While Goldstein’s letter was heartfelt, a video “all about growing up and how that process never ends” may bring a tear to your eye.
The video was shared on CBC’s Facebook Wednesday, and already has more than 1.4 million views.
“P.S. Since our broadcast schedule is slightly out of sync south of the border, American listeners, you’ll still be able to hear shows until June 2016 via PRI. It’ll be a sendoff season featuring the best episodes from the past 11 years as well as episodes never before heard in the States.”