Here's more of The Royal Canadian Air Farce, from shows recorded "live-to-tape" in front of audiences all across Canada - Halifax to Kelowna, Toronto to Yellowknife - during the 1989/90 season on CBC Radio.
As critic David Barber writes, "By poking fun at our politicians, our passions and our pastimes, Air Farce allows us the chance to laugh at each other and ourselves, to remind us who we are and why we really are differenct, in subtle and significant ways, from our behemoth neighbours to the south."
And Vancouver journalist Lynn Cockburn describes a typical Air Farce taping: "It's a full house and they bound on stage with the enthusiasm of teenagers. The audience howls with laughter, applauds freely, groans when expected, and enjoys every minute of the show. For people used to watching TV, watching radio is an experience. And The Royal Canadian Air Farce is the best radio show you'll ever see."