Société Radio-Canada (SRC) TV Network

Canadian programs on Société Radio-Canada Television (SRC) since its inception (by year of launch)
While this list of national network programs is extensive, it is not necessarily comprehensive. We are grateful to the sources listed below, whose assistance has been invaluable, but we welcome additions both to the list and to the program details section, and corrections where necessary. 
Our Foundation does not hold copies of any programs, and it is our experience that very few program series that involved viewer participation were ever made available to the public. Anyone hoping to find a copy of an old show should go to the website of the station/network on which the program appeared, and ask if they can help.
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L'union fait la force

L'union fait la force was a daily TV game show hosted by Patrice L'Écuyer and was aired for the first time on September 1, 2003.

Two teams, each representing a community organization, and made up of three participants and one artist, faced off and competed against one another throughout the entire week. L'union fait la force presented some 20 different types of games that called upon the teams' intellectual, visual and auditory skills, as well as the quick-wittedness of the participants and their ability to work as a team.


L'Auberge du chien noir

L'Auberge du chien noir was a soap opera that was created by Sylvie Lussier and Pierre Poirier and was broadcast as of January 2003.


Et Dieu créa... Laflaque

Et Dieu créa... Laflaque was the world as seen through the eyes of Gérard D. Laflaque, a virtual good-natured host, an original concept conceived by the celebrated La Presse cartoonist, Serge Chapleau.


Le dernier chapitre

This series of only six episodes, created by Luc Dionne, looked into the world of mob bikers. It explored the psychology of individuals who had chosen crime as a lifestyle, but who like all business people, keenly did what was needed to advance their career.


Mon meilleur ennemi

Written by Suzanne Aubry and Louise Pelletier, this TV soap opera aired from 2001 to 2003, and starred Stéphane Breton (Michel) and Macha Grenon (Geneviève). It portrayed the difficulties encountered in living in a world where everything happened so quickly. It also explored the personal values that are often confronted in our times by social changes that are sometimes unfathomable.

Written by Yvon Chouinard - February, 2006


La vie la vie

This series, whose first 30-minute episode was aired on January 8, 2001, totalled 39 episodes in all, and was regarded as one of the most striking dramatic series in Canadian television at the time.



Infoman was a weekly program that took a humorous look at current events. In April 2008, Infoman broadcast its 200th program. Politicians above all, but also the hottest subjects making the headlines and popular culture, were lampooned with an unabashed sense of humour. 

Jean-René Dufort, a biochimist in training, was the host. Every week, Chantal Lamarre presented a five-minute segment where she was entitled to complain about anything she wanted. The journalist M.C. Gilles also did a weekly piece. 


Chartrand et Simonne

A TV miniseries written by Diane Cailher starring Luc Picard as Michel Chartrand, the colourful and dynamic Quebec trade unionist, and Geneviève Rioux as Simonne Monet-Chartrand, his wife, a social activist and feminist. Driven by their ideals of justice and social commitment, Simonne Monet and Michel Chartrand united to build a family but also to change the world. Despite their financial difficulties, social disapproval and the birth of seven children, the couple would pursue their dream of a better world through their actions and struggles.


L’ombre de l’épervier

Based upon the novel with the same name by Noël Audet, the authors Guy Fournier and Robert Favreau wrote the scenario for this TV series upon a canvas of oceans and storms.

Inspired by the Gaspé temperament, L'ombre de l'épervier recreated a society characterized by both ambition and fantasy with its lively and expansive characters. It recounted the problematical passions of Noum Guité, an independent and self-confident fisherman, and his wife Pauline, the so-called she-wolf, a woman with awesome intuitive powers.



La fureur

What had been initially planned for only the 1998 summer season proved to be such a big hit that Radio-Canada billed it as one of its top shows for the upcoming 1998 fall season. Hosted by Véronique Cloutier from 1998 to 2002, and then by Sébastien Benoît until its final broadcast on December 31, 2007, La fureur, which lasted 60 minutes, was a game show built upon certain aspects of karaoke, as well as upon asking original and wide-ranging questions regarding popular songs.



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