Sex and the CBC.
Book of Don (called Damaged Goods until he realised people were reading it) is the best, most brutally honest blog I've read in a while. TV writer/producer Don Young posts entries from his 1979 diary of working at the CBC and juxtaposes them with his mildly depressive thoughts working in the industry today. Occasionally his unrepentant, unreconstructed Seventies sexism can be a bit much, but it's worth wading through it for the tidbits like a young Pamela Wallin (then working at As It Happens) screaming the c-word at Young and the rest of the Morningside crew after Young and his coworkers (including Gary Michael Dault) raided the AIH's beer fridge and stole all their contact numbers. Or this bit about having beers with Peter Gzowski one night: "He's writing a book about cannibalism - says it's a metaphor for the CBC, except cannibals eat the dead ... to survive at the CBC you eat the dying."
Catch Book of Don now before the libel suits!