GE 1997-8 Season 4 Episode 6: What's That Noise?
Note: this is not a transcript, but a working draft of the script, so there may be differences in the aired version.

ERLING:	It seems it's time now for the game show that is reputedly 
	the most popular in some corner of the province, or the country, 
	or something like that.

	The whole idea is that we play a noise recorded somewhere in Nfld 
	and you make a guess at what you think it is.  Keeps you interested 
	in the show, a link between us and you.

	Bit of a pebbly premise, I think.  Who knows what manner of listener 
	is being cultivated by such activity.

	But, mine is not to reason why.

	Hollis Duffett, I understand you are responsible for getting the 
	sound out over the airwaves.  Do your stuff.


	Alright.  Without any further ado, I'll extricate one envelope, 
	and it will serve as our entrant for this week.

	And it's from ... oh, it's a phone bill ... no, actually, it is 
	an entry, written on the back of a phone bill.

	It's from Diana Bacon of Edmonton, Alberta, and Diana writes:

	"Dear Paul, This week's Nfld Sound, I'm convinced, is one of the 
	swings in the children's playground, for handicapped and others, 
	in Pippy Park in St. John's.  My husband and I visited the park 
	quite a few years ago, but the sound is still vivid to me.  
	Sincerely, Diana M. Bacon."

	Well, Diana, brave conjecture there, but I understand the noise is 
	not that of a set of swings.  So, more entries are required.

	I'll tell you what our mailing address is in a moment.

	First, Hollis Duffet, one more earful of the noise, please.

	If you think you can identify that, write us at What's That 
	Noise From Nfld., c/o the BCN, 342 Duckworth St., St. John's, 
	Nfld., A1C 1H5.  Or e-mail us.  Our electronic address is