Season 5, Episode 4
Untold stories of inspirational inventions.
Great inventions are usually associated with a single person. But the inspiration and know-how of key collaborators are often lost to history. Author John Langley’s biography of Casey Baldwin, entitled Casey – The Remarkable, Untold Story of Frederick Walker “Casey” Baldwin: Gentleman, Genius, and Alexander Graham Bell’s Protégéa, Langley captures the extraordinary life of Casey, a close associate of Alexander Graham Bell and the first Canadian to fly a plane, in a story that deserves to be known by all Canadians.