Milan Chvostek


Milan Chvostek (given birth to Oct 4, 1932) is a previous producer/director in the Canadian Broadcasting Company. He done AN INSTANCE for the Courtroom, The Energetic Arts, This Hour Offers Seven Days, Technology Magazine as well as the CBC’s flagship display THE TYPE of Items, a technology documentary tv program that has shown in almost fifty countries world-wide and features scientist David Suzuki. Honours for Chvostek’s displays include one in the Monte Carlo Tv Festival honored by Prince Rainier III in 1975, as well as the Bell North Research Communications Prize for science development in the Canadian Science Authors’ Association (Chvostek may be the just three-time winner of the prize) in 1974 and 1975. After ten years of teaching television broadcast at Seneca College, Toronto (1986 to 1996), he embarked upon a freelance videography and photography career, functioning both independently and together with his wife, Isobel Warren. Chvostek’s photos possess made an appearance in the Toronto Superstar, Good Times Newspaper, the Country wide Post, Forever Teen, Tandem, Visitor and in Florida, Eh? aswell as in-flight periodicals, Atmosphere (Canada 3000) and Airborn (Skyservice). Vocalist/songwriter Annabelle Chvostek is his little girl.