Kathy Shaidle reviewed Richard Stursberg’s The Tower of Babble: Sins, Secrets and Successes Inside the CBC in the July issue of The Interim. Shaidle concludes her review:

I defy anyone who reads The Tower of Babble to think up a “solution” to the CBC “problem” that doesn’t involve controlled demolition. It would be fitting, however, if the Corpse was miraculously revived by producing a television adaptation of Stursberg’s book. Such a mini-series would be thrilling, funny, and its “con” couldn’t get more “Can.” The ratings would be huge, and even CBC haters would love it.

So it goes without saying that we’ll never see such a thing.