A collection of “less remembered shows” and people who appeared on, or worked for, WGBH, remembered by Fred Barzyk, Michael Ambrosino, Boyd Estus, Doug Smith, and Bruce Bordett • Read more.Though she did not own a TV set, Julia had been bitten by the television bug from the moment she set foot on a studio set. • Read more.One day I came in to find an old man who looked familiar sitting in the outer lobby. I asked and he said he was waiting to visit someone, so I took Hoagy Carmichael in past reception • Read more.Then, in the middle of a fun entertainment segment with one of the pioneers of television, disaster struck. • Read more.David Sloss wrote the song for, and performed it at, the first WGBH Auction • Read more.In our youth, nothing seemed insurmountable. We approached every challenge with the old Mickey Rooney “Let’s put on a show!” enthusiasm. • Read more.“Wake up, wake up! Channel two is on fire and has just burnt to the ground.” • Read more.Featuring interviews with Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and James Baldwin, this program made headlines in spring 1963. • Read more.