Multimedia: Remembering the James Brown concert that calmed Boston

Ambrosino had already begun assembling “the one group of guys who could pull off such a last-minute live broadcast: producer Russ Morash, director David Atwood, along with (crew) Al Potter and Greg Harney.” Read more.

Save the Date!

The Reunion planning team is pleased to announce the date for our next reunion: Saturday, October 20, 2018! Read more.

Boston’s most radical TV show: What’s Happening Mr. Silver?

This entry is part 23 of 23 in the series The Fred Barzyk CollectionIf you were watching WGBH on February 7, 1968, in a house with two TVs, you were in luck. Read more.

Next Reunion: Survey Results

Several months ago, we sent out a survey with questions about your preferences for the next reunion. We've had a great response with over 150 alumni chiming in! Read more.

Rich Harrison, 71, Engineer, Entrepreneur

Joe Pugliesi: It is with deep regret that I report the passing yesterday of retired longtime WGBH engineer Rich Harrison. Read more.

Remembering the James Brown Concert in 1968

Backstage at the Boston Garden, the mood is somber. Just 24 hours ago, Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, and though James Brown is booked that night for a show, nobody really wants to go onstage and play. Read more.

How Ursula K. Le Guin’s ‘The Lathe of Heaven’ became a cult TV hit

A rare example of public television entering the world of science fiction, "The Lathe of Heaven" became a cult favorite. Read more.

Frank Dolan, 92, Longtime Actor, Film Critic

From Fred Barzyk: I invited Frank and his wife to one of my "Learn to Act for TV" courses. Since I had convinced the management to let me do dramas, I needed to find volunteer actors. Frank and his wife were some of the first to join. Read more.

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