After four decades in the business, Phil Redo is ready to step down. The WGBH general manager for radio and local news will retire from his position at the station.
To a generation of television watchers, he was also a familiar face as the host of “Masterpiece Theater” on PBS from 1993 to 2004, having succeeded Alistair Cooke.
Edye Baker: “Susan had a wonderful way of connecting with volunteers and making everyone feel so welcome; her sincerity always showed through."
Here are the first sets of photos taken by alumni at the 2018 reunion. Please suggest captions in the comments on each page. And, if you have photos we can add to this Photo Gallery, please send them!
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Thanks so much to the 165+ WGBH alumni, staff, guests, and students who joined us at the 2018 Reunion on October 20!
From Steve Gilford: I introduced Bliss to WGBH and she immediately shared my enthusiasm for the station, the staff and the programming.
Less than 4 days to go. Get the last minute details here.
Congratulations to Paula Apsell '69! The long-time senior executive director of the PBS science program “Nova” is the first science journalist to ever receive the Lifetime Achievement Emmy Award.
Join us, one and all, at the WGBH Studios to remember, reminisce, and regale! Current and past staff and volunteers are all welcome!