She wrote cookbooks and was a magazine food columnist. She taught cooking classes and for a time ran a Vermont inn. She had been a WGBH producer and an official with the Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities.
Tom joined WGBH in 1974 and he soon became a writer-announcer, an association that lasted more than 15 years.
Fred Barzyk recalls an embarrassing moment from this first year of being a director at WGBH, in 1960.
Elizabeth Spear Graham: Janet was a pioneer of the ZOOM GUEST series where the focus was on a child who possessed a particular ability and talent.
Fred Barzyk: How shall I remember him? I guess with a smile on my face as his witty comments on art and artists swirled around me… followed by his gentle smile and soft laugh.
From Jon Abbott: It is with deep sadness that I share the news that our valued and respected friend and co-worker Anne Adams died after a long illness.
Beloved artist, museum educator, writer, TV host died March 24.
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."