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Party for NOVA Pioneer Michael Ambrosino

Party for NOVA Pioneer Michael AmbrosinoFriends, colleagues, and family gathered to celebrate the pioneering career of Michael Ambrosino, creator of Nova, Odyssey, and producer of many WGBH programs. Read more.

From Julia Child to The Victory Garden: How My Grandparents Changed the World of Cooking and Television

From Julia Child to The Victory Garden: How My Grandparents Changed the World of Cooking and TelevisionMadeline Cohen: While I’ve known for a while about my grandparents’ many achievements, it wasn’t until this summer when I interviewed them for this blog that I realized just how extraordinary their stories are. Read more.

Tour Boston neighborhoods of 50 years ago at October 8 screening

Tour Boston neighborhoods of 50 years ago at October 8 screening’GBHers are invited to take in the sights and sounds of Boston’s neighborhoods 50 years ago at a special screening by WGBH’s Media Library and Archives at the Coolidge Corner Theatre Tues, 10/8 at 7pm. Read more.

Ken Bader, 70, Senior Editor, The World

Ken Bader, 70, Senior Editor, The WorldThe WGBH community notes with sadness the passing of former ’GBH colleague Ken Bader. A Senior Editor for The World (1997-2011), Ken passed away Sat, 8/24. Read more.

The Make-Believe Clubhouse

The Make-Believe ClubhouseThe Make-Believe Clubhouse seems, on reflection, to have been a magical experience for many of us. One of the children who guested on the show at about aged 7 still remembers it as magical to this day. Read more.

Jena Perrone, 42, Rights Coordinator

Jena Perrone, 42, Rights CoordinatorJena joined WGBH Enterprises in 2005 as Rights Coordinator. Her commitment and dedication were recognized over the years, most recently with a promotion to Rights and Licensing Manager. Read more.

Michael Colgrass, 87, composer featured on the first “Soundings”

Michael Colgrass, 87, composer featured on the first "Soundings"Colgrass was the focus of the first program in the 1970s WGBH “Soundings” series. Soundings was produced by Bunny Olenick and directed by Fred Barzyk. Read more.

‘This Old House’ Turns 40

‘This Old House’ Turns 40“This Old House,” which began chronicling home renovations in 1979, was one of the first such shows to air on national television and arguably helped create the D.I.Y. nation we all live in. Read more.

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