William R. Grant, an award-winning producer of some of public television's most successful programs, was for two years managing editor of “Frontline” and 10 years was executive editor of “NOVA.”
This is the second in a series of reminiscences by Fred Barzyk, longtime WGBH producer and director.
Margy led a distinguished career in institutional development spanning positions at the Belmont Hill School, the Museum of Science Boston, and WGBH.
I was asked to produce and direct a program for college kids during the summer of 1967. The show featured a young Englishman who was lecturing at Tufts University. His name was David Silver and he looked a lot like Mick Jagger.
From the mid 1970s until 2006 Jim was a scenic carpenter at WGBH, a job that utilized his many talents
This is the first in a series of reminiscences by Fred Barzyk, longtime WGBH producer and director.
“Usually, ‘This Old House’ does renovations,” said Richard Trethewey, the program’s plumbing and heating expert. “This is the show’s first brand-new historic reproduction.”
Twitch recently ran a marathon rebroadcast of Julia Child’s “The French Chef” on its 24/7 platform for livestreamed cooking.
Michael Ambrosino will talk about real situations from the past 40 years to illustrate how ideas become documentary films at an event on Sunday, June 5, 2016, 4pm.
Our family wants you to attend, so please mark your calendars and make your reservations to arrive by boat, train, car, airplane, or barefoot to celebrate Bud's magical life with us.