Stories shared at the celebration of Michael Ambrosino's career in October 2019
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"Moses was highly respected for his work in storytelling and digital media, and loved very much by his family and friends."
From Bill Charette: My big moment as Assistant Stage Manager came on the day Julia did a show about lobsters.
Friends, colleagues, and family gathered to celebrate the pioneering career of Michael Ambrosino, creator of Nova, Odyssey, and producer of many WGBH programs.
Madeline 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.
’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.
The 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.
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.
“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.