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.
From Becky Rolnick: Do you have a fun story about working with GBH? Perhaps you remember a hilarious gaffe from a live broadcast, or a mishap on a field shoot, or an interaction that still makes you smile?
Tanglewood concerts were always an important part of music programming at WGBH. In the summer of 1970, as Erich Leinsdorf was about to retire as Music Director of the Boston Symphony, he would conduct his final concert at Tanglewood.
Michael Ambrosino — the creator of NOVA — describes his early years at WGBH, an era of live and live-on-tape TV productions at the 84 Massachusetts Avenue studio in Cambridge.
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Transcript — Part 2
INTERVIEWER: June 18, 1998, the second hour of a conversion with Michael Ambrosino.