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From Dan Beach
I added some random shots through the years at ‘GBH to my Facebook profile. Feel free to use anything that might be of interest. The alumni site is an absolute treasure!
WGBH -Ed Murrow talks with Eleanor Roosevelt for “Prospects of Mankind” 1961
Aftermath of fire which destroyed the studios of WGBH, Boston at 84 Mass Ave. in 1961
WGBH – Jean Shepherd first TV show from Museum of Science dock, Boston, 1962
WGBH – Hal Pike
WGBH – David M. Davis – Greg Harney
WGBH – Gene Nichols
WGBH – Program Manager Bob Larsen, 1962
WGBH – Nelson Aldrich
WGBH – Allan Hinderstein
WGBH – Pauline McCance
German Chancellor Willy Brandt interviewed at WGBH temporary studios (Greg Harney upper right)
WGBH at early tennis telecasts at Longwood
WGBH – Bud Collins beginning a career in sports (tennis) commentary, 1964
Maurice Chevalier interviewed by Elliott Norton
Eliott Norton and Harry Belafonte wait for tape to be ready
Robert Goulet & Carol Larwrence interviewed by Elliott Norton at WGBH
John Gielgud as interviewed by Elliott Norton
New WGBH Building
WGBH – Peggy MacLeod mans the switchboard on Rose’s lunch break.
Greg Harney works with Burr de Benning and Bronia Stefan on a production of “Yes Is For A Very Young Man”
Greg Harney Directs
Paul Benedict in “Yes Is For A Very Young Man”
Bronia Stefan gets smoke pay
WGBH – Steve Gilford
WGBH – Lew Diggs
WGBH – Pat Kane “evaluating tape”
WGBH – Jean Shepherd & Fred Barzyk at “Phantom of the Open Hearth” for PBS American Playhouse
Jean Shepherd and David Loxton conferring on “Phantom of the Open Hearth”
WGBH – Carolyn Rynne ’83
Film Editor Jeannie Jordan – WGBH ’82
Jean Shepherd filming a series of short fillers for Masterpiece Theatre in my house in Concord – ’83
WGBH – Ron della Chiesa (’87)
I’m still looking for answers: whatever happened to tapes or wire recoedings of CIRCLE OF LIGHTS produced by WGBH Boston in1969? Why are there not tapes, cds, or DVD,s for sale?? What happened?? Please…someone!
Good to see the old photographs of Jean Shepherd. Thanks, Dan.
Spectacular to see these old photographs of people and projects that helped make this organization great. Thank you.
What a hoot seeing the pics of “Yes is for a very young man”. I worked on the crew on that one. Paul Benedict long before he became Mr. Bentley on “The Jeffersons”.
Thanks Dan. Great collection.