From Michael Ambrosino: Science is a part of our heritage, our present culture, and a major force in determining our future. Its absence from television [in the 1970s], spoke to the ignorance of many of its gatekeepers…. Science, medicine, technology, engineering, architecture all impact our culture by determining how we live our lives!

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Six WGBH Alumni — Fred Barzyk, Michael Ambrosino, Olivia Tappan, Bruce Bordett, and David Atwood — tour the studios and offices at 125 Western Avenue, WGBH’s primary home from 1964 to 2007

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From Michael Ambrosino: I’ve never considered myself an intellectual; my memory and thought processes are just not good enough for true intellectual work. I do, however, have an insatiable curiosity and enjoy the world of ideas.

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From Michael Ambrosino: When you think how public broadcasting has changed over our last 50 years, it seems impossible to imagine what will be happening in that new facility in 2057!

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At a time when community is more precious than ever, a visit with some late greats at Mount Auburn Cemetery — a tremendous source of zen and beauty for those of us fortunate to live nearby.

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Thanks so much to the 165+ WGBH alumni, staff, guests, and students who joined us at  the 2018 Reunion on October 20! Pictures and stories have already begun appearing in our Facebook group: “It was a soul-lifting afternoon!” — Eileen Hughes “Amazing and well done on all counts.” — Mark Duffield “What a great night!”…

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