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  1. Sari Sapir on September 7, 2012 at 4:46 am

    Moderator — the “who” got lost in my comment. Could you please insert it. Thanks

    I’d love to see any ‘GBHers who find themselves in the Holy Land.

  2. Sari Sapir on September 7, 2012 at 4:43 am

    It seems that you were looking for me. Look no farther than Jerusalem, Israel. I was working as a studio director at Israel Educational TV when I took a year off in 1974 and ended up in Boston. Nineteen years later, after working on NOVA and as an independent with my own company (Sapphire Productions), I returned to Israel. I’d love to see any ‘GBHers find themselves in the Holy Land.

  3. Carole I. Ashcraft on June 30, 2011 at 1:10 pm

    As one of the original staff members of WGBH’s Science Series “NOVA” under Michael Ambrosino, I would like someone to contact me regarding what I believe is the only B&W photo of our entire staff taken in May 1973 that I’ve had all these years. It’s in excellent condition. I would like to donate it to the WGBH Archives. 863-293-3734

    • beverly shaffer on September 24, 2011 at 8:35 pm

      Carole – I don’t recall being in a group photo. I worked on Nova for one year as a PA. Francis Gladstone was the producer of my team.

      • Carole Ashcraft on November 9, 2011 at 6:09 pm

        Hi Beverly, I’m so sorry after all this time to just now be answering your post, I was unaware it even existed. The B&W photo of the original NOVA team, which I can e-mail you a copy of if you’d like, was taken May 1973 just before we started a production meeting. A spontaneous photo event taken with a Polaroid. Francis Gladstone was our Team 3 Producer. I worked directly for Michael Ambrosino, Ex. Producer as NOVA’s 1st Production Secretary. Since our offices were separate from the main building just down the street when we first started, I may not have known you. I’ll bet you have some terrific fun memories from that time just as I do and treasure them all. Thanks for getting in touch with me Beverly. It was nice hearing from you. Carole Ashcraft

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