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  • For audiences all over the country, the tear-inducing, awe-inspiring and intensely personal tales told on "Stories from the Stage" are the perfect antidote to the angst of current events.
  • When Marsha Bemko was offered a job at ANTIQUES ROADSHOW 24 years ago, she almost turned it down.
  • A poet turned travel host, a “Greek Julia Child” and a poor immigrant from Istria who built a culinary empire. These are just some of the celebrity stars of GBH Lifestyles, the newly reinvented production unit that takes viewers on global explorations of food, culture, natural history and travel.
  • Paris Alston is the co-host of Morning Edition and “The Wake Up” podcast at GBH News. She reflects more on her ancestry nowadays, looking up to her grandmothers for guidance and inspiration as she seeks for opportunities that were unavailable to them. Now, she is pursuing a social impact MBA at Boston University and is an active member of The National Association of Black Journalists. She has also worked at WBUR, UNC-TV in North Carolina, NBC10-Philadelphia and has reported stories from five continents. Paris grew up in North Carolina and attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  • With MASTERPIECE’s joyful and big-hearted Tom Jones, viewers can look forward to what the scriptwriter calls “the mother of all rom-coms.”
  • It was a win-win situation when about a dozen teenagers came to GBH on a recent Saturday morning to learn about journalism and civics.
  • Azita Ghahramani is the senior editor for politics and voter engagement at GBH News. In her role, she leads the politics team and guides multiplatform political journalism, exploring the connection between politics, society and policy impact in Massachusetts. Previously, Azita served as executive producer of local television and worked closely with Jim Braude as executive producer of Greater Boston.
  • When South Korean born filmmaker Deann Borshay Liem was a girl, her American adoptive father, a film buff, taught her how to use an 8-millimeter camera and often made short films about the family.
  • Planes, ferries, bikes and jeeps. These are the ways GBH Transmitter Engineer Christopher Kelly gets around to upkeep six GBH radio transmitters and three studios spread across the eastern half of Massachusetts.
  • More than 70 high school students were the beneficiaries of the media-making wisdom of NOVA in a new program that aims to empower youth in science journalism and filmmaking about local issues. The teens ultimately made their own films that NOVA has just posted online .