TGC Episode Descriptions

1995

1. Inc. Magazine Entrepreneur of Year Awards
Diane Fulman, Senior Economics Editor,
Bank of Boston
Fran Sussner Rodgers, National winner for
Social Responsibility
RT: 30:04 Taped 1/9/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman,
Director Donald Cronin 

2. Mass. Small Bus. Development Center (SBDC)
Regional Director Frederick Young
RT: 29:00 Taped 1/23/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer/Director: Jeffrey Hosman

3. Manufacturing in Massachusetts
Bay State Skills Corp:
Jan Pounds, v. p. manufacturing services and
Dir., Mass. Manufacturing Partnership;
Sherry Gordon, program director,
New England Suppliers Institute
Kristie A. DePrete, director,
Bay State Manuftg Network Program
RT: 58:39 Taped 2/2/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman,
Director Donald Cronin

4. Programs through the US Small Business Admin.
Patrick McGowan, Reg.Administrator for N. E.
(Video roll-in with SBA Admin. Philip Lader,
Senators Kennedy and Kerry,
U.S. Rep. Meehan and Torkildsen taped 1/9/95)
RT: 28:46 Taped 2/7/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman,
Director Donald Cronin

5. Town Administrators Discuss Issues
David Owen of Burlington
Robert Mercier of Billerica
RT: 30:08 Taped 2/13/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman,
Director Donald Cronin 

6. 1994 SBA Small Business Person of Year
David Dunn, president, Dunn & Company,
Massachusetts’ winner
Joseph LaMarca, v. p. Danvers Savings Bank
RT: 30:15 Taped 2/21/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman,
Director Donald Cronin 

  7. One Last Look
(Documentary on Winchester Library)
Deborah O’Brien
RT: 58:50 Taped 2/11/95
Producer/Director: Mary Lou Bigelow
Associate Producer/Editor: Deborah O’Brien
Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman

8. Hanscom AFB and Fed. Home Loan Bank of Boston
Col. Roger Goudreau
Comdr 66the Support Group
Virginia Allan, executive dir.,
North Suburban Chamber of Commerce
Benjamin Robinson, dir., public affairs, FHLB
RT:59:53 Taped 3/2/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman,
Director Donald Cronin

9. Mass. Office of Business Development
Michael Hogan, executive director
RT: 30:00 Taped 3/6/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman,
Director Donald Cronin

10. Technology Capital Network at MIT
Neil Rodberg, director of operations
RT: 30:01 Taped 3/13/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman,
Director Donald Cronin

11. A Day in the Life of a Mayor
Mayor John Rabbitt, City of Woburn
RT: 28:53 Taped 3/20/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman,
Director Donald Cronin

12. U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy in his Boston office (2005)
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy articles  RT:27:03 minutes 3/20/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer/Director: Jeffrey Hosman,
Cameras: Henry Szafarz and Larry Oliver

13. Organization of Women in Int’l Trade (OWIT)
Ellen Federman, president
Cynthia Livingston, president Boston Chptr
Joan Shildneck, pres., New Hampshire Chapter
RT: 29:51 Taped 3/20/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer/Director: Jeffrey Hosman

14. Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC)
David Soule, executive director
Edmund Tarallo, chairman
RT: 28:30 Taped 4/10/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer/Director: Jeffrey Hosman

15. New Hampshire First Lady Heather Merrill
RT: 25:27 Taped 4/11/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer/Director: Jeffrey Hosman
Editors: Mary Lou Bigelow, Jeffrey Hosman, Angelo Marotta

16. N.E. Trade Adjustment Assistance Ctr (NETAAC)
Richard McLaughlin, executive director
Henry LeCours, CFO
Cambridge Tool & Manufacturing Co.
C. Paul Oberg, managing principal,
The Copley Consulting Group
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer/Director: Jeffrey Hosman

17. MIT Enterprise Forum, Inc.
Kathleen F. Hagan, executive director
Jack Derby, chair, MIT Enterprise Forum,
Cambridge Chapter
RT: 27:08 Taped 4/24/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman
Director: Andrea Photopoulos
www.enterpriseforum.mit.edu/

18. SCORE (SBA)
Jacob A.Weisman, regional director, SCORE
Sam Forman, v.p. Brockton SCORE
Curtis Carter, Equal Access Software, Hanson
RT: 29:21 Taped 5/8/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman
Director: Donald Cronin

19. Office of Advocacy, U.S. SBA
Jere Glover, Chief Counsel for Advocacy
RT: 28:44 minutes 5/1/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer/Director: Jeffrey Hosman

20. WNET, U.S. SBA
Lisa Gonzales, SBA
Carol Coutrier, Hummus Factory
Mary Lou Andre, Organization by Design
RT: 29:00 Taped 5/22/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer: Jeffrey Hosman
Director: Andrea Photopoulos

21. 1995 SBA Award winners
SBA staff:
U.S. Administrator Philip Lader,
Reg. Administrator Pat McGowan
District Director Marie Record
Regional Advocate Elaine Guiney
Deputy Reg. Administrator Mary MacElaney
Nancy Dworman, Ralphco, Inc.
Small Bus.Person of the Year
Donald McGowan, National Financial Services
Mary Lou Bigelow, N. E. Media Advocate
Marcia Miller, N.E. Women in Business
Michael Kittredge, N.E. Entrpreneurial Success
Clayton Conard, Veteran Advocate
May Ling Tong, Minority Advocate
Rick Moriarty, Accountant Advocate
Michael Garcia, Exporter
RT: 30:00 Taped 5/4/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director/Videographer: Jeffrey Hosman

22. SBA Financing and Special Programs
Marie Record, district director
Douglas F. Hanson, Foxboro National Bank
Michael D. Savage, Bank of Boston
Richard Tomeo, deputy director
Gordon T. Helme, Veterans Affair Officer John P. Joyce, International Trade Officer
RT: 59:13 Taped 6/1/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer/Director: Jeffrey Hosman

23. White House Conference on Small Business
Benny Thayer, executive director NASE
Judy Obermayer, chair of Mass. Delegation
RT: 29:58 Taped 6/1/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow,  Associate Producer/Director: Jeffrey Hosman

24. Sports Reporting
Mike Lynch, WCVB, Channel 5
Bob Holmes, Boston Herald
RT 29:53 min. 6/27/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Donald Cronin

25. Charlene “Char” Lugar, Presidential Race 1996
Charlene “Char” Lugar speaks to Bigelow during the 1995 Presidential campaign trip to New Hampshire for husband U.S. Senator Richard G. Lugar. RT: 30:02 Taped 7/5/95 Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow Director: Donald Cronin RT 29:56 Taped June 1995
Producer/Videographer: Mary Lou Bigelow

27. National Press Club
Monroe Karmin, President
Sonja Hillgren, Vice President
Barbara P. Vandergrift, Library Director
RT 30:00 Taped June 1995
Producer/ Editor/Videographer: Mary Lou Bigelow

28. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dr. David Litster, VP and Dean for Research
Dr. Philip Clay, Associate Provost
RT: 29:48 Taped 7/17/95
Producer/VIdeographer/Editor: Mary Lou Bigelow

29. A Quick Peak at Tufts University
The Gordon Institute with Dr. Edward Aqua,
Dr. Arthur Winston
Dr. Robert P. Guertin, dean of
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Bonnie Newman and Thea Sahr
RT: 59:56 Taped 8/3/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Donald Cronin

30. Leslee “Honey” Alexander
Leslee “Honey” Alexander, wife of 1996 Presidential
Candidate U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander, talks about her life and the campaign in mid 1995.  You will see Senator Alexander campaigning in New Hampshire.
Producer/Editor/Videographer: Mary Lou Bigelow  
Productions Assistant: Winona Moore
Leslee “Honey” Alexander articles 

31. National Governors’ Association annual meeting
President Clinton
Senator Bob Dole
Governor Howard Dean
RT: 29:51 Taped 7/29-8/1 1995
Producer/Videographer/Editor:  Mary Lou Bigelow

32. White House Conference on Small Business
Dr. David Brophy
RT: 29:57 Taped June 1995
Producer/Videographer/Editor:  Mary Lou Bigelow

33. White House Conference on Small Bus, Wash.D.C.                                                                                       Alan Patricof, chairman
Mark Schultz, exec director
RT: 29:00 Taped June 1995

34. Simply Live it Up
Teri-E Belf, author
RT: 30:11 Taped 8/29/95
Producer/Videographer/Editor:  Mary Lou Bigelow

35. “World Class:
Thriving Locally in the Global Economy”
Professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter, author
RT: 29:54 Taped 9/7/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Andrea Photopoulos

36. Middlesex County Sheriff Brad Bailey
Paul Norton, Billerica House of Corr.
Terrence McCarthy, Middlesex County Jail
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Donald Cronin

37. Winchester Public Library Renovation Project
RT: 59:09 Taped 9/26/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow
Executive Producer/Special Segment Videographer and Editor: Deborah O’Brien   
Director: Donald Cronin

38. Genetics Orthopedics
RT: 29:27 10/16/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Donald Cronin

39. America’s Community Bankers Annual Meeting
David Holland, pres/CEO, Boston Fed.Savings
Robert F. Verdonck, Pres., CEO, Boston Savings
Linda Holland, cochair, Housing Partners ’95(ACB)
Sara Carson, cochair, Housing Partners ’95
James F. Montgomery, 1996 chair, Great Western Financial Corp.
Diane Montgomery, cochair,Housing Partners ’96
Paul A. Schosberg, President, ACB
Adrianne Amiran, Director of Social Services,
RT: 59:11 Taped 11/2/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Donald Cronin

40. Gene Burns, KGO Radio Talk Show Host
This interview with the Political and Social Commentary talk show host took place at the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago on October 28, 1995.
Gene, then president of the National Association of Radio Talk Show Hosts, currently broadcasts at KGO Newstalk 810 San Francisco. You can hear his Gene Burns Show from 7-10 pm each weekday and listen to his Dining Around show each Saturday morning from 10-1am. I would not begin to attempt to define Gene in any way. He would just turn around and surprise us all with a new twist! Watch him on this interview and then tune in to his always lively radio programs at KGO on radio or online.
Gene has a long history in radio. Earlier positions included WWHG (Hornell, New York) WKIS (Orlando), WEEI (Boston), WCAU (Philadelphia), and a national syndication on the WOR Radio Network from 1991 to 1994. Gene Burns, KGO NewsTalk 
Producer/Videographer/Editor: Mary Lou Bigelow

41. Helen Thomas, legendary  journalist and best-selling author
Helen Thomas, White House Bureau Chief for United Press International (UPI), speaks to Mary Lou in Helen’s private office in the West Wing  of the White House on October 25, 1995. Thomas wrote for UPI for more than a half-century and later for the Hearst Corporation, covering the administrations of ten U.S. Presidents.  
Producer/Videographer/Editor: Mary Lou Bigelow

From Wikapedia: Helen Thomas (born August 4, 1920) is an American author and former news service reporter, member of the White House Press Corps and columnist. She worked for the United Press International (UPI) for 57 years, first as a correspondent, and later as White House bureau chief. She was an opinion columnist for Hearst Newspapers from 2000 to 2010, writing on national affairs and the White House.

Thomas, one of the most notable Arab-Americans of her time, covered every President of the United States from the last years of the Eisenhower administration until the second year of the Obama administration. She was the first female officer of the National Press Club, the first female member and president of the White House Correspondents’ Association, and the first female member of the Gridiron Club. She has written five books; her latest, with co-author Craig Crawford, is Listen Up, Mr. President: Everything You Always Wanted Your President to Know and Do (2009).

42. Betty Cole Dukert, Senior producer of NBC’s Meet the Press
RT: 30:00 Taped 10/23/95
Producer/Videographer/Editor: Mary Lou Bigelow

43. The Freedom Forum First Amendment Center
Paul McMasters, First Amend. Ombudsman
RT: 30:00 Taped 10/23/95
Producer/Videographer/Editor: Mary Lou Bigelow

44. Peace Corps
with Mark D. Gearan, director
RT: 29:53 Taped 10/24/95
Producer/Videographer/Editor: Mary Lou Bigelow

45. Peace Corps
with Charles R. Baquet III, deputy director
RT: 29:50 Taped 10/24/95
Producer/Videographer/Editor: Mary Lou Bigelow

 

46. “Dark Deeds, Sweet Song: A Journal of Sorts”
Margot Tenney, actress and author

Charlotte Hoffman, editor of Argonne Publishing Inc.
RT: 29:23 Taped 11/27/95
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Andrea Photopoulos

1996
47. The Global Connection Anniversary Show
RT: 55:36 Taped 1/4/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Andrea Photopoulos 

48. Charles River Watershed Ass’n
Robert L. Zimmerman, executive director
RT: 29:47 Taped 1/9/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow Director: Andrea Photopoulos

49. Peggy Davis-Mullen, Boston City Councillor
RT 27:53 Taped 1/16/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Andrea Photopoulos 

50. Winchester Real Estate
Ten real estate brokers from Winchester
RT: 58:05 Taped 2/1/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Donald Cronin

51. Center for Women & Enterprise
Andrea Silbert, CEO
Marion Pohl, co-owner,
Whistlestop Minute Menus
RT 29:17 Taped 2/5/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Donald Cronin

52. Holistic Health
Loretta S. Pharo R.N.,
Holistic Health Counsellor
RT: 29:34 Taped 2/12/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Henry Szafarz

53. Communications
Ann Seamonds, Seamonds & Co.
Frank Shaw, Manager, Public Relations,
Robert S. McWade, V. P. of Corporate Affairs
RT: 29:40 Taped 2/19/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director Angelo Marotta

54. American Red Cross
Marlene Cohen, Manager of North Area
RT: 29: 54 Taped 2/26/96

55. Career Consulting  oing What You Love to Do
Cheryl Gilman
RT: 29:10 Taped 3/18/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director Angelo Marotta

56. ENKA (Winchester, Mass. Society)
EN KA Society (Winchester, Mass.)
“The En Ka Society, located in Winchester,Massachusetts is a woman’s non-profit volunteer organization. En Ka’s mission is to raise funds to contribute to non-profit organizations that serve the people of Winchester through funding, supplies and equipment, and to perform direct-service charitable activities.”
“Originally established in 1902 as a Winchester High School sorority, the En Ka Society has thrived as a women’s volunteer service organization for over 100 years. Early in the group’s existence, members chose for their motto, “Nachmachen dem Knaben”, which means “to imitate the boys.” It is from the initial letters of the words in this motto that the Society derives its acronym, “N-K” or “En Ka”.
Today it runs a thrift shop, called the EN KA Exchange and holds an annual street fair. This year, the fair will be held on May 20 and 21, 2011 at the corner of Mt. Vernon Street and Skillings Road in WInchester.
Guests: Mary Ann Crockett, Rachel Cook, Peg Perenick (president), Katie Conley, Mary LaGalla, Cheryl O’Leary and Sandra Rodgers.

www.enkasociety.org
RT 60:00 Taped 3/28/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Andrea Photopoulos

57. Winchester Hospital, Maternal and
Child Care Health Services
RT:59:13 Taped 4/1/9659
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow
Associate Producer: Marianne Hume     Director Henry Szafarz

58. Project Bread’s Walk for Hunger
Ellen Parker, Executive Director
RT: 29:35 Taped 4/8/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Henry Szafarz

59. The Job Search and Resumes
Vera Ehmann, Career Advantage, Cambridge
RT 30:00 Taped 4/15/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Andrea Photopoulos

60. Parenting and Wellness
Janet Edmunson, Blue Cross Blue Shield
Dr. Betsy Weaver, President and Publisher,
Parents Plus Inc.
RT 29:30 Taped 4/22/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Donald Cronin

61. Jenks Senior Center
Ernest Hickin,
Elaine Delaney,
Barbara Ciampa,
June Hall, Beatrice
McPhee, Bill Kennedy
RT: 59: 43 Taped 5/2/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: David MacNeill

62. MHFA
Steven D. Pierce, Executive Director
RT: 29:40 Taped 5/6/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Henry Szafarz

63. Mass. Special Olympics
Roger W. Brown, CEO
RT 30:00 Taped 5/13/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Chris March

64. Nat’l Multiple Sclerosis Society, Mass Chapter
Field Glover
Susan Fliegel
John Shelton
RT 30:03 Taped 5/20/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Henry Szafarz
Film clip courtesy of Larry Haber Productions

65. Asia and the Pacific, Prospects and Pitfalls, Part 1 “The Trading Dynamic: Apec and the New Economic Regionalism.”
This Warburg Conference at Simmons College, Boston MA was created and conceived by Prof. Denis McLean, Warburg Professor of International Affairs ( New Zealand Amb. to the U.S. 1991-1994 and Secretary of Defense for New Zealand, 1979-1988)
Part 1. The Trading Dynamic: Apec and the New Economic Regionalism.
Speakers:
1. Dr. Daniel S. Cheever, president, Simmons College, Boston, MA;
2. Prof. Denis McLean;
3. Dr. Ellen L. Frost, Institute of International Economics, Washington DC;
4. Christina Lund, Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative, Asia & Pacific Bureau of Reps, U.S. Trade Reresentatives’s Office;
5. Kate Clemans, Director, C&M International, Washington DC;
6; Bryan Batson, Pres., China Business Group, Inc., Boston MA;
7. Kathleen S. Molony, Director, Asia, Mass. Office of International Trade & Investment;
8. Video statement from Winston Lord,  Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs during the first term of President Clinton.
9. Peter S. Watson, Chairman, US International Trade Commission, Washington DC.
RT 30:05 Taped 6/11/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Henry Szafarz

66. Asia and the Pacific Series, Warburg Conference at Simmons College, Part 2
 ”The Political and Strategic Challenges”  April 18 and 19, 1996
Warburg Conference at Simmons College, Boston Mass., presented by Prof.  Denis McLean (New Zealand Amb. to the U.S.)
Speakers include:
1. Richard l. Armitage, U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense;
2. Hon. Stephen J. Solarz, former chair, subcommittee of Defense on Asia & Pacific Affairs, U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee;
3. Amb. William Clark Jr., Pres. Japan Society of New York, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Asia & Pacific Affairs, Washington DC
4. Prof. Bernard D. Cole, National War College, Washington DC;
5. Dr. Ross Terrill, China Specialist & Research Associate, The Fairbank Center for East Asian Research at Harvard University.
6. Prof. Ezra F. Vogel, Director, The Fairbank Center for East Asian Research at Harvard University;
Amb. John S. Wolf, U.S. Coordinator for APEC, Washington DC;
7. H.E. John McCarthy, Australian Ambassador to the U.S.
8. A video message from WhinstonLord,
Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs during the first term of President Clinton –  “Lord was a key figure in the restoration of relations between the United States and China in 1972. From 1969–73, as a member of the United States National Security Council’s planning staff, he was a special assistant to National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger, accompanying him on his secret trip to Beijing in 1971. The following year, he was part of the U.S. delegation during President Richard Nixon’s historic visit to China. Later, Lord became the State Department’s Director of Policy Planning and top policy adviser on China (1973–77), United States Ambassador to China (1985–1989), and Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs during the first term of President Clinton.” per Wikipedia.
RT 39:58 Taped 6/11/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Henry Szafarz

67. Harry Chefalo, Winchester supporter
RT 30:14 Taped 6/11/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Henry Szafarz

68. “The Good Society”
Professor John Kenneth Galbraith at his home
John Kenneth Galbraith articles  RT: 30:00 Taped 6/17/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Associate Producer/Director: Henry Szafarz

69. Massachusetts Audubon Society
Dr. Gerard Bertrand, executive director
RT: 29:41 Taped 7/9/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Director: Henry Szafarz

70. The Future of Capitalism
Prof. Lester C. Thurow, Sloane School, MIT
RT: 29:59 Taped 7/ 11/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Associate Producer/Director: Henry Szafarz

71. World Affairs Council of Boston
Mark C. Lissfelt, executive director
RT: 30:02 Taped 8/13/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Henry Szafarz

72. Big Sister Association of Greater Boston, Inc.
Celeste Castillo, NE Big Sister of Year
RT:29:56 Taped 8/23/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Henry Szafarz

73. Carol Carson, Conflict of Interest Law, 1996
Carol Carson, Public Education Director for the State Ethics Commission, talks about the Conflict of Interest Law for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In this 9/17/1996 interview, Ms Carlson explains that the commission was officially formed as an independent agency in 1978.  RT 30:02 Taped 9/17/96
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow          Director: Henry Szafarz
 

74. Changing to a City Form of Government
Thomas Iacobucci, Town of Amesbury
RT 29:18 Taped 9/24/96

75. Visiting Nurse and Community Health
Linda Caliga, Executive Director
RT 29:57 Taped 10/8/96

76.Marie Grimm, Greater Boston Real Estate Board
RT: 30:04 Taped Nov. 1996
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director Larry Haber

77. Mass. Tax Foundation
Michael Widmer, exec. Director
RT: 30:04 Taped 11/26/96

78. Continenetal Cablevision
Mike Leone
RT: 29:59 Taped 12/3/96

79. Dealing with Stress
Henry Szafarz
RT: 30:02 Taped 12/11/96

80. Arlington and Winchester H.S. Alumni Assoc.
Nancy Ortwein
Dan Crane
RT:29:59 Taped 12/11/96 

1997

81. Dept of Human Services
Patsy Kraemer
RT: 30:00 Taped 2/11/97

82. China in Transition
Bryan Batson
RT 29:59 Taped 2/26/97

83. Housing Options for Seniors
RT:29:33 Taped 3/11/97

2000

83. Elder Abuse
Peg Sullivan, Minuteman Senior Services
RT 30:00 Taped 11/28/00

84. Disabilities Commission
Tom Boudreau
RT: 30:00 Taped 11/28/00

85. Retired Men’s Club
Guy Catanzano
Tony Dello Russo
RT 30:00 Taped 12/19/00

86. Council on Aging
John Jope, exec. Director
RT: 30:16 Taped 12/19/00
2001

87. Arlington Housing Issues
Jack Jones
Laura Wiener
RT: 30:00 Taped 1/30/01

88. Tax Counseling for the Elderly
Ed Schwatz
John Rhinestein
RT: 25:35 mTaped 1/30/01

89. Cooperative Elder Services
Joanna Fuller,
Martha Campbell
Roberta Ryan
RT: 30:00 Taped 2/27/01

90. Arlington Senior Association,
Joan Pippin
Joan Caterino
Irene Purphy
RT: 30:00 2/27/01

91. Symmes Debt Exclusiion
David Walkinshaw
Bob Bowes
Philip Farrington
Kevin Greeley
RT:30:00 Taped 3/27/01

92: Harry Barber: A Wonderful Life Part I
RT: 29:59 Taped 3/27/01

93. Harry Barber: A Wonderful Life part II
RT: 31:56 Taped 3/27/01

94. SHINE
Cindy Philips, Minuteman Senior Services
RT: 28:17 Taped 4/24/01

95. Singing Grand Pops
Frank Vaughan,
Evangelista
Jim Mercandetti
Frank Ingeme
RT: 30:19 Taped 4/24/01

96. Brad Sell
Prostate Cancer Early Detection
RT: 29:07 Taped 5/22/01

97. Prostate Cancer
Stanley Klein, Prostate Cancer Walk
Dr. Jeffrey Steinberg M.M., Dan Farber
RT: 29:27 Taped 5/22/01

98. Alzheimers Part I – The Hope and the Reality (What it is and the Impact on the Family Caregiver)
Janet Lawrence M.D., Geriatric Psychiatrist & Director of the Memory Clinic at McLean Hospital in Belmont, MA
Lourie August, LICSW, Geriatric Social Worker, Arlington Council on Aging
Lois Cardelli, caretaker and Real Estate Agent, Watertown
RT: 29:21 Taped 3/12/01
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow     Director Jeff Munro

99. Alzheimers Part II – THe Hope and the Reality (The Patient and the Family)
Dr. Paul Raia,PhD. Psychologist, Director of Patient Care, Alzhheims Assoc.
Joanna Fuller, Executive Director, Cooperative  Elder Services
Lourie  August, Geriatric Social Worker, Arlington Council on Aging
RT: 30:00 Taped 3/12/01
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow     Director Jeff Munro

100. Arlington Rotary Club
Governor 7930 Paul Leavy, Arlington Rotary Members Bill Cronin
Paul Kent and Joel Long
RT: 27:00 Taped 4/10/01
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow     Director Jeff Munro

101. Arlington Rotary GSE Team
Joel Long, Governor 7930 Paul Leavy,
Rotary Team Leader Dennis Tanner; Arlington Rotary Members: Bill Cronin and Jeff Long; and Rotary Team Leader from Brazil for the Rotary International Group Study Exchange Dr. Ademar T. Watanabe. Three of the non-Rotarian Brazilian professionals accepted in the program to visit this country were: Vanessa Carvalho, Fernando Batigalia,  and Adriana Pontes. RT: 30:00 Taped 4/10/01
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow     Director Jeff Munro

102. 5th Annual Rotary Breakfast
President Mary Lou Bigelow as moderator
RT: 2:00:00 Taped 4/25/01

103. Arlington Town Counsel
John Maher
RT: 29:50 Taped 5/08/01

104. Department of Human Services
Patsy Kraemer RT: 29:44 Taped 5/08/01
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director/Lighting Design: Maureen Jackson

105. Dana Farber Blood Donor Program (Melody)
Lori Uhland, Beth Charney, Deborah Liney.
RT: 00:00 Taped 6/27/01
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Maureen Jackson

106. Arlington Public Health
Marie T. Walsh
RT: 27:25 Taped 6/12/01

107. Arlington Fire Services
Chief Richard J. Maimone
RT: 30:00 Taped 6/12/01
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Maureen Jackson

108. The Children’s Room (taped 2001)
Caring Support for Grieving Children, Teens and Families
www.childrensroom.org
Judy Oliver, Phyllis Silverman PhD., Marie
Kussmaul, Annmarie Maxwell
RT:30:00 Taped 7/17/01
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Maureen Jackson

109. 20th Century Revisited (1900-1925)
Grace “Pat” Archibald, Winona Moore,
Dr. Arthur Morrissey, Arthur Fonseca,
Theresa Galli, Frances Santosuosso
RT: 26:35 Taped 8/7/01
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Maureen Jackson

110. 20th Century Revisited (1925 -1938)
Grace “Pat” Archibald, Winona Moore,
Dr. Arthur Morrissey, Arthur Fonseca,
Theresa Galli, Frances Santosuosso
RT: 29:30 Taped 8/7/01
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Maureen Jackson

111. 20th Century Revisited (1938-1942)
Pauline McGuigan, Thomas W, Murphy,
Robert O’Neill, James “Zeke” Motherway,
Harold Brenner, Elaine Delaney
RT: 29:00 Taped 9/11/01
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Maureen Jackson

112. 20th Century Revisited (1941-1945)
Pauline McGuigan, Thomas W, Murphy,
Robert O’Neill, James “Zeke” Motherway,
Harold Brenner, Elaine Delaney
RT: 28:00 Taped 9/11/01
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Maureen Jackson

2002
113. Rotary District 7930 Spring Conference
RT: 2:00:00 Taped 4/5-7/02

114. Arlington Rotary Club April 2002
Linda Kane, president elect; Bill Cronin, president; Paul Kent, past president and chair of the Rotary/Arlington Recreation Memorial Day Race; Richard Cusolito, past president, Bulletin Editor, and historian. RT:30:00
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Maureen Jackson

115. Arlington Christmas Show RT: 2:00:00 December 2002

2003

116. District 7930 Governor Dr. Victor Saldanha
and his wife Janine Saldanha M.D. RT: 30:00 Taped 4/17/03
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Stephen C. Ranieri

117. District 7930 Governor Dr. Victor Saldanha and Linda Kane, (2002-2003) President of the Arlington Rotary Club. RT: 30:00 Taped: 4/17/03
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Stephen C. Ranieri

118. Tony Vaux, author of The Selfish Altruist.   
A Luce Seminar organized by Astier M. Amdedom, Henry R. Luce Professor of Science and Humanitarianism. Seminar held October 20, 2003 at Barnum Hall, Tufts University, Medford, Mass. RT: 57:36 Edited and Released: 11/18/03
Produced/VIdeotaped/Edited: Mary Lou Bigelow

119. George C. Stoney, Documentarian and Professor Film/TV at the Tisch School of the Arts, N.Y. University. RT: 27:45 Edited and Released: 11/20/03
Produced by Mary Lou Bigelow in collaboration with  Videographers Adam Dusenberry and Shawn Downs.

2004

120. Tufts University presents Briefing on the Middle East (Part 1) with international experts across the university. Stephen Bosworth, Dean of the Fletcher School, co-hosts with Leila Fawaz, Chair of the Fares Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies. Tufts panelists include George Saperstein, William Moomaw, Malik Mufti, Andrew Hess, Antonia Chayes, Hurst Hannum and Jeff Taliaferro. Videotaped at Tufts on January 13, 2004. RT: 56:16
Producer/Editor: Mary Lou Bigelow

121. Tufts’ Briefing on the Middle East (Part 2 Q & A) videotaped at Tufts on January 13, 2004. RT: 26:25
Producer/Videographer/Editor: Mary Lou Bigelow

122. Marian Wright Edelman, President, Children’s Defense Fund, speaks at the Global Citizens Circle event held at The Center of New Hampshire/Holiday Inn on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Felix Torres, Executive Director, Manchester (N.H.) Neighborhood Housing Services moderated. Subject: Homelessness Videotaped January 19, 2004 VT: RT: 08:59
Producer/Videographer/Editor:  Mary Lou Bigelow

123. Democracy in the Middle East, Pluralism in Europe: The Turkish Perspective– a public address by Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan, former mayor of Istanbul, at the J F Kennedy Jr. Forum at Harvard University. The introduction is by Graham Allison, Douglas Dillon Professor of Government, director of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and Faculty Chair of the Caspian Studies Program. VT:Jan. 30, 2004 RT: 58:00
Producer/Videographer/Editor:  Mary Lou Bigelow

124. Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Part 2 Q&A)VT January 30, 2004 RT: 28:00
Producer/Videographer/Editor:  Mary Lou Bigelow

125. Arlington Rotary 2004
President Frederic C. Harris Esq. and Bill Cronin
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Director: Stephen C. Ranieri 

126. District 7930 Rotary & International 2004
Governor Rotary District 7930 Paul Nader Sr., Past Governor Victor Saldanha and Arlington President Frederic C. Harris Esq. and his father Richard Harris.
Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow    Producer/Editor Dennis Heslet  
Director: Stephen C. Ranieri  

2005

127. The Team Approach to Real Estate for Seniors 5/10/2005
Panelists: Joe Demarkey, Charlie Margliato, Lourie August, Rick Fentin,  Noreen Murphy Esq. , Frederic C. Harris Esq.
RT: 59:46  Taped: 5/10/2005
Executive Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow   Producer/Director: Stephen C. Ranieri
Editor: Dennis Heslet

 
2006

128. Real Estate 101, Taped: March 2006

 129. This is Arlington Rotary, Taped:  May 2006

2007

130. Housing Solutions for Seniors, January 22, 2007

Panel 1    Staying at Home and Thinking Ahead

Noreen Murphy, Esq., Elder Law Attorney

Joan Butler, Minuteman Services

Lourie August, Arlington Council on Aging

Mary Lou Bigelow, Host/BOWES GMAC Real Estate

Helen Kass, Creative Alliances

Carol Oniskey, Hands of Change/Gentle Giant Moving Co,

Panel 2    Alternative Choices

John Alessandroni, Park Ave. Nursing Home & Rehab Ctr.

Sue Culhane, Arlington Housing Authority

Evelyn Callahan, The Gables at Winchester

Mary Lou Bigelow, Host/Seniors Real Estate Specialist

Hugo Wiberg III, Sunrise Assisted Living of Arlington

Janice Hilson, Arlington Rest Home

Executive Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow

Director: Steve Ranieri

Editor: Dennis Heslet

Audio: Adam LoNigro

Cameras: Kathy Colwell, Wu So Fai, Richard Cusolito

Studio Engineer: Jim Akimchuk

Studio Manager: Jeff Munro

ACMI Executive Director: Norm McLeod

130. Housing Solutions for Seniors, January 22, 2007

 
 

131. Rotary International  Path to World Understanding, 3/22/2007

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