The Sunday Show
1982 | National Public Radio
The Sunday Show on NPR has been called “America’s Showcase for the Arts.” And well it may be, for a sampling of almost any of Sunday’s presentations range from intelligent and timely commentary, to interviews with internationally known artists and performers, to choral groups recorded from Washington’s National Cathedral. There is virtually nothing that John Bos, the executive producer, and his excellent team of producer Fred Bourque, directors Rose Tobin and Laura Walker, will not tackle. Their interests are wide-ranging and the quality they bring to the show is enormous. There really isn’t anything else like it. And Americans everywhere who tune in are the better for it. A Peabody Award to The Sunday Show.
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