Putting It Together: A Celebration of Stephen Sondheim's SixtiethBirthday
This program, narrated by , was broadcast in 1990 on National Public Radio. It contained interviews with and others, and included selections from the original cast recordings and rare archival material. Available for listening at the Library of Congress [Call Number: RYB 7482-RYB]
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FCC regulations addressed questions of obscenity and to some extent, political balance, but they paid little attention to other aspects of television content. How should the FCC approach depictions of violence, criminality, drug and alcohol use, and other forms of immorality? Congress held its first hearing on the subject in 1952, they chose not to take any action to interfere with the industry, in part because that year the National Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters adopted their own code to regulate broadcast content. The NARTB followed the model of Hollywood, which had always, when presented with calls for censorship, acted to censor itself with production codes and decency standards. No specific law said that married couples could not share a bed on TV: rather, the television industry voluntarily imposed that limit on itself.
Australian Film, Television and Radio School Act 1973
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The South Bank Show: "Sweeney Todd: Scenes from the Making of a Musical"
On its July 26, 1980 episode, this British television series looked behind the scenes of the London production of . Numbers from the actual production are shown, along with rehearsal footage of stars Dennis Quilley and Sheila Hancock, and director Harold Prince. Sondheim and Christopher Bond (author of the source play) are also interviewed. (85 minutes)
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Inside the Actors Studio with Stephen Sondheim
Televised on June 7, 1995 on the Bravo Network, is interviewed by James Lipton. It included songs performed by , and Jim Walton, with at the piano. Produced and Directed by Lou Del Prete. Written by James Lipton. (60 minutes)
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A&E Stage: "A Tribute to Stephen Sondheim"
Taped during the presentation to Sondheim of the Algur H. Meadows Award at Southern Methodist University in Dallas TX on November 12, 1994. It was televised on the A&E Network on January 12, 1995
Produced by Southern Methodist University and the Meadows School of theArts in association with the A&E Network
Executive Producer - Bob Banner, Producer - Greg Brown, Director - Lynn Gartley, Directed for the stage by John Neville Andrews, Choreographer - Patricia Harrington Delaney, Musical Director - Constantina Tsolainou, Lighting - David Martin Jacques, Conductor - David Milnes
With tributes by Jason Alexander (who sings Old Friends) and , and interviews with and
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The reason is to VOTE NO on ALL 6 Resolutions on the ballot.” The flyer itself doesn’t mention the Safe Act, however its message is quite clear,“Stick it to the politicians: six resolutions on the ballot this year, they ask you to vote they ask you to approve. Vote NO!”Tioga County resident, engineer, and citizen activist Denver Jones is one of the coordinators behind the push to vote no on the 6 ballot questions.He joined Susan Arbetter today on The Capitol Pressroom radio show.