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Old Friends...New Friends

Old Friends...New Friends was an award-winning 1978 program produced for PBS. This primetime, documentary-style program for adults featured host Fred Rogers interviewing various individuals "about their search for meaning in life."[1] Filmed and recorded on location, the main focus of Old Friends...New Friends was the difference individuals can make in the lives of others. A total of twenty episodes were produced.


Episodes

  • 101 - Hoagy Carmichael - Songmaker
  • 102 - Father William Wasson - Padre
  • 103 - Helen Hayes - First Lady of American Theater, Millie Jewett - Madaket Millie
  • 104 - Milton Berle - Uncle Mitie and the Whiz
  • 105 - Memories
  • 106 - Leslie Frost Ballantine - A Poet's Daughter, John Jackson - Blues Singer
  • 107 - Commencements
  • 201 - Lee Strasberg - Actor's Actor
  • 202 - Willie Stargell - Baseball Superstar
  • 203 - Nancy Acosta - Barrio Teacher
  • 204 - John Carradine and Sons - A Hollywood Family
  • 205 - Dr. Jerry Jampolsky - The Healing Power of Love
  • 206 - Edgar Tolson - Appalachian Woodcarver
  • 207 - Ruth Ellen Patton - The General's Daughter, Helen Ross - Pioneer Phychoanalyst
  • 208 - Senator John Heinz - Politics and the Family
  • 209 - Orville Harrison - Prison Counselor, Chris Chirdon - First Grader
  • 210 - Michelle Knight and Kim Lemon - Two Young Gymnasts
  • 211 - Lorin Hollander - Inner Rhythms
  • 212 - Tom Snyder, Hugh Downs, Susan Stamberg - The Interviewers
  • 213 - Tom Kottle Ph.D. - Psychologist and Risk Taker

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References

  1. Fred Rogers Beyond the Neighborhood. http://exhibit.fredrogerscenter.org. Retrieved 2012.12.19.

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