Weeknight Alive!, March 17-18, 1986
Two episodes of Weeknight Alive!, March 17-18, 1986. March 17, 1986: Television critic Elane Stein reviews CBS' "If Tomorrow Comes," Morgan Llywelyn talks about her career as a novelist, Gene-Michael Addis gives Spring planting tips, Chef Barry Baumel demonstrates a recipe from the Harvey House restaurant, and Hap Erstein reviews two new performances of plays by Caryl Churchill and Harold Pinter. The show closes with a musical performance by Celtic Thunder. March 18, 1986: Paul Wolman discusses his magic shop, Janice Hawkins of Hutzlers presents an "investment dressing" fashion show, Frank Getlein goes to the National Gallery to view Renoir's The Boating party, Robert Litzenberg talks about making furniture, pianist Leon Fleisher discusses the Young Audiences musical series, and Chris Norman and Deborah Fleisher perform on the flute and harp.
Maryland Public Television
North America; United States of America
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00:58:50 hh:mm:ss; U-Matic
Maryland Public Television records
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Fedora 2 PID: umd:729584; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/42668; Filename: bcast-071759
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