Springsteen Sings Harry Chapin's Remember When the Music
Bruce Springsteen was among the performers in a 1987 Carnegie Hall concert tribute to the singer-songwriter Harry Chapin. In this clip from the PBS program of that concert, A Tribute to Harry Chapin, Springsteen sings "Remember When the Music" and talks about how Chapin inspired him. "I think that Harry instinctively knew that it was going to take a lot more than just love to survive. That it was going to take a strong sense of purpose, a duty and a good clear eye on the dirty ways of the world." I produced and directed the 1991 program.
Carole King with Slash: Locomotion
Carole King rocks her Locomotion with guest Slash in this performance from Carole King: A New Colour in the Tapestry. I produced the program for PBS and CPTV from a concert we recorded in 1994 at the Bushnell in Hartford, CT. You'll see a bunch of end credits listing the great contributions from all who worked on the program.
Finding your Own True Love - Perfect Prince
In this PBS special program Dr. Diana Kirschner discusses how women can achieve greater happiness and bring true love into their lives. Here Dr. Diana describes the myth of the perfect prince on a white horse bringing true love happily ever after. "It's a fairy tale written by men," she says. "There are no perfect princes or princesses."
Transform Frustration With Patience: Dr. Orloff PBS show seg
Excerpt from Dr. Orloff's national PBS special "Emotional Freedom Now!" based on her New York Times Bestseller "Emotional Freedom" Purchase DVD of the show with bonus material at http://www.amazon.com/Judith-Orloff-M-D-Emotional-Freedom/dp/B002QZ2CWG/ref=pd_bxgy_d_img_a