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Ordering A Video
Viewer Services News
Please visit the Television link on this site for daily program listings.
In many cases, you will find direct links to a program's website.
For programs not linked, please call the Viewer Services Department
for more information. Other websites you may enjoy appear below.
Britcoms - www.phill.co.uk where you'll
find information for every Britcom ever produced!
BBC - www.bbc.co.uk
Children's Programs - www.pbs.org/kids
Some cooking shows - www.alacartetv.com
Lawrence Welk Show - www.lawrence.welk.com
Ordering a Video
In most cases, a program's website will give you information about
how to order a program video or other companion merchandise. Please
visit the Television link on this site to view daily program listings
with website links. For programs not linked, please call the Viewer
Services Department or check the following list for more information.
Some, but not all, PBS programs are available on video at www.shop.pbs.org,
or by calling PBS Video at 1-800-645-4727
Some American Experience specials, Antiques Roadshow, Masterpiece
Theatre, Mystery!, and Nova programs are available
from WGBH at 1-800-255-9424.
Videos and transcripts of The Charlie Rose Show are available from
Journal Graphics at 1-800-255-6397 or (303) 831-9000.
Selected episodes of The Lawrence Welk Show are available from the
Welk Music Group at (310) 829-9355 or at www.lawrence.welk.com.
Other video sources include:
- Great source for opera videos and other merchandise
- Large selection with search features
- Good source for books, videos and music for our Canadian friends.
A nice, searchable website.
- An on-line store with search features
Video Collectables - wide range of titles including
many British programs 1-800-268-3891 (US) 1-800-387-5758
Video Finders - wide range of titles from various sources, including
many old PBS favorites 1-800-343-4727
Viewer Services News
Many viewers have asked about Michael Williams, one of the stars of A
FINE ROMANCE. We're very sorry to report
that actor Michael Williams, husband of Dame Judi Dench, recently
died after a long battle with lung cancer.
Michael Williams and Judi Dench lived up to their Fine Romance image. She
called him "my spoony old thing" and he sent her a single red rose
every Friday. They met at the Royal Shakespeare Company, where Williams
was leading man. They were married in 1971 and were considered one
of the most successful couples in British show business. Their daughter,
Tar Cressida, (better known as "Finty") is also a respected actor.
Michael Williams co-starred with Dame Judi in the 1980s comedy series A
Fine Romance, and was also featured in the drama September Song.
They also both appeared in the Franco Zeffirelli film, Tea With
Mussolini. Williams supported his wife's rise to worldwide fame
in recent years. In 2000 she won an Oscar for Shakespeare In Love
and a Tony for her performance in Amy's View. But he was highly
regarded as an actor in his own right.
Adrian Noble, artistic director of Royal Shakespeare Company, described
Williams as "one of the most gifted and versatile actors of his
generation". He said: "He will be remembered fondly for his huge
body of work ranging from classical work to his marvelous comic
roles on stage, television and film."