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Saturday, April 20th, 2019
39 Years Ago Today

Here's the opening few minutes from an episode of Newstalk on WFLD Channel 32 featuring Naurice Roberts as host. The topic was healthcare in the inner city. Guests were Julius Alexander, administrator at Provident Hospital, the first Black-owned and operated hospital in America, today known as The Provident Foundation and Sherle Anasteen (?).

You need to have a even paced program to do an interview show with three people and only one camera.

This aired on April 20, 1981.



WFLD Channel 32 - Newstalk with Naurice Roberts - "Healthcare In The Inner City" (Opening, 1981)

Here's the opening few minutes from an episode of Newstalk on WFLD Channel 32 featuring Naurice Roberts as host. The topic was healthcare in the inner city. Guests were Julius Alexander, administrator at Provident Hospital (the first Black-owned and operated hospital in America) and Sherle Anasteen (?)

This aired on local Chicago TV on Monday, April 20th 1981 at 11:30pm.

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Richard Pryor?????? O_o
Comment posted by Pete on Thursday, February 18th 2010 at 3:08am.

The Provident Foundation would probably enjoy your clip and maybe can give more info about the people in it. http://www.providentfoundation.org/index.html
Comment posted by smctopia on Friday, February 19th 2010 at 10:58am.

You need to have a even paced program to do an interview show with three people and only one camera.
Comment posted by Szake on Sunday, April 17th 2011 at 11:34am.

You can see how much regard the public service show was given by this production. One whole camera ! At least they didn't have to share a mic.
Comment posted by TeleFrank on Tuesday, April 19th 2011 at 9:29am.

Naurice still seems to be around, at least I would assume this is her Linked In profile:

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/naurice-roberts-m-a/6/747/862

Comment posted by afdave on Friday, April 20th 2012 at 7:44am.

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