M*A*S*H Wins Television Critics Association Award

The 26th Annual TCA Awards, put on by the Television Critics Association, were held on this past Saturday (July 31st). The nominations were released in June and I completely missed the fact that M*A*S*H had been nominated for the Heritage Award, given “to one long-standing program that has culturally or socially impacted society.” The other … Continue Reading →

M*A*S*H Cast Still Gets Together for Dinner

This article about William Christopher at Omoha.com is a few days old (it was published on October 10th) so it’s too late to catch him in “Church Basement Ladies” at the Arts Center at Iowa Western Community College. But check this schedule to see where the musical will be next. For the most part I … Continue Reading →

2009 TV Land Awards Tonight

The Seventh Annual TV Land Awards, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, will be broadcast tonight on cable channel TV Land from 8:00PM to 10:30PM ET (check your local listings). The awards show was taped on Sunday, April 19th. Cast and crew from M*A*S*H were on hand to accept the Impact Award which, according to a … Continue Reading →

Restoration Site Unveiling Draws 300

The Los Angeles Times has a wonderful article (you might need to register) about yesterday’s restoration site unveiling. According to the article, some 300 people showed up at the M*A*S*H site in Malibu Creek State Park. Actors Mike Farrell, Loretta Swit, William Christopher and Jeff Maxwell as well as producers Gene Reynolds and Burt Metcalfe, … Continue Reading →

M*A*S*H Cast at Restoration Site Unveiling

According to Brian Rooney, M*A*S*H Restoration Project Manager for California State Parks, M*A*S*H cast members Mike Farrell, Loretta Swit and William Christopher, along with Charles Dubin (who directed more episodes of the series than any other person) will be at the February 23rd, 2008 unveiling of the restored M*A*S*H site at the Malibu Creek State … Continue Reading →

New M*A*S*H Podcast Features Cast Interviews

The website Just My Show, which calls itself “The Retro Pop Culture Podcast,” has a brand new show celebrating the 35th anniversary of M*A*S*H. Podcasts are Internet radio shows that can be downloaded to mobile devices like iPods, or just listened to on the computer. You don’t need an iPod to listen to Just My … Continue Reading →