In AT HOME ON CAPE COD, reporter Alice Furlaud remembers her childhood and adolescence in summers on the Lower Cape. Furlaud has come back, after 26 years in Paris, to live year-round in the 1829 Truro house which her parents bought in l933. She revisits sites full of memories, and talks to friends who remember her early days on the Cape.
At Home on Cape Cod was produced by Alice Furlaud, with production assistance from Katie Gott, field engineer Brian Morris, and studio engineer Jared Weissbrot. This program airs as part of My World, a collaboration with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's program "Out Front" and editor Neil Sandell. The series aired with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Welcome to Truro
The town's offical Web site.
Annual Local Oyster Festival
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