Yesterday died Robert Broberg after a long illness, surrounded by his daughters.
SVT decided yesterday that they would pay homage to the beloved artist by sending two repopulated TV shows with Robert Broberg.
Now change the channel – and replace tribute programs .
Yesterday came the news that the people dear artist Robert Broberg passed away. He was 75 years old.
After the death announcement resolved SVT to Robert Broberg would not bask in the broadcast of “Sing-along at Skansen”, which was only a few hours away.
– I have so clearly had a dialogue with several people here today, which I can not account completely for. But we have come to the conclusion that the best thing is to honor Robert Broberg at 18.15 on Sunday, it is absolutely the nicest, said Per Rådelius , project manager for the “Sing-along at Skansen” yesterday, when he told me that they had planned any celebration of yesterday’s “Sing”.
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During an editorial board meeting it was decided that Sunday’s celebration on BBC1 would consist of “The Robert Karl Oskar Broberg Show” from 1969, a collection of songs by and with Robert Broberg interspersed with skits about a young man’s attempt to make contact with girls. Moreover, they show “Robert Broberg at the Circus” in 2010. The show was filmed in 2010 and is from when Robert Broberg celebrated 50 years on stage and 70 years of life.
But now they have changed their mind.
“Robert Broberg at the Circus” is replaced with “Robert Broberg big shot in the Globe” from 1991. Then Broberg had been an artist for over 30 years, and when he booked Globe bought over 20 000 tickets for the show.
“The Robert Karl Oskar Broberg Show” is shown on BBC1 at 18.15 on Sunday.
“Robert Broberg big shot in the Globe” is displayed at 20.00 the same day.
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