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Program Folio JUNE 7 -JULY 4, 1965 Vol 6, No. 12 

WBAl's program listings, in the form of this Folio, are published each two weeks as a service to 
subscribers who support our non-profit, non-commercial station at the yearly rate of $15.00 (student 
subscriptions, $7.00 for 9 months). All donations are tax-deductible. 

On the air: Mon — Thurs, 7:00 a.m. — 1:00 a.m.; Fri: 7:00 a.m. — 3:30 a.m.; Sat: 8:00 a.m. — 
3/30 a.m.; Sun: 8:00 a.m.— midnight. Transmitter located at 10 East 40 Street, 10.3 KW e.r.p. 
650' above av. terr. 

WBAl is owned by Pacifica Foundation, a non-profit institution. Other Pacifica stations are KPFA, 
Berkeley 4, California, and KPFK, Los Angeles 38, California. Subscriptions are transferable. 

The duration of programs scheduled is approximate. Dates after each listing indicate past or future 
duplicate broadcast. In the case of concerts, 'm' indicates playing time; '*' indicates new recordings. 

Station Manager, Chris Albertson; Program Director, Chris Koch; Folio Editor, Marcia Tompkins. 



MONDAY, June 7 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT WBAl morning program: facts 
of New York happenings and events, including 
weather and the like, interspersed with music 
and the voice of A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN (1732-1809) Felix Men- 
delssohn called the Mass "scandalously gay." 
June 12 

GREAT ORGAN MASS OF 1766, in E|> (Elisabeth 
Roon, soprano; Hilde Rosse-Maidan, alto; Wol- 
demar Kmentt, tenor; Walter Berry, bass; Bruno 
Seidlhofer, organ; Akademie Kammerchor and 
Vienna Sym. Orch. directed by Ferdinand 
Grossman) (Lyrichord LL84) 45m 
CONCERTO No. 3 IN C, FOR ORGAN AND 
STRINGS written c. 1760 (E. Power Biggs, organ; 
The Columbia Symphony Orchestra directed by 
Zoltan Rozsnyai) (Col. ML 6082) 13m 

9:20 MISCELLANY 

9:45 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS by William Man- 
del, translator from the Soviet Press. June 4 

10:00 COMMENTARY by Thomas Francis Ritt, who is 
on the staff of the Catholic Worker. June 4 

10:15 WORLD IN NEW YORK Josephine Lyons pre- 
sents the first in a series of programs devoted 
to talks with prominent women. Miss Lyons' guest 
for this program is Maria Tallchief, who dis- 
cusses the New York Ballet at Lincoln Center. 

10:45 RENAISSANCE CHANSONS AND MADRIGALS 

French, Flemish, and Italian songs. First of two 

programs. June 17 

GUILLAUME COSTELY (15-1606) Allons, Gay Ber- 

geres; Mignonne, Allons Voir Si La Rose 
PASSEREAU (Flourished 1533-1547) II est Bel et 

Bon 

CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI (1567-1643) Lagrime 
D'Amante Al Sepolcro Dell'Amata (The Deller 
Consort) (BG-639) 24m 

11:15 THE PLAYBOY 'LOOK' Robert L. Green, Fashion 
Director of Playboy magazine, discusses the ap- 
peal of their philosophy with Dave Ossman 
(KPFK). June 6 

12:00 THE HOUSE OF ASHES One The first of ten 
readings, to be presented week-days at this time, 
from the biography by Oscar Pinkus — who 



describes how one family of Jews managed to 
survive five years of German occupation in 
Poland. The reader is Norman Belkin (KPFK). 

12:30 MUSIC OF VAUGHAN WILLIAMS (1872-1958) 

June 14 

Serenade to Music (Chorus and London Symph 

Orch/Sargent) (Angel 35564) 13m 
Job A Masgue for Dancing' (London Philhar- 

monic/Boult) (Everest/LPBR 6019) 44m 

1:30 THE SCIENCE CRITIC Gardening Without Poi- 
sons discussed by Marshall Deutsch (Archives). 

2:00 THE EPIC: Virgil's The Aeneid The third of five 
lectures on the epic in Western literature, given 
by Ralph Bates. June 6 

3:00 SPOLETO FESTIVAL Ten A concert of vocal 
works from the 1964 Spoleto Festival. Works by 
Mozart, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Schubert, 
Brahms and Monteverdi will be heard. June 6 

4:00 ARMCHAIR ASTRONOMY Navigation discussed 
by Thomas D. Nicholson and Fred C. Hess; pro- 
duced by David Teske. June 5 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC by Conservative Com- 
posers This program points to a conservative di- 
rection in 20th Century music. June 28 
ROGER SESSIONS Symphony No. 2, dedicated to 
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Philharmonic Sym- 
phony Orch., directed by Dimitri Mitropoulos) 
(Col. ML 4784) 27m 
HOWARD HANSON Concerto for Organ, Strings 
and Harp (Richard Ellsasser, organ; The Phil- 
harmonic Orch. of Hamburg directed by Arthur 
Winograd) (MGM E3361) 13m 
WILLIAM BERGSMA Third Quartet (1953) (The 

Julliard String Quartet) (Col. ML 5476)21m 
ARTHUR BERGER Quartet in C For Woodwinds 
(1941) (The Fairfield Wind Ensemble) (Col. ML 
4846) 10m 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant and Paul Schaffer 

7:00 NEW BOOKS Dale Minor reviews recent books, 
talks with authors, and otherwise explores new 
publications. June 8 

7:30 CONVERSATIONS FROM THE INSTITUTE for 
Policy Studies: University Reform — One Chris- 
topher Jencks, resident Fellow and former editor 
of The New Republic, is the first speaker in rhe 
first of a two-part program on this subject. Par- 



ticipating in the discussion following are Stanley 
Newman, associate Fellow; Arthur Waskow, resi- 
dent Fellow; and Marcus G. Raskin, Co-Director 
of the Institute. The programs in this series are 
produced for Pacifica by WAMU-FM in Wash- 
ington. June 10 

8:00 THE JUDY COLLINS SHOW Folk singer Judy 
Collins continues her series of informal talks and 
mutual singings with her contemporaries in the 
folk music field. June 1 1 

9:00 THE AGE OF INVOLVEMENT Each program in 
this new bi-weekly series will explore the con- 
cept of responsibility and commitment in a spe- 
cific phase of our society today. On the open- 
ing program, host Dennis Wholey and a panel 
of experts will discuss man's new awareness of 
his responsibilities and investigate his motiva- 
tions to get involved.' June 10 

10:00 MISCELLANY 

10:15 STRIDE PIANO with Mike Lipskin. Another in 
this series of programs illustrating the force which 
influenced most of the jazz 'greats.' June 8 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 A PERSONAL CHOICE: Alec Guinness — Two 

The British actor concludes his readings of poetry 
by e e cummings, Edith Sitwell, Auden and others 
(RCA VDM-102). June 10 

11 =35 CARL RUGGLES (1876-) June 15 

ORGANUM, composed in 1945 (Japan Philhar- 
monic Symphony Orchestra, Akeo Watanabe, 
conductor) (CRI-127) 6m 
EVOCATIONS, Four Chants for Piano, dedicated 
to Harriette Miller, John Kirkpatrick, Charles 
Ives, and Charlotte Ruggles. Written in 1943 — 
revised 1954 (John Kirkpatrick, piano) (Col. 
ML 4986) 18m 

12:05 DAVE LAMBERT'S PROGRAM Continuing this 
series of jazz programs, produced by WBAI's 
latest addition in the field of jazz expertise, 
Dave Lambert, formerly with Lambert, Hendricks 
and Ross. 

1:05 SIGN-OFF 

TUESDAY, June 8 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 TWO TRIPLE CONCERTOS June 18 

J. S. BACH Triple Concerto in a for Flute, Violin, 
Harpsichord and Strings (Josip Klima, violin; 
Werner Tripp, flute; Anton Heiller, harpsi- 
chord/I Solisti di Zagreb/Janigro) (Bach 
Guild 562) 22m 
BEETHOVEN Triple Concerto in C for Piano, Vio- 
lin, Cello and Orchestra, Op. 56 (Rudolf Serkin, 
piano; Jaime Laredo, violin; Leslie Parnas, 
cello/Marlboro Festival Orch/Schneider) (Col. 
ML 5964) 37m 

9:30 NEW BOOKS Dale Minor explores new publi- 
cations. June 7 

10:00 MISCELLANY 

10:15 STRIDE PIANO Mike Lipskin illustrates this jazz 
force. June 7 

10:45 TOKENS OF TRUTH Howard Meyer, editor of 
Higginson's Army Life in a Black Regiment, dis- 
cusses the textbook treatment of Negro history 
in this review-essay. June 6 

11:30 MORE CHANSONS AND MADRIGALS The sec- 
ond of two programs devoted to 16th and early 
17th Century songs from France, the Netherlands, 
and Italy. June 18 



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12:00 THE HOUSE OF ASHES Two Second reading 
from the book by Oscar Pinkus about one Jew- 
ish family's survival during the five year occu- 
pation of Poland by the Nazis. Read by Norman 
Belkin (KPFK) . 

12:30 CHAMBER MUSIC OF PROKOFIEV June 15 

Overture on Hebrew Themes (For Clarinet, String 
Quartet and Piano) (Library of Recorded Mas- 
terpieces 510) 14m 
String Quartet No. 1, Op. 50 (Endres Quartet) 

(Vox PL 11.100) 24m 
Sonata No. 1 in f for Violin and Piano, Op. 80 
(Oistrakh/Oborin) (Vanguard VRS 6019) 29m 

1:30 THE HIP '400' Frank Brady continues his search 
into 'hipness,' talking here with John Presmont, 
founder of the cult, Kerista. June 5 

2:00 DUO FOR VIOLIN AND CELLO Zoltan Kodalys 

Opus 7 is performed by violinist Arnold Eidus 
and cellist Janos Starker (Period SPL 510) . June 15 

2:30 THE COLLEGE STUDENT Civil Rights and Equal- 
ity in the North Lawrence Handel moderates a 
panel composed of five student members of the 
Southern Christian Leadership Conference. June 6 

3:30 NEGRO MUSIC Charles Hobson plays blues, 
gospel music, calypso, and field recordings. 
June 4 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 SYMPHONIES BASED ON OPERAS Two con- 
temporary works in which the composers have 
turned to an already completed opera as source 
material for a symphony. June 25 
SERGE PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 3, Op. 44 

(based on 'The Flaming Angel') (USSR State 

Symph/Rozhdestvensky) (Artia ALP 191) 35m 
PAUL HINDEMITH Symphony 'Die Harmonie der 

Welt' (Berlin Philharmonic Orch/Hindemith) 

(Decca DL 9765) 36m 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant 

7:00 REVIEW OF THE PRESS by Nat Hentoff, who 
writes for the New Yorker, the Village Voice, 
Commonweal, and other publications. June 9 

7:15 SPECIAL REPORT prepared by our news editor, 
Joanne Grant. June 9 

7:30 COMMENTARY by Ayn Rand, novelist-philoso- 
pher, author of Atlas Shrugged, and founder of 
the philosophy of Objectivism. June 9 

3:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller presents music from the year 1952. 
June 10 

STOCKHAUSSEN Spiel Fur Orchester 
KLELE Roman Elegies 
BARAQUE Piano Sonata 

9:00 MISCELLANY 

9:15 WHATEVER HAPPENED TO . . . JOSEF VON 

STERNBERG? He directed the first gangster film 
ever made and discovered Marlene Dietrich. His 
movie credits include Blonde Venus, Shanghai 
Gesture, Orient Express, and Crime and Punish- 
ment. He talks here with Richard Lamparski about 
Charlie Chaplin, Howard Hughes, and the Diet- 
rich 'myth.' The program will include part of the 
sound-track from the original Blue Angel. 
June 9 

9:45 TWO CONCERTI FOR BRASS of Franz Joseph 
Haydn June 16 

CONCERTO FOR HORN AND STRINGS No. 2 in 
D This is one of the 'doubtful' works of Haydn 
because no original manuscript exists. (Rolf 



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Lind, horn,- NDR Sym. Orch. directed by Chris- 
toph Stepp) (ARC 3151 14m 
CONCERTO FOR TRUMPET AND ORCHESTRA IN 
E\) (Adolph Scherbaum, trumpet, Strings from 
NDR Sym. Orch.) (ARC 3151) 14m 

9:45 MATHEMATICS AND LIFE The first of a new 
series of programs based upon a book by Dr. 
Mariam Yevick, Professor of Mathematics at Rut- 
gers University and Director of the Mathematics 
Retraining Program for Women College Gradu- 
atess. Here, Dr. Yevick's guests are Dr. Jerome 
Percus, Professor of Applied Mathematics at 
N.Y.U., and Mrs. Jacqueline Rowland, mathe- 
matics student at Columbia University. The reader 
of Dr. Yevick's text is Chris Koch. June 9 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 
11:05 PIERRE BERNAC holds a Master Class on French 
Art Songs at the Mannes College of Music, given 
in April, 1965. This is a demonstration class of 
Monsieur Bernac, the noted tenor. Especially 
recorded by Jerry Bruck of Posthorn Recordings. 
CLAUDE DEBUSSY Noel des enfants qui n'on 

plus de maisons, sung by volunteer student, 

Jill Kristin Ericson 
FRANCIS POULENC Fleur, Bleuet, Sanglot, and 

Hotel, sung by volunteer students, Veronica 

Tyler and Marilyn Zschau 
GABRIEL FAURE Au cimetiere, and Arpege, sung 

by volunteer student, Willow Sharp 

Elizabeth Wright, pianist 

1:05 SIGN-OFF 

WEDNESDAY, June 9 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman 

8:30 DEL PUEYO PLAYS GRANADOS Pianist Eduardo 
del Pueyo plays the complete Spanish Dances of 
Enrique Granados. These pieces were written 
over a period of years. (Epic LC 3423) June 18 

9:30 REVIEW OF THE PRESS by writer Nat Hentoff. 
June 8 

9:45 SPECIAL REPORT prepared by Miss Grant. 
June 8 

10:00 COMMENTARY by Ayn Rand, novelist-philoso- 
pher. June 8 

10:30 THE LIZ SENEFF SHOW Another in this series 
of folk music programs — sung by Miss Seneff. 
June 4 

11:00 WHATEVER HAPPENED TO . . . JOSEF VON 
STERNBERG? The great director who discovered 
Marlene Dietrich talks here with Mr. Lamparski. 
June 8 

11:30 BAROQUE CONCERT Three passacaglias for 
keyboard from the Baroaue era. June 13 
J. K. F. FISCHER Passacaglia in d (Wanda Lan- 

dowska, harpsichord) (Victor LM 2194) 9m 
J. S BACH Passacaglia and Fugue in c (E Power 

Biggs, organ) (Col ML 5661) 14m 
BUXTEHUDE Passacaglia in d (Hans-Heintze, or- 
gan) (ARC 3115) 6m 

12:00 THE HOUSE OF ASHES Three Norman Belkin 
continues reading from the book by Oscar 
Pinkus. 

12:30 ALEXANDER'S FEAST An oratorio written in 
honor of St Cecilia by Dryden and Handel. 
June 6 

2:15 WITCHCRAFT AND THE MODERN WITCH There 
are, in Britain, a significant number of practic- 



some highlights in 

THIS FOLIO 



THE AGE OF INVOLVEMENT 

New bi-weekly series, begins 9:00 p.m., 

June 7 

CONVERSATIONS FROM THE INSTIUTE 

Mondays at 7:30 p.m. 

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO . . . 
Josef von Sternberg? 

June 8, 9:15 p.m. 

MASTER CLASS: 
Pierre Bernac on French Art Songs 

June 8, 11 :05 p.m. 

THE CHEKHOV LECTURES 

Thursdays at 7:45 p.m. 

MAX NEUHAUS: Percussion Works 

June 10, 9:00 p.m. 

POLITICS AND THE CAMPUS 

June 10, 10:00 p.m. 

NEGRO WRITER'S VISION OF AMERICA 

From the New School Conference, 

April 23-25; begins June 12, 9:00 p.m. 

(Consult folio for other broadcast times.) 

CHINA ENTERS THE NUCLEAR AGE 

Begins June 13, 12:00 noon 

Mrs. Koussevitzky: INTERNATIONAL AWARD 

June 15, 5:30 p.m. 

MATHEMATICS AND LIFE: New Series 

Tuesdays at 10:15 p.m. 

PAUL ROBESON SPEAKS 

June 18, 9:45 p.m. 

CIVIL RIGHTS: New Frontiers of the Law 

June 20, 7:00 p.m. 

EDGARD VARESE: A Range of Thirty Years 

June 21, 5:30 p.m. 

ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS and Other Failures 

June 22, 11 :00 p.m. 

THE TINKERS OF IRELAND 

June 24, 10:00 p.m. 

Arthur Koestler: THE CREATIVE PROCESS 

June 27 & July 4: 7:30 p.m. 

SWIFT MUSIC AND BEAUTY MUSIC 

June 29, 5:30 p.m. 

FROM THE NEW SCHOOL: Woody Klein 

New Series: begins June 30, 8:00 p.m. 

TEACHING THE UNDERPRIVILEGED 

July 2, 8:15 p.m. 

THEATRE INTERVIEWS: John Arden 

July 3, 9:00 p.m. 

MUSIC OF LUIGI DALLAPICCOLA 

July 4, 8:45 p.m. 



ing witches. Here, Theodore Roszok talks with 
anthropologist Joan Wescott and an anonymous 
witch. June 3 
3:15 TWO CONCERTI GROSSI Two contemporary 
works. June 15 

OLAV KIELLAND Concerto Grosso Norvegese, 
Op. 18 (Oslo Philharmonic Orch/Kielland) 
ICRI 160) 21m 
ERNEST BLOCH Concerto Grosso No. 1 (1925) 
(Eastman-Rochester Symph/Hanson) (Mercury 
MG 50223) 24m 
4:00 MATHEMATICS AND LIFE The first of a new 
series of programs based upon a book of that 
title by Dr. Miriam Yevick, Professor of Mathe- 
matics at Rutgers University and the Director of 
the Mathematics Retraining Program for Women 
College Graduates. June 8 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 CHAMBER CONCERT July 2 

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Quintet in E flat, 
Op. 16, for Piano, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and 
Bassoon (Friedrich Gulda, piano and the 
Vienna Philharmonic) (DGG LPM 18 638) 26m 

JEAN FRANCAIX Quintet for Winds (The New 
York Woodwind Quintet) (Everest SDBR 3080) 

ELLIOTT CARTER Eight Etudes and a Fantasy for 
Woodwind Quartet (the New York Woodwind 
Quintet) (CRI 118) 21m 

, 6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant and Paul Schaffer 

7:00 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Correspondent 
Betty Pilkington analyzes some turns in U.N. af- 
fairs usually ignored by the mass media. June 10 

7:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER Station manager 
Chris Albertson brings news of the station and 
opens part of this live program to views from 
listeners. June 13 

7:45 COMMENTARY by Calvin Hicks, New York so- 
cial worker, whose work centers around Negro 
and Puerto Rican young people on the Lower East 
Side. June 1 1 

8:00 FROM THE NEW SCHOOL The Relation of the 
Existential Approach to Other Forms of Psycho- 
therapy The final in a series of thirteen programs 
originating from the New School for Social Re- 
search in New York and delivered by Rollo May, 
well-known psychoanalyst and author. Dr. May's 
books include The Meaning of Anxiety (Roland 
Press) and Existence, A New Dimension in Psy- 
chiatry and Psychology (Basic Books). The sub- 
ject of the series was 'Existential Psychology and 
Psychotherapy.' The series is made available to 
Pacifica Radio by the New School. June 12 

9:15 MUSIC OF NED ROREM Music by the contempo- 
rary American composer. June 14 
Songs (Early in the Morning/I am Rose/See how 
they Love me/Visits to Saint Elisabeth's) (Don- 
ald Gramm/Regina Sarfaty/Charles Bressler/ 
Rorem, piano) (Col ML 5961) 8m 
Eleven Studies for Eleven Players (Louisville 

Orch/Whitney) (LOU 644) 25m 
Lovers, a Narrative for Harpsichord, Oboe, Cello 
and Percussion (Sylvia Marlowe, harpsichord) 
(Decca DL 10108) 10m 
Songs (Spring and Fall/Spring/To You/Youth, 
Day, Old Age, and Night/O You Whom I often 
and Silently Come) (Gramm/Phyllis Curtin/ 
Bressler/Sarfaty) (ML 5961) 10m 

10:15 JAZZ LEGENDS Don Schlitten plays the music 
of Mary Osborne. 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11 :05 SING OUT Barbara Dane, blues and folk singer/ 



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composer, and Irwin Silber, editor of the na- 
tional folk music magazine, Sing Out, and pub- 
lisher of Oak Books, start arguments, sing, and 
talk with people in the world of blues, jazz, folk 
and topical songs. 

12:05 SELF KNOWLEDGE Domination and Submis- 
sion; Experience and Identification Eleventh in 
this series of talks given in 1949 by J. Krishnamurti. 
1:05 SIGN-OFF 

THURSDAY, June 10 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 THE SONG OF SONGS Motets for Five Voices 
on texts from the Songs of Solomon by the 16th 
Century composer Giovanni Pierluigi Da Pales- 
trina. Miroslav Venhoda directs the Prague 
Madrigal Choir (Bach Guild 647). June 19 

9:30 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Correspondent 
Betty Pilkington. June 9 

9:45 CONVERSATIONS FROM THE INSTITUTE Uni- 
versity Reform — One The first of two discussions 
on this subject by members of the Institute for 
Policy Studies in Washington. June 7 

10:15 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Shuller presents music by Stockhausen, Klele 
and Baraque. Details on June 8 

11:15 MISCELLANY 

11:30 A PERSONAL CHOICE: Alec Guinness The 

British actor reads poetry of his selection. June 7 

12:00 THE HOUSE OF ASHES Four Norman Belkin con- 
tinues reading from the book by Oscar Pinkus. 

12:30 OPERA BY JOHN BLOW Venus and Adonis was 

composed in 1682 for the entertainment of King 
Charles II. Anthony Lewis conducts the Ensemble 
Orchestra de L'Oiseau-Lyre (OL 50004) . June 21 

1:30 THE AGE OF INVOLVEMENT In this first pro- 
gram of a new bi-weekly series, host Dennis 
Wholey and a panel discuss man's new aware- 
ness of his responsibilities and his motivations to 
'get involved.' June 7 

2:30 PIATIGORSKY PLAYS HINDEMITH Cellist 
Gregor Piatigorsky plays Paul Hindemith's 'So- 
nata for Cello and Piano.' Ralph Berkowitz is the 
pianist (Victor LM 2013). June 16 

3:00 A CONVERSATION WITH ALDOUS HUXLEY 

Among other things, he discusses the relationship 
of Eastern mysticism and Western materialism 
and the gap between art and science (BBC). 
June 15 
3:30 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ with Ira Gitler. June 6 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 CHAMBER MUSIC OF SCHUBERT. July 3 

Trio No. 1 in B[>, Op. 99 (The Stern/Rose/lstomin 

Trio) (Col ML 6116) 38m 
Quintet in A for Piano and Strings, Op. 114 (Mem- 
bers of the Budapest String Quartet/Horszowski, 
piano/Levine, double bass) (Col ML 5873) 36m 
6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant 

7:00 THEATRE REVIEW Isaiah Sheffer reviews current 
theatre productions. June 11 

7:15 COMMENTARY by Dr. Fred Exner, conservative, 
radiologist, fluoridation expert, and jazz buff. 
June 11 

7:45 THE CHEKHOV LECTURES Two Michael Chekhov 
continues his commentaries on the art of acting 
and the theatre. These tapes, recorded shortly 
before Chekhov's death in 1955, are introduced 



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by actor John Dehner and produced for Pacifica 
Radio by Dave Ossman (KPFK) . 

9:00 MAX NEUHAUS performs a concert of percus- 
sion works, which was given on June 2, 1964, at 
the Carnegie Recital Hall in New York City. Max 
Neuhaus is now on the faculty of the University 
of Chicago. June 14 
BO NILSSON Reaktionen 
EARLE BROWN Four Systems 
KARLEHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN Zyklus 
JOHN CAGE From 27' 10.554" for Percussion 
(Realization 1964) 

10:00 POLITICS AND THE CAMPUS A discussion with 
Sam Leiken of the Northern Student Movement, 
Jose Ristorucci of the Brooklyn College Du Bois 
Club, and two dismissed politically controversial 
college teachers: former assistant Sociology Pro- 
fessor Allen Krebs of Adelphi, and former philo- 
sophy instructor Robert Sitton of Brooklyn 
College. Moderated by Paul Schaffer. June 14 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 TALK BACK Another two hour live program 
dealing with current issues in the fields of poli- 
tics or the arts and conducted by various staff 
members. A brief discussion in the studio is fol- 
lowed by a forum open to listeners. You may 
participate in this portion of the program by 
calling OX 7-8506. 

1:05 MUSIC AFTER Edwin Ross plays reguests for 
selections which come under the general category 
of 'classical.' 



FRIDAY, June 1 1 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 GUITAR CONCERTOS Three contemporary con- 
certos for guitar solo and orchestra. June 17 
GUIDO SANTORSOLA Concertino for Guitar and 
Orchestra (Luise Walkers, guitarist / Vienna 
Symph Orch / Sacher) (Epic LC 3055) 17m 
MALCOLM ARNOLD Guitar Concerto, Op 67 
(Julian Bream, guitarist / Melos Ensemble) 
(Victor LM 2487) 22m 
JOAQUIN RODRIGO Concierto de Aranjuez 
(Narciso Yepes, guitarist / National Orch of 
Spain / Argenta) (Lon LL 1738) 21m 

9:30 THEATRE REVIEW by Isaish Sheffer. June 10 

9:45 COMMENTARY by Dr. Fred Exner. June 10 

10:15 COMMENTARY by Calvin Hicks, New York so- 
cial worker. June 9 

10:30 THE JUDY COLLINS SHOW Folk singer Judy 
Collins sings and talks with her contemporaries in 
the folk music field. June 7 

11:30 BOOKS AND AUTHORS Continuing this series 
of talks and interviews with authors about their 
work. June 4 

12:00 THE HOUSE OF ASHES Five Continuing this 
series of readings from the book by Oscar Pinkus 
about a Jewish family's survival during the war 
years in Poland. The readings will continue on 
Monday at this hour (KPFK) . 

12:30 TWO SYMPHONIES BY ROY HARRIS. June 18 
Folksong Symphony 1940 (American Festival 

Chorus and Orchestra/Golschmann) (Vanguard 

VRS 1064) 37m 
Symphony No. 7 (Philadelphia Orch/Ormandy) 

(Columbia ML 5095) 18m 



1:30 THIS LITTLE LIGHT Conclusion The final pro- 
gram in this series on Mississippi in the summer 
of 1964. Written and produced by Chris Koch. 
June 6 

2:00 COUNTRY MUSIC Bill Vernon plays selections 
of same. June 6 

2:30 SHARPSVILLE ANNIVERSARY A commemorative 
and partisan program on the Sharpsville Mas- 
sacre, which triggered the African liberation 
struggle. Produced by Martin Legassick and 
Kleinbauer and Liza Williams (KPFK). June 5 

4:15 MISCELLANY 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 TUDOR CHURCH MUSIC June 23 

JOHN TAVERNER Kyrie ('Le Roy') /Mass ('The 
Western Wind') / Dum transisset sabbatum / 
Christe Jesu pastor bone/Mater Christi) (The 
Choir of King's College, Cambridge/Willcocks) 
(Argo RG 316) 50m 

ORLANDO GIBBONS Vini Creator / First Preces / 
Psalm 145/Voluntary I (Magnificat) /Voluntary 
II (Nunc Dimittis) / Voluntary 1 1 1) (O God, the 
King of Glory) (Choir of King's College, Cam- 
bridge/Ord) (Argo RG 80) 24m 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant and Paul Schaffer 

7:00 COMMENTARY by William Winter, radio com- 
mentator; recorded for us in California. June 14 

7:15 MISCELLANY 

7:30 COMMENTARY by Herbert Aptheker, former 
editor of Political Affairs, theoretical journal of 
the Communist Party, and at present the Director 
of the American Institute for Marxist Studies. 
June 14 

7:45 MUSIC FROM COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY The 

Group for Contemporary Music at Columbia Uni- 
versity. The final concert of 1964-65 series of six 
concerts recorded especially by Jerry Bruck of 
Posthorn Recordings. During intermission, Harvey 
Sollberger and Charles Wuorinen will be heard 
with Ann McMillan. 

ARNOLD SCHOENBERG Eight Canons (1905-1945) 
MAO MIN-chung, transcribed by Chou Wen- 
Chung, From 'Yu-Ko' for Ch'in (c. 1280; 1965) 
HARLEY GABER Fantasy for Solo Flue (1962) 
VLADIMIR USSACHEVSKY Of Wood and Brass 

(1965) (First Performance) 
GUNTHER SCHULLER Music for Violin, Percussion, 

and Piano (1957) 
EDGARDVARESE Integrals (1926) 

9:15 THE LIZ SENEFF SHOW Folk Singer Liz Seneff 
sings and talks about folk music. June 16 

9:45 BOOKS AND AUTHORS Another in this series 
of talks and interviews with authors about their 
work. June 17 

10:15 THE SCIENCE CRITIC A Critigue of Yoga for 
Physical Fitness by Marshall Deutsch. June 14 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 THE SALT OF THE EARTH WBAI's Edwin Ross 
talks with Herbert Biberman, director of the 
motion picture of that title, which deals with a 
strike conducted by Mine, Mill and Smelters 
Unions in New Mexico. They discuss the film, its 
difficulties in being distributed, and Hollywood 
blacklisting, all brought up in Mr. Biberman's 
recent book, Salt of the Earth. June 16 

12:05 NEGRO MUSIC Charles Hobson's guest is John 
Gotlieb, blues collector. They play and discuss 
the music of Memphis, Tennessee. June 15 

1:05 RADIO UNNAMEABLE Robert Fass's collection 
of stranger-than-fact events and people. 



SATURDAY, June 12 

8:00 17TH ALDEBURGH FESTIVAL OF MUSIC AND 
THE ARTS with music by Franz Schubert and Fran- 
cis Poulenc (BBC). June 27 

SCHUBERT Quintet in C, Op. 163 (Amadeus Quar- 
tet with Mztislav Rostropovich, cellist) 
POULENC Sonata for Clarinet and Bassoon; Sex- 
tet for Piano, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon 
and Horn (Melos Ensemble) 

9:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty 

10:45 MUSIC OF IRAN A Santur Recital performed by 
Nasser Rastegar-Nejad. The Santur is a Persian 
dulcimer which was invented in the 7th Century. 
We hear Mahur, Bayat-e Estehan, Saghinameh, 
Homayun, and Shustari in which Nasser Rastegar- 
Nejad sings music set to his own poetry (Lyri- 
chord LL135). Added to this is Dashti, performed 
by Mr. Rastegar-Nejad and recorded especially 
forWBAI. June 16 

11:45 ARMCHAIR ASTRONOMY What is a Star? 

discussed by Kenneth L. Franklin of the Hayden 
Planetarium. Produced by broadcast by David 
Teske. June 14 

12:15 REMEMBER THE YEAR With a Song Archie Roth- 
man remembers the 30's and movie musical 
extravaganzas of that decade, including songs by 
Fred Astaire, Dick Powell and Irene Dunne. 

12:45 SYMPHONY BY LEONARD BERNSTEIN The 

American composer's Third Symphony ('Kaddish') 
was premiered in 1964; it is conducted in this 
recording by the composer. The performance is 
by Felicia Montealegre (speaker), Jennie Tourel 
(mezzo-soprano), Camerata Singers, Columbus 
Boychoir and the New York Philharmonic (Col 
KL6005). June 17 

1 :30 NEVER FORGET A FACE by Barry Bermange. A 
play about a photographer who has a client with 
a guilty conscience (BBC). June 18 

2:00 JAZZ 

4:00 TAKING STOCK OF WALL STREET Another in 
this series of programs on the New York Stock 
Exchange, prepared for WBAI by William Kent. 

4:30 FROM THE NEW SCHOOL The Relation of the 
Existential Approach to Other Forms of Psy- 
chotherapy The final in a series of thirteen 
lectures by the noted author and psychoanalyst 
Rollo May, which originated at the New School. 
More details on June 9 

5:45 FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN (1732-1808) 'Great 
Organ' Mass and Organ Concerto. Details on 
June 7 

6:45 NEWS Paul Schaffer 

7:00 THE LAST MINUTE Space saved for programs of 
immediacy which arrive too late for regular list- 
ing in the folio. 

8:00 OLD JAZZ with Don Heckman. The Benny Moten 
Band with Count Basie ; the Earl Hines Band. 

9:00 THE NEGRO WRITER'S VISION OF AMERICA 

One The first program in a series of twelve which 
will run throughout this folio and the next; re- 
corded at the conference held April 23 through 
April 25 at the New School and dedicated to the 
memory of the late playwright, Lorraine Hans- 
berry. Here, novelist James Baldwin delivers the 
conference's keynote address. 
9:35 SYMPHONIC POEM BY STRAVINSKY The com- 
poser's Song of the Nightingale — based on his 
early opera 'Rossignol.' Fritz Reiner conducts the 
Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Victor LM 2150). 



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10:00 THE NEGRO WRITER'S VISION OF AMERICA 
Two: Poetry and Polemics, 1965 A panel discus- 
sion and readings. The panel is chaired by 
writer, critic, and member of the New School 
faculty, W. F. Lucas, Jr. Panelists are the poets 
Samuel W. Allen, Calvin C. Hernton, Leroi Jones, 
and Gloria Oden. 

11:30 THE HIP '400' Frank Brady interviews author, 
cartoonist and satirist, Jules Feiffer. June 15 

12:00 IN-SIDE Uncle Chris re-runs November 14, 1964: 
Darlene Edwards, Elsa Lancaster, and the Ad- 
ventures of Gamma Globulin, Part III of the 
'L-Shaped Lady.' The movie review of that week 
was Penguins on my Pillow' 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 

SUNDAY, June 13 

8:00 DIVERTIMENTI BY HAYDN AND MOZART A 

concert of four divertimenti by Haydn for 
Viola and Cello; Mozart's Divertimento No. 15 in 
B Flat for Two Horns and Strings. 

9:30 THIS ISLAND NOW Undeveloped Potentials in 
Personality The conclusion of the 1962 Reith Lec- 
tures, given by psychiatrist and anthropologist, 
G. M. Carstairs (BBC). 

10:00 GOLDEN VOICES with Anthony Boucher. 

10:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER News from the 
station and views from listeners. June 9 

11 :00 MUSIC INFLUENCED BY THE ORIENT June 17 
HENRY COWELL Persian Set (Four Movements for 

Chamber Orchestra) (Stokowski) (CRI 114) 17m 
ERNST TOCH The Chinese Flute (Dorothy Renzi, 

soprano/MGM Chamber Orch/Surinach) (MGM 

E 3546) 25m 
LOU HARRISON Suite for Violin, Piano and Small 

Orchestra (Stokowski) CRI 114) 17m 

12:00 CHINA ENTERS THE NUCLEAR AGE The Chinese 
View of Their Place in the World This is the first 
of four programs, to be presented on Sunday 
mornings in this folio. They were recorded at the 
University of Washington in November, 1964. This 
first talk is by C. P. Fitzgerald, Professor and 
head of the Department of Far Eastern History at 
the Australian National University in Canberra. 
These programs come to us from KRAB in Seattle. 
June 16 

12:30 MORE SONIA BROCK Listener reaction to the 
first program with Miss Brock has prompted Chris 
Albertson to do another, further illustrating Sonia 
Brock's multi-talents. Here, John Kelly joins Miss 
Brock in singing, proving again that our studio 
chairs will serve as drums. June 17 

1 :00 THE MARTYRDOM OF ST. SEBASTIAN Composed 
by Claude Debussy in 1911 as music to a mystery 
play by Gabriele d'Annunzio (Le Martyre de 
Saint-Sebastien) , performed by the Philadelphia 
Orchestra under the direction of Eugene Or- 
mandy (Vera Morina, narrator,- Hilde Gueden, 
soprano; Philadelphia Orchestra Chorus) (Co- 
lumbia ML 2266) . June 16 



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2:30 THE NEGRO WRITER'S VISION OF AMERICA 
The Negro Woman in American Literature Poet, 
Sarah Wright, chairs a panel composed of Sterl- 
ing A. Brown, poet and Professor of English at 
Howard University; Alice Childress, playwright; 
actress, Ruby Dee ; lyricist, singer and actress, 
Abbey Lincoln; and novelist Paule Marshall, in 
this fourth program of the Conference. 

4:00 MISCELLANY 

4:15 THE EPIC: Milton's Paradise Lost The fourth of 
five lectures on the epic in Western literature, 
given by the distinguished British classical 
scholar, Ralph Bates, at the Poetry Center of the 
92nd Street YM-YWHA. June 14 

5:30 DUTCH LIGHT MUSIC Teddy Scholten with the 
first in a series of programs from Radio Neder- 
land. Here, the Dutch Swing College Band, plays 
a collection of Dutch tunes, Dixieland style. 

5:45 THE MAD HATTER Don Calfa and other familiar 
voices in a program of vitreous humor. 

6:15 COUNTRY MUSIC Tom Whitmore plays south- 
ern, bluegrass and hillbilly music. June 18 

6:45 NEWS Paul Schaffer 

7:00 FROM THE CENTER Forty Million Words Warren 
Preece, who left the Center for the Study of 
Democratic Institutions to become editor of the 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, describes some of the 
problems of editing a book no one ever hopes 
to read in full. 

7:30 THE NEGRO WRITER'S VISION OF AMERICA 
What Negro Novelists are Saying The fourth pro- 
gram from the New School Conference. Here, 
Sylvester Leaks, critic and author, chairs a panel 
composed of the late David 

Boroff, critic and associate Professor at New York 
University; Kristin Hunter, novelist; John O. 
Killens, novelist and screenwriter,- and Philip 
Butcher, Professor of English at Morgan State 
College. 

9:00 BAROQUE CONCERT Passacaglias by Fischer, 
Bach and Buxtehude. Details on June 9 

9:30 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC OPIN- 
ION Urban Transportation — Two Free-lance 
science writer, Paul Silver, continues the discus- 
sion of this subject with his guests, Joseph Lieper, 
Theodore Karagheuzoff, and Robert Alpern. 
June 17 
10:30 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MUSIC Boyce and Per- 
golesi were contemporaries, though the latter's 
untimely death kept him from the maturity reached 
in the work of Boyce. June 23 
WILLIAM BOYCE Symphony No. 1 in Bfc,; Sym- 
phony No. 2 in A; (I Solisti di Zagreb; Antonio 
Janigro, conductor) (Bach Guild 668) 
GIOVANNI PERGOLESI (1710-1736) Concerto No. 
1 in G, for Flute, Strings and Continuo (Jean- 
Pierre Rampal, flute; The Soar Radio Chamber 
Orch./Karl Ristenpart) (Epic LC 3893) 

11:00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ with Dan Morgenstern, 
New York editor of Down Beat magazine. June 17 

12:00 SIGN-OFF 

MONDAY, June 14 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 MUSIC OF VAUGHAN WILLIAMS The English 
composer's 'Serenade to Music' and 'Job: A 
Masgue for Dancing.' Details on June 7 



9:30 COMMENTARY by William Winter. June 11 

9:45 MISCELLANY 

10:00 COMMENTARY by Herbert Aptheker. June 1 1 

10:15 WORLD IN NEW York Josephine Lyons' guest 
in this second program is Miss Susan Reed, who 
talks about her career — which ranges from bal- 
lad singing to patchwork portrait artistry. 

10:45 O, O, O, O, THAT SHAKESPEHERIAN RAG A 

work by Salvatore Martirano for Mixed Chorus 
and Instrumental Ensemble based on lines from 
plays by Shakespeare. The work is performed by 
the Princeton Chamber Singers and assisting 
musicians under the direction of Thomas Hilbish 
(CRI 164). June 19 

11:15 POLITICS AND THE CAMPUS Paul Schaffer 
moderates a discussion on this subject. For par- 
ticipant details, refer to June 10. 

12:00 THE HOUSE OF ASHES Six Norman Belkin con- 
tinues his reading from the book of that title. 
Lovers, a Narrative for Harpsichord, Oboe, 
Cello and Percussion.' Details on June 9 

12:30 MUSIC OF NED ROREM Music by the contempo- 
rary American composer including: selected 
songs, 'Eleven Studies for Eleven Players' and 
'Lovers, a Narrative for Harpsichord, Oboe, 
Cello and Percussion.' Details on June 9 

1:30 THE SCIENCE CRITIC A Critigue of Yoga for 
Physical Fitness by Marshall Deutsch. June 11 

2:00 THE EPIC: Milton's Paradise Lost The fourth of 
five lectures on the epic in Western literature, 
given by Ralph Bates. June 13 

3:00 MAX NEUHAUS plays a concert of percussion 
works by four contempory composers: Bo Nilsson, 
Earle Brown, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and John 
Cage. Details on June 10 

4:00 ARMCHAIR ASTRONOMY What is a Star? 

discussed by Kenneth L. Franklin. June 12 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 SONG CYCLE BY HINDEMITH Das Marienleben 

('Life of the Virgin Mary') by Paul Hindemith is 
based poems by Rainer Maria Rilke. The per- 
formance is by Frances James, soprano, and 
George Brough, pianist (Lyrichord LL 97). July 1 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant and Paul Schaffer 

7:00 NEW BOOKS Chris Koch reviews new books, 
talks with authors and otherwise explores recent 
publications. June 15 

7:30 CONVERSATIONS FROM THE INSTITUTE Uni- 
versity Reform — Two Discussed by Christopher 
Jencks, resident Fellow, Stanley Newman, as- 
sociate Fellow, Arthur Waskow, resident Fellow, 
and Marcus G. Raskin, Co-Director of the Institute 
for Policy Studies in Washington. June 17 

8:00 THE JUDY COLLINS SHOW Folk singer Judy 
Collins continues her series of informal talks and 
mutual singings with her contemporaries in the 
folk music field. June 18 

9:00 ART FORUM The Contemporary Artist and his 
Public Dore Ashton and Susan Sontag in a lively 
discussion which makes a rather prickly task for 
the moderator, Gordon Brown. June 15 
10:15 STRIDE PIANO with Mike Lipskin. Another in 
this series of programs which explores the force 
which influenced most of the jazz greats. June 15 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 =00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 SPOLETO FESTIVAL Eleven A Chamber concert 
from the 1964 Spoleto Festival featuring pianist 
Richard Goode, Violinist Yoko Matsuda, violist 



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JUNE 17-20 AT CARNEGIE HALL 

featuring: 
Mose Allison 
Eric Anderson 
The Beers Family 
Chuck Berry 
Blue Sky Boys 
Dock Boggs 
Hamilton Camp 
June Carter 
Johnny Cash 

Sam Charters 
Hugh Cherry 

Miss Alix Dobkin 
Jimmy Driftwood 
Claude Gauthier 
Bob Gibson 
Archie Green 
Greenbriar Boys 
Sarah Ogan Gunning 
Holy Modal Rounders 
Son House 
Mike Hurley 
Mississippi John Hurt 
Jim & Jean 
Grandpa Jones 
Peter La Farge 
Mance Lipscomb 
Bill Monroe 

New Lost City Ramblers 
Phil Ochs 
Dave Van Ronk 
Buffy Sainte-Marie 
Eric Von Schmidt 
Patrick Sky 
Staple Singers 
Statler Bros. Quartet 
Muddy Waters 
Doc Watson 
Billy Edd Wheeler 
Jerry White 
Mac Wiseman 
Jesse Colin Young 
and many, many more! 



Program: 

Thursday, June 17, 7:30 pm (opening night) 

"The Evolution of Funk" 

Friday, June 18, 2:30 pm 
"The Contemporary Singer Composers", Part I 

Friday, June 18, 8:30 pm 
"Grassroots to Bluegrass to Nashville", Part I 

Saturday, June 19, 2:30 pm 
"Grassroots to Bluegrass to Nashville", Part II 

Saturday, June 19, 8:30 pm 
"The Contemporary Singer Composers", Part II 

Saturday, June 19, midnight 
"The Evolution of Funk", repeat performance 

Sunday, June 20, 3:00 pm 
"The Real Thing" 

Sunday, June 20, 8:30 pm 
"The Carl Sandburg American Songbag " 

Seminar — Workshops: 
"The Face of Poverty" 
Friday, June 18, 5:30 pm, moderated by 
Archie Green - all tickets $2.00 

"Blues in Transition", 
Saturday, June 19, 5:30 pm, moderated by 
Sam Charters - all tickets $2.00 

Children's Concert, 

Saturday, June 19, 11:00 am - all tickets $1.50 




Tickets at Carnegie Hall (air cond.), 57th Street &. 7th Avenue 
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Jorge Mester, cellist Bruce Rogers and Contra- 

bassist Gary Karr. June 16 

MOZART Quartet in g, K. 478 for piano, violin, 

viola and cello 
SCHUBERT Quintet in A, Op. 114 ('Trout') 

12:05 DAVE LAMBERT'S PROGRAM Another in the 
series of jazz programs, selected and played by 
Dave Lambert — formely of Lambert, Hendricks 
and Ross. 
1:05 SIGN-OFF 

TUESDAY, June 15 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 CHAMBER MUSIC OF PROKOFIEV A concert 
featuring the 'Overture on Hebrew Themes,' 
'String Quartet No. T and the 'Sonata No. 1 for 
Violin and Piano.' Details on June 8 

9:30 NEW BOOKS Chris Koch explores new publica- 
cations. June 14 

10:00 MISCELLANY 

10:15 STRIDE PIANO Mike Lipskin illustrates this jazz 

force. June 14 
10:45 TWO CONCERTI GROSSI Contemporary works 

by Olav Kielland and Ernest Bloch. Details on 

June 9 

11:30 A CONVERSATION WITH ALDOUS HUXLEY 

The late American writer discusses the gap be- 
tween art and science, among other things (BBC) . 
June 10 
12:00 THE HOUSE OF ASHES Seven Continuing the 
readings about one Jewish family which survived 
the Nazi occupation of Poland (KPFK). 

12:30 MUSIC OF LESTER TRIMBLE (1923-) June 25 
Symphony in Two Movements (Japan Philhar- 
monic / Watanabe) (CRI 187) 14m 
Four Fragments from the Caunterbury Tales 
(Adele Adddison, soprano) (Col ML 5598) 17m 
Five Episodes for Orchestra (CRI 187) 11m 
Closing Piece (Imperial Philharmonic of Tokyo / 
Strickland) CRI 159) 10m 

1:30 THE HIP '400' Frank Brady talks with Jules 
Feiffer, cartoonist, writer and satirist. June 12 

2:00 CARL RUGGLES (1876-) Organum and Evoca- 
tions by this composer. Details on June 7 

2:30 ART FORUM The Contemporary Artist and his 
Public Dore Ashton, Susan Sontag and Gordon 
Brown. June 14 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 THE KOUSSEVITZKY INTERNATIONAL RECORD- 
ING AWARD An interview with Mrs. Serge Kous- 
sevitsky, followed by music which has won the 
award, by Edward Varese and Witold Luto- 
slawski. In addition to a cash prize, records of 
the award-winning work are distributed nation- 
ally and internationally, to broadcasting stations, 
educational institutions and libraries, in coopera- 
tion with musical and cultural organizations in 
the United States and the International Music 
Council of UNESCO. June 20 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant 

7:00 MISCELLANY 

7:15 SPECIAL REPORT prepared by our news editor, 
Joanne Grant. June 16 

7:30 THE KING-HALL LONDON LETTER Another in 
this series of commentaries, prepared especially 
for Pacifica Radio by Sir Stephen King-Hall. 
June 16 



7:45 MISCELLANY 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller presents music from the year 1923. 
June 17 

STRAVINSKY Septet/Three Shakespeare Songs 
STOCKHAUSEN Kontrapunkte 

9:15 WHATEVER HAPPENED TO . . . THE FIRST MISS 
AMERICA (1919)? Plenty! She married the author 
of The Unholy Three, refused a contract with the 
great Ziegfeld, nearly ruined her life with al- 
cohol, and is known today by a title nearly as 
famous as her original one. Host Richard Lampar- 
ski, interviews her here. June 16 

9:45 DUO FOR VIOLIN AND CELLO Zoltan Kodaly's 

Opus 7 is performed by violinist Arnold Eidue and 
cellist Janos Starker (Period SPL 510) . June 8 

10:15 MATHEMATICS AND LIFE The second of a new 
series of programs based upon a book of that 
title by Dr. Miriam Yevick, Professor of Mathe- 
matics at Rutgers University and Director of 
the Mathematics Retraining Program for Women 
College Graduates. Here, Dr. Yevick's guests are 
David Finkelstein, Physics Professor at Yeshriva 
and Mrs. Helene Zuckerman, who is in the Student 
Mathematics Retraining Program. The reader of 
Dr. Yevick's text is Chris Koch. June 18 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 L'ESTRO ARMONICO The twelve concerti grossi 
by Antonio Vivaldi that comprise his Opus 3 are 
performed by the Chamber Orchestra of the 
Vienna State Opera under the direction of Mario 
Rossi (Vanguard SRV 143/5). 

1:05 SIGN-OFF 



WEDNESDAY, June 16 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman 

8:30 MUSIC OF IRAN a Santur Recital performed 
by Nasser Rastegar-Nejad. Details on June 12 

9:30 REVIEW OF THE PRESS Nat Hentoff, June 15 

9:45 SPECIAL REPORT Miss Grant. June 15 

10:00 THE KING-HALL LONDON LETTER Sir Stephen 
King-Hall. June 15 

10:15 MISCELLANY 

10:30 THE LIZ SENEFF SHOW Folk singer Liz Seneff 
talks and sings. June 11 

11:00 WHATEVER HAPPENED TO . . . THE FIRST MISS 
AMERICA (1919)? A great deal! Richard Lampar- 
ski discovered who she really was and interviews 
her here. June 15 

11:30 TWO CONCERTI FOR BRASS of Joseph Haydn. 
Early works in the concerto form for solo instru- 
ment. Details on June 8 

12:00 THE HOUSE OF ASHES Eight. Continuing this 
series of readings from the Oscar Pincus book. 

12:30 THE MARTYRDOM OF ST. SEBASTIAN By Claude 
Debussy, composed in 1911 as incidental music 
to a mystery play by Gabriele d'Annunzio. De- 
tails on June 18 

2:00 THE SALT OF THE EARTH Edwin Ross talks with 
Herbert Biberman, director of the motion picture 
of that title, which deals with a strike conducted 
by Mine, Mill and Smelters Unions in New Mex- 
ico. June 11 



3:00 SPOLETO FESTIVAL Eleven A chamber concert 
from the 1964 Spoleto Festival featuring works by 
Mozart and Schubert. Details on June 14 

4:00 CHINA ENTERS THE NUCLEAR AGE The Chi- 
nese View of Their Place in the World The first of 
four programs in this folio, originally recorded 
at the University of Washington (KRAB). More 
details on June 13 at 12:00 noon. 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5 = :0 SWIFT MUSIC AND BEAUTY MUSIC (1965) A 
Concert of Lucia Dlugoszewski which took place 
on April 29, 1965, at La Maison Francaise, New 
York University. The evening was especially re- 
corded for WBAI broadcast. The concert is fol- 
lowed by a discussion between Lucia Dlugoszew- 
ski and Ann McMillan. June 29 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant and Paul Schaffer 

7 CD THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Correspondent 
Betty Pilkington analyzes some turns in U.N. af- 
fairs usually ignored by the mass media. June 17 

7:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER Station manager 
Chris Albertson brings news of the stations and 
opens part of this live program to views from 
listeners. June 20 

7:45 COMMENTARY by Calvin Hicks, New York so- 
cial worker whose work centers around Negro 
and Puerto Rican young people on the Lower 
East Side. June 18 

8.C0 FROM THE NEW SCHOOL The Philosophy of 
Heidegger One of two guest lectures given as 
part of the Rollo May course at the New School. 
Dr. Leonard Feldstein, practicing psychoanalyst 
and member of the faculty of the William Alan- 
son White Institute, delivers this first lecture. 
June 19 

9:15 PIATIGORSKY PLAYS HINDEMITH A perform- 
ance of the 'Sonata for Cello and Piano.' Details 
on June 10 

9:45 FROM DRAFT BOARD TO DEPORTATION Joseph 
Johnson, leader of the Socialist Workers Party in 
Minneapolis, describes the current attempt by 
immigration authorities to declare him stateless. 
Native-born Johnson's citizenship is being chal- 
lenged for political activity in Canada. June 19 

10:15 JAZZ LEGENDS Don Schlitten plays the music 
of Cliff JacKSon. 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 SING OUT Barbara Dane, blues and folk 
singer/composer, and Irwin Silber, editor of the 
national folk music magazine, Sing Out, and 
publisher of Oak Books, start arguments, sing, 
and talk with people in the world of blues, jazz, 
folk, and topical songs. 

12:5 SELF KNOWLEDGE Technique, Individualism 
and Suffering Twelfth in this series of lectures 
originally given at Ojai, California, in 1949, by 
J. Krishnamurti. 

1:05 SIGN-OFF 

THURSDAY, June 17 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman 

8:30 MUSIC INFLUENCED BY THE ORIENT Works by 
Cowell, Toch and Harrison that show distinct 
oriental influences. Details on June 13 

9:30 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Correspondent 
Betty Pilkington. June 16 

9:45 CONVERSATIONS FROM THE INSTITUTE Uni- 
versity Reform — Two The second of a two-part 



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discussion on this subject, held at the Institute 
for Policy Studies. June 14 

10:15 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller presents the music of Stravinsky and 
Stockhausen. Details on June 15 

11:15 MISCELLANY 

11:30 BOOKS AND AUTHORS Another in this series 
of interviews and talks with authors about their 
work. June 1 1 

12:00 THE HOUSE OF ASHES Nine The ninth of ten 

readings from the book by Oscar Pinkus (KPFK). 

12:30 GUITAR CONCERTOS Three contemporary 
works by Santorsola, Arnold and Rodrigo for 
guitar solo and orchestra. Details on June 11 

1:30 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC OPIN- 
ION Urban Transportation — Two The second 
of a two-part program, with a panel of New 
York City experts, moderated by Paul Silver. 
June 13 

2:30 RENAISSANCE CHANSONS AND MADRIGALS 

French, Flemish, and Italian Songs. This is the 
first of two programs. Details on June 7 

3:00 MORE SONIA BROCK A second program in 
which Chris Albertson and Sonia Brock demon- 
strate more of Miss Brock's talents. June 13 

3:30 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ with Dan Morgenstern of 
Down Beat magazine. June 13 

4 : :0 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 A GERMAN REQUIEM Rudolf Kempe conducts 
the Berlin Philharmonic in this performance of 
Johannes Brahms' Protestant conception of the 
Requiem Mass. (Victor LM 6050). 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant 

7:00 FILMS Norman Fruchter and Henry Heifetz re- 
view current motion pictures. June 18 

7:30 COMMENTARY by Sy Landy of New Politics 

magazine, an independent socialist quarterly. 
June 19 

7:45 THE CHEKHOV LECTURES Three Michael Chek- 
hov continues his commentaries on the art of 
acting and the theatre with a discussion of 
'Ensemble Feeling.' These tapes, recorded shortly 
before Chekhov's death in 1955 are introduced 
by actor John Dehner and produced for Pacifica 
Radio by Dave Ossman (KPFK). 

9:00 SYMPHONY BY LEONARD BERNSTEIN The 

American composer conducts a performance of 
his Third Symphony ('Kaddish'). Details on 
June 12 

9:45 PAUL ROBESON SPEAKS in this first public 
appearance after Mr. Robeson's return to the 
United States from London. Also speaking in this 
program is John Lewis, chairman of the Stu- 
dent Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; both 
speeches were edited from a Freedomways Salute 
to Paul Robeson. June 18 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 TALK BACK Another in this series of live pro- 
grams dealing with current issues in the fields 
of politics or the arts and conducted by various 
staff members. The subject being discussed and 
the guests are announced prior to broadcast. 
A brief discussion in the studio is followed by 
calls from listeners at OX 7-8506. 

1:05 MUSIC AFTER Edwin Ross plays requests for 
selections which come under the general category 
of 'classical.' 



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FRIDAY, June 18 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 TWO SYMPHONIES BY ROY HARRIS The Amer- 
ican composer's 'Folksong Symphony 1940' and 
'Symphony No. 7.' Details on June 11 

9:30 FILMS Fruchter, Heifetz and motion pictures. 

June 17 
10:00 COMMENTARY by Sy Landy of New Politics 
magazine. June 17 

10:15 COMMENTARY by Calvin Hicks, New York so- 
cial worker. June 16 

10:30 THE JUDY COLLINS SHOW Folk singer, Judy 
Collins, continues informally talking and singing 
with her guests. June 14 

11:30 MATHEMATICS AND LIFE The second of a new 
series of programs based upon a book of that 
title by Dr. Miriam Yevick, Professor of Mathe- 
matics at Rutgers University and the Director of 
the Mathematics Retraining Program for Women 
College Graduates. June 15 

12:00 THE HOUSE OF ASHES Norman Belkin con- 
cludes his reading of the book by Oscar Pinkus 
about one Jewish family who survived the Nazi 
occupation of Poland (KPFK) . 

12:30 DEL PUEYO PLAYS GRANADOS Pianist Eduardo 
del Pueyo plays the complete Spanish Dances of 
Enrique Granados. June 9 

1:30 COUNTRY MUSIC Tom Whitmore illustrates 
same. June 13 

2:00 PAUL ROBESON SPEAKS at a Freedomways 
Salute to him. Also speaking in the program is 
John Lewis, head of SNCC. June 17 

3:00 TWO TRIPLE CONCERTOS Works by Bach and 
Beethoven for three solo instruments and orches- 
tra. Details on June 8 

4:00 NEVER FORGET A FACE by Barry Bermange. A 
play about a photographer and a guilty client 
(BBC). June 12 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 CHAMBER MUSIC BY TCHAIKOVSKY The Rus- 
sian composer's 'String Quartet No. 2 in F' and 
'Sextet for Strings' (Souvenir of Florence). May 27 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant and Paul Schaffer 

7:00 COMMENTARY by William Winter, the radio 
commentator; recorded for us in California. 
June 21 

7:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS by William Man- 
del, translator from the Soviet Press, and author 
of Russia Re-examined and other books. June 21 

7:30 COMMENTARY by Martin J. Corbin, managing 
editor of the Catholic Worker. June 21 

7:45 MORE CHANSONS AND MADRIGALS from the 
Golden Age of Vocal Music This is the second of 
two programs. Details on June 8 

8:15 THE TRIALS OF PLM A talk by noted civil 
liberties attorney Frank J. Donner on the juridical 
pursuit of the Progressive Labor Movement. 
June 22 

9:15 THE LIZ SENEFF SHOW Produced and sung in 
the WBAI studios by Miss Seneff. June 23 

9:45 BOOKS AND AUTHORS Another in this series 
of interviews and talks with authors about their 
work. June 24 

10:15 NUTRITION The Health Hucksters discussed 
by Marshall Deutsch. June 21 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 



11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 SPOLETO FESTIVAL Twelve An all-Brahms Trio 
program from the 1964 Spoleto Festival: 'Trio in 
C for Violin, Cello and Piano' and 'Trio in B 
Major, Op. 8 for Piano, Violin and Cello.' 
June 19 

12:05 NEGRO MUSIC Charles Hobson and his guest, 
rhythm and blues authority Jack Sborbori, play 
and discuss the group, the Ravens. June 22 

1:05 RADIO UNNAMEABLE Robert Fass and other 
souls. 

SATURDAY, June 19 

8:00 MUSIC FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA Works 
by Stravinsky, Claflin, Fortner and Ireland for 
this combination. May 30 

9:20 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty. 

10:45 THE SONG OF SONGS Motets for Five Voices 
on texts from the Songs of Solomon by the 16th 
Century composer Giovanni Pierluigi Da Pales- 
trina. Miroslav Venhoda directs the Prague Mad- 
rigal Choir (Bach Guild 647). June 10 

11:45 ARMCHAIR ASTRONOMY What is a Star? — 

Two discussed by Kenneth L. Franklin of the Hay- 
den Planetarium. Produced for WBAI by David 
Teske. June 21 

12:15 REMEMBER THE YEAR With a Song Archie Roth- 
man still remembers the 30's. Here, the dance 
music of that decade: the conga, rhumba, Big 
Apple, etc. 

12:45 A BIRD FANCIER'S DELIGHT Or 'Choice Ob- 
servations, And Directions Concerning ye Teach- 
ing of all Sorts of Singingbirds.' A concert of 
Tunes that were once used as pieces to be played 
for various kinds of domesticated birds, the in- 
tention being that said birds should learn to sing 
these melodies. The performing artists are Rich- 
ard Schulze, Theodora Schulze and Dorothy Wal- 
ters (Vox PL 12. 750). June 27 

1:30 FROM DRAFT BOARD TO DEPORTATION Joseph 
Johnson, leader of the Socialist Workers Party 
in Minneapolis, describes the current attempt by 
immigration authorities to declare him stateless. 
He talks here with Paul Schaffer. June 16 

2:00 JAZZ with Donald Riker, jazz writer and Down 
Beat contributor. 

4:00 FROM THE NEW SCHOOL The Philosophy of 
Heidegger One of two guest lectures given as 
part of the Rollo May course at the New School; 
this one by Dr. Leonard Feldstein. More details 
on June 16. 

5:15 SPOLETO FESTIVAL Twelve An all-Brahms Trio 
program from the 1964 festival. Details on June 18 

6:15 THE AIR ADVENTURES Including the voices of 
Amelia Earhart, Douglas Corrigan and Sir Geoff- 
rey de Haviland (BBC) . June 23 

6:45 NEWS Paul Schaffer 

7:00 THE LAST MINUTE Space saved for programs 
of immediacy which arrive too late for regular 
listing in the folio. 

8:00 NEW JAZZ with Don Heckman. An interview 
with composer George Russell. 

9:00 THE NEGRO WRITER'S VISION OF AMERICA 
Image of the Negro in Afro-American Literature 

This fifth program from the New School Confer- 
ence is chaired by Richard B. Moore, author and 
owner of the Frederick Douglas Book Center. 
Panelists are Lerone Bennett, Jr., senior editor 
of Ebony magazine; Sterling A. Brown, poet and 
Professor of English at Howard; John Henrik 



Clark, associate editor of Freedomways; Walter 
Lowenfels, poet and essayist; and Truman Nel- 
son, author and critic. 

11:00 O, O, O, O, THAT SHAKESPEHERIAN RAG A 

composition based on lines from plays by Shakes- 
peare,- the composer is Salvatore Marirano. 
Details on June 14 

11:30 THE HIP '400' Frank Brady interviews Norbert 
Yancy, a young classical singer who sings in 
Bryant Park. June 22 

12:00 INSIDE National National Bank presents Part 4 
of the 'L-Shaped Lady,' wherein Gamma faces a 
banana. Uncle Chris directed this during his 
religious period, August 28, 1964. 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 

SUNDAY, June 20 

8:00 VERDI'S REQUIUM Arturo Toscanini conducts 
the NBC Symphony Orchestra in this recording of 
Verdi's monumental work. The soloists are: Herva 
Nelli, soprano; Fedora Barbieri, mezzo-soprano,- 
Giuseppe Di Stepano, tenor; and Cesare Siepi, 
bass. The chorus is the Robert Shaw Chorale 
(Victor LM6018). 

9:30 A RADIO PORTRAIT of Graham Green The first 
of a new series of six programs presenting radio 
pictures of British writers. This first one is intro- 
duced by Francis Watson (BBC). June 29 

10:00 GOLDEN VOICES with Anthony Boucher. 
10:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER News from the sta- 
tion and views from listeners. June 16 

11:00 MISCELLANY 

11:15 CHINA ENTERS THE NUCLEAR AGE United 
States' China Policy: Problems and Prospects In 

the second program of this series, A. E. Manell 
begins with China's self-image. Mr. Manell is a 
public affairs adviser in the Bureau of Far Eastern 
Affairs at the U. S. Department of State. These 
programs were made available to Pacifica by 
KRAB in Seattle. June 23 

12:15 ORATORIO BY HAYDN Franz Joseph Haydn's 
'The Creation' performed in German by the 
Chorus and Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera, 
under the direction of Mogens Woldike. (Van- 
guard VRS 471/2) . June 23 

2:15 THE NEGRO WRITER'S VISION OF AMERICA 
What Negro Playwrights are Saying This sixth 
program from the New School Conference turned 
out to be one of the more verbally violent ones, 
as panelists Richard Gilman, drama critic of 
Newsweek, and Gordon Rogoff, drama critic of 
The Tulane Drama Review, opposed the other 
members of the panel and most of the audience. 
The panel was chaired by Lonnie Elder, III. Other 
panelists were Leroi Jones,- Alice Childress; 
Loften Mitchell; Douglas Turner; and William 
Branch. 

4:15 THE EPIC: The Odyssey: A Modern Sequel The 

final in this series of five lectures on the epic 
in Western literature, given by Ralph Bates. Mr. 
Bates is the author of Lean Men, The Olive Field, 
and The Fields of Paradise. The programs were 
recorded at the Poetry Center of the 92nd Street 
YM-YWHA. June 25 

5:30 DUTCH LIGHT MUSIC Pianist-singer Pia Beck 
is Teddy Scholten's guest in this second program 
from Radio Nederland. 

5:45 THE MAD HATTER Don Calfa and others in 
humorous bits and pieces. 

6:15 COUNTRY MUSIC Bill Vernon plays southern, 
bluegrass and hillbilly music. June 25 



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6:45 NEWS Paul Schaffer 

7:00 CIVIL RIGHTS New Frontiers of the Law Jack 
Greenberg, Director of the NAACP Legal De- 
fense and Educational Fund, discusses this sub- 
ject with Joanne Grant, WBAI's news editor. 
June 21 

8:00 MISCELLANY 

8:15 THE KOUSSEVITSKY INTERNATIONAL RE- 
CORDING AWARD: Interview with Mrs. Serge 
Koussevitsky, followed by music. Details on 
June 15 

9:30 THE COLLEGE STUDENT Lawrence Handel con- 
tinues his series of programs on various aspects 
of student involvement. June 24 

10:30 THEATRE INTERVIEWS: Circle in the Square 

Dale Minor talks with Theodore Mann and Mar- 
cia Speinson about the Circle's new workshop 
program. June 21 

11 :00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ with Ira Gitler. June 24 

12:00 SIGN-OFF 

MONDAY, June 21 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 HARPSICHORD MUSIC OF FRESCOBALDI, 
SCARLATTI, AND BACH June 28 
GIROLAMO FRESCOBALDI (1583-1643) Toccata 

in g, Partite 12 sopra I'aria di Ruggiero, Ca- 

priccio sopra la Battaglia, Aria detta la Fresco- 

baldi (Cap. P8336) 
DOMENICO SCARLATTI (1685-1757) Sonata in d, 

L. 423; Sonata in D, L. 461 ; Sonata in g, L. 488; 

Sonata in C, L. 205,- Sonata in b, L. 449; Sonata 

in a, L. 429 (Cap. P8336) 16m 



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JOHAN'N SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750) Concerto 
No. 7 in g for Harpsichord and Strings, BWV 
1056 (Barogue Chamber Orchestra/Sylvia Mar- 
lowe) (Decca Dl 710104) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by William Winter. June 18 

9:45 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS by William 

Mandel. June 18 
10:00 COMMENTARY by Martin J. Corbin. June 18 

10:15 WORLD IN NEW YORK Josephine Lyons' guest 
is Helen Gurley Brown, author of Sex and the 
Single Girl and newly appointed editor of Cos- 
mopolitan magazine. 

10:45 HOROWITZ PLAYS CLEMENTI Pianist Vladimir 
Horowitz plays two sonatas by Muzio Clementi: 
'Sonata in F Minor, Op. 14, No. 3' and 'Sonata 
in F Sharp Minor, Op. 26, No. 2' (Victor LM 1902). 
July 4 

11:30 THEATRE INTERVIEWS Circle in the Square Dale 
Minor talks with Theodore Mann and Marcia 
Speinson. June 20 

12:00 THE BBC THIRTY MINUTE THEATRE Summer's 
Christmas A play about old Mrs. Tuftnell (BBC). 

12:30 EDGARD VARESE A selection of works composed 
over a period of thirty years. June 26 
Density 21.5 for Solo Flute (1936) (Rene Le Roy, 

flute) 3m 
Ionization (Thirteen performers play thirty-five 
different percussion instruments (Julliard Per- 
cussion Orch/Waldman) 5m 
Octandre (1924) (New York Wind Ensemble/ 

Waldman) 5m 
Integrales (1926) (New York Wind Ensemble and 

Juilliard Percussion Orch/Waldman) 5m 
Deserts (1954) (Columbia Symph Orch/Craft) 24m 

1:30 NUTRITION The Health Hucksters discussed by 
Marshall Deutsch. June 18 

2:00 CIVIL RIGHTS New Frontiers of the Law Jack 
Greenberg discusses this subject with Joanne 
Grant. June 20 

3:00 OPERA BY JOHN BLOW Venus and Adonis, a 

17th Century opera composed for the entertain- 
ment of King Charles II. Details on June 10 

4:00 ARMCHAIR ASTRONOMY What is a Star? — 

Two discussed by Kenneth L. Franklin. June 19 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 BRUCKNER'S SEVENTH SYMPHONY The origi- 
nal version of this Symphony in E Major is per- 
formed by the Berlin Philharmonic under the di- 
rection of Eugen Jochum (Decca DXE 146). 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant and Paul Schaffer 

7:00 NEW BOOKS Dale Minor reviews new books, 
talks with authors and otherwise explores new 
publications. June 22 

7:30 CONVERSATIONS FROM THE INSTITUTE The 
Abdication of Congressional Responsibility for 
Foreign Policy Stanley Newman opens this dis- 
cussion with Arthur Waskow, Christopher Jencks 
and Marcus G. Raskin of the Institute for Policy 
Studies. Produced for Pacifica by WAMU-FM 
June 24 

8:00 THE JUDY COLLINS SHOW Folk singer Judy 
Collins continues her series of informal talks and 
mutual singings with her contemporaries in the 
folk music field. May 28 

9:00 AGE OF INVOLVEMENT Responsibility and Ed- 
ucation Dr. Aaron Brown, member of the New 
York City Board of Education and formerly Presi- 
dent of Albany, Georgia, State Teachers College; 



Dr. Elliot Shapiro, a white principal of an all- 
Negro school in Harlem; and Orson Bean, 
comedian and educator; in a discussion with Den- 
nis Wholey June 24 

10:00 MISCELLANY 

10:15 STRIDE PIANO with Mike Lipskin. Another in 
this series of programs which explore the musical 
force which influenced most of the jazz greats. 
June 22 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11 :05 MUSIC FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA June 29 
SAMUEL BARBER Piano Concerto (John Browning, 
pianist/Cleveland Orch/Szell) (Col ML 6038) 
LEONARD BERNSTEIN The Age of Anxiety (Sym- 
phony No. 2 for Piano and Orchestra) (Lukas 
Foss, pianist/Philharmonic-Symphony Orch of 
New York/Bernstein) (Col ML 4325) 32m 

12:05 DAVE LAMBERT'S PROGRAM Another in the 
series of jazz programs, selected and played by 
Dave Lambert - formerly of Lambert, Hendricks 
and Ross. 

1:05 SIGN-OFF 

TUESDAY, June 22 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 ALESSANDRO SCARLATTI (1660-1725) The Saint 
Philip Oratorio In this work, a dialogue takes 
place between Philip and three allegorical 
figures of Faith, Hope and Charity. (Music Guild 
M-12) July 1 

9:30 NEW BOOKS Dale Minor explores new pub- 
lications. June 21 

10:00 MISCELLANY 

10:15 STRIDE PIANO Mike Lipskin illustrates this jazz 
force. June 21 

10:45 CHAMBER CONCERT Some string quartets by 
Boccherini, Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven. 
May 28 

12:00 THE BBC THIRTY MINUTE THEATRE The Bridge 

A play about a boy sitting on a bridge (BBC). 

12:30 ANTAL DORATI An interview followed by a 
Dorati interpretation of Bartok's 'Concerto for 
Orchestra.' The interview with the conductor was 
made by William Cavness and James Keeler of 
WGBH-FM in Boston. (London Symphony Or- 
chestra on Mercury MG 50378.) June 24 

1:30 THE HIP '400' Frank Brady talks with a young 
classical singer, Norbert Yancy. June 19 

2:00 BACH'S PREDECESSORS No. 3 The third of six 
programs presenting music by Bach's immediate 
predecessors (BBC). June 27 
CHRISTOPH BERNARD Missa Brevis 9m 
SAMUEL SCHEIDT Suite for Viols 9m 
GALLUS DRESSLER Motet for Four Voices 4m 
HEINRICH ISAAC Choral and Canzon 4m 

2:30 THE TRIALS OF PLM A talk by noted civil 
liberties attorney, Frank J. Donner. June 18 

3:30 NEGRO MUSIC Charles Hobson and his guest, 
Jack Sborbori, play music of the Ravens. June 18 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 SPOLETO FESTIVAL Fourteen Berg-Faure-Ko- 
daly from the 1964 Spoleto Festival. July 3 
ALBAN BERG Sonata for Piano, Op. 1 (Richard 

Goode) 
GAF\RIEL FAURE Nocturne (Goode) /Sonata in A 

for" Violin and Piano (Charles Libove, violin; 

Charles Browning, piano) 
ZOLTAN KODALY Sonata for cello solo, Op. 8 

(George Neikrug) 



6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant 

7:00 MISCELLANY 

7:15 SPECIAL REPORT prepared by our news editor, 
Joanne Grant. June 23 

7:30 COMMENTARY by Ayn Rand, novelist-philoso- 
pher, author of Atlas Shrugged and founder of 
the philosophy of Objectivism. June 23 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller continues his examination of the 
evolution of contemporary music, presenting mu- 
sic from the 1950's. June 24 

9:00 MISCELLANY 

9:15 WHATEVER HAPPENED TO . . . CLAUDE JAR- 
MAN, JR.? A Hollywood Director picked him out 
of a Tennessee school room when he was 10 years 
old and gave him the role of Jody in The Year- 
ling. In 1946 he won a special Academy Award 
for his performance and after several mediocre 
films, he vanished. Host, Richard Lamparski, 
found him in a profession and a city, far from 
Hollywood. June 23 

9:45 ORLANDO Dl LASSO (1532-1594) Prophetiae 
Sibyllarum. Twelve prophecies from the Sibylline 
Oracles translated into Latin were used for the 
text of this work. (The Prague Madrigal Choir, di- 
rected by Miroslav Venhoda) (Nonesuch H-71053) 
June 28 

10:15 MATHMETICS AND LIFE Third is this series of 
programs based on the book by Dr. Miriam 
Yevick. In this program, Dr. Yevick's guests are 
Professor David Finkelstein and Abe Lipschutz of 
Houston, Texas. June 25 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 THE ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS AND OTHER 
FAILURES The United States Administration has 
recently announced that the Alliance for Progress 
has over-fulfilled its expectations, and that South 
America is finally breaking out of its downward 
spiral. This optimistic view is debated by the 
Mexican economist Edmundo Flores, currently a 
visiting professor of Social Sciences at the Uni- 
versity of Chicago, where this program was 
recorded. June 25 

12:05 GUSTAV MAHLER (1860-1911) Symphony No. 1 

in D It was said by Paul Stephan that four com- 
plete symphonies preceded this symphony, but 
that the Baroness von Weber promised Mahler 
to prevent them from being performed. (Georg 
Solti leads the London Symphony Orch.) (London 
CM9901) June 27 

1:05 SIGN-OFF 



WEDNESDAY, June 23 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 TWO PIANO SONATAS June 24 

MOZART Sonata in a, K. 310 (Walter Klien) (Vox 

SVBX5428) 21m 
BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 29 in B|>, Op. 106 ('Ham- 

merklavier') (Eduardo Del Pueyo) (Epic LC 

3555) 39m 

9:30 MISCELLANY 

9:45 SPECIAL REPORT prepared by Miss Grant. 
June 22 

10:00 COMMENTARY by Ayn Rand, novelist-philoso- 
pher. June 22 

10:30 THE LIZ SENEFF SHOW Miss Seneff talks and 
sings. June 18 

11:00 WHATEVER HAPPENED TO . . . CLAUDE JAR- 



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MAN, JR.? He played the role of Jody in The 
Yearling and shortly after vanished. He talks 
here with Richard Lamparski. June 22 

11:30 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MUSIC: A program of 
Boyce and Pergolesi. Details on June 13 

12:00 THE STRANGE CASE OF PIOTR ZAK A discus- 
sion between music critics Donald Mitchell and 
Jeremy Noble (BBC). 

12:30 ORATORIO BY HAYDN The Creation" by Franz 

Joseph Haydn. Details on June 20 
2:30 THE AIR ADVENTURES Including the voices of 
Amelia Earhart and others (BBC). June 19 

3:00 BACH'S PREDECESSORS No. 4 The fourth of 
six programs presenting music by Bach's im- 
mediate predecessors (BBC). June 25 
JOHANN PACHELBEL Toccata 3m 
MICHAEL PRAETORIUS Motet (Mitten wir im 

leben sind) 6m 
HEINRICH SCHUTZ Two sacred songs 11m 
JOHANN CHRISTOPH BACH Motet for Two 

Choirs 5m 
JOHANN ROSENMULLER Chorale 2m 

3:30 CHINA ENTERS THE NUCLEAR AGE United 
States' China Policy: Problems and Prospects In 

the second program of this series, Mr. A. E. 

Manell begins his lecture with China's self-image. 

June 20 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 
5:30 TUDOR CHURCH MUSIC A program of religious 

music from the 15th century by John Taverner and 

Orlando Gibbons. Details on June 11 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant and Paul Schaffer 

7:00 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Correspondent 
Betty Pilkington analyzes some turns in U.N. 
affairs usually ignored by the mass media. 
June 24 

7:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER Station manager 
Chris Albertson brings news of the station and 
opens part of this live program to views from 
listeners. June 24 

7:45 COMMENTARY by Calvin Hicks, New York 
social worker, whose work centers around Negro 
and Puerto Rican young people on the Lower 
East Side. June 25 

8:00 FROM THE NEW SCHOOL The Contribution of 
Binswanger, Boss and Strauss to Psychotherapy 
The final of two guest lectures given in the 
Rollo May course at the New School. This one 
was delivered by Dr. Sabert Basescu, adjunct as- 
sociate professor of the New York University 
Graduate Department of Psychology and asso- 
ciate editor of the Review of Existential Psy- 
chology and Psychiatry. June 26 

9:15 CARL NIELSEN SONGS Interpreted and dis- 
cussed by Aksel Schiotz who knew the Danish 
composer. Talk between Aksel Schiotz and Ann 
McMillan will be interspersed with recordings of 
the Nielsen songs. The hundredth anniversary of 
Carl Nielsen's birth is being celebrated this 
year. June 26 

10:15 JAZZ LEGENDS Don Schlitten plays the music 
of Mary Ann McCall. 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 SING OUT Barbara Dane, blues and folk singer/ 
composer, and Irwin Silber, editor of the na- 
tional folk music magazine, Sing Out, and pub- 
lisher of Oak Books, start arguments, sing, and 
talk with people in the world of blues, jazz, folk 
and topical songs. 



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12:05 SELF KNOWLEDGE Consciousness, Continuity 
and Helping The thirteenth of fourteen programs 
given by J. Krishnamurti ot Ojai, California, in 
1949. 



1:05 SIGN-OFF 



THURSDAY, June 24 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 CONCERTI GROSSI, Op. 6 This is the first in a 
series of three programs containing all twelve 
Concerti Grossi of Op. 6. 

HANDEL (1685-1759) Concerti No. 1 in G, No. 2 
in F, No. 3 in e, No. 4 in a (Pro Arte Orchestra, 
Munich, directed by Kurt Redel) (VBX-22) . 
July 2 

9:30 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Correspondent 
Betty Pilkington. June 23 

9:45 CONVERSATIONS FROM THE INSTITUTE The 
Abdication of Congressional Responsibility for 
Foreign Policy Discussed by staff members of the 
Institute for Policy Studies in Washington. June 21 

10:15 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller presents music from the 1950's. 
, June 22 

11:15 MISCELLANY 

11:20 BLUES FOR THURSDAY Selected by Chris Al- 
bertson. 

12:00 AN INVITATION TO SPEAK A study of the in- 
terview in radio and television (BBC) . 

12:30 TWO PIANO SONATAS June 23 

MOZART Sonata in a, K. 310 (Walter Klien) (Vox 

SVBX5428) 21m 
BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 29 in B[j, Op. 106 ('Ham- 

merklavier') (Eduardo Del Pueyo) (Epic LC 

3555) 39m 

1:30 THE COLLEGE STUDENT Lawrence Handel con- 
tinues his inguiry. June 20 

2:30 THE AGE OF INVOLVEMENT Responsibility and 
Education Details on June 21 . 

3:30 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ with Ira Gitler. June 20 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 THE FRENCH HORN through the pen of Mozart, 
Brahms, and Strauss Mozart alone, of these three 
composers, contended with the valveless horn. 
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791) 
Horn Concerto No. 1 in D, K. 412; Horn Con- 
certo No. 2 in E^, K. 417 (Dennis Brain, horn ; 
Herbert von Karajan directs the Philharmonic 
Orch.) (Angel 35092) 
JOHANNES BRAHMS Horn Trio in E ^ , Op. 40, 
for violin, horn, and piano (Joseph Szigeti, 
violin; John Barrows, horn,- Mieczyslaw Hors- 
zowski, piano) Mercury MG 50210) 
RICHARD STRAUSS Horn Concerto No. 1 in Efc 
(Dennis Brain, horn ; Philharmonia Orch. direc- 
ted by Wolfgang Sawallisch) (Angel 35496) 
6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant 

7:00 THEATRE REVIEW Isaiah Sheffer reviews cur- 
rent theatre productions. June 25 

7:15 COMMENTARY by Dr. Fred Exner, conserva- 
tive, radiologist, fluoridation expert and jazz 
buff. June 25 

7:45 THE CHEKHOV LECTURES Four In this program, 
Michael Chekhov deals with 'Short Cuts to Ap- 
proaching the Part.' John Dehner provides a brief 
introduction (KPFK). 



9:00 ANTAL DORATI An interview followed by 
Dorati's interpretation of Bartok's 'Concerto for 
Orchestra.' June 22 

10:00 THE TINKERS OF IRELAND Life for the seven 

thousand itinerant people of Ireland (Tinkers is 
the dirty word for them.) is an endless nightmare 
of compulsory 'moving on.' Gratton and Venice 
Puxon, two young people who have been work- 
ing among the itinerants and sharing their lives 
since the winter of 1963, tell how they have been 
trying to arouse public concern for these people. 
They are interviewed by Theodore Roszak, editor 
of Peace News. June 26 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 =00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 TALK BACK The live program utilizing our tele- 
phone system. All of the programs deal with cur- 
rent issues in the fields of politics or the arts and 
are conducted by various staff members. A brief 
discussion in the studio is followed by a forum 
open to listeners. You may participate during this 
portion by calling OX 7-8506. 

1 :05 MUSIC AFTER Edwin Ross plays requests for any 
musical selection which comes under the general 
category of 'classical.' 

FRIDAY, June 25 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 CONCERTI GROSSI, OP. 6 of George Frederic 

Handel The second in a series of three containing 

all twelve Concerti Grossi of Op. 6. July 3. 

HANDEL (1685-1759) Concerti No. 5 in D, No. 6 in 

g, and No. 7 in B|j (Pro Arte Orchestra, Munich, 

directed by Kurt Redel) (VBX-22) 

9:30 THEATRE REVIEW Isaiah Sheffer. June 24 

9:45 COMMENTARY by Dr. Fred Exner. June 24 

10:30 THE JUDY COLLINS SHOW Folk singer Judy 
Collins sings and talks with her guests. June 21 

11:30 MATHEMATICS AND LIFE The third program in 
in this series. June 22 

12:00 THE BBC PLAYHOUSE Say Goodbye to the 

Lady A play about a peculiar little boy or a play 
about a normal little boy who had peculiar par- 
ents (BBC). 

12:30 PIANO CONCERTOS BY PROKOFIEV June 29 
Piano Concerto No. 3 (John Browning, piano/ 

Philharmonia Orch/Leinsdorf (Decca P 8545) 
Piano Concerto No. 5 (Lorin Hollander, piano/ 

Boston Symph/Leinsdorf) (Victor LM 2732) 24m 

1:30 COUNTRY MUSIC Bill Vernon plays selections. 
June 20 

2:00 THE EPIC: The Odyssey: A Modern Sequel The 

final in this series on the epic June 20 

3:00 MASS BY SCHUBERT Franz Schubert's Mass in 
G Major by the Robert Shaw Chorale. June 23 

3:30 THE ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS AND OTHER 
FAILURES A talk, in disagreement with official 
United States' evaluation of the success of the 
Alliance for Progress, by Mexican economist 
Edmundo Flores. June 22 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 SYMPHONIES BASED ON OPERAS A symphony 
by Prokofiev and one by Hindemith-each work 
based on an opera by its composer. Details on 
June 8 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant and Paul Schaffer 

7:00 COMMENTARY by William Winter, radio com- 
mentator; recorded for us in California. June 28 

7:15 MISCELLANY 



7:30 COMMENTARY Herbert Aptheker, former editor 
of Political Affairs, theoretical journal of the 
Communist Party, at present Director of the 
American Institute for Marxist Studies. June 28 

7:45 MEDICAL RESOURCES AND HUMAN RIGHTS 

A conversation with Dr. H. Geiger, assistant pro- 
fessor in Public Health at Harvard University, on 
the Medical Committee for Human Rights and its 
interest in the medical care of southern Negroes. 
June 30 

8:15 MUSIC OF LESTER TRIMBLE The American com- 
poser's 'Symphony in Two Movements', 'Four 
Fragments from the Caunterbury Tales,' 'Five 
Episodes for Orchestra' and 'Closing Piece.' De- 
tails on June 15 

9:15 THE LIZ SENEFF SHOW Folk singer Liz Seneff 
sings, mostly, and talks about her songs. June 30 

9:45 BOOKS AND AUTHORS Another in this series 
of interviews and talks with authors about their 
work. July 1 
10:15 THE SCIENCE CRITIC Internal Factors in Evolu- 
tion discussed by Marshall Deutsch. June 28 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 BACH'S PREDECESSORS NO. 4 More music by 
some of Bach's immediate predecessors: Pachel- 
bel, Praetorius, Schutz, J. C. Bach and Rosen- 
muller. Details on June 23 

11:30 FROM THE POETRY CENTER John Wain The 

British poet, novelist and critic reads from his 
unpublished long poem, 'Wild Track,' before an 
audience at the Poetry Center of the 92nd Street 
YM-YWHA. June 28 

12:05 NEGRO MUSIC Charles Hobson focuses on 
calypso and music from the West Indies. June 29 

1.05 RADIO UNNAMEABLE Robert Fass continues, 
into the night. 

SATURDAY, June 26 

8:00 CONCERTI GROSSI, OP. 6 of George Frederic 
Handel This is the last of three programs contain- 
ing all twelve Concerti Grossi of Op. 6. 
HANDEL (1685-1759) Concerti No. 8 in c, No. 9 in 
F, No. 10 in d, No. 11 in A, No. 12 in b (Pro 
Arte Orchestra, Munich, directed by Kurt Redel) 
(VBX-22) July 4 

9:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty. 

10:45 EDGARD VARESE A selection of works com- 
posed over a period of thirty years. Details on 
June 21 

11 :45 ARMCHAIR ASTRONOMY Summer Stars— Swans 
and Scorpions Discussed by James S. Pickering 
of the Hayden Planetarium. June 28 

12:15 REMEMBER THE YEAR With a Song Archie Roth- 
man finishes remembering the 30's with the songs 
of that decade which were based on Yiddish, 
Italian and other origins. 

12:45 BACH'S PREDECESSORS NO. 5 The fifth of six 
programs presenting music by Bach's immediate 
predecessors. June 29 
JOHANN KUHNAU Biblical Sonata (8m) 
ESAJAS REUSNER Suite in G Minor (8m) 
JOHANN JAKOB FROBERGER Toccata No. 2 in 

D Minor (3m) 
REUSNER Chorale (Herzlich thut mich verlangen) 
(5m) 

1:15 THE TINKERS OF IRELAND Two young people 
who lived for two years with the itinerant people 
of Ireland, discuss their concern with Theodore 
Roszak. June 24 



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2:00 JAZZ with multi-reed man, WBAI subscriber, 
Roland Kirk. 

4:00 TAKING STOCK OF WALL STREET Another in 
this series of programs on the New York Stock Ex- 
change, produced for WBAI by William Kent. 

4:30 FROM THE NEW SCHOOL The Contribution of 
Binswanger, Boss, and Strauss to Psychotherapy 

The final of two guest lectures given as part of the 
Rollo May course,- this one by Dr. Sabert Basescu. 
June 23 

5:45 CARL NIELSEN SONGS Interpreted and dis- 
cussed by Aksel Schiotz Details on June 23 

6:45 NEWS Paul Schaffer 

7:00 THE LAST MINUTE Space saved for programs of 
immediacy which arrive too late for regular list- 
ing in the folio. 

8:00 OLD JAZZ with Don Heckman. 

9:00 INQUISITION IN EDEN Alvah Bessie has com- 
pleted a book documenting his experience as 
one of ten writers who refused to cooperate with 
HUAC during the 1947 investigation of the film 
industry. In this interview with Jack Nessel, Mr. 
Bessie discusses this experience and his reasons 
(KPFA). June 28 

9:45 BERGEN FESTIVAL FIVE A complete performance 
of Romeo et Juliette' (Dramatic Symphony) by 
Hector Berlioz. Sixten Ehrling conducts the Bergen 
Symphony Orchestra with the Chorus of the 
Bergen Teacher's Training College. The soloists 
are: Josephine Veasey, mezzo-soprano; William 
McAlpine, tenor; and David Ward, bass. July 2 

11 :00 POEMS: X. J. Kennedy In this program recorded 
in 1962, the poet reads and comments on his first 
book, Nude Descending a Staircase (Archives). 
July 1 

11:30 THE HIP '400' Frank Brady talks with Jack 
Gelber, controversial playwright and author of 
The Connection, The Apple, and Square in the 
Eye. June 29 

12:00 IN-SIDE Uncle Chris continues his re-runs with 
sounds of Gamma's fifth 'L-Shaped Lady' adven- 
ture. 

1.00 SIGN-OFF 

SUNDAY, June 27 

8:00 17TH ALDEBURGH FESTIVAL OF MUSIC AND 
THE ARTS with music by Franz Schubert (1797- 
1828) and Francis Poulenc (1899-1963). June 12 

9:30 A RADIO PORTRAIT of Angus Wilson Second 
in this series,- this one introduced by V. S. 
Naipaul (BBC). July 3 

10:00 GOLDEN VOICES with Anthony Boucher. 

10:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER News from the station 
and views from listeners. June 23 

11:00 GUSTAVE MAHLER (1860-1911) Symphony No. 1 

in D This was not the first symphony which came 
from Mahler's pen. Details on June 22 

12:00 CHINA ENTERS THE NUCLEAR AGE China: A 
Challenge to U.S. Foreign Policy Charles E. Porter 
advocates the recognition of Mainland China. Mr. 
Porter is now an attorney in Oregon. From 1956 
to 1960 he was a U.S. Congressman from Oregon. 
This talk was recorded at the University of Wash- 
ington in November and is made available to 
Pacifica by KRAB. June 30 

1:00 BACH'S MASS IN B MINOR Eugene Ormandy 
conducts the Philadelphia Orchestra. Soloists are: 
Eleanor Steber, soprano,- Rosalind Elias, con- 



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tralto; Richard Verreau, tenor, Richard Cross, 
bass-baritone. The choral parts are sung by The 
Temple University Choir (Col M3L 280). June 30 

3:00 CINEMATHEQUE FRANCAISE This archive, lo- 
cated in the Palaise de Challiot on the Right Bank 
of Paris, now has more than 50,000 film titles. 
Ruth Hirschman discusses its policies and effects 
with its director, Henri Langlois, in a recent inter- 
view in Paris (KPFK). 

4:00 A BIRD FANCYER'S DELIGHT A concert of 
melodies that were once used as teaching pieces 
for birds — the intention being that the birds 
learn the tunes played to them and sing them 
back to their masters. June 19 

4:45 KEYSERLING ON POVERTY Economist Leon 
Keyserling of the Conference of Economic 
Progress, author of Progress or Poverty, delivers 
a Keynesian critique of American economic policy 
and income distribution in the United States. 

5:30 DUTCH LIGHT MUSIC Guitarist Eddy Christiani 
and an harmonica trio, the Hotchas, are intro- 
duced by Teddy Scholten (Radio Nederland). 

5:45 THE MAD HATTER Don Calfa and many others 
of equal note. 

6:15 COUNTRY MUSIC Tom Whitmore plays south- 
ern, bluegrass and hillbilly music. July 2 

6:45 NEWS Paul Schaffer 

7:00 FROM THE CENTER The Kibbutz Revisited Scott 
Buchanan, an old Kibbutznick at heart, asks 
Viscount Samuel of Hebrew University, about the 
relevance of the Kibbutz experience to Israel. 
June 28 

7:30 UNCONSCIOUS FACTORS IN CREATIVITY 

Novelist Arthur Koestler delivers the first of two 
lectures on the creative process. The speaker is 
introduced to his University of California audi- 
ence by Professor Mark Schorer (KPFK). July 2 

8:45 FOSS, NAGEL, AND CHOU Early works of three 
contemporary composers. Lukas Foss studied with 
Hindemith and Julius Herford; Robert Nagel was 
a student of Bergsma, Copland, Mennin and 
Persichetti; and Chou Wen-Chung was a student 
of Luening, Slonimsky, and Varese. July 3 
LUKAS FOSS String Quartet No. 1 (The American 

Art Quartet) (Col ML 5476) 21m 
ROBERT NAGEL Concerto for Trumpet and Strings, 

Op. 8 (Eugene Blee, trumpet; the Peninsula 

Festival Orchestra, directed by Thor Johnson) 

(CRI-122) 13m 
CHOU WEN-CHUNG Landscapes (the Peninsula 

Festival Orchestra/Thor Johnson) (CRI-122) 8m 

9:30 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC OPIN- 
ION Highway Safety — One Free-lance science 
writer, Paul Silver, discusses this subject with his 
guests: William Haddon, Jr., acting assistant 
Health Commissioner, New York Department of 
Health; Daniel Patrick Moynihan, assistant Secre- 
tary of Labor; and Ralph Nader, Connecticut 
attorney. July 1 

10:30 BACH'S PREDECESSORS NO. 3 Music by Bach's 
immediate predecessors — this time featuring: 
Bernhard, Scheidt, Dressier and Isaac. Details on 
June 22 

11:00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ with Dan Morgenstern, 
New York editor of Down Beat magazine. July 1 

12:00 SIGN-OFF 



MONDAY, June 28 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 THE JANACEK STRING QUARTET This group 
plays Haydn's 'String Quartet in D Minor' and 
Janacek's 'String Quartet No. 2' (BBC). June 30 

9:30 COMMENTARY by William Winter. June 25 

9:45 MISCELLANY 

10:00 COMMENTARY by Herbert Aptheker. June 25 

10:15 WORLD IN NEW YORK Josephine Lyons talks in 
this fourth program of her series with Miss Lola- 
Baer, an Israeli designer about the new museum 
in Jerusalem and international tastes. 

10:45 ORLANDO Dl LASSO (1532-1594) Prophetiae 

Sibyllarum, an early work of this composer. De- 
tails on June 22 

11:15 INQUISITION IN EDEN Alvah Bessie, author 
of a recent book about his experiences with 
HUAC, discusses those experiences with Jack 
Nessel (KPFK). June 26 

12:00 THE BBC PLAYHOUSE End of Term A play about 
a house-master (BBC) . 

12:30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT The Royal Philharmonic 
Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult and Sir 
William Walton (BBC). July 1 
CHERUBINI Overture to 'Anacreon' (Boult) 9m 
SIBELIUS Symphony No. 7 in C (Boult) 19m 
WALTON Variations on a Theme of Hindemith 
(Walton) 23m 

1:30 THE SCIENCE CRITIC Internal Factors in Evolu- 
tion Marshall Deutsch. June 25 

2:00 FROM THE POETRY CENTER John Wain, poet, 
novelist and critic, reads from his work. June 25 

2:30 HARPSICHORD MUSIC OF FRECOBALDI, 
SCARLATTI, AND BACH Two Centuries of Harpsi- 
chord Music. Details on June 21 

3:30 FROM THE CENTER The Kibbutz Revisited 

Discussed by Scott Buchanan and Viscount 
Samuel. June 27 

4:00 ARMCHAIR ASTRONOMY Summer Stars — 
Swans and Scorpions discussed by James Picker- 
ing. June 26 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC by Conservative Com- 
posers A program of music by Sessions, Hanson, 
Bergsma, and Berger. Details on June 7 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant and Paul Schaffer 

7:00 NEW BOOKS Chris Koch reviews new books, 
talks with authors, and otherwise explores new 
publications. June 29 

7:30 CONVERSATIONS FROM THE INSTITUTE The 
Future of NATO Marcus G. Raskin, Richard J. 
Barnet and Arthur Waskow of the Institute for 
Policy Studies recorded this discussion for 
Pacifica at WAMU-FM. July 1 

8:00 THE JUDY COLLINS SHOW Folk singer Judy 
Collins continues her series of informal talks and 
mutual singings with her contemporaries in the 
folk music field. June 4 

9:00 ART FORUM Problems of Art Criticism Max 
Kozloff, Barbara Rose and Sidney Tillim discuss 
the role of the art critic in appraising contempo- 
rary art. June 29 

10:00 MISCELLANY 

10:15 STRIDE PIANO with Mike Lipskin. Another in 
this series of programs illustrating the musical 
force which influenced most of the jazz greats. 
June 29 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 



11 =00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 SPOLETO FESTIVAL Thirteen Rossini's Stobat 
Mater' from the 1964 Spoleto Festival. The work is 
performed by Orchestra of Teatro Verdi di Trieste 
and the Chrous of the Accademia Nazionale di 
Santa Cecilia under the direction of Thomas 
Schippers. July 2 

12:05 DAVE LAMBERT'S PROGRAM Continuing this 
series of jazz programs, produced by Dave Lam- 
bert, formerly with Lambert, Hendricks and Ross. 

1:05 SIGN-OFF 

TUESDAY, June 29 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 ALPINE SONGS BY ERNST KRENEK This song 
cycle ('Travel Book from the Austrian Alps') is 
the result of a journey through the Austrian Alps 
in 1929. There are twenty songs; they are per- 
formed by Rudo Timper, tenor, with the composer 
at the piano (BLE 14 113). July 4 

9:30 NEW BOOKS Chris Koch explores new publi- 
cations. June 28 

10:00 MISCELLANY 

10:15 STRIDE PIANO Mike Lipskin illustrates this jazz 
force. June 28 

10:45 CHARLES IVES (1874-1954) A selection of Ives' 
music from one of the few recordings of his works 
made during his lifetime. Over the Pavements, 
The Unanswered Question, Hallowe'en, Central 
Park in the Dark Some Forty Years Ago (Poly- 
music Chamber Orchestra directed by Vladimir 
Cherniavsky) Sonata Number Two for Violin and 
Piano, and Trio: Largo (Elliot Magaziner, violin; 
Frank Glazer, Piano; David Weber, Clarinet) 
(Polymusic Records 1001). July 1 

11 :30 A RADIO PORTRAIT of Graham Green From the 
BBC. June 20 

12:00 THE BBC PLAYHOUSE Cuppa What mystery sur- 
rounds the Cuppa Cafe? 

12:30 MUSIC FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA Two con- 
temporary works, one by Barber (piano concerto) 
and the other by Bernstein (2nd symphony). De- 
tails on June 21 

1:30 THE HIP '400' Frank Brady interviews con- 
troversial playwright, Jack Gelber. June 26 

2:00 BACH'S PREDECESSORS NO. 6 The last of six 
programs of music by Bach's immediate predeces- 
sors (BBC). July 2 

JOHANN PEZEL Two Intradas and a sonata (7m) 
JOHANN WALTHER Motet (3m) 
HEINRICH SCHEIDEMANN Chorale Prelude (4m) 
VINCENT LUBECK Cantata for Solo Voices (8m) 
JOHANN CRUGER Chorale (4m) 

2:30 ART FORUM Problems of Art Criticism Max 

Kozloff, Barbara Rose and Sidney Tillim discuss 
this subject. June 28 

3:30 NEGRO MUSIC Charles Hobson plays calypso. 
June 25 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 SWIFT MUSIC AND BEAUTY MUSIC (1965) A 
Concert of Lucia Dlugoszewski especially re- 
corded for WBAI broadcast. It is followed by 
talk between Lucia Dlugoszewski and Ann 
McMillan June 16 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant 

7:00 MISCELLANY 



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7:15 SPECIAL REPORT Prepared by our news editor, 
Miss Grant. June 30 

7:30 THE KING-HALL LONDON LETTER Another in 
this series of commentaries by Sir Stephen King- 
Hall. June 30 

7:45 ELECTRONIC MISCELLANY 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller continues his series examining the 
forces of trends in modern music. Mr. Schuller 
presents music from the 1950's. July 1 

9:00 MISCELLANY 

9:15 WHATEVER HAPPENED TO . . . THE TWO BABY 
PEGGYS? Eighteen hours after Mr. Lamparski's 
article on his search for the child stars appeared 
in the New York Times, both were located. Mr. 
Lamparski will tell the whereabouts of the original 
silent screen moppet and interview the second 
who was one of vaudeville's top headliners in the 
early 30's. Yes, we found Baby Peggy through 
the New York Times. June 30 

9:45 BACH'S PREDECESSORS NO. 5 The fifth of six 
programs of music by Bach's immediate predeces- 
sors. Details on June 26 

10:15 MATHEMATICS AND LIFE Fourth in this series 
of programs based on the book by Dr. Miriam 
Yevick. In this program, Dr. Yevick's guests are 
Professor David Finkelstein and Mrs. Helene 
Zuckerman. July 2 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 TWO PIANO CONCERTOS BY PROKOFIEV 

Pianist John Browning plays the 3rd, Lorin Hol- 
lander the 2nd. Details on June 25 

12:05 A FEATHER TO FLY WITH A Victorian thriller by 
Charles Franklin of a young girl who is turned out 
of her uncle's house — and seeks revenge (BBC) . 

1:05 SIGN-OFF 

WEDNESDAY, June 30 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 OPERA BY PURCELL Henry Purcell's opera Dido 
and Aeneas' performed by the Oriana Concert 
Choir and Orchestra under the direction of 
Alfred Deller (Bach Guild 664). 

9:30 MISCELLANY 

9:45 SPECIAL REPORT Prepared by Miss Grant. 

June 29 
10:00 THE KING HALL LONDON LETTER Sir Stephen 

King-Hall. June 29 
10:15 MISCELLANY 

10:30 THE LIZ SENEFF SHOW With folk singer, Miss 
Seneff. June 25 

11 :00 WHATEVER HAPPENED TO . . . THE TWO BABY 
PEGGYS? Mr. Lamparski tells the whereabouts of 
the first child star — and talks with the second. 
June 29 

11:30 RICHARD DYER-BENNET sings a group of songs 

of Anglo-Saxon origins. 
12:00 THE BBC PLAYHOUSE Across Miss Desmond's 

Desk The local librarian and the schoolmaster. 

12:30 BACH'S MASS IN B MINOR Eugene Ormandy 
and the Philadelphia Orchestra. Details on 
June 27 - 



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2:30 MEDICAL RESOURCES AND HUMAN RIGHTS 

A conversation with Dr. H. Geiger, assistant pro- 
fessor in Public Health at Harvard. June 25 

3:00 MENDELSSOHN'S OCTET IN E FLAT Felix 
Mendelssohn's Opus 20 is for 4 violins, 2 violas 
and 4 cellos: Jascha Heifetz, Israel Baker, Arnold 
Belnick and Joseph Stepansky, violins,- William 
Primrose and Virginia Majewski, violas; Gregor 
Piatigorsky and Gabor Rejto, cellos (Victor LD 
6159). 

3:30 CHINA ENTERS THE NUCLEAR AGE China: A 
Challenge to U.S. Foreign Policy Former Cong- 
ressman, Charles E. Porter, advocates the rec- 
ognition of Mainland China. June 7 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 THE FRENCH HORN through the pen of Mozart, 
Brahms, and Strauss Details on June 24 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant aand Paul Schaffer 

7:00 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Correspondent 
Betty Pilkington analyzes some turns in U.N. af- 
fairs usually ignored by the mass media. July 1 

7:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER Station manager 
Chris Albertson brings news of the station and 
opens part of this live program to views from 
listeners. July 4 

7:45 COMMENTARY by Calvin Hicks, New York 
social worker whose work centers around Negro 
and Puerto Rican young people on the Lower East 
Side. July 2 

8:00 FROM THE NEW SCHOOL Woody Klein, city 

editor of the World Telegram and Sun and author 
of Let in the Sun (Macmillan), gave a course at 
the New School for Social Research. The course, 
under the general title of 'The Civil Rights Revolu- 
tion and the Press,' studied the roles of the white 
and Negro press. The course focuses on trends 
in major newspapers and magazines, particularly 
New York based media. Mr. Klein works with 
guest speakers and the first of these is Marvin 
Rich of CORE. July 3 

9:15 THE JANACEK STRING QUARTET Haydn's String 
Quartet in D Minor' and Janacek's 'String Quartet 
No. 2' (BBC). June 28 

10:15 JAZZ LEGENDS Don Schlitten plays the music 
of Herbie Steward. 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 SING OUT Barbara Dane, blues and folk 
singer/composer, and Irwin Siber, editor of the 
national folk music magazine, Sing Out, and pub- 
lisher of Oak Books, start arguments, sing and 
talk with people in the world of blues, jazz, folk 
and topical songs. 

12.05 SELF KNOWLEDGE Love, Seeking The last in 
this series of fourteen talks by Indian philosopher, 
J. Krishnamurti, on the 'Pursuit of Self Knowledge.' 
(Archives) 

1:05 SIGN-OFF 



THURSDAY, July 1 

7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT The Royal Philharmonic 
Orchestra performs works by Cherubini, Sibelius 
and Walton. Details on June 28 



9:30 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Correspondent 
Betty Pilkington. June 30 

9:45 CONVERSATIONS FROM THE INSTITUTE The 
Future of NATO A discussion between members 
of the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington 
(WAMU). June 28 

10:15 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller continues his series examining the 
forces of trends in modern music. Mr. Schuller 
presents music from the 1950's. June 29 

11:15 MISCELLANY 

11:30 BOOKS AND AUTHORS Talks and interviews 
with authors about their work. June 25 

12:00 THE BBC PLAYHOUSE Wednesday's Child is full 
full of woe. But she's really beautiful and lives 
happily ever after. 

12:30 ALESSANDRO SCARLATTI (1660-1725) The Saint 
Philip Oratorio (San Filippo Neri). Details on 
June 22 

1:30 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC OPIN- 
ION Highway Safety — One Free-lance science 
writer Paul Silver discusses this subject with his 
guests, whose names may be found on June 27. 

2:30 RICHARD DYER-BENNET sings a group of songs 
of Anglo-Saxon origin. Details on June 30 

3:00 POEMS: X. J. Kennedy The poet reads and com- 
ments on his book (Archives). June 26 

3:30 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ with Dan Morgenstern of 
Down Beat magazine. June 27 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 SONG CYCLE BY HINDEMITH Das Marienleben 

by Paul Hindemith is based on poems by Rainer 
Maria Rilke. Details on June 14 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant 

7:00 FILMS Norman Fruchter and Henry Heifetz re- 
view current motion pictures. July 2 

7:30 COMMENTARY by Sy Landy of New Politics 

magazine, an independent socialist guarterly. 
July 2 

7:45 THE CHEKHOV LECTURERS Five Michael Chek- 
hov recalls Stanislavsky and other Russian direc- 
tors with whom he worked. This is the first of two 
such discussions and the fifth in this exclusive 
series. Introduced by John Dehner; produced by 
David Ossman (KPFK). 

9:00 CHARLES IVES (1874-1954) a selection of Ives 
compositions. Details on June 29. 

9:45 MELMAN ON THE WAR ECONOMY Professor of 
Industrial Engineering, Seymour Melman of Co- 
lumbia, author of Our Depleted Society, argues 
that disproportionate military expenditure has 
led to a pervasive decline in the purposes and 
methods by which America's resources are 
utilized. July 5 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 TALK BACK Continuing this series of live pro- 
grams dealing with current issues in the fields 
of politics or the arts and conducted by various 
staff members. The subject being discussed and 
the guests are announced on the air prior to 
broadcast. You may participate by calling 
OX 7-8506. 

1:05 MUSIC AFTER Edwin Ross plays reguests for 
selections which come under the general category 
of classical.' 



PROGRAMS FOR 
YOUNG PEOPLE 

4:30 — 5:30 P.M. 



MONDAY, JUNE 7 

Treasure Island - Part Five of the BBC serializa- 
tion. 

For Very Young People — another in the series for 
pre-school children with Ivie Stevenson. 

"Curry in Everything" — a Bear Story with Eric 
St. Clair. 

"Amigo" — Peggy Buckley reads the book (Mac- 
millan) by Byrd Baylor Schweitzer. 

TUESDAY, JUNE 8 

Treasure Island — Connclusion. 

A Signpost to a Little Prairie Wolf. 

Mrs. Ebba Haslund from Norway tells about 

Nansen the explorer. 
Toys Plus Orchestra. 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9 

Tales from the East — Chrystabel Weerasinghe. 

The Story of the Gramaphone (BBC). 

"Goops (and How To Be Them)" — a manual of 
manners for polite infants by Gelett Burgess, pub- 
lished by Lippincott in 1900. Read by Jack 
Hirschman. 

Square Dance Music. 

THURSDAY, JUNE 10 

Armchair Astronomy — Quasi Stellar Objects are 
discussed by Dr. Kenneth L, Franklin of the 
Hayden Planetarium. 

Millie Weitz reads from A. A. Milne - "In Which 
Rabbit Has a Busy Day and We Learn What 
Christopher Robin Does in the Morning. 

Sing Along in Greek. 

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FRIDAY. JUNE 11 

How Things Began — Man and the Forests (BBC) 
"The Great Kerplunk" - Margie King reads the 

book by Alex King. 
Children's Pieces by Kabalevsky. 

SATURDAY, JUNE 12 9:30-10:30 a.m. 

"The Great Quillo" - David Marks reads the story 

by James Thurber. 
"The Story of Babar" read by Fredi Dundee. 

MONDAY, JUNE 14 

For Very Young People — especially for 2-5 year 

olds. 
"The Little Prince" — Nina Serrano Landau reads 

the story by Antoine St. Exupery — Part One. 
"Mud Pies and Other Recipes" — Vivian Mazzone. 
Piano Music for Children by Erik Satie. 

TUESDAY. JUNE 15 

A Signpost to Man's Victory Over Darkness. 

Little Prince — Part Two. 

The Story of the Steamship (BBC). 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16 

Tales from the East — Chrystabel Weerasinghe. 

Little Prince — Part Three. 

Mother Goose — Ritchard, Holm and Karloff. 

THURSDAY. JUNE 17 

Armchair Astronomy — Dr. Thomas D. Nicholson 
and Dr. Frankin M. Branley of the Hayden 
Planetarium talk about motions of the moon. 

Little Prince — Conclusion. 

FRIDAY, JUNE 18 

How Things Began — The First Farmers. (BBC) 
"The Man Who Could Work Miracles" - The H. 
G. Wells story read by Mary Alan Hokanson. 

SATURDAY, JUNE 19 9:30-10:30 a.m. 

"Your Money or Your Life — Parts One and Two 
of the BBC Thriller. More next Saturday. 

Hugh Downs narrates Benjamin Britten's Young 
Person's Guide to the Orchestra. 



MONDAY, JUNE 21 

For Very Young People — especially for 2-5 year 

olds. 
"The Little House in the Big Woods" — Virginia 

Maynard reads Part One of the story by Laura 

Ingals Wilder. 
Songs by G & S — Martyn Green. 

TUESDAY, JUNE 22 

A Signpost to a Whiskered Friend. 
Little House — Part Two. 

Peter Gerald reads "Prince Ivan and the Firebird" 
— a Russian fairy tale. 

WEDNESDAY. JUNE 23 

Tales from the East — Chrystabel Weerasinghe. 
Little House — Part Three. 

"Drippy the Runaway Raindrop" — told by Keenan 
Wynn. 

THURSDAY. JUNE 24 

Armchair Astronomy — The Quiet Sun is discussed 
by Dr. Kenneth L. Franklin of the Hayden Plane- 
tarium. 

Little House — Part Four. 

FRIDAY, JUNE 25 

How Things Began — Weavers and Potters (BBC). 
Little House — Part Five (concluded next week.) 
"Yertle the Turtle" - read in English and French 
by Odette. 

SATURDAY. JUNE 26 9:30-10:30 a.m. 

Your Money or Your Life — Part Three (more next 

Saturday). 
Mary Alan Hokanson reads a story by Gerald Dur- 

rell. 

MONDAY, JUNE 28 

For Very Young People — especially for 2-5 year 

olds. 
Little House — Part Six. 
"The Pied Piper of Hamlin" - narrated by Dr. 

Belle Kennedy, music written and played by Eain 

Pollock. Dennis Turner is the Piper. 

TUESDAY, JUNE 29 

A Signpost to the Shells. 

Little House — Conclusion. 

Time for Rhyme — Louise Vincent. 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30 

Tales from the East — Chrystabel Weerasinghe. 
"The Mash King's Daughter" - Part One, read by 
Mike Tigar. Pete Seeger Sings. 

THURSDAY, JULY 1 

Armchair Astronomy — Our Galaxy is discussed by 
Dr. Fred C. Hess and Dr. Thomas D. Nicholson 
of the Hayden Planetarium. 

The Marsh King's Daughter. - Conclusion. 

FRIDAY, JULY 2 

How Things Began - The Metal Workers. 
"The Birthday of the Infanta" Diana Leigh Wil- 
liams reads the story by Oscar Wilde. 

SATURDAY. JULY 3 9:30-10:30 a.m. 

Your Money or Your Life - Parts Five and Six of 

the BBC thriller. More next week. 

Betty McDonald reads about Pippy Longstocking. 



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7:00 WHERE IT'S AT Conducted by A. B. Spellman. 

8:30 CONCERTI GROSSI, OP. 6 of George Frederic 

Handel This is the first in a series of three pro- 
grams containing all twelve concerti of Op. 6. De- 
tails on June 24 

9:30 FILMS Fruchter, Heifetz and motion pictures. 
July 1 

10:00 COMMENTARY by Sy Landy of New Politics. 
July 1 

10:15 COMMENTARY by Calvin Hicks, New York so- 
cial worker. July 1 

10:30 THE JUDY COLLINS SHOW Folk singer Judy 
Collins sings and talks with her guests. June 28 

11 :30 MATHEMATICS AND LIFE Continuing the series, 
based on the book by Dr. Mirian Yevick. June 29 

12:00 THE BBC PLAYHOUSE The Devoted Companion 
who gets treated shabbily, naturally. 



12:30 SPOLETO FESTIVAL Thirteen A performance of 
Gioacchino Rossini's 'Stabat Mater' for Soloists, 
Chorus and Orchestra. Details on June 28 

1:30 COUNTRY MUSIC Tom Whitmore plays selec- 
tions of same. June 27 

2:00 UNCONSCIOUS FACTORS IN CREATIVITY Nov- 
elist Arthur Koestler delivers the first of two lec- 
tures on the creative process. June 27 

3:15 BERGEN FESTIVAL Five A complete performance 
of Hector Berlioz' dramatic symphony, 'Romeo et 
Juliette.' Details on June 26 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:30 CHAMBER CONCERT Works by Beethoven, Fran- 
caix and Carter for woodwind groups. Details on 
June 9 

6:45 NEWS Joanne Grant and Paul Schaffer 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Martin J. Corbin, Managing 
editor of the Catholic Worker. July 5 

7:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS by William Man- 
del, translator from the Soviet Press and author 
of Russia Re-examined and other books. July 5 

7:30 MISCELLANY 

7:45 BACH'S PREDECESSORS NO. 6 The last of six 

programs of music by Bach's predecessors. Pieces 
by Pezel, Walther, Scheidemann, Lubeck and 
Cruger will be heard. Details on June 29 

8:15 TEACHING THE UNDERPRIVILEGED Psychiatry 
Professor Frank Riessman of Albert Einstein Col- 
lege of Medicine, author of The Culturally De- 
prived Child, evaluates proposed strategies for 
teaching children of the slums. He is introduced 
by novelist Jeremy Larner. July 6 

9:15 THE LIZ SENEFF SHOW Folk singer Liz Seneff 
sings and talks about her songs. July 7 

9:45 BOOKS AND AUTHORS Another in this series 
of talks and interviews with authors about their 
work. July 8 

10:15 LIVE Call Marshall Deutsch during this half hour 
at OX 7-8506 and have dialogue. 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 COMMENTARY Jeffrey St. John 

11:05 BERGEN FESTIVAL Six Oivind Bergh leads the 
Norwegian Radio and Television Orchestra in a 
program from the 1964 Bergen Festival. July 3 
OLE OLSEN Petite Suite for Strings and Piano 

(Johan Oian, pianist) 
KLAUS EGGE Sonata Patetica (Kjell Baekkelund, 

pianist) 
CHRISTIAN SINDING Suite in a for Violin and 

Orchestra (Ornulf Boye Hansen, violinist) 

12:05 NEGRO MUSIC Charles Hobson and his guest, 
gospel authority Buddy Franklin, discuss and play 
gospel quartets. July 6 

1:05 RADIO UNNAMEABLE Little Bobbie Fass and 
many others. 



SATURDAY, July 3 

8:00 MUSIC FROM THE EMPIRE OF CHARLES V 

We hear sacred and secular music of the 
following composers: (Anonymous), Martin de 
Rivaflecha, Cristobal de Morales, Alonso Mu- 
darra, Luis Milan, Mateo Flecha, Diego Oritz, 
Antonio de Cabezon, Nicholas Gombert, Thomas 
Crecquillon, and Arnolt Schlick. (New York Pro 
Musica, Noah Greenberg, directing) (Decca DL 
9409) (Roger Blanchard Vocal Ensemble (None- 
such H1051) 

9:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty. 



10:45 CONCERTI GROSSI, OP. 6 of George Frederic 
Handel This is the second in a series of three con- 
certs. Details on June 25 

11:45 ARMCHAIR ASTRONOMY Astronomical Explo- 
sions discussed by Kenneth L. Franklin and Frank- 
lyn M. Branley of the Hayden Planetarium. 
July 5 

12:15 REMEMBER THE YEAR With a Song Archie Roth- 
man continues to remember years past. 

12:45 FOSS NAGEL, AND CHOU Early works by three 
contemporary composers with different influences. 
Details on June 27 

1:30 POEMS: Martin Halpern In this program, re- 
corded in 1962, the poet reads from his collection. 
Two Sides of an Island and Other Poems 
(Archives) . 

2:00 JAZZ with WBAI's promotion and publicity di- 
rector, Jean French. 

4:00 FROM THE NEW SCHOOL Woody Klein The first 
in a new series of programs delivered by the 
city editor of the World Telegram and Sun; orig- 
inally given at the New School. June 30 

5:15 BERGEN FESTIVAL Six Music by Norwegian com- 
posers from the 1964 Bergen Festival: Olsen, Egge 
and Sinding. Details on July 2 

6:15 A RADIO PORTRAIT of Angus Wilson Second in 
this series from the BBC. June 27 

6:45 NEWS Paul Schaffer 

7:00 THE LAST MINUTE Space saved for programs of 
immediacy which arrive too late for regular list- 
ings in the folio. 

8:00 NEW JAZZ with Don Heckman. 

9:00 THEATRE INTERVIEWS: John Arden Ted Roszak, 
editor, and Albert Hunt, drama critic of the 
British publication, Peace News, talk with play- 
right John Arden about his work and about the 
British and American theatre scene. Mr. Arden, 
author of Sgt. Musgrave's Dance, The Waters of 
Babylon, and other plays, was interviewed in the 
BBC studios exclusively for Pacifica Radio. 
July 9 

9:45 SPOLETO FESTIVAL Fourteen A concert from the 
1954 Festival presenting works by Berg, Faure and 
Kodaly. Details on June 22 

11:00 THE POET IN NEW YORK: Lee Hatfield Re- 
corded in 1962, the poet reads from Breakfast in 
Mycenae (Archives). 

11:30 THE HIP '400' Frank Brady talks with John Cage, 
one of America's avant garde composers and 
author of Silence (Wesleyan University Press). 
July 6 

12:00 In-SIDE Uncle Chris continues his re-runs; all 
old favorites. Part 6 of 'The L-Shaped Lady.' 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 

SUNDAY, July 4 

8:00 CONCERTI GROSSI, Op. 6 of George Frederic 
Handel This is the last in a series of three pro- 
grams which include all twelve Concert; Grossi of 
Op. 6. Details on June 26 

9:30 A RADIO PORTRAIT of Aldous Huxley The third 
program in this new series; this one introduced 
by Maurice Cranston (BBC). July 7 

10:00 GOLDEN VOICES with Anthony Boucher. 

10:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER News from the sta- 
tion and views from listeners. June 30 

11:00 ALPINE SONGS BY ERNST KRENEK The song 
cycle, 'Travel Book from the Austrian Alps.' De- 
tails on June 29 



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12:00 CHINA ENTERS THE NUCLEAR AGE U.S.-China 
Relations: What New Direction A panel discus- 
sion between the speakers heard earlier in this 
series and moderated by a new participant, Frank 
Williston. Mr. Williston is a professor of Far 
Eastern History at the University of Washington. 
This series was recorded at the University of 
Washinaton in November and made available to 
us by KRAB. July 7 

1:00 ORPHEUS AND EURYDICE Christoph Willibald 
Gluck's opera in three acts. Ferenc Fricsay con- 
ducts the RIAS Chamber Choir, Berlin Motet 
Choir and Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra in 
this recorded performance (Decca DXH 143). 
July 7 

Orpheus DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU 

Eurydice MARIA STADER 

Amor RITA STREICH 

3:15 POEMS: Gerard Manley Hopkins A selection 
from Hopkins' poetry read by the noted British 
actor-writer-director, Richard Gray, and recorded 
for the thirty-third anniversary of the Catholic 
Poetry Society of America. July 5 

4:15 HOROWITZ PLAYS CLEMENTI Pianist Vladimir 
Horowitz plays two sonatas by Muzio Clementi : 
'Sonata in F Minor, Op. 14, No. 3' and 'Sonata in 
F Sharp Minor, Op. 26, No. 2' (Victor LM 1902). 
June 21 

4:45 ANARCHY Theodore Roszak talks with two 
prominent British anarchists, Colin Ward and 
Anthony Weaver. This program was previously 
broadcast, but not repeated. 

5:30 DUTCH LIGHT MUSIC The Blue Diamonds op- 
pear, with the Frans Muller Choir and Jack Bulter- 
man's band. 

5:45 THE MAD HATTER Don Calfa and other voices. 

6:15 COUNTRY MUSIC Bill Vernon plays selections 
of southern, bluegrass and hillbilly music. July 9 

6.45 NEWS Paul Schaffer 

7:00 SOCIALISM IN SOUTH AFRICA TO 1950 A talk 
on the South African Left, delivered by Sheridan 
Johns, III, to a Chicago conference of the Afri- 
can Studies Association. July 8 

7:30 EMOTIONAL FACTORS IN CREATIVITY The sec- 
ond of two lectures on the creative process by 
novelist Arthur Koestler (KPFA). July 9 

8:45 MUSIC OF LUIGI DALLAPICCOLA Vocal and 
instrumental compositions by the contemporary 
Italian composer. The instrumental ensembles ore 
conducted by the composer and Frederick Praus- 
nitz (Epic LC 3706). 
Five Fragments of Sappho (7m) 
Two Anacreontics (5m) 
Five Songs (10m) 
Goethe Lieder (7m) 
Christmas Concerto for the Year 1956 (15m) 

9:30 THE COLLEGE STUDENT Continuing this series 
of programs exploring the college and university 
student's involvement in his environment; pro- 
duced by Lawrence Handel. July 6 

10:30 MUSIC ABOUT ABRAHAM LINCOLN Works 
by the two contemporary American composers 
Roy Harris and Aaron Copland: the former's 
'Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight' and the 
latter's Lincoln Portrait.' May 19 

11 :00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ with Ira Gitler. July 8 

12:00 SIGN-OFF 



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