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WBAl, 99.5 FM 
NOVEMBER 1982 




ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 

Roscmaric R«d (station muagei). M Swdia McUunhlin (•dmiiuMniivt usutani). 

Samori Marksman (program director). Mary Rabbins (businni manajjcil, Micarla 

Hickty. Bob Schwaru (devtlopment dirfctors), Joe Cuomo (on air lundraising 

director). Tom G>wan (assistant to on air (undraismg director). Barbara JoumCT. Tom 

Wisker (volunteer coordinators), Annette Walker. Fred Herschko»iti (publicity 

coordinators). Fred Kuhn (switchboard operator), Dennis Coleman. Barbara Joumer 

WBAI LOCAL BOARD 

Richard Asche. Fran Barret. Mordecai Bauman. Collin Bull. Manlyn B dement. 

Ted Conani. Adnrnne R Critchlow, Ralph Engelman. Renee Farmer. Bob Gangi. 

Kathy Goldman (chair). Viaor Goode. Ellen Gurzinsky. Oscar Hanijjsherg. Ken 

Jenkins. David Lampel. Brniamin Lonck, Paul Poulos. Michael Rainer. Julia Scott. 

Rochelle Semel. Salvador Tio. Ida Torres. Josephine Williams. Milton A Zisman 

PACIFICA NATIONAL BOARD 

Richard Asche. Jorjje fklxravf, Rim Qark. Marilyn aemcnl, Gahrielle Edgcomb. 

Peter Frinck. Joan Giant/. Margaret Glaser, Steven Glaser. Ying Lee Kelley. David 

Lampel. Philip Madari. Mane Nahikian. Jack O'Dell. Julius Mel Reich. Dan 

Scharlin. DeKino Varcla. Alex Vavoulis. Milton Zisman Executive Committee-. 

Ron Clark. Peter Franck. Joan Glaniz. Ying Lee Kelley. Jack ODell. Dan Scharlin, 

Dellino Varela. Milton Zisnun 

PACIFICA FOUNDATION 

R Gordon Agnew. honorary chairperson; Jack O'Dell. chairperson: Peter Franik. 

president; Mane Nahikian. first vice president. Jim Berland, vice president. Ray Mill, 

vice president; Sharon Maeda. vice president; Jean Palmquist, vice president. 

Rosemarie Reed, vice president; Marito, Rivera, vice president; Dan Scharlin. 

treasurer; DelTino Varela. secretary; Milton Zisman. assistant treasurer 

NEWS 

Rick Agcualli. Allredo Alvarado. Tony (jvin. Barbara Day (weekend news). Pit Dix. 

Winston Huggins. Carol Jennings. Roben Knight (director). Andy Lanset. Sally 

O'Brien. Molly Omati. Gene Palumbo. Karen Peterson. Michael Shan. Jessica Sloat. 

Peter Suhr. Bernard White 

PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

Jim Aroason, Al Auster. Richard Barr. Jim Brennan. Steve Briar. Robert W Carle, 

Dennts Coleman. Joe Cuomo. Rohcn Davanio. Vernon Douglas. Daniel Finton. 

Dominic Flono. Fred Goldhabcr. Nelson Gonzalez. David Gordon, Mark Green, 

Rudy Gnllo. Betram Gross. Lorraine Hale. Lex Hixon. Paul Hoeltcl. Ralph Jennings. 

Linda Johnson. Raymond Johnson. Brennon Jones. Barbara Joumer. Kim Kaimen, 

Sandra Ice Kerinan, Noah Kinigsiein. Nancy Kramer. Warren Liebold. Georgetta 

Lordi. Bill Lynch. Bob MacDonald. Allen Markman. R Paul Martin. Katie 

McDonald. Paul Mclsaac. Mike Merrill, Dave Metzger (director). Tom O'Connor. 

Bertell Oilman. Alex Paul. Andrew Philips. Yasmin Pierre. Lenny Quart. Rosemarie 

Reed. Al Rivera. Mimi Rosenberg. David Rothcnberg. Judy SackoH. Kirkpatnck Sale. 

Richard Schrader. Ruth ShcreH. Matt Sirota. Sidney Smith. George Stonedsh. William 

Tabb. Edith Tiger. Jot Weimore. Tom Wisker 

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS 

Elombi- Brath. Daniel del Solar. M'Fcrgu. Nubar Hovsepian. Richard Howard. 

Barbara Juppe. Kathy Ann Kersey. Samori Marksman. John Mason. Blossom 

Neushatz. Gene Palumbo. George Priestly. Rashid Al Banna. Sheldon Ranz. Mimi 

Rosenberg. Sheila Ryan. George Stonedsh. Juanita Terry. Valerie Van Isler. Annette 

Walker (acting director). Aiiba Wezj. Tom Whelan. Bernard White. Bob Zalisk. 

Eileen Zjlisk 

DRAMA, LITERATURE AND ART 

Miguel Algarin. Al Auster. Peter Bixhan. Wesley Brown. Jane Brucker. Steve 

Cannon. Dorecn (jnto. Ceal Coleman. Dennis Coleman. Donna Cooper. Joe Cuomo. 

Marjorie DeFazio, George Dorris. Vernon Douglas. Cornelius Eady. Mike Fedi-r. 

John Fisk. Charlie Gilben. Sharon Grilfiths. Edward Haber. Rita Hall. Rick Harris 

idiretnor). Susan Howe. Isaac Jackson. Manya La Bruja. Cid Kafka. Judith Kass. Kaiy 

KeiHer. Gleg Kerensky. Simon Loekle, Charles Lynch. John Mason. Sharon Malllin, 

M Saidia McLaughlin. Shelley Messing. Kathy O'Connell. Linda Perry. Marie 

.. .._„,. ^.rfuarMr* ratwrt , j«aa(»^ n«linl. Oavid ftapfcin. N1«x Sctunid. Jack SliUfia. UUf.i 
Simms. Sidnev Smith. Janet Sternficr^. Susan Stiwic. Turn VitaK-. Gigi Sthulmaii. 
Susan Well-s. Joyce West. Eli/jbeth Zimmer 
MUSIC 

Paul Aaron. Alfredo Alvarado. Ramsey Ameen. Jack Avila. Amiria Baraka, Robbie 
Barish. Richard Barr (director). Cynthia Bell. Edtiie Bendock. Peter Bochan. James 
Browne, Bill Canaday, The Laughing Cavalier. Ted Cohen, Kenny Davis. Yale 
Evelev. Bill Farrar. Sara Fishko. Jim Freund, Sybil Gaither. Vema Gillis. Hattie 
Gossett. Edward Haber. James Irsay. Chet Jackson. Isaac Jackson. David Jackson. 
Montego Joe. Jamie Katz. Fred Kleinke. Paul Lazarus. Richard Lewis. Leonard 
Lopate. Manya. Jane McMahan. Anton Mikofsky. Bill Moore. Cobi Narita. Lawrence 
Nii Nartey. Sharon Negn. Mildred Norman. Tom Pomposello. Spencer Richards. 
Lynn Samuels. Max Salazar, Habte Selassie. Beaumont Snull. Martin Sokol. Gorden 
Spencer. Jim Theolald. Mickey Waldman. Bill Watson. Chris Whent. Bernard 
While, Nanette Woodworth. Elaine Workrttan, Reggie Workman. Paul Wunder 
LIVE RADIO 

Alfredo .Mvarado. Richard Barr. Vinie Burrows. Pepsi Charles. Dennis Coleman. Joe 
Cuomo. Bob Pass. Mike Feder. John Fisk. Paul Gorman. Rita Hall. Judy Harrow. 
Jerry Hatch. Fred Hershkowitz. Mary Houston. Isaac Jackson. Larry Josephson. 
Dave Kenney. Roben Knight, Fred Kuhn, Alan Leventhal, Diane Lacey. Simon 
Loekle, Leonard Lopate, Sharon Mattlin, M. Saidia McLaughlin, Marcos Miranda. 
Kathy O'Connell. Linda Perry. Qayton Riley. Mike Rivera. Lynn Samuels. Habte 
Selassie. Beaumont Sntall. Sidney Smith. Bud Struggle. Valerie Van Isler. Mickey 
Waldman, Bill Watson, Paul Wunder. David Wynyard 
WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT 

Donna Allegra, \'inie Burrows. Blanche Cooke. Alexandra de Lallier. Fatisha. 
Penelope Franklin. Rose Jordon. Eileen Kane. Manya La Bruja. Judith Levins. Betty 
Levinson. Blossom Neushatz. Judie Pasternak. Jeannie Pool. Rosemarie Reed. Pat 
SiitKin. Ann Stubbs. Viv Sutherland. Annette Walker. Eile«n Z.alisk (director) 
ANNOUNCERS 

Donna Allegra. Ken Davis. Tricia Del Longo. Stephen Erickson. Daniel Finton. John 
Fisk. Jim Freund. Rudy Garrison. Charlie Gilben. Edward Haber. Rita Hall. Chet 
Jackson. Lsaac Jackson. Barbara Journer. Fred Kuhn. Simon Loekle. Sharon Maltlin. 
M Saidia McLaughlin. Kathy O'Connell. Bill O'Neill (chiel announcer). Alex Paul, 
Linda Pern'. Mike Rivera. Lynn Samuels. Sidney Smith, denton/Thor, Tom Wisker. 
David Wynvard. Beriurd White 
ENGINEERING 

James Browne. Natalie Budclis. Dennis Colettun. Ken Davis. Daniel Finton. John 
Fisk, Dean Gallca. Edward Haher, Dana Hanlord, Bill O'Neill (production director). 
Jane Pipik. Miles Smith, Vir Sutherland, Bill Wells Ichief engineer), Paul Wunder 



THORN IN OUR SlDEPaul Wunder 
Folio Editor/Designer: Rita Hall 

The WBAI Folio is sent lre<r to all subscribers o» WBAI EM All correspondence 
should be addressed to: Folio Editor, WBAI, 505 Eighth Avenue. New York. .\ Y 
1(X)18. The Folio can be reached at (212) 564 1245 Copyright 1982 WBAI Folio 
All rights reven to contributors at publication US ISSN 9942 9554 Publication of 
the Folio IS made possible in pan by a grant from the Corporation for Public 
Broadcasting. WB.M is on the air 2A hours a day. broadcasting at a frequency of 99 5 
MHz Our transmitter Ls located in the Empire State Building, and we broadcast with 
an elfeoive radiated power of 5 4 kw (horizontal) and 3 85 kw (venical) Power 
equivalent to 5t) k» at 500 fe« Our antenna stands 122} (e« above average terrain 
Our studios are located at 505 Eighth Avenue. New York. NY 10018 
Subscriptions and donations may be sent to WBAI. PO Box 12345 Church Street 
Station. New York. NY 10249 Business inquiries may be made by calling during 
working hours at (212) 279 0707 WBAI is owned and operated by the Pacifica 
Foundation, a non-profit corporation operaung lour other stations: KPFA. 94FM in 
Berkeley: KPFK, 90 7FM in Los Angeles; KPFT, 90FM in Houston and WPFW, 
89.3FM in Washington, DC. 




A Birthciay Shortcut. This month marks the tenth 
anniversay of Shortcuts, a series of programs which 
began in November 1972 as an angry reaction to 
Richard Nixon's re-election and developed into a new 
form of radio. 

Mixing music, dialog from soundtracks, press 
conferences and other sources with sound effects and 
voices Shortcuts has presented a wide variety of themes 
over the past decade; including shows on the near 
meltdown in Harrisburg, politics from Watergate to 
Reaganomics, programs on aging, eating, loving, 
dancing, being crazy, afraid, alone, confused and 
retrospectives featuring the major events and music of 
each passing year. 

Shortcuts was created by Peter Bochan, an 
independent producer, who has worked in radio and 
recording in a variety of positions (including 
horizontal). Miles of tapes, boxes of razor blades and 
years of work have gone into the show. (His having an 
understanding and working wife hasn't hurt), In 1981 
Shortcuts received a grant from CPB which allowed the 
series to be broadcast on over fifty stations from Maine 
to Alaska over National Public Radio. 

Join us on November 8, 8:30 pm for a ninety- 
minute l(X)k back at Shortcuts the very first to a 
preview of the next Shortcuts thru 'S2. 

NOTT: Personalities are teatured on our air because of 
their influence in shaping political or artistic 
movements; their appearance does not constitute an 
endorsement of their views. Similarly Folio covers 
reflect our programming, not our sentiments. Any 
misunderstanding or offense resulting from last 
month's cover is profoundly regretted. 




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The following organizations honor the WBAI 
Discount Card, and they offer any bearer of the 
Card a 10% discount on merchandise, food or 
services purchased there. 

NEW FEDERAL THEATRE, 466 Grand 

Street, NYC 
LA MAMA EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE 

CLUB, 74A E. 4th Street, NYC 
THE WOOSTER GROUP AT THE 

PERFORMING GARAGE, 33 35 Wooster 

Street, NYC 
THE THEATER FOR THE NEW CITY, 

162 Second Avenue, NYC 
AMERICAN PLACE THEATER, 111 West 

42nd Street, NYC 
HOUSE OF LIFE HEALTH FOOD 

STORE, 158-44 Crossbay Boulevard, 

Howard Beach, Queens 

Note: For theatres. Discount Card does not 
work in tandem with TDF vouchers. 



THE CHAIR CLINIC: 
Repairs, caning, rush, 
splint, stripping, 
refinishing, reuphobtery. 
Careful work. Ref. Free 
estimates. Call 864-5731. 

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COMMUNICATIONS 
COUNSELING JUDITH 
S. HARROW, M.S. 

My specialty is helping 
people hear and 
understand one another. I 
help you resolve your 
present conflict while 
learning communications 
skills to help prevent 
others. I work with 
couples or groups of any 
size; with any kind of 
family, living or working 
relationship. 

Located in Northern 
Manhattan, near The 
Cloisters. For more 
information, or an 
appointment, call 942- 
5780. 



MONDAY/ 1 
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5:00 EVERYTHING OLD 
IS NEW AGAIN. With Dave 
Kenny. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 LIVE RADIO. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Presented by Ted Cohen. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 
First Monday. Topics of public 
concern with guest journalists, 
politicians, and community 
activists. Produced by Sandra 
Lee Kerman. 
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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 EQUAL TIME FOR 
ATHEISM. With Dominic 
Florio of the Society of 
Separationists. 

2:00 MEDIA REVIEW. Film, 
books, television and more. 

3:00 SOJOURNER'S 
JOURNAL. About Black 
women with Linda Asantewaa 
Johnson and Yasmine Pierre. 

3:30 A MOVEABLE 
FEAST. Author Alex Kates 
Shulman reads a recent short 
story. Produced by Tom Vitale. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Electronic music. Presented by 
Isaac Jackson. 

5:00 VERBAL 
CONTRACTS. With Rita 
Hall. 

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6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 

reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 

Concert announcements 
presented by Jane McMahan. 

7:30 EVERYWOMAN- 
SPACE. With anthropologist 
Angela GiUian. 

8:30 AN OCEAN OF 
STORY. Master storyteller 
Laura Simms tells stories from 
around the world. Produced by 
Sharon Mattlin. 

9:30 SCREENING ROOM. 

About video. Produced by 
Dennis Coleman. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Evidence. Presented by Ramsey 
Ameen and Spencer Richards. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 news. 
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12:15 'ROUND 
MIDNIGHT. With Leonard 
Lopate. 



TUESDAY/2 

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5:00 TIME FOR A 
CHANGE. With Alan 
Leventhal. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 THE NEW TUESDAY 
SHOW. With Diane Lacey. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. For 

A New Ear. With Jim Theobald. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 
The Nuyorican Express. With 
Al Rivera. 
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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 ACROSS THE RIVER. 

New Jersey issues with John 
Atlas and Bob O'Sullivan. 

2:00 NOTES ON THE 
ECONOMY. With David 
Gordon. 

2:30 PERSPECTIVES ON 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE. With 
Tom O'Connor. 

3:00 CONSIDER THE 
ALTERNATIVES. Foreign 
and domestic policy from the 
SANE Education Fund. 

3:30 THE TUESDAY 
READER. Produced by 
Doreen Canto. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Presented by Susan Asher. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 

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6:30 NEWS. 
Knight. 



With Robert 



7:00 FRONT LINE. 
Commentary about Southern 
Africa with the African 
National Congress. 

7:30 PRAXIS. Visits with 
Marxist Thinkers. With Bertell 
Oilman. 

8:30 ILLUMINATIONS. 

Urban issues with Bill Lynch. 

9:30 THE S CENCE AND 
MEDICAL NEWS REPORT. 
Produced by Eileen Zalisk. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

From the Top Shelf. With 
Reggie Workman. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
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12:15 BECAUSE THE 
NIGHT. With Linda Perry. 



WEDNESDAY/3 

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5:00 THE LIGHT SHOW. 
With Fred Kuhn and Judy 
Harrow. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 MORE THAN HALF 
THE WORLD. With Vinie 
Burrows. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 
Presented by The Laughing 
Cavalier. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 
Self Help 
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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE NATURAL 
GOURMET. With Mary 
Houston. 

2:00 THE VELVET 
SLEDGEHAMMER. 

Women's radio magazine. 
Women in El Salvador with 
Judy Light. 

3:30 MAGIC TIME. Games, 
stories, puzzles and songs for 
kids, with Joyce Wast and 
Sharon Griffin. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 
With Ken Davis. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 
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6:^tl NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 
Concen announcements 
presented by Sharon Negri. 

7:30 THE LESBIAN SHOW. 

Images. Third world issues with 
Diane and Sharon. 

8:30 GAYRAP. By and about 
the gay, male community. First 
Wednesday. News, views and 
items of interest produced by 
Roben W. Carle. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 
Scrapple from the Apple. With 
Jamie Katz. 

11:30 NEWS. A r^broadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
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12:15 LIVE RADIO. 
Bob Pass. 



With 



THURSDA Y/4 

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5:00 NO SIDE TO FALL 
IN. With Sharon Mattlin 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HARDWORK. With 
Mike Feder. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

With James Irsay. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND R0SF:S. 

Survival Notes. With Alex 

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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE ENERGY HOUR. 

Radioactivity with Warren 
Liebold. 

2:00 THE BILL OF 
RIGHTS IN PERIL. With 
Edith Tiger. 

2:30 CONVERSATION. 

With David Rothenberg 

3:30 RE-EDUCATION 
CAMP. Comedy. With John 
Muller. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 
Taste of the Blues. 

5:00 PASSING THROUGH. 
With Richard Barr 
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6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knighi. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 
Commentary about Latin 
America with Gene Palumbo. 

7:30 ECONaNEWS. Political 
economy with Bill Tabb. 

8:30 THE AFRICA 
REPORT. An analysis of 
developments on the continent. 
With Elombe Brath. 

9:00 THE MIDDLE EAST 
REPORT. An update of 
regional events. With Kathy 
Ann Kersey. 

9:30 THE SOVIET 
UNION— QUESTIONS 
AND ANSWERS. With 
William Mandel. Produced by 
M'Fergu. v 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Jazz Sampler. Presented by Bill 
Farrar. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast U 
the 6:30 evening news. 

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12:15 EARTHWATCH. 
With Roben Knight. 

3:00 SOUNDS OF THE 
CITY. With Dennis Coleman. 



PRIDA Y/5 

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5:00 HOUR OF THE WOLF. 
With Jim Freund. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HOME FRIES. With Fred 
Herschkowiu. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Stormy Monday. With James 
Browne and David Jackson. 

11:55 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BO.^RD. 
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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

Wuh Gary Null. 

1:00 WOMEN AND THE 
WORLD IN THE I980's. 
With historian Dr. Blanch 
Weisen Cook. 

2:00 ARTS EXTRA. A 

cultural magazine from the 
Drama and Literattire 
Department. 

3:30 BEHIND THE 
SCREENS. Jan Albert talks to 
people about making and 
watching films. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

That Old Time Religion. With 
Bill Canaday. 

5:00 NOWHERE TO RUN. 
With Joe Cuomo. 
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6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 NOTICERO 
PACIFICA. Spanish lan^af^ 



7:15 ADDENDA. Book 

reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:30 THE CARIBBEAN 
AND LATIN AMERICAN 
REPORT. Produced by 
Annette Walker. 

8:30 VIENNA, VIENNA. A 
tribute to its golden age 
produced by Rick Harris. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 
Now's the Time. Third world 
women's music produced by 
Hattie Go&sett. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 

the 6:30 evening news 

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12:15 PART OF THE ACT. 

With Lynn Samuels. 











SATURDAY/6 
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5:00 WHY IHE 
REVOLUTION HASNT 
COME. With Stmoo LocUc. 

7:30 BRUSH UP fOUR 
SHAKESPEARE. 

8:30 THE GOLDEN AGE 
OF RADIO. Vinugr broadcasts 
presented by Max Schmid and 
Jack Shugg 

9:30 THE PIPER IN THE 
MEADOW STRAYING. Folk 
music. Produced by Edward 
Haber 

1 1 :00 BRUNCH. With Paul 

Gorman 

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1:00 HOUSING 
NOTEBOOK. Robeno 
Marerro of the Metropolitan 
CoufKil on Housing ulks to 
tefiants. 

2:00 THE NEXT SWAN. 
With Mickey Waldman. 

4:00 MUSIC NOTES. Concert 
announcements. With John 
Dyer. 

4:05 ALL MIXED UP. Music 
and more with Peter Buchan. 

6:00 DRUMBEATS. Native 
American news with George 
Stonefish. 
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6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day 

7:00 THE POETRY 
PROJECT. From the 

Wi-dnt-Mlay ni^t rradin>;N at Si 
Mark's Church Produced by 
John Fisk. 

8:00 MARIONS 
CAULDRON. Astrology. 

9:00 WORLD MUSIC. From 
the Andes with Jack Avila. 

10:00 AREITO. Music news 
and information from los barrios 
de Nueiii York and elsewhere 
with Al Rivera. 

12:00 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the Saturday evening news 
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12:30 LABBRiSH. ReggK 
with Habte Selassie. 



SUNDAY/7 

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5:00 SOUNDTRACK. AU 
about cinema with Paul Wunder. 

8:30 HERE OF A SUNDAY 
MORNING. Early music 
presented by Chris Whent. 

11:00 BOURGEOIS 
LIBERATION. With Larry 
Josephson. 
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12:30 ANYTHING GOES. 

American musical theater 
presented by Paul Lazarus. 

2:00 THROUGH THE 
OPERA GLASS. Rare 
performances presented by 
Martin Sokol. 

4:30 WORLD VIEW. A 

weekly roundup of significant 
international trends with Samori 
Marksman. 

5:30 CONFLICTING 
INTERESTS. City issues with 
Ruth Messinger. 

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6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day. 

7:00 THE SCIENCE 
REPORT. Produced by Eileen 
and Robert Zalisk. 

8:00 JOHN GARDNER. A 

rebroadcast of an interview and 
reading with the late novelist and 
essayist. Produced by Joe 
Cuomo. 

10:00 NUANCES. With Pepsi 
Charles. 

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12:00 NEWS. Sunday evening 
news rebroadcast.- 

12:30 DIGRESSIONS. With 
John Fisk. 



HANNS EISLER, A REBEL IN MUSIC (PART 2). 
Hanns Eisler (1898-1962) is one of the most 
remarkable composers of the 20th century, yet he is 
praaicaily unknown in this country today. He began a 
traditional music career as one of the most celebrated 
students of Arnold Schoenberg, but he rejected that 
world in order to write music for the Marxist workers 
movement. 

In the early 1930's, Eisler was one of the best- 
known composers in Europe, both for his traditional 
classical music and for his revolutionary political music, 
much of it written in collaboration with his lifelong 
friend, the playwright Bertolt Brecht. 

In 1938 Eisler settled in New York City, where he 
spent 4 years as a teacher and composer for stage and 
documentary film. During this period he also wrote a 
landmark study on composing for films. He lived the 
next 6 years in Hollywood, where he composed scores 
to 8 feature films, one of which received an Oscar. 

In 1947 he was the first of many artists to testify 
before the House Committee on Un-American 
Activities. The following year he was deported, accused 
of being "the Karl Marx of Communism in the music 
field. ' ' He spent his last years in East Germany as one 
of the founding fathers of that country's cultural life. 

This is the first in-depth program on American radio 
to examine Eisler's life and music. It features 
recordings unavailable in this country and interviews 
with people who knew him personally. Produced by 
Ted Cohen with Mordecai Bauman. Tues., Nov. 9, 
Wed., Nov, 10, and Thurs., Nov. 11, 4:00 p.m. 

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"THE MORE THINGS CHANGE ..." On the 
occasion marking the 7th anniversary of Angola's 
independence from Portugal, WBAI's International 
Affairs Dept. will examine the ongoing crisis in this 
war-torn country — with special focus on U.S. policy 
since the Ford Administration and the presence of both 
Cuban and South African military forces on Angola's 
territory. Guests will include Angola's Foreign 
Minister and spokespersons from the U.S. House Sub- 
Committee on Africa, Freedomhouse and TransAfrica. 
Produced by Samori Marksman. Thursday, Nov. 11, 
8:30 p.m. 

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THE SING-OUT RADIO BULLETIN. Since 1950, 
Sing Out! magazine has been the most important 
publication in this country devoted to topical folk music 
and musicians. From the first issue, with "If I Had A 
Hammer" on the cover, through the protests of the 
sixties, with features on the young Bob Dylan and Joan 
Baez, to the anti-nuke music of today, it has always 
been a reflection of the times through the music of the 
times. 

We are pleased to announce the beginnings of a 
monthly radio program, which will reflect the contents 
of the current issue of the magazine, as well as looking 
back at its history. It will be a national program, but it 
will originate at WBAI, and wiU be hosted by Pete 
Seeger and friends. Pete has come fuU circle. One of 
the founders of Sing Out!, he is now again its principal 
editor. Fri., Nov. 12, 4 p.m. 



MONDAY/8 

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5:00 EVERYTHING OLD 
IS NEW AGAIN. With Dave 
Kenny. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 LIVE RADIO. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 
The New York Committee on 
Occupational Safety and Health 
with Dr. Michael McCann. 
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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 RECONSTRUCTING 
PSYCHOLOGY. With the 
Group for a Radical Human 
Science. 

2:00 MEDL\ REVIEW. Film, 
books, television and more. 

3:00 SOJOURNER'S 
JOURNAL. About Black 
women with Linda Asantewaa 
Johnson and Yasmire Pierre. 

3:30 A MOVEABLE 
FEAST. John Giorno reads. 
Produced by Tom Vitale. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Cajun music presented by Paul 
Aaron. 

5:00 VERBAL 
CONTRACTS. With Rita 
HaU. 
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6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 

Concert announcements 
presented by Jane McMahan. 

7:30 EVERYWOMAN- 
SPACE. The Women 
Peacemakers. With Cora Weiss. 

8:30 A BIRTHDAY 
SHORTCUT. Tenth 
anniversary program produced 
by Peter Bochan. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

SoundScape. Music from 
everywhere presented by Vema 
GilUs. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 news. 
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12:15 'ROUND 
MIDNIGHT. With Uonard 
Lopate. 



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5:00 TIME FOR A 
CHANGE. With Alan 
Leventhal. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 THE NEW TUESDAY 
SHOW. With Diane Lacey. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

20th Century Chamber Music 
presented by Cynthia Bell. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 
The Sisterhood of Black Single 
Mothers. 
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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 EXPLORATIONS IN 
HUMAN SCALE. With 
Kirkpatrick Sale. 

2:00 RADICAL HISTORY 
RADIO. With Marho. 

2:30 DEMOCRACY 
NOTES. With Mark Green. 

3:00 CONSIDER THE 
ALTERNATIVES. Foreign 
and domestic policy with the 
SANE Education Fund. 

3:30 THE TUESDAY 
READER. Produced by 
Doreen Canto. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 
Hans Eisler, A Rebel in Music. 
Produced by Ted Cohen. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 

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6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 

Commentary about Southern 
Africa with the African 
National Congress. 

7:30 PRAXIS. Europe In 
Formation. 

8:30 ILLUMINATIONS. 

Urban issues with Bill Lynch. 

9:30 THE SCIENCE AND 
MEDICAL NEWS REPORT. 

Produced by Eileen Zalisk. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
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12:15 BECAUSE THE 
NIGHT. With Linda Perry. 



WEDNESDAY/ 10 

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5:00 THE LIGHT SHOW. 
With Fred Kuhn and Judy 
Harrow. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 MORE THAN HALF 
THE WORLD. With Vinie 
Burrows. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

American music with Bill 
Moore. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 
The Madness Network. 
Psychiatry, patient rights and 
the mental health system. 
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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE NATURAL 
GOURMET. With Mary 
Houston. 

2:00 THE VELVET 
SLEDGEHAMMER. 

Women's radio magazine. 
Women in Northern Ireland 
with Barbara Juppe. 

3:30 MAGIC TIME. Games, 
stories, puizles and songs for 
kids, with Joyce West and 
Sharon Griffin. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 
Hans Eisler, A Rebel in Music. 
Part 2. Produced by Ted 
Cohen. 

5:00 1 IVF. RADIO. 
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6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. Concen 
announcements presented by 
Sharon Negri. 

7:30 THE LESBIAN SHOW. 

Magazine with Judie Pasternak. 

8:30 GAYRAP. By and about 
the gay. male community. With 
David Rothenberg. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 
Notes with Amiri Baraka. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
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12:15 LIVE RADIO. With 
Bob Fass. 



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5:00 NO SIDE TO FALL 

IN. With Sharon Mattlin. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HARDWORK. With 
Mike Feder. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

With James Irsay. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 
Mirrors With Dr. Lorraine 
Hale 
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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE ENERGY HOUR. 

Science and the environment 
with Eileen Zalisk. 

2:00 WORKERS RIGHTS 
IN PERIL. With Noah 
Kinigstin. 

3:00 ON THE JOB. With 
Mike Merrill. 

3:30 RE-EDUCATION 
CAMP. Comedy. With Gigi 
Shulman. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 
Hans Eisler: A Rebel in Music. 
Part 4. Produced by Ted 
Cohen. 

5:00 PASSING THROUGH. 

With Richard Barr. 

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6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 
Commentary about Latin 
America with Gene Palumbo. 

7:30 TALK 'N UNION. With 
Mimi Rosenberg. 

8:30 ANGOLA. Produced by 
Samori Marksman. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 

the 6:^0 evening news 

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12:15 FUTURE THINK. 
With Valerie Van Isler. 

3:00 CARRIER WAVE. 

With Sidney Smith. 



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5.00 HOUR OF THE WOLF. 

With Jim Freund. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HOME FRIES. With 
Fred Herschkowiu 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Stormy Monday. With James 
Browne and David Jackson. 

11:55 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 
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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 WOMEN AND THE 
WORLD IN THE 1980's. 
With Blanch Weisen Cook. 

2:00 ARTS EXTRA. A 

cultural magazine from the 
Drama and Literature 
Depanment. 

3:30 BEHIND THE 
SCREENS. Jan Albert talks to 
people about making and 
watching films. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 
The SingOul Radio Bulletin. By 
the topical folksong magagazine. 
presented by Pete Seeger. 

5:00 NOWHERE TO RUN. 
With Joe Cuomo. 
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6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 NOTICERO 
PACIFICA. Spanish language 
news. 

7:15 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:30 THE CARIBBEAN 
AND LATIN AMERICAN 
REPORT. Produced by 
Annette Walker. 

8:30 THEATRESPACE. 

Nobody Wanted to Sit Behind a 
Desk A Spaulding Gray 
autobiographical monologue. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 
Ralph Dorsey Ensemble 
presented by Cobi Nariu. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 
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12:15 PART OF THE ACT. 
With Lynn Samueb. 











SATURDAY/ li 

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5:00 WHY THE 
REVOLUTION HASNT 
COME. With Simon Lockle 

7:30 BRUSH UP YOUR 
SHAKESPEARE. 

8:30 THE GOLDEN AGE 
OF RADIO. Vintage broadcasts 
presented by Max Schmid and 
Jack Shugg. 

9:30 THE PIPER IN THE 
MEADOW STRAYING. Folk 
music Produced by Edward 
Haber 

11:00 BRUNCH. With Paul 

Gorman 

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1:00 HOUSING 
NOTEBOOK. Roberto 
Marerro o< the Metropolitan 
Council on Housing talks to 
tenants. 

2:00 THE NEXT SWAN. 
With Mickey Waldman. 

4:00 MUSIC NOTES. Concen 
atinouncements. With John 
Dyer. 

4:05 ALL MIXED UP. Music 
and more with Peter Bochan. 

6:00 DRUMBEATS. Natjve 
American news with George 
Slonefish. 
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6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day 

7:00 WRITER'S BLOCK. 
Greater New York poetry 
presented by Shelley Messing. 

8:00 SEVENTH INNING 
STRETCH. Sports with Charlie 
Gilben. 

9:00 WORLD MUSIC. From 
Asia with Yale Evelev. 

10:00 AREITO. Music news 
and information from los bamos 
de Niuva York and elsewhere 
with Al Rivera. 

12:00 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 

the Saturday evening news 

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12:30 LABBRISH. Reggae 
with Habte Selassie. 



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5:00 SOUNDTRACK. AU 
about cinema with Paul Wunder. 

8:30 HERE OF A SUNDAY 
MORNING. Early music 
presented by Chris Whent. 

11:00 BOURGEOIS 
LIBERATION. With Larry 
Josephson. 
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12:30 ANYTHING GOES. 

American musical theater 
presented by Paul Lazarus. 

2:00 THROUGH THE 
OPERA GLASS. Rare 
performances presented by 
Martin Sokol. The history of the 
Metropolitan Opera 1913-23. 

4:30 WORLD VIEW. A 

weekly roundup of significant 
international trends with Samori 
Marksman. 

5:30 NUCLEAR ALERT. 

Issues of weaponry, power and 
policy with Dr. Michio Kaku 
and the Institute for Safe 
Technology. 

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6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day. 

7:00 THE SCIENCE 
REPORT. Produced by Eileen 
and Robert Zalisk. 

8:00 PROSE. Readings by new 
writers. Produced by Sharon 
Mattlin. 

8:30 LETTERS. Readings 
presented by Carole Bovoso, 
James Lescene and Paul Fadoul. 

10:00 NUANCES. With Pepsi 

Charles. 

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12:00 NEWS. Sunday evening 
news rebroadcast. 

12:30 DIGRESSIONS. With 
John Fisk. 



THE HISTORY OF THE METROPOLITAN 
OPERA. Martin Sokol continues this series on 
Through the Opera Glass, which began in October. 
This is the centennial season for the company, and the 
broadcast of November 14th will feature the years 
1913-1923, and that of November 28th will feature 
1923-1933. You will hear recordings of such 
luminaries as Enrico Caruso, Amelita Galli-Curci, 
Feodor Chaliapin, John McCormack, and Geraldine 
Farrar, as well as live guests from the contemporary 
world of opera. Sun., Nov. 14 and 28, 2 p.m. 

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THE HISTORY OF THE SEPHARDIM IN THE 
UNITED STATES: 

Twenty three settlers arrive in New Amsterdam in 
1654 — Levantines in confusion and profusion pour 
into the Lower East Side in the late 20th century — 
coffee shops, a babel of tongues, slums, theatre, orators 
and the dynamic work of M.S. Gadol, the erratic 
underestimated eccentric genius who was the publisher 
of La America all will be covered when Barbara Londin 
concludes this series of Sephardic History with Rabbi 
Marc D. Angel. November 15, 8:30 pm. 

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LA GUARACHA DEL MACHO CAMACHO. In this 
contemporary novel, author Luis Rafael Sanchez 
provides an unromantic, inside view of Puerto Rican 
society. Gloria Waldman utilizes the traditional 
"guaracha" musical genre in her commentary and 
analysis of Sanchez's popular work. Produced by 
Annette Walker and Gloria Waldman. Friday, Nov. 19 
8:30 p.m. 




MONDAY/ 15 

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5:00 EVERYTHING OLD 
IS NEW AGAIN. With Dave 
Kenny. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 LIVE RADIO. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Presented by Ted Cohen. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

Semi-Serious. Inner city issues 
with Vernon Douglas. 

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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 EQUAL TIME FOR 
ATHEISM. With Dominic 
Florio of the Society of 
Separationists, American 
Atheists. 

2:00 MEDIA REVIEW. Film, 
books, television and more. 

3:00 SOJOURNER'S 
JOURNAL. About Black 
women with Linda Asankwaa 
Johnson and Yasmine Pierre. 

3:30 A MOVEABLE 
FEAST. Poet Barbara Holland 
reads. Produced by Tom Vitale. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Citizen Kafka's record show. 

5:00 VERBAL 
CONTRACTS. With Rita 
HaU. 
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6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 

Concert announcements 
presented by Jane McMahan. 

7:30 EVERYWOMAN- 
SPACE. The Telling of Us. 
Women's writing workshop 
with poet Fatisha. 

8:30 THE HISTORY OF 
THE SEPHARDIM. Part 4 
America. Barbara Londin talks 
with Rabbi Marc D. Silver. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Evidence. Presented by Ramsey 
Ameen and Spencer Richards. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 

the 6:^(^ news. 

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12:15 'ROUND 
MIDNIGHT. With Leonard 
Lopate. 



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5:00 TIME FOR A 
CHANGE. With Alan 
Leventhal. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 THE NEW TUESDAY 
SHOW. With Diane Lacey. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. For 

A New Ear. With Jim 
Theobald. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

The Nuyorican Express with AI 
Rivera. 

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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 ACROSS THE RIVER. 

New Jersey issues with John 
Adas and Bob O'SuUivan. 

2:00 NOTES ON THE 
ECONOMY. With David 
Gordon. 

2:30 PERSPECTIVES ON 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE. With 
Tom O'Connor. 

6:00 CONSIDER THE 
ALTERNATIVES. Foreign 
and domestic policy with the 
SANE Education Fund. 

3:30 THE TUESDAY 
READER. Produced by 
Doreen Canto. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

From The Golden Age of 
Radio. Produced by Max 
Schmid and Jack Shugg. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 
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6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 

Commentary about Southern 
Africa with the African 
National Congress. 

7:30 PRAXIS. Asia in 
Transition. With Eqbal Ahmed 
and Nubar Horsepian. 

8:30 ILLUMINATIONS. 
Urban issues with Bill Lynch. 

9:30 THE SCIENCE AND 
MEDICAL NEWS REPORT. 
Produced by Eileen Zalisk. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

From the Top Shelf. With 
Reggie Workman. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 

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12:15 BECAUSE THE 
NIGHT. With Linda Perry. 



WEDNESDA Y/1 7 

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5:00 THE LIGH I SHOW. 
With Fred Kuhn and Judy 
Harrow. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 MORE THAN HALF 
THE WORLD. With VInie 
Burrows. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 
With The Laughing Cavaher. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 
The Radical Alliance of Social 
Service Workers. 
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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE NATURAL 
GOURMET. With Mary 
Houston. 

2:00 THE VELVET 
SLEDGEHAMMER. 

Women's radio magazine. 
Olivia Records: A Retrospeaive 
of Ten Years of Women's 
Music. 

3:30 MAGIC TIME. Games, 
stories, puzzles and songs for 
kids, with Joyce West and 
Sharon Griffin. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Nobody's Wedding. Prcxluced 
by Ed Haber. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 
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6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. Concert 
announcements presented by 
Sharon Negri. 

7:30 THE LESBIAN SHOW. 

With Rose Jordan. 

8:30 GAYRAP. By and about 
the gay. male community. 58 
minutes without Mike Wallace. 
Produced by David Wynyard. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Scrapple from the Apple. With 
Jamie Katz. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news 
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12:15 LIVE RADIO. With 
Bob Pass. 



THURSDAY/IS 

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5:00 NO SIDE lO FALL 
IN. With Sharon Matthn. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HARDWORK. With 
Mike Feder. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 
With James Irsay. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

People in Motion. With Mimi 
Rosenberg 

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12:00 NAIURAL LIVING. 
With Gao' Null. 

1:00 THE ENERGY HOUR. 

Radioactivity with Warren 
Liebold. 

2:00 THE BILL OF 
RIGHTS IN PERIL. With 
Edith Tiger. 

2:30 CONVERSATIONS. 
With David Rothenberg. 

3:30 RE-EDUCATION 
CAMP. Comedy. With Jane 
Bnicker and Tom Carozza. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

A Taste of the Blues. With 
Tom Pompasello. 

5:00 PASSING THROUGH. 
With Richard Barr 
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6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 

Commentary about Latin 
America with Gene Palumbo. 

7:30 BEHIND THE 
ECONOMIC NEWS. With 
Bill Tabb. 

8:30 THE AFRICA 
REPORT. An analysis of 
developments on the continent. 
With Juanita Terry. 

9:00 THE MIDDLE EAST 
REPORT. An update of 
regional events. With Sheldon 
Ranz. 

9:30 THE SOVIET 
UNION— QUESTIONS 
AND ANSWERS. With 
William Mandel. Produced by 
M'Fergu. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Jazz Sampler. Presented by Bill 
Farrar. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 

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12:15 EARTHWATCH. 
With Roben Knight. 

3:00 SOUNDS OF THE 
CITY. With Dennis Coleman. 



FRIDAY/ 19 
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5:00 HOUR OF THE WOLF. 
With Jim Freund. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7: 1 5 HOME FRIES. With Fred 
Herschkowitz. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Stormy Monday With James 
Browne and David Jackson. 

11:55 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 WOMEN AND THE 
WORLD IN THE 1980V 
With Barbara Omalade. 

2:00 ARTS EXTRA. A 

cultural magazine from the 
Drama and Literature 
Department. 

3:30 BEHIND THE 
SCREENS. Jan Alben talks to 
people about making and 
watching films. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

That Old Time Religion. With 
Bill Canaday. 

5:00 NOWHERE TO RUN. 
With Joe Cuomo. 
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6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 NOTICERO 
PACIFICA. Spanish language 
news. 

7:15 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:30 THE CARIBBEAN 
AND LATIN AMERICAN 
REPORT. Produced by 
Annette Walker. La Guaracfxt 
del Macho Camacho. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Rosetta's Room. Women's blues 
and jazz presented by Rosetta 
Reiu. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news 

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12:15 PART OF THE ACT. 

With Lynn Samuels. 









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5:00 WHY IHl 
REVOLUTION HASNT 
COME. With Simon Lockle. 

':30 BRUSH UP YOUR 
SHAKESPEARE. 

8:30 THE GOLDEN AGE 
OF RADIO. Vintage broadcasts 
presented by Max Schmid and 
Jack Shugg. 

9:30 THE PIPER IN THE 
MEADOW STRAYING. Folk 

music PrcxJuii-d hv Filw^rd 
Haber 

11:00 BRUNCH. With Paul 
Gorman 
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1:00 HOUSING 
NOTEBOOK. Robeno 
Marerro of the Metropolitan 
Council on Housmg talks (o 
tenants. 

2:00 THE NEXT SWAN. 

With Mickey Waldman 

4:00 MUSIC NOTES. Concen 
announcements With John 
Dyer 

4:05 ALL MIXED UP. Music 
and more with Peter Bochan. 

6:00 DRUMBEATS. Native 
.Amencan news with George 
Stoncfish 
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6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day. 

7:00 THE POETRY 
PROJECT. Frooi the 

VV'i Jnc-*i<lj> ninhi rc-jdinip; at St. 
Mark's Church Produced by 
John Fisk. 

8:00 SEVENTH INNING 
STRETCH. Sports with Charlie 
Gilben. 

9:00 WORLD MUSIC. From 
Africa with LawretKe Nii 
Narley. 

10:00 AREITO. Music news 
and information from los barrios 
de Nueva York and elsewhere 
with Al Rivera. 

12:00 NEWS. A rebroadca,st of 
the Saturdav evening news 

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12:30 LABBRISH. Reggae 
with Habte Selassie. 





SUNDAY/21 

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5:00 SOUNDTRACK. All 
about cinema with Paul Wunder. 

8:30 HERE OF A SUNDAY 
MORNING. Early music 
presented by Chris Whent. 

11:00 BOURGEOIS 
LIBERATION. With Uiry 
Josephson. 

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12:30 ANYTHING GOES. 

American musical theater 
presented by Paul Lazarus. 

2:00 THROUGH THE 
OPERA GLASS. Rare 
performances presented by 
Manin Sokol. 

4:30 WORLD VIEW. A 

weekly roundup of significant 
international trends with Samori 
Marksman. 

5:30 CONFLICTING 
INTERESTS. City Issues with 
Councilwoman Ruth Messinger. 

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6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day. 

7:00 THE SCIENCE 
REPORT. Produced by Eileen 
and Robert Zalisk. 

8:00 ROMANCE. An 

interview with Anne Gisonny, 
editor of Candlelight Ecstasy 
Romances. Produced by Rick 
Harris. 

8:30 THE AMERICAN 
RADIO CLUB. Comedy 
produced by Tom Vitale, John 
Chu. and Manoli Weatherall. 

10:00 NUANCES. With Pepsi 

Charles 

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12:00 NEWS. Sunday evening 
news rebroadcast. 

12:30 DIGRESSIONS. With 
John Fisk. 



THE JEWISH ORIGIN OF THE 
PSYCHOANALYTIC MOVEMENT: PART I: The 
Historical Setting. 

The first analysts regarded themselves as an 
embattled heroic elite, intolerant of the outside world 
but determined to advance their knowledge. Their 
intense feeling of moral superiority disposed them 
toward a cause. At the beginning all psychoanalysts 
were Jews. This fact raises many questions and 
demands an investigation of 20th century Vienna and 
the role of the Jew in that society. Barbara Londin 
speaks with Dr. Dennis B. Klein, research fellow at the 
Center for European Studies, Harvard University. 
November 22, 8:30 pm. 

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THANKSGIVING. A program which will examine the 
history of the United States of America and the plight 
of the Native American since the Pilgrims landed at 
Plymouth Rock. Produced by George Stonefish — with 
contributions from the International Indian Treaty 
Council, Shawn Willentz and Kirkpatrick Sale. 
Thursday, Nov. 25, 1:00 p.m. 

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JAZZ, U.S.A. Our new live jazz concert program, 
presented on alternate Friday nights at 10 p.m. by Cobi 
Narita of the Universal Jazz Coalition, and originating 
from the Jazz Gallery, enters its second month. 

On Friday, November 12th, the Ralph Dorsey 
Ensemble, with vocalist Tina Fabrik, is featured. 

On Friday, November 26th, the Kit McClure Big 
Band, a 15-piece all-woman group, is featured. Attend 
the concerts at the Jazz Gallery, 55 West 19th Street, 
beginning at 9:30 p.m., or listen on WBAI beginning 
at 10:00 p.m. 

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SOUNDS OF BRAZIL. Mildred Norman presents an 
extended special with guests Brian Hodell, an 
American musicologist/composer/guitarist, and Morton 
Marks, a Brazilianist/anthropologist/ethnomusicologist. 
Topics covered will be the history of the Brazilian 
guitar and the musical transformations resulting from 
the interactions between Brazil, Portugal and Angola. 
Sat., Nov. 27, 7 p.m. 




MONDAY/22 

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5:00 EVERYTHING OLD 
IS NEW AGAIN. With Dave 
Kenny. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 LIVE RADIO. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 
Presented by Ted Cohen. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 
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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 RECONSTRUCTING 
PSYCHOLOGY. With the 
Group for a Radical Human 
Science. 

2:00 MEDIA REVIEW. Film, 
books, television and more. 

3:00 SOJOURNER'S 
JOURNAL. About Black 
women with Linda Asantewaa 
Johnson and Yasmine Pierre. 

3:30 A MOVEABLE 
FEAST. Poet Fred Fierstein 
reads from his new book. 
Fathering. Produced by Tom 
Vitale. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Cajun music presented by Paul 
Aaron. 

5:00 VERBAL 
CONTRACTS. With Rita 
Hall. 
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6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 

Concert announcements 
presented by Jane McMahan. 

7:30 EVERYWOMAN- 
SPACE. Women's Health 
Issues. With Diane Mancino 
and Paula Tedesco. 

8:30 THE JEWISH ROOTS 
OF PSYCHOANALYSIS. 

Barbara Londin talks with 
Dennis B. Klein. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

SoundScape. Music from 
everywhere with Vema Gillis. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 news. 
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12:15 'ROUND 
MIDNIGHT. With Leonard 
Lopate. 



TUESDAY/23 

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5:00 TIME FOR A 
CHANGE. With Alan 
Leventhal. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 THE NEW TUESDAY 
SHOW. With Diane Lacey. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

20th Century Chamber Music 
presented by Cynthia Bell. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 
The Gray Panthers with issues 
of concern to older people. 
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12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 EXPLORATIONS IN 
HUMAN SCALE. With 
Kirkpatrick Sale. 

2:00 RADICAL HISTORY 
RADIO. With Marho. 

2:30 DEMOCRACY 
NOTES. With Mark Green. 

3:00 CONSIDER THE 
ALTERNATIVES. Foreign 
and domestic policy with the 
SANE Education Fund. 

3:30 THE TUESDAY 
READER. Produced by 
Doreen Canto. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

A Motown retrospective. 
Presented by Howard Schwartz. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 
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6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 

Commentary about Southern 
Africa with the African 
National Congress. 

7:30 PRAXIS. 

8:30 ILLUMINATIONS. 

Urban issues with Bill Lynch. 

9:30 THE SCIENCE AND 
MEDICAL NEWS REPORT. 
Produced by Eileen Zalisk. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 

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12:15 BECAUSE THE 
NIGHT. With Linda Perrv. 



WEDNESDAY/24 



5:00 THE LIGHT SHOW. 

With Fred Kuhn and Judy 
Harrow. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 MORE THAN HALF 
THE WORLD. With Vinie 
Burrows. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

American music with Bill 
Moore. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

Advocates for Children 



12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 THE NATURAL 
GOURMET. With Mary 
Houston. 

2:00 THE VELVET 
SLEDGEHAMMER. 

Women's radio magazine. 

3:30 MAGIC TIME. Games, 
stories, puzzles and songs for 
kids, with Joyce West and 
Sharon Griffin. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Thanksgiving Gay Radio 
Concert. Produced by Fred 
Goldhaber. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 



6:}0 NEWS. With Roben 
Knighc. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. Concert 
announcements presented by 
Sharon Negri. 

7:30 THE LESBIAN SHOW. 

Studies with Viv Sutherland, 

8:30 GAYRAP. By and about 
the gay, male community. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 
Notes. With Amiri Baraka. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:^0 evening new^ 



12:15 LIVE RADIO. With 
Bob Pass. 



THURSDAY/25 



5:00 NO SIDE TO FALL 

IN. With Sharon Mattlin. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HARDWORK. With 
Mike Feder. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

With James Irsay. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

1 1:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

Disabled in Action 



12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 
With Gary Null. 

1:00 THANKSGIVING. 

Produced by George Stonefish. 



6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 

Commentary about Latin 
America with Gene Palumbo 

7:30 PRESS 'N ISSUES. With 
Sol Yurick. 

8:30 THE AFRICA 
REPORT. An analysis of 
developments on the continent. 

9:00 THE MIDDLE EAST 
REPORT. An update of 
regional events. With the 
Committee for Democratic 
Rights in Iran. 

9:30 THE SOVIET 
UNION— QUESTIONS 
AND ANSWERS. With 
William Mandel. Produced bv 
MTergu. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Jazz Sampler Presented by Bill 
Farrar. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 



12:15 FUTURE THINK. 
With Valene Van Isler. 

3:00 CARRIER WAVE. 
With Sidney Smith. 



FRIDAY/26 



5:00 HOUR OF THE WOLF. 

With Jim Freund. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 HOME FRIES. With Fred 
Herschkowitz. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

Stormy Monday. With James 
Browne and David Jackson. 

11:55 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 



12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 WOMEN AND THE 
WORLD IN THE I980's. 
With Beryl Bemay. 

2:00 ARTS EXTRA. A 

cultural magazine from the 
Drama and Literature 
Department. 

3:30 BEHIND THE 
SCREENS. Jan Alben talks to 
people about making and 
watching films. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

5:00 NOWHERE TO RUN. 

With Joe Cuomo. 






6:30 NEWS. With Roben 
Knight. 

7:00 NOTICERO 
PACIFICA. Spanish language 



7:15 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:30 THE CARIBBEAN 
AND LATIN AMERICAN 
REPORT. Produced by 
Annette Walker. 

8:30 THE 995% PERFECT 
PLAYERS PRESENT. 

Radiodrama. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 
The Kit McClure Big Band. 
Presented by Cobi Narita. 

1 1:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news 




12:15 PART OF THE ACT. 

With Lynn Samuels. 



SATURDAY/27 

5:00 WHY THE 
REVOLU I ION HASNT 
COME. With Simon Loekle 

7:30 BRUSH UP YOUR 
SHAKESPEARE. 

8:30 THE GOLDEN AGE 
OF RADIO. Vintage broidcasts 
presented by Max Schmid and 
Jack Shugg 

9:30 THE PIPER IN THE 
MEADOW STRAYING. Folk 
music. Produced by Edward 
Haber 

11:00 BRUNCH. Wuh Paul 
Gorman 



1:00 HOUSING 
NOTEBOOK. Roberto 
Marerro of the Metropolitan 
Council on Housing talks to 
teiunts. 

2:00 THE NEXT SWAN. 

With Mickey Waldman 

4:00 MUSIC NOTES. Concert 
announcements With John 
Dyer. 

4:05 ALL MIXED UP. Music 
and more with Peter Bochan. 

6:00 DRUMBEATS. Native 
.American news with George 

Stiineti<.h 





6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day. 

^:00 WORLD MUSIC. Sounds 
of Brazil. Wuh Mildred 
Norman. 

12:00 NEWS. A rebroadcast o< 
the Saturday evening news. 



12:30 LABBRISH. Reggae 
with Habte Selassie 





SUNDAY/Z8 



5:00 SOUNDTRACK. All 
about cinema with Paul Wunder. 

8:30 HERE OF A SUNDAY 
MORNING. Early music 
presented by Chris Whent. 

11:00 BOURGEOIS 
LIBERATION. With Larry 
Josephson. 



12:30 ANYTHING GOES. 

American musical theater 
presented by Paul Lazarus. 

2:00 THROUGH THE 
OPERA GLASS. Rare 
performances presented by 
Martin Sokol. The history of the 
Metropolitan Opera, 1923 33. 

4:30 WORLD VIEW. A 

weekly roundup of significant 
international trends with Samori 
Marksman. 

5:30 NUCLEAR ALERT. 

Issues of weaponry, power, and 
policy with Dr. Michio Kaku 
and the Institute (or Safe 
Technology. 



6:30 NEWS. With Barbara 
Day. 

7:00 THE SCIENCE 
REPORT. Prtxiuced by Eileen 
and Roben Zalisk 

8:00 TOM DISCH. One of the 
more prolific and controversial 
science fiction writers talks about 
his life and work. Produced by 
Tom Whelan. 

10:00 NUANCES. With Pepsi 
Charles. 



12:00 NEWS. Sunday evening 
news rebroadcast. 

12:30 DIGRESSIONS. With 
John Fisk. 



THE WBAI NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE. The premiere 
of new, never-before aired music of American 
composers, performed by musicians live at WBAI's 
Studio A will feature works for small ensembles of one, 
two, three, or four players. This is the first in what is 
hoped will be a continuing series of concerts dedicated 
to the broadcast of unrecorded chamber music by living 
composers. Produced by Jim Theobald. Musical 
direction by Robert Kogan. Tues., Nov. 30, 9:30 p.m. 



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MONDAY/29 



5:00 EVERYTHING OLD 
IS NEW AGAIN. With Dave 
Kenny. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 LIVE RADIO. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 
Presented by Ted Cohen. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

Housing in New York City. 
Produced by Paul Crandall. 



12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 RECONSTRUCTING 
PSYCHOLOGY. With the 
Group for a Radical Human 
Science. 

2:00 MEDIA REVIEW. Film, 
books, television and more. 

3:00 SOJOURNER'S 
JOURNAL. About Black 
women with Linda Asantewaa 
Johnson and Yasmine Pierre. 

3:30 A MOVEABLE 
FEAST. Produced by Tom 
Vitale. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

5:00 VERBAL 
CONTRACTS. With Rita 
Hall. 



6:30 NEWS. With Robert 

Knight. 

7:00 ADDENDA. Book 
reviews from the Drama and 
Literature Department. 

7:15 MUSIC NOTES. 

Concen announcements 
presented by Jane McMahan. 

7:30 EVERYWOMAN- 
SPACE. Nice Jewish Girls. 
Tapes trom the reading at 
Womanbooks. Produced by 
Shelley Messing. 

8:30 EVERY PADDLER'S 
HERITAGE. Radio drama 
produced by Doreen Canto and 
Stephan Erickson. 

9:00 CITIZEN KAFKA. Sid 
and friends produced bv Edward 
Haber. 

10:00 EVENING MUSIC. 

Evidence. With Ramsey Ameen 
and Spencer Richards. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 news. 



12:15 ROUND MIDNIGHT. 

With Leonard Lopate. 



TUESDAY/30 



5:00 TIME FOR A 
CHANGE. With Alan 
Leventhal. 

7:00 MORNING SERIAL. 

7:15 THE NEW TUESDAY 
SHOW. With Diane Lacey. 

9:00 MORNING MUSIC. 

11:15 COMMUNITY 
BULLETIN BOARD. 

11:20 BREAD AND ROSES. 

The Nuyorican Express with Al 
Rivera. 



12:00 NATURAL LIVING. 

With Gary Null. 

1:00 ACROSS THE RIVER. 

New Jersey issues with John 
Atlas and Bob O'Sullivan. 

2:00 NOTES ON THE 
ECONOMY. With David 
Gordon. 

2:30 PERSPECTIVES ON 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE. With 

Tom O'Connor. 

3:00 CONSIDER THE 
ALTERNATIVES. Foreign 
and domestic policy with the 
SANE Education Fund. 

3:30 THE TUESDAY 
READER. Produced by Doreen 
Canto. 

4:00 AFTERNOON MUSIC. 

Presented by Karen Peterson. 

5:00 LIVE RADIO. 



6:30 NEWS. With Robert 
Knight. 

7:00 FRONT LINE. 

Commentary about Southern 
Africa with the African National 
Congress. 

7:30 PRAXIS. Focus on 
Nonliem Ireland. Produced by 
Tom Whelan. 

8:30 ILLUMINATIONS. 

Urban issues with Bill Lynch. 

9:30 THE WBAI NEW 
MUSIC ENSEMBLE. A live 
concen produced by Jim 
Theobald with musical direction 
by Robert Kogan. 

11:30 NEWS. A rebroadcast of 
the 6:30 evening news. 



12:15 BECAUSE THE 
NIGHT. With Linda Perr\-. 



Michio Kaku 



WTSTON .V<DR£WS 



To the Editor: 

Let me enter the fray between the anonymous 
democratic socialist and Wayne Watkins, who expressed 
antithetical views about Poland and the Soviet Union. I 
have asked many Catholics why the Pope is concerned 
about violations of human rights in Poland, and in 
socialist countries but remains silent about those 
violations in places like South Africa, South Korea, 
Chile, and El Salvador, for example. I ask them, also, 
why he asks the poverty-striken in the rest of the anti- 
communist world to accept their fate, for "Blessed are 
the poor, for they shall inherit the earth, and will be 
rewarded in heaven, while he has strictly forbidden 
priests, under penalty of being cast out of the church, 
to become political activists in such hell-holes like El 
Salvador and Chile. I ask them why he has said nothing 
except pieties about the brutal murder of the four nuns 
and of Oscar Romero, the Archbishop of El Salvador, 
who spoke out for the poor, as did Jesus, and was 
murdered in his church while celebrating mass. 
Frankly, I believe that Lech Walesa and Archbishop 
Glemp are directly involved with the Pope in 
overthrowing the Polish government. Do you know 
that a committee of 21 "new government" people 
were, and remain in Switzerland, ready to assume 
power when the government was to be overthrown by 
force, evidence for which has been found in Solidarity 
files. Since when is the Catholic Church pro-socialist? 
Walesa, recall, visted the Pope on several occasions, 
ostensibly to pray, but stayed on for a week at a time. 
Were they talking about the Sermon on the Mount, the 
truly great oration in favor of the poor? 

Why has every anti-Soviet person, such as Ralph 
Schoenmann, secretary to anti-Soviet philosopher 
Bertfand Russell, who organizes meetings throughout 
this country in defense of Solidarity, become aroused? 
Why did Lane Kirland, head of the AFL-CIO and 
Douglas Eraser, head of the United Auto Workers, 
send money, printing presses, and support to Solidarity, 
even while the fired PATCO strikers were without any 
support except mere words, and the Eraser clique gave 
in on hard- won concessions over the decades? Why did 
Albert Shanker, head of the AFT and UFT (salary for 
the double hats at least $103,000, plus an expense 
account, a la big executives) open an office in UFT 
headquarters for Solidarity, while he has done nothing 
against the imprisonment of the teachers on strike in 
Teaneck, N.J., where the judge threatened to fire the 
teachers (since when does a judge have the power to 
hire and fire??) 

As for Social Democrats, their record is a sorry one 
of collaboration. In 1921, Social Democrat Otto Bauer 
helped overthrow the revolution in Germany; in 1936, 
Social Democrat Leon Blum in France, not only 
arrested volunteers who went to fight in Spain, but also 
did not allow them to flee over the Pyranees, when the 
fascists won. By the way, what country was the only 
one to help the Loyalists fight the fascists? (Answer: 
the Soviet Union) The Social Democratic Liberal Pany 
here defeated the Labor Pany here in the 1940's by 
smearing it with a red herring: what is it now but a 
lackey to the bourgeois parties? I can cite more 
examples, but that should suffice. 

Lastly, against whom does the US plan a prolonged, 
winnable nuclear war? And does anyone really think 
the Soviets are that irrational and desperate that they 
would initiate a war of any kind without getting 
annihilated with our "antiquated" 7,000 atom bombs 
in Europe, and our Polaris and Tridents in the 
Mediterranean? Come on; the problem now is uorld 
peace, or uorld annihilation. Let's stop this wrangling 
and faaionalism: let's fight for peace and total nuclear 
disarmament, k anything more vital than preservation 
of our planet? 

Sincerely yours. 
Leon Baya 



Dear Editor: 

The following is in response to listener Boyer's letter 
appearing in the Aug. -Sept. Folio. 

I rarely listen to phone-in shows and I have never 
called one, I am thus unfamiliar with the activities on 
Ms. Messinger's program. However, I am livid that the 
management of the station chose to allow Mr. 
Boyer's letter to go unchallenged, without even the 
slightest demurral. 

Firstly, Mr. Boyer accuses we right of center types 
with every moral crime he can bring to mind. We arc 
likened to "curs lying in wait," we are told that our 
views are nauseating, and we are told that we "cannot 
be supporters of the station," etc. ad nauseum. I 
object. I am innocent of all these charges and I believe 
that most of the albeit small conservative listenership 
are innocent as well. I also object to the blanket 
personal attack that Mr. Boyer makes on a whole class 
of WBAI supporters/listeners. Apparently Mr. Boyer 
wants us to just "pay your money then shut up." I 
am angry and disappointed with the WBAI 
management for failing to include a disclaimer after 
Mr. Boyer's letter. I think that such a failure was 
cowardly. 

Secondly, Mr. Boyer hints at a means test for getting 
on to a phone-in show. 1 think that a statement of 
station policy is long overdue. Is the station a left of 
center/socialist/communist station, or is the station a 
free speech station? Are the airwaves of 99.5 available 
to all those having something relevant to say or are 
they restricted to those who share Mr. Boyer's 
positions? 

Management's error wasn't in allowing Mr. Boyer 
to express his procrustian ideas. All points of view, 
favorable and obnoxious, should have access to the 
Folio or the airwaves. Management erred in not 
reemphasizing the free speech philosophy of the Pacifica 
Foundation when it clearly had the obligation and the 
opponunity to do so. 

Sincerely, 
Richard Sussman 













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