|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|AZ0249||Howl / by Allen Ginsberg ; produced by Lili Francklyn.||
Ginsberg reads his controverial poem. A panel discussion recorded in 1957 follows with Lawrence...
|KPFA, Mar. 1979.|
|AZ0905.01||Phone calls rated "X" / produced by Bill Drummond ; executive producer Bari Scott.||
Documentary from panel discussion, listener phone-ins, and tape features, which explores the...
|Satellite, 21 June 1990.|
|BB0223||Censorship and obscenity / moderated by Lawrence Goldberg.||
Eugene Boyle and Coleman Blease discuss the legal definitions and conflicts with free speech...
|KPFA, 3 Mar. 1961.|
|BB0418||On pornography / S.I. Hayakawa, Murray Schwartz, and William Beach.||
Presentations at the 1963 hearings of the Interim Committee of the Criminal Procedure Committee...,
r.1. S.I. Hawakawa -- r.2. Murray Schwartz -- r.3. William Beach.,
r.1. S.I. Hawakawa -- r.2. Murray Schwartz -- r.3. William Beach.
|KPFA, 9 Nov. 1963.|
|BB3842.01||The Conservative viewpoint / Richard Kuh ; interviewed by Larry Josephson.||
District Attorney and the prosecutor in the Lenny Bruce case discusses his views of obscenity...
|BB3842.02||The Libertarian viewpoint / interviewed by Larry Josephson.||
Civil liberties lawyers Alan Levine, Burt Newhouse, Efrem London, and Josh Koplovitz discuss...
|IZ0115||The Carlin case / interviews by Joe Cuomo and Mickey Waldman.||
Paul Gorman, James T. Farrell, Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, E.L. Doctorow, Erwin Krasnow,...
|WBAI, Mar. 30, 1978.|
|KZ0212||Seven words you can never say on television / George Carlin ; recorded by Roy Tuckman.||
Comedy routine which challenges FCC obscenity regulations.
|SZ0184||The Struggle for free expression / produced by Rich McClear.||
Focus on the efforts of KPFA, WBAI, and KRAB to maintain an open mike policy inspite of...
|SZ0200||Behind the badge : the humanities and criminal justice produced by Jane Garabedian.||
Series explores contemporary issues in criminal justice and focuses on the relevance of...,
r.1. The relevance of the humanities. -- r.2. Culture and anarchy. -- r.3. Justice and the...