|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|BB0040||Population and birth control / moderated by Elsa Knight Thompson||
A panel discussion in the KPFA studio regarding population and birth control, moderated by Elsa...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights, American Women -- Religion||KPFA, July 29, 1960|
|BB0042||World population and human destiny / Sir Julian Huxley||
WORLD POPULATION AND HUMAN DESTINY / Sir Julian Huxley. Sir Julian Huxley, speaking before the...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights||KPFA, February 18, 1960|
|BB0043||Population report / produced and narrated by Elsa Knight Thompson and Dale Minor||
Program produced and narrated by Elsa Knight Thompson. Readings of articles about the world...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights, American Women -- Religion||KPFA, December 28, 1959|
|BB0521.02||The challenge to women / John B. Saunders (Episode 2 of 15)||
Part 2 of KPFA's presentation of the University of California's Medical Center Conference "The...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights, American Women -- Parenting and children, American Women -- Health||KPFA, June 14, 1965|
|BB0521.04||The un-mothered woman / Ethel Albert (Episode 4 of 15)||
Part 4 of KPFA's presentation of the University of California's Medical Center Conference "The...
|American Women -- Feminism, American Women -- Parenting and children, American Women -- Reproductive rights||KPFA, June 16, 1965|
|BB0521.09||Suffocation in suburbia 1: introduction / Sripati Chandrasekhar (Episode 9 of 15)||
Part 9 of KPFA's presentation of the University of California's Medical Center...
|American Women -- Parenting and children, American Women -- Reproductive rights||KPFA, June 22, 1965|
|BB0521.10||Suffocation in suburbia 2: the march of the wooden house / Paul Bigelow Sears (Episode 10 of 15)||
Part 10 of KPFA's presentation of the University of California's Medical Center Conference "The...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights||KPFA, June 22, 1965|
|BB0521.13||Suffocation in suburbia 5: dimensions of living space / Irene Taeuber (Episode 13 of 15)||
Part 13 of KPFA's presentation of the University of California's Medical Center Conference "The...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights||KPFA, June 26, 1965|
|BB0523.01||The Threat of population / William Siri and Lincoln Day.||
Panel on the impact of population growth on the world's wildernesses.
|KPFA, 31 July 1965.|
|BB1307||Your end of the boat is sinking: the problem of population / Paul Ehrlich||
Excerpts from an address on the population crisis by Paul R. Ehrlich, Professor of Biology at...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights||KPFA, August 3, 1967|
|BB1421||Abortion: a world view / Leslie Corsa, Jr.||
Leslie Corsa, Jr., M.D., Director of the Center for Population Planning at the University of...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights||KPFA, May 8, 1966|
|BB1803||The population bomb / Dennis Parnell and Paul Ehrlich interviewed by Al Silbowitz||
An interview with Stanford Professor Paul R. Ehrlich (noted population biologist and author of...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights||KPFA, July 30, 1968|
|BB2205||What's the panic: pollution and birth control / Dr. Paul Ehrlich||
Dr. Paul Ehrlich, Stanford professor and author of "The Population Bomb" talks about...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights||KPFA, September 1, 1969|
|BB2265.01-.03||Three against destruction / Alan Watts, John Letiche, and George Bergstrom.||
Three talks about various threats to mans' future. CONTENT: r.1. Stop now / Alan Watts (13...,
r.1. Stop now / Alan Watts (13 min.) -- r.2. An Economist's view / John Letiche (22 min...
|KPFA, 1 Dec. 1969-1 Jan. 1970.|
|BB2289||Population explosion problem / introduced by George Pegelow.||
Dr. Paul Ehrlich, Pete Seeger, Reverend J. Kilmer Meyers, and Paul N. McClosky speak on the...
|KPFA, 3 Jan. 1970.|
|BB2290||Population explosion seminar : two talks / Dr. Paul Ehrlich and Pete Seeger.||
Two talks about the problem of overpopulation at a seminar sponsored by the California Teachers...
|KPFA, 18 Oct. 1969.|
|BB2344||How many people can we afford : how many is too many / Abba P. Lerner, Paul Ehrlich, and Charles T. Travers.||
Three talks on the threat of unrestricted population growth.
|KPFA, 14 Mar. 1970.|
|BB2497||For unto us a child is born / written and read by S.P.R. Charter.||
Author reads his book on the human and ecological dangers of population growth.
|KPFA, 1-19 June 1969.|
|BB2498||Ecological crisis : can anthropologists do anything? / Eugene Anderson.||
Talk on the responsibility of anthropologists to discuss the population problem.
|KPFA, 9 Aug. 1970.|
|BB2507||Is population control genocide?||
A panel discussion held at the Environmental Teach-in on the University of California campus in...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights, American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||KPFA, August 20, 1970|
|BB3903||Birth control and the college co-ed / William Baird||
Talk on the need for widespread birth control among college age youths by William Baird, an...
|American Women -- Reproductive rights||WBAI, February 28, 1970|
|BC0193||The Growth of population / produced by Don Roeck.||
Norman Fleishman, Dr. Sassone, Henry Gibson, Thompson, and Walter Trinkhaus speak on the thread...
|KPFA, May 1971.|
|BC0963||Growth : boom or boomerang? / James Rummonds.||
Member of Nixon's Commission on Population Growth and the American Future discusses the...
|KPFA, 22 Sept. 1972.|
|BC1932||The time of man: American conceptions of the overpopulation problem||
A documentary produced by KPFK's Ruth Buell concerning popular American views about the...
|American Women -- Environmentalism, American Women -- Reproductive rights||KPFK, April 22, 1970|
|BC2605||Population and growth in the city / Lillian Floge ; interviewed by Lindsay Audin.||
Discussion of the growth of cities around the world, and the specific problems of overpopulation...
|BC2716||Why children / moderated by Lindsay Audin.||
Donald Mann, Lillian Floge, Helen Rodriguez and Victoria Missick discuss population control and...
|KZ1199.11||World population growth and resource depletion : a global perspective on human health / Lester Brown.||
President of Worldwatch Institute speaks at the symposium on medicine and the biosphere.
|KPFK, Nov. 1982.|