|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|BB2320||A conversation with Ella Winter / interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson||
The internationally known political author and lecturer Ella Winter talks with Elsa Knight...
|American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Politicians and politics||KPFA, February 19, 1969|
|AZ0376||An Interview with Jessica Mitford / interviewed by Alan Snitow and Wendell Harper.||
An interview with author and journalist Jessica Mitford (b. 1917 - d. 1996) by KPFA's Alan...
|American Women -- Authors and journalists||KPFA, 1979?|
|BC2376||Anatomy of a manifesto||
During the Journalist Encounter, which preceded the United Nations International Women's...
|American Women -- International women, American Women -- Authors and journalists||KPFK, 23 Sept. 1975|
|IZ0443||Anna Quindlen, live at Barnard College||
Anna Quindlen, sydicated columnist at the New York Times, speaks about her education and...
|American Women -- Authors and journalists||WBAI, ca. 1993 (day unknown)|
|BB0685||Be it ever so humble: 1964 / produced by Marcia Tompkins.||
Marcia Tompkins returned to her hometown of Tuscaloosa, Alabama in July 1964 and clandestinely...
|WBAI, 3 and 4 Sept. 1964 and March 21, 1965|
|KZ1248||Buying the night flight / Georgie Ann Geyer ; interviewed by Helene Rosenbluth.||
One of the first women foreign correspondents talks about her career.
|KPFK, Mar. 1983.|
|SZ0161||Elsa Knight Thompson : a remembrance / produced by Moira Rankin ; edited by Gary Covino ; technical direction by Linda Mack.||
ELSA KNIGHT THOMPSON : A REMEMBRANCE / produced by Moira Rankin| edited by Gary Covino|...
|KPFA, 3 Mar. 1983.|
|AZ0689||Elsa Knight Thompson accepting the Lewis Hill award||
Elsa Knight Thompson (April 6, 1906 - February 12, 1983), broadcaster and former Public Affairs...
|American Women -- Authors and journalists||KPFA, ca. April 17, 1982|
|BC2793.03||Four people of the town (Part 3 of 4)||
This is the third of four programs produced by Marcia Tompkins in a series called "You must...
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WBAI, November 23, 1970 and KPFA January 21, 1971|
|IZ0607||Hot type / by Marjorie Lipsyte interviewed by Phyllis Kriegel||
"Hot Type" is a novel about a woman working on a newspaper in the 1960's,...
|American Women -- Work and unions, American Women -- Authors and journalists||WBAI, March 25, 1982|
|BC1481||Lesbian nation / Jill Johnston ; interviewed by Barbara Cady.||
Village Voice columnist discusses her views of lesbianism, and presents a radical feminist...
|PZ0069||President Reagan at the National Press Club.||
Actuality: Reagan inaugurates first woman president of the National Press Club, Vivian Wellberg...
|BB3864.01||Some voices of the town (Episode 1 of 5)||
The first in a series of five parts produced in 1965 by then-folio editor of WBAI, Marcia...
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WBAI, Mar 21, 1965 and Aug 2, 1970 and KPFA Dec 10, 1970|
|BB3864.03||The demonstrations (Episode 3 of 5)||
The third in a series of five parts produced in 1965 by Marcia Tompkins, about her hometown of...
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WBAI, Mar 1965 and Aug 16 1970 and KPFA Dec 24, 1970|
|BB3864.02||The Klan (Episode 2 of 5)||
The second in a series of five parts produced in 1965 by Marcia Tompkins, about her hometown of...
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WBAI March 21 and 22, 1965 and August 2 and 9, 1970 and KPFA Dec.1970.|
|BB3864.05||The young people (Episode 5 of 5)||
The fifth in a series of five programs produced in 1965 by Marcia Tompkins, about her hometown...
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WBAI, March 1965 and August 30, 1970 and KPFA Jan. 1, 1970.|
|BC0019.15||Washington report-June 24, 1971: Kate Webb at the National Press Club||
Kate Webb (1943-2007), Australian foreign correspondent for United Press International who was...
|American Women -- Authors and journalists, American Women -- Vietnam conflict||WBAI, 24 June 1971.|
|BC2793.01||Well, the words have changed anyway (Part 1 of 4)||
In this first program in the series "You must go home again: 1970," Marcia Tompkins...
|American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination||WBAI, November 9, 1970 and KPFA, January 7, 1971|
|IZ1447||Women reporting on women||
Three feminist journalists who were all involved in coverage of the Houston Women's...
|American Women -- Authors and journalists||WBAI, May 8, 1978|
|BB3864||You must go home again: 1965 / produced by Marcia Tompkins (Series record)||
Series record for Marcia Tompkins' 1965 series originally named "You must go home again or be it...
|WBAI, March 1965 and August 1970.|
|BC2793||You must go home again: 1970 / produced by Marcia Tompkins (Series record)||
In 1965, Marcia Tompkins made a five-part documentary on her hometown of Tuscaloosa, Alabama,...
|WBAI, November 9 through December 2, 1970|