China scholar discusses political developments in the Peoples Republic during the early 1970s.
Editor of New Outlook magazine on obtaining peace in the Middle East.
The Brazilian archibishop addresses the challenge of justice, criticizes the Brazilian military regime, and questions U.S. involvement in Latin America.
The U.S. journalists who were China during the late 1940s.|PRE-LIBERATION CHINA / Jim White and John Serrice| interviewed by Banning Garrett. - The U.S. journalists who were in China during the late 1940's - BROADCAST: KPFK, 9 Sept. 1976.
On international relations among the three superpowers.
On Soviet-Chinese relations, internal divisions within ruling groups, and U.S. foreign policy under Carter.
Three leftists debate Marxism and electoral strategies.
The development of the French and Italian communist parties is discussed by two professors.
This is a five-part documentary series or "audiomosaic" as the producers call it, about the ghettos and race relations in Los Angeles. The series was produced by Leonard Brown and a team of volunteers. Initially broadcast by KPFK at 9:30 p.m. on October 26, 27, 28, and 30, 1964 and at 9:00 p.m. on November 2, 1964.
Anthropological examination of the life and social customs among the current inhabitants of Topanga Canyon, a secluded suburb of Los Angeles, California. The documentary is on Topanga as it existed at the time of recording, ambient noise and all. The music is mostly by Ba-Ca-Da, a Topanga music group. Produced by Clare Loeb and Phil Twitchell. Engineered by Ron Garson.
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