Reading of Dickens' Christmas story.|THE SEVEN POOR TRAVELERS / by Charles Dickens| read by Frank Coffee. - Reading of Dicken's short Christmas story. - BROADCAST: WBAI, 28 Dec. 1968.
Mrs. Virginia Baron, editor, and Mr. Yasuhide Kobashi, illustrator, discuss their anthology of ancient Japanese tanka poetry (or waka) with host Ellen Jaffe. They also discuss Japanese calligraphy and its relation to illustration. Both Baron and Kobashi read some of the mood poems, in English and Japanese. RECORDED: 26 Apr. 1968. BROADCAST: WBAI, 19 June 1968.
A Thousand Years Of Vietnamese Poetry was an evening of poetry translated and read by Robin Morgan and Vietnamese scholar Nguyen Ngoc Bich. Morgan and Nguyen read selections from Vietnamese poems in an anthology collected by the Asian Literature Program of the Asia Society.
Valerie Bettis was a famous modern dancer, also known for her dance and acting appearances on Broadway, in films, and on television, but has consistently returned to her first source of fame: modern dance.
Doris Lessing, the author of The Golden Notebooks and other novels, talks with free-lance writer Richard Koffler about society and writing. The program was specially recorded for Pacifica at the London studios of the BBC. RECORDED: by the BBC in London, England. BROADCAST: WBAI, 13 Oct. 1963.
Readings of Cortazar's short stories.
WBAI Folio notes, September , vol. 1, no. 19, p. 3 Thursday, September 22, 8:15 p.m.
WBAI's Bob Fried leads a panel discussion on how psychedelics, hallucinogenics and other related drugs are treated in contemporary society and on society's view of the use and abuse of said drugs. Panelists are Dr. Donald B. Luria, from the New York County Medical Society Subcommittee on Narcotics; Dr.
Dr. Harold Greenwald, author of The Call Girl: A Social and Psychoanalytic Study (Ballantine), discusses the modern form prostitution takes in the United States, and its relation to the general moral aspect of the nation. Recorded in the studios of WBAI in 1960. Broadcast on WBAI and KPFA in 1961 and 1962.
Florynce "Flo" Kennedy (1916-2000), attorney, and Ti-Grace Atkinson of the National Organization for Women (NOW) are interviewed by Kay Lindsey about how the judical system discriminates against women.
Four Black women--Peachie Brooks, housewife and mother of five living in Brownsville, NY; Vertamae Smart-Grosvenor, mother, actress, and Temple University and Sorbonne alum who has lived in New York and Paris; Florynce "Flo" Kennedy, attorney, director of Media Workshop and member of the Steering Committee of the Peace and Freedom Party; and Eleanor (Holmes) Norton, Antioch University
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