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FOLIO



JULY 1986

KPFK90.7FM
PACIFICA RADIO
IN LOS ANGELES



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DRAWIMG GLENMGHOSSMAM CALLIGRAPHY LAUREL KOSS



KPFK FOLIO



REPORT TO THE LISTENER



MUCHAS GRACIAS . . .ARIGATO GOZAIMASU
. . .AND THANK YOU! We have just completed the
most successful fund drive since the Watergate hearings with a total
of $145,285 in pledges. There are so many people to thank for this
successful drive: All who pledged, came to help process the pledges,
and donated food. Thanks to programmers and volunteers who did
double duty to bring you the best news and information, art and
cultural programming. A special thanks to the hard working,
underpaid staff who have put up with four managers in the past
three years and who rallied to the challenge of meeting the goals.
There are a number of programmers who raised $3,000 or more;
special kuddos to "the new kid on the block," Harlan Ellison, who
raised over $8,000! Harlan has recendy joined KPFK and has
renamed "Hour 25" in honor of the late Mike Hodel. Would Mike
be proud!



KPFK STAFF



GENERAL MANAGER: Sharon Maeda (Interim)

ASSISTANT TO GENERAL MANAGER: Pearl Skolnes

CHIEF ENGINEER: Robert Reite

OPERATIONS DIRECTOR: John Glass

PRODUCTION DIRECTOR: Jell Bickel

SUBSCRIPTIONS DIRECTOR: Sue Cohen

PROGRAM COORDINATOR AND FOLIO EDITOR: Pamela Burton ,

NEWS DIRECTOR: Don Rush

REPORTERS: Roberto Naduris

SOMETHINGS HAPPENING: Roy Tuckman

MORNING NEWS: Alan John Hams

OFFICE MANAGER: Mary Fowler

THANK YOU to our Local Board and our wonderlul volunteers

PACIFICA FOUNDATION AND RADIO ARCHIVES: 5316 Venice Blvd Los Angeles Ca 90019, (213) 931-1625

PACIFICA FOUNDATION NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Jack O'Dell, Kay Pierson Steue Post, Jennie Rhine, Dan Scharln

OFFICERS: Chair: Jack O'Dell First Vice-Chalr: Jennie Rhine Treasurer: Dennis Susec Secretary: Joan Giant; Vice Chairs:

Jean Palmquist, Mania Rivero, David Salniker. John Simon

Pacific Chief Executive Otlicer: Sharon Maeda

PACIFICA NETWORK SISTER STATIONS

KPFA 2W7 Shalluck Ave , Berkeley, Ca 94704 (415) 848-6767, 94,1FM.

KPFT: 419 Lovelt Blvd , Houston, Tx 77006 (713) 526-4000,90 1FM,

WBAI: 605 81h Ave, 191h Fl , New York. NY 10018 (212) 279-0707, 99-5FM

WPFW: 700 H St, N W, Washington, DC 20001 (202) 783-3100, 89,3FM

The Folio (ISSN-0274-4e56| is the monthly publication ol KPFK, 90 7FM, with otiices and studios at 3729 Cahuenga Blvd West

North Hollywood, Ca 91604 Second Class Postage paid at Studio City Ca and additional mailing oflices POSTMASTER: Send

address changes to P O Box 8639, Universal City, Ca 91 608 SUBSCRIPTIONS to KPFK are $40 per year and are translerable to

other Pa. Idea Stations Two dollars ($2) ol the donation or subscnplion to KPFK are lor publication ol our monthly magazine— The

Foho Our transmitter IS on Mt Wilson We broadcast in stereo multiplex with 25 microsecond pre-emphasis KPFK is owned and

operated by Pacilica Foundation, a non-profit institution KPFK is a member of the Association of California Public Radio Stations

and the National Federation o( Community Broadcasters

KPFK SWITCHBOARD: (818) 985-2711 Business hours: 9 am to 5 pm, Montjay - Friday



Pacifica has once again made
editorial on South Africa. At its '
national board moved swiftly to ta
the bloodbath anticipated on '
anniversary of the Soweto uprisi
U.S. Supreme Court in 1984 for
to editorialize but intended to exe
and compelling circumstances,
provided Pacifica with an opp
encourage Americans to make y
Reagan. In its inaugural editorial,
O' Dell, asked listeners to urge 1
apartheid immediately and absol
us in opposing any U.S. cooperal
editorial was the best exercise oft
founding principles of peace and j
the power of the airwaves to e(
audience.

In a speech at the recent Transa
Rev. Dr. Allan Boesak, promine
leader, said that the system that (
own land and brutally murders
cannot be negotiated, reformed
Boesak's speech available free o
stations. Listen for announcem(
including speeches from the large
featuring the African National C
Jesse Jackson.

And now, KPFK reaches its II
and excitement and dedication t
and years to come. Thank for he

Sharon Maeda

Interim General Manager



DESIGN, TYPOGRAPHY & PRODUCTION BY ART DIRECTION SERVICES. Los Angeles



JULY 1986 VOLUME 56



tory by broadcasting its first
shington meeting in June, the
action that would help to limit
>nday, June 16th, the tenth
Pacifica won the right at the
non-commercial broadcasters
se that right only under special
e situation in South Africa
cunity to use the ruling to
■ feelings known to President
air of the Pacifica board, Jack
jident Reagan to "break with
ly." We hope that you joined
I with the Botha Regime. This
-irst Amendment and Pacifica
ice. We will continue to utilize
late and inform our listening



[:a banquet in Washington, the
! South African anti-apartheid
lies Blacks citizenship on their
ir men, women and children
rehabilitated. Pacifica made
large, to all 295 public radio
!; about further programming
tmti-apartheid rally in England
ijress' Oliver Tambo and Rev.



birthday with renewed energy
,iTve you better in the months
ig to make it happen!



JULY PROGRAMMING



TUESDAY JULY 1ST

AM

6:00 MUSIC IN BLACK— THE CLASSIC IMAGE— John Ration
and Barbara Shernll play the music of national and inter-
national Black classical composers and performers of all
genre from early on to the present day

7:00 MORNING MAGAZINE— News Headlines the latest
local, national and international events
7 15— Commentary With Charles Morgan

7 30— News and issues with Sandra Zickefoose and
Ariana Manov

8 30— Newscast An extended report

9 00— Read All About It by Chuck Moore
9 25— Calendar of Community Events

9:30 FOLKSCENE— In celebration of Canada Day. Roz Larman
host an hour of the music ol Canada Then lor the last
hour. Howard Larman is |Oined by the late Stan Rogers
from a 1981 Folkscene program
11:30 MORNING READING

12:00 NOON CONCERT— With William Malloch

2:00 DR. CARL FABER— SELFISH LOVE HEALING AND
PATHOLOGY IN DEVOTION. CHERISHING AND ADO-
RATION Lecture »2 by Dr Carl Faber Produced by Pearl
Skotnes To be rebroadcast Thursday evening at 7 30 pm

3:00 VERNON HOWARD— Author philosopher and lecturer
Please send in your vote tor or against this program
Subscription label on your lolio is only official ballot Send
on postcards to KPFK. attention Pamela Burton

3:30 AMERICAN INDIAN AIRWAVES— On tape William Oan-
dasan interviews Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz, a Cheyenne trom
the San Francisco Bay area Ortiz will discuss indigenous
autonomy in Nicaragua, American Indian visits to Libya
and Russell Means' visit to Nicaragua as a guest of
MISSURATA

4:00 CAMBRIDGE FORUM— Phil Zwerling minister of Ihe First
Unitarian Church of Los Angeles looks at the human
condition from a Unitarian universalist perspective

5:00 SOMETHING SPECIAL— Something special lor Ihe US
day ol Independence July 4 1986

5:55 CALENDAR OF COMMUNITY EVENTS

6:00 THE TIMES IN REVIEW— KPFK s in depth look at events
of the day. through news reports from around the world,
interviews with noted analysts and a wide ranging cover-
age ol local issues

7:00 OPEN JOURNAL- Roy Ulnch hosts

7:30 PSYCHOLOGY FOR THE PEOPLE— with Steve
Portuguese

8:30 SOUNDINGS— Jackie Apple hosts

9:30 IMAGINARY LANDSCAPE— A program ol new, unusual

and experimental music, hosted by Carl Stone
11:30 REBROADCAST OF EVENING NEWS
AM

12:00 SOMETHINGS HAPPENING— with Roy of Hollywood
EARTH TUESDAY Issues of environmental threats real
and proposed, explored through prerecorded materials
and in studio guests



WEDNESDAY JULY 2ND



6:00 MUSIC FROM THE HEARTS OF SPACE— Meditative
music, often electronic, produced at KPFA Berkeley

7:00 MORNING MAGAZINE— News Headlines Ihe latest
local, national and international events
7 15— Commentary Education with Jett Morton
7 30— News and issues with Sandra Zickeloose and
Ariana Manov

9 00— Newscast With Alan John Harns
9 25— Calendar ol Community Events

9:30 INDEPENDENT MUSIC WITH VINTAGE MARIO— Mario
Casetta has been broadcasting ethnic music shows at
KPFK lor 16 years In that time span he has covered a wide
spectrum of perlormers. both recorded and live Twice, in
our listener polls, Mario's shows were voted the most
popular ol all music programs at KPFK and the 4th most
popular show in the whole station Not too shabby During
the month ol July, KPFK will present the best of Mario So
tune in every Monday and Wednesday 9 30 and Keep
Dancingi "Nick Louie and Bulgarian Folk Instruments
(Nov 19711 Black Music of Two Worlds lAfncan and
Carribean Aug 1972|
11:30 MORNING READING

12:00 JOURNEY THROUGH THE REALMS OF MUSIC— host

Bill Davila

2:00 KUMBA CREATIVITY- Produced by Angallfu

3:00 PUBLIC AFFAIRS

3:30 FEMINIST MAGAZINE— With Helene Rosenbluth.

5:00 MOVEMENT LA.-Mark and Avis Ridley-Thomas host

5:55 CALENDAR OF COMMUNITY EVENTS

6:00 THE TIMES IN REVIEW— KPFK s in depth look at events
ol Ihe day through news reports from around the world,
interviews with noted analysts and a wide ranging cover-

7:00 TALKING BOOK— Programming for Black youth Music,
news, stories and plays Tune in to see what's new. Pro-
duced by Isidra Person, Janette Robinson FlinL Cynthia
Culberson



8:00 PACIFICA RADIO ARCHIVES ON THE AIR— A new fea-
ture the 1 St, 3rd and 5th Wednesday evening ol the month
Tonight you will hear Steven Biko in an interview shortly
before his detention and execution m a South African lail,
Pac Radio Archive number, 120091 Also you will hear
Alan Boesak s speech. Why Justice Can t Wait '
Recorded at Trans Alnca gathering 6/7/86
9:30 SPECTRUM— The best Black music Irom around the
world with your host Hamilton Cloud

11:30 REBROADCAST OF EVENING NEWS

AM

12:00 SOMETHINGS HAPPENING— with Roy ol Hollywood



THURSDAY JULY 3RD

AM
6:00 ALIVE AND PICKING— Mary Kathenne Aldin hosts this

hour ol bluegrass and oldtimey folk music
7:00 MORNING MAGAZINE— News Headlines the latest

local, national and international events

7 15— Commentary Atheists United

7 30— News and issues with Sandra Zickefoose and
Ariana Manov

8 30— Newscast An extended report

9 00 -Read All About It by Bill Gallegos
9 25- Calendar of Community Events

9:30 SOUNDS OF BRAZIL— Experience the tasty music ol
Brazil with Sergio Mielniczenko
11:30 MORNING READING
PM

12:00 EARLY MUSIC PROGRAM— Music Irom medieval lo
early Baroque Hosted by Robert Young

2:00 THEATER CLOSE-UP— with Stefan Tatar

2:30 MEDIA RARE— hosted by Paul Lion

3:00 THE AGING SOCIETY— Discussions with special guests
about the substantive changes that will occur as massive
demographic shifts take place within our population

3:30 NOAM CHOMSKY— A four part series that will present
two maior addresses given by Chomsky when he was in
town in Apiil Produced by Pamela Burton

4:15 PORTRAITS OF THE USSR— with Suzi Weissman

5:00 WIZARDS— hosted by Shel Plotkin, Bobby Nelson and
Cory Dilzei

5:55 CALENDAR OF COMMUNITY EVENTS

6:00 THE TIMES IN REVIEW— KPFK s in depth look at events
of the day through news reports from around the world,
interviews with noted analysts and a wide ranging cover-
age ol local issues

7:00 PRESCRIPTION FOR SURVIVAL— Hosted by Drs Dn
Newman, Joe Burkes and Linda Velasquez Physicians lor
Social Responsibthly A new weekly time slot lor a pro-
gram that has been on for live years Our national program
also produced by PSR can be heard on Mondays at 4:30.

7:30 DR. CARL FABER-SELFLESS LOVE HEALING AND
PATHOLOGY IN DEVOTION CHERISHING AND ADO-
RATION Lecture «2 by Dr Carl Faber Pro.luced by
Pearl Skotnes

8:30 NOTICIERO PACIFICA

900 LATIN AMERICAN PROGRAMMING

9:20 CALENDARIO DE LA COMUNIDAD/CALENDAR

9 30 COMUNIOAD AL DIA/COMMUNITY UP DATE: LAS
VIVENCIASA DE LOS LATINOS EN LA.

10:05 LA OTRA AMERICA/THE OTHER AMERICA: Aspeclos
pccnom.cos pohlico5 V s iciales de America Latma

10:45 UD NOSOTROS Y LA NUEVACANCION/THE -NEW
SONG

11:30 REBROADCAST OF EVENING NEWS
AM

12:00 SOMETHING S HAPPENING— with Roy ol Hollywood



FRIDAY JULY 4TH



AM
6:00 FUN RADIO— Audio llolsam and )etsam fiom the archives

ol Scott Fraser
7:00 MORNING MAGAZINE— News Headlines the latest

local, national and international events

7 15 — Commentary By Charles Morgan

7 30— Open phones wilh Charles Morgan

8 30 -Newscast with Alan John Harris

9 00 Read All About It by Susi Weissman
9 25 - Calendar ol Community Events

9:30 CANTO TROPICAL— wilh Hector Resendez

11:30 MORNING READING

PM

12:00 SOUNDBOARD— Classical art music ol the guitar, lite,
and other instruments with soundboards, produced by
John Schi-eider
2:00 AN AMERICAN VOICE— A special lor the fourth ol July
Ten years ago. as radical America turned Irom protest to
granola Phil Ochs died leaving a rich heritage ol music
and song On April third a group of Phil's friends gathered
to celebrate his life In a special rebroadcast. KPFK otters
A Small Circle of Friends and a special retrospective on
one of America s most profoundly moving songwriters
Join us July 4rth lor Phil Ochs/ ASmall Circle ol Friends A
special produced by Jane E Pipik and Fd Haber .iiid
hosted by Bob Young

JULY ATH CONTINUES ON BACK



KPFK FOLIO



JULY 1986 VOLUME 56



REPORT TO THE LISTENER



MUCHAS GRACIAS . . .ARIGATO GOZAIMASU
. . .AND THANK YOU! We have just completed the
most successful fund drive since the Watergate hearings with a total
of $ 145,285 in pledges. There are so many people to thank for this
successful drive: All who pledged, came to help process the pledges,
and donated food. Thanks to programmers and volunteers who did
double duty to bring you the best news and information, art and
cultural programming. A special thanks to the hard working,
underpaid staff who have put up with four managers in the past
three years and who rallied to the challenge of meeting the goals.
There are a number of programmers who raised $3,000 or more;
special kuddos to "the new kid on the block," Harlan Ellison, who
raised over $8,000! Harlan has recently joined KPFK and has
renamed "Hour 25" in honor of the late Mike Hodel. Would Mike
be proud!



KPFK STAFF



GENERAL MANAGER: Sharon Maeda (interim)

ASSISTANT TO GENERAL MANAGER: Pearl Skolnes

CHIEF ENGINEER: Roben ReXe

OPERATIONS DIRECTOR: John Glass

PRODUCTION DIRECTOR: Jett Bickel

SUBSCRIPTIONS DIRECTOR: Sue Cohen

PROGRAM COORDINATOR AND FOLIO EDITOR: Pamela Burton

NEWS DIRECTOR: Don Busti

REPORTERS: Roberlo Nadutis

SOMETHINGS HAPPENING: Roy Tuckman

MORNING NEWS: Alan John Hams

OFFICE MANAGER: Mary Fowler

THArjK fOU to otif Local Board and our wonderlul volunteers

PACIFICA FOUNDATION AND RADIO ARCHIVES; 5316 Venice Blvd , Los Angeles

PACIFICA FOUNDATION NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Ruth Abraham, Carr

Jack ODell. Kay Pierson, Steve Post, Jennie Rhine, Dan Scharlm, Dellmo Varela

OFFICERS: Chair: Jack Dell Firal Vice-Chalr Jennie Rhine Tfeaauter: Dennis S.

Jean Palmquisl Mania Rivero, David Salmker, John Simon

Pacrfjc Chiel Executive Oflicer Sharon Maeda

PACIFICA NETWORK SISTER STATIONS

KPFA: 2207 Shalluck Ave. Berkeley, Ca 94704(415)848.6767,94 1FM

KPFT: 419 Loveit Blvd , Houston, Tx 77006 (713) 526-4000.90 IFM

WBAI: 505 8th Ave. I9th f I . New York. NY 10018 (212) 279-0707, 99 5FM

WPFW: 700 H SI , N W , Washington, D C 20001 (202) 783-3100, 89 3FM

The Folio (lSSN-0274-48561 is the monlhly publication ot KPFK, 90 7FM with oltices

North Hollywood. Ca 91604 Second Class Postage paid al Studio City, Ca andadditi

addtesschangesto PO Box 8639, Universal City, Ca 91608 SUBSCRIPTIONS loKP

other Pac.tica Stations Two dollars(S2) o1 the donation or subscription lo KPFK ath Hector Resend.

11:30 MORNING READING
PM

12:00 SOUNDBOARD— Classical an music of t

Jyhn Schneider
2;00 AN AMERICAN VOICE— A special for the



JULY 4TH CONTINUES ON BACK



JULY 1986 VOLUME 56



tory by broadcasting its first
shington meeting in June, the
action that would help to limit
inday, June 16th, the tenth
Pacifica won the right at the
non-commercial broadcasters
*e that right only under special
e situation in South Africa
cunity to use the ruling to
• feelings known to President
air of the Pacifica board. Jack
sident Reagan to "break with
ly." We hope that you joined
1 with the Botha Regime. This
First Amendment and Pacifica
ice. We will continue to utilize
ate and inform our listening



:a banquet in Washington, the
South African anti-apartheid
ies Blacks citizenship on their
ir men, women and children

rehabilitated. Pacifica made
large, to all 295 public radio

about further programming
mti-apartheid rally in England
'ress' Oliver Tambo and Rev.



birthday with renewed energy
;rve you better in the months
ig to make it happen!



JULY PROGRAMMING



TUESDAY JULY 1ST

AM

6:00 MUSIC IN BLACK— THE CLASSIC IMAGE— John PaHon
and Barbara Sherrill play the music ol national and inter-
national Black classical composers and performers ol all
genre Irom early on to the present day

7:00 MORNING MAGAZINE— News Headlines the latest
local, national and international events
7 15— Commentary With Charles Morgan

7 30— News and issues with Sandra Zickefoose and
Ariana Manov

8 30— Newscast An extended report

9 00— Read All About It by Chuck f^oore
9 25— Calendar ol Community Events

9:30 FOLKSCENE— In celebration ol Canada Day. Roz Larman
host an hour ol the music of Canada Then lor the last
hour Howard Larman is loined by the late Stan Rogers
Irom a 1981 Folkscene program
11:30 MORNING READING

12:00 NOON CONCERT— With William Malloch

200 DR. CARL FABER— SELFISH LOVE HEALING AND
PATHOLOGY IN DEVOTION, CHERISHING AND ADO-
RATION Lecture »2 by Dr Carl Faber Produced by Pearl
Skotnes To be rebioadcast Thursday evening at 7 30 p m

3:00 VERNON HOWARD- Author, philosopher and lecturer
Please send m your vote lor or against this program
Subscription label on your lolio is only ollicial ballot Send
on postcards to KPFK. atlenlion Pamela Burton

3:30 AMERICAN INDIAN AIRWAVES— On tape William Oan
dasan interviews Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz a Cheyenne Irom
the San Francisco Bay area Orliz will discuss indigenous
autonomy in Nicaragua. American Indian visits to Libya
and Russell Means' visit to Nicaragua as a guest ol
MISSURATA

4:00 CAMBRIDGE FORUM— Phil Zwerling minister ol the First
Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, looks at the human
condition Irom a Unitarian universalist perspective

5:00 SOMETHING SPECIAL— Something special lor the U S
day ol Independence July 4 1986

5:55 CALENDAR OF COMMUNITY EVENTS

6:00 THE TIMES IN REVIEW— KPFK s in depth look at events
of the day, through news reports Irom around the world
interviews with noted analysts and a wide ranging cover-
age of local issues

7:00 OPEN JOURNAL— Roy Ulrich hosts

7:30 PSYCHOLOGY FOR THE PEOPLE— VBith Steve


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