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VOL. FIVE,



KPFK transmi
38, California.



Anyone can listen, but
port KPFK. The basic
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$100.00; Participating,



The PROGRAM FOLIO, a service to KPFK subscribers, is published bi-weekly by
KPFK (FM 90.7 mc) which serves Southern California. KPFK broacJcasts 17 hours
a day of music, drama, public affairs and programs for children. The station pro-
motes discussions of all points of view, but endorses none.

those who want creative and provocative programming sup

annual subscription is $12.00. Contributions are tax-deduct-

non-profit. Sustaining, $25.00; Contributing, $50.00; Patron,

$250.00; Lifetime, $1,000; Student, $5.00 (six months);

Introductory, $3.00 (three months). Subscriptions are transferable to KPFA, serving

Northern California (2207 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley) and WBAI, serving the New

York area (30 E. 39th St., N.Y. 16).

KPFK and these two other listener-subscription stations form Pacifica, a nonprofit
corporation. KPFK programming has been favorably reviewed by The Saturday
Review, The Los Angeles Times, The Nation, The New Yorker, The Christian
Science Monitor and numerous other publications. KPFK has received broadcasting's three
most outstanding awards: a PEABODY, an OHIO STATE AWARD and the AFRED L
duPONT RADIO AND TELEVISION AWARD FOR 1961.
ts from Mt. Wilson uith a power of 110,000 uatls. The mailing address is KPFK, Los Angeles
Studios and offices are located at 3729 Cahuenga Blvd., North Hollywood.
TR 7-5583, ST 1-0150.



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Scatterecd through this Folio are programs dealing with crime and its treat-
ment. Most significant is Art Wadsworth's THE THERAPEUTIC PRISON, on
Sunday, June 16. In the manner of his programs on Synanon and Sequoia
Seminar, Art went to live for twelve days in Camp Don Lugo, near Chino,
California. Don Lugo is devoted to the rehabilitation through group discussion
and guidance of selected adult male felons. Art came back with 26 uncensored
interviews, which reveal the workings of the rehabilitation process, and the
feelings of the man struggling for self-understanding.

A glance through the rest of this issue will reveal "Crime and Punishment"
programs in literature, drama, and music, as well as in public affairs. Some
Wilde, some Dostoyevsky, prison scenes from operas, archive programs like
Steve Allen's MEETING OF THE MINDS — however you prefer your mayhem
and penology served up, we can meet your taste.

BROADCAST HOURS: 7 a.m. to 12:00 midnight. Monday through Friday. 8 a.m. to
12:00 midnight Saturtlay and Sunday. Dates of future broadcasts appear in BOLD
FACE, caps and parentheses. Example: (DECEMBER 30), Dates of original broadcasts
in light face and in parentheses. Example: (December 30). I\unibers in parentheses
following listing of musical selections refer to time, in minutes.



MONDAY, June 10

7:00 A.M. A MOZ.^KT CONCERT: Divertimenti
No. 3. 4. and 9, and Quartets No. 6, 7, and 8
interlaced, and played, respectively, by the
Vienna Wind Group and the Barylli Quartet.
(West 18011, 18092)

8:30 CO.M.MENTARY: Hallock Hoffman. (Jun 9)

8:45 NOTES FRO.M THE UNDERGROUND — I:

Dostoyevsky' s exercise in existential fiction,
read in twelve instalments by Erik Bauersfeld.
The reading continues each weekday morning
at this time.
9:15 BALLADS OF THE BRITISH ISLES: Isla
Cameron, Peggy Seeger, Ewan MacColl. the
Clancy Brothers, Dominic Behan, and Samuel
Ennis provide the folk music.

10:15 TROI'IC OF C.\NCER: Norman Corwin mod-
erates as Frank Baxter and Father Crowther
clash with Jack Hirschman and Robert Kirsch



over Henry Miller's book. When this program
was recorded, in December 1962. the book had
just been declared obsecene by an LA Court.
(Jan 2)
11:30 PIANO QUARTET.S

BEETHOVEN Piano Quartet (16)

Balsam, Pascal Qt membs (Con Hall 1215)
COPLAND Piano Quartet (1950)

NY Quartet (Col 4421) (21)
FAL'RE Piano Quartet No. 1 in C

Pennario. Shapiro, Schonbach. Gottleib (Cap

8558) (31)
MARTINU Piano Quartet .No. 1 (1942)

Schneider, Katims, Miller, Horszowski (Col

5343) (22)
1:00 \ STUDY OF THE .\NTI-SCIENTIFIC AT-
TITUDE: Fluoridation, tooth decay, and political
lunacv are featured in this Scientific American
article, read by Mitchell Harding. (May 27)
1:30 BOOK REVIEW: Dick Elman reviews Her-
bert Gold's latest novel. .Salt (Dial). (May 29)



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1:15 m:\v i.(H isvii.i.K Ki;i.i:.\si:s

JIAI.I'; SMITH t'dtitiuirs l.ir ( )ii hrslia
c;aIU)K.\KK HKAD Ninht KUkIU. l)|> 44
JiOIiKUT KTHKA Soicnjule f.n- Small Onhes-

tra. Op 26 (afttr Whitman)
NKI.SON KKYKS Music lor Miin.lav KvcninKS
ZOLTAN KOIJALY Symphony (llUUl l.ouisvill.-

Oich Whitney (LOf 6;il'. 6;il)



TUESDAY, June 11



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Th



IIISII.I.ISION.MENT: Krik HauorslVl.l reads
mas Mann's bitter short story. (Jun 5)



:{::{0 THK NK(iKO IN AAIKKU'AN IIISTOKY:

Why are NeKroes. many nf whom lit;urt' promi-
nently in Ameriian history, largely alisent from
history books? Chris Koch nioilerates a panel
of historians and authors in an effort to lind
out. (May 27)

4::{(> CHEAT EXI'KrTATM»N.s_l: The IUckens

classic in a twelve-part lUiC production is

presented daily at this time for the entertain-
ment of adults and children.

.->:(li) lOK vol N P.VCIKIC.V NEWS: Mike Model. John Ohliser.

.M.\II:NT.\KV: Marvin Schachter. (Jl N II)

::00 POETKV AND THE AIODEKN PIIII.IC: A

dis( ussion recorded in 1!IG2 at the I'niversity of
Chicago's Festival of the Arts. The participants
are poets Karl Shapiro. Uobert Lowell, and
Stanley Kunitz. Professor Elder Olson of the
Cniversity of Chicago moderates.

8:0I> DON.MESCIIINCiEN FESTIVAT,. MUii — l:

The first comi'Icte public performance of I'iorre
Boulezs Pli seloii pli (Portrait de .Alallarnie).
The composer conducts the Southwest Cernian
Radio Orchestra with soloist Kva Maiia Hon-
ner. The tapes come to us courtesy of che
Association of German Broadcasters and the
Southwest German Kadio.

!»:l-> FKOAI THE FKONT: .John Fles. who recently
co-authored an article on William BurrouRhs'
Naked laineh (Crovc), talks about the ccmtro-
vcrsial book.

'J-.M) C.VPITAI, PIMSH.MENT IN C'.VMFORMA
— AIAV, 1!)(!3: A documentary recorded on the
eve fif the scheduled execution of three men in
San Quentin's sas chamber. May 2. 1963. which
was also the third anniversary of the death of
Caryl Chessman. The program deals with the
moratorium proposed by Assemblyman Lester
McMillan: the proposal to televise executions:
recent Supreme Court comment on appellate
prticedure. and the case of the convicted men.
Heard are the voices of Governor Brown, a
deputy district attorney, actor Don Murray,
lawyer Ben Margoli.s. Caryl Chessman, and a
TV station manaKer. The program was produced
and recorded by Fred Haines, John Ohliger. 3

l);ive Ossman. Mike Tinar. Art Wadsworth.

H):M) THE .M A V KICH.VKI)
STRAINS

Wanderer's Sturmlled

Vienna Aka^hed pieces. Three Fantastic Dances.
Ludovic Valliant is trumpeter in the First
Concerto, (I'athe FOX 769)

:()() FINLAND AND Rl'SSIAN KOl'LETTE: A
Finnish professor. Lauri Puntila, discusses the
furor caused liy an article in the December
1!m;j Heailer's Digest. (May 27)

::{(> HAPPY niHTHD.W KU'IIARD STRAUSS
Horn Concerto Xo. 1 in E flat

Hrain/Philharmonia/Galliera (Col 4775) (15)
Serenade in E flat, Op 7

lOastman Winds/Fennell (Mer 50173) (8)
Oboe Concerto

Goossens/l'hilharmonia/Galliera (Col 4775)(22)
Burleske

Janis/Chicago/Reiner (Vic 2127) (20)
Taillefer, Op 52

Cebotari/Ludwig/Hotter/Cho & Radio Berlin
Orch/Rother (Cr 7042)

:((0 THIS KIND OF WAR: R. T. Fehrenbach re-
cently wrote a book of this title, published by
Macmillan. on the Korean conflict. Dale Minor
interviews him. (Jun 3)

:(I0 THE .MODERN JAZZ SCENE: Phil Elwood.
IJun 10)

:30 N.ATO AND THE PAX .AMERICANA: British
MP Konni Zilliacus dissects the Western alli-
ance. (May 6)

:00 WAGNER'S •''

10:00 .\.M. SATl RD.AY. June 15
THIRTEEN (LOCKS — III

-Mike Tinar's reading of James Thurber's
fairy tale with Dave Elster as The Golux



;00 .MONDAY, June 17
TELI^.MF^AGAIN Tale

Huth I'rince
H.APPY BIRTHDAY

This time for Igor Stravinsky
ALPILABETS AND BIRTHD.AYS: IJ

More of Gertrude Stein by Nina S. Landau
LITTLE VIC — VI

S.vlvia Walden goes on with Gates' story
:00 TUESDAY, June 18
TI.ME FOR RHY.ME

Bob Ellenstein
MUSIC OF .MANY LANDS

Gerald Zelinger
PEANUTS

Kaye Ballard and Arthur Siegel
LITTLE VIC — VII

As read l)y Sylvia Walden
:00 WEDNESD.AY, June 19
FOREST LORE: Dogs

Josh Bark in
ISRAEL SONiiS FOR CHILDREN

Miriam Ben-Ezra sing.s in Hebrew (FC7226)
AI-PH.ABETS .AND BIRTHD.AYS: KL

Nina Landau continues Gertrude Stein
LITTLE VIC— VIII

Sylvia Walden reads another episode
:00 THURSDAY, June 20

SKiNPOST: To a Ribbon Maimer

J. -Nirkelsliur.tf — A. Sagan
.Ml SIC FOR YOUNG LISTENERS

Robert Martin. Children's Music Center
OTTO AT SE.A

Tol y Halpern reads W. Pene DuBuis story
LITTLE VIC — IX

Read liy Sylvia Walden
:00 FRID.AY, June 21

.lACK AND THE KING'S (iIRL
J.ACK .AND THE THREE SILLIES

Two more "Jack" tale.'; liy Richard Chase
.AI-PH.ABETS .AND BIRTHD.AYS: MN

liead by Nina Serrano Landau
I>ITTLE VIC — X

S>lvia Walden concludes reading
:00 .\..M. S.\Tl RD.AY, June 22
THIRTEEN CLOCKS — IV

Conclusion of Mike Tigar's reading of

James Thurber fairy tale

>TE TO PARE.NTS: "Little Vic" by Doris Gates
is the featured story for this Folio period.
We suggest you take the time to listen with
your children. You will appreciate why we
strongly recommend it for family listening
when you hear episode VII.



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11:10 WOKKS KOK STRING OKCUKSTRA — KAST
MKKTS WKST: The Moscow Chamber Orches-
tra, led by Kudolf Barshal. plays Vivaldi's
Concerto Grosso in B; the Bath Festival Or-
chestra under Yehudi Menuhin plays Bach's
BrandenburK Conterlo No. 3. then both orches-
tras combine to play. unilerMr. Barshal. Michael
Tippett's Concerto for Double String Orchestra.
(Lon CM 9332, Cap 7217, Ang 35981)



WEDNESDAY, June 12

7:00 .A.M. CIIAMHKK .Ml SIC

A collection of little-known or heard chamber

music from the Society for Forgotten Music

releases.

MENDELSSOHN Quartet in E flat

Westwood String Quartet (SFM 1001) (20)
VIOTTI Quartet in B flat

Baker String Quartet (SFM 1006) (24)
MICHAEL, HAYDN Quintet in C

Roth Quartet. Halleux/viola (SFM 1005) (20)
GLINKA Quartet in F

We.>;t\v.iod String Quartet (SFM 1001) (18)

8:30 CO.MMKNT.VRV: to be announced.

8:45 NOTES FRO.M THE INDERGROVNI) — III:

Continuing Erik Bauersfeld's reading from Dos-
toyevsky.

S):15 rROBLE:MS OF EXP.AMMNG CONSCIOUS-
NESS: Dr. Timothy Leary discusses hallucino-
genic drugs with Fred Haines. (Jun 3)

10:00 .AIISIC BY FRESCOB.ALm & G.ABRIELM:

Harpsichord (iaillards. Partita.s and Canzonas
by the former, played by Paul Wolfe (EA 0022);
and Symphonae Sacrae played by the New York
Brass Ensemble under Samuel Baron (Per 734)

10:45 AFRICAN POETRY — III: The Poetrj- of

."^OMth .Africa. Another in.«tallment of poet and
translator AVillard Trask's series. (Apr 17)

11:30 H.\YI)N .\NI) .AIOZ.\RT CONCERT

H.-\YDN Divertimento in B flat

Paris Wind Ens (Epic 3461)
MOZART Cassation No. 1 in G. K 63

Zimbler Sinfonietta (Dec 8520)
HAYDN Divertimento in C

Haas. London Baroque (West 18058)
MOZART Cassation No. 2 in B flat

Winograd. MGM Orch. (MGM 3540)
HAYDN String Quartet. Op. 76. No. 5

Schneider Quartet (Hay 9065)

1:00 .\ (iRADl ATION ADDRESS FROM I'P-
ST.ATE VER.MONT: Inspiration and guide for
those who 'come after us on life's muddy road."
(DY 11) (Jun 3)

2:00 THE LE.VDER OF BRITAIN'S IJBERAI.S:

Jo Grimond. MP. discusses his party with Cam-
bridge professor D. W. Brogan. (May 30)

'i:30 EVENINGS ON THE ROOF: While Peter
Yates hovers in the Viackground. we hear
Strauss, Grieg, and Debussy play their works.
Music by Earle Brown too. (Jun 9)

3:30 AN HISTORI.VN LOOKS AT THE WORLD
TOD.W: Dr. Arnold Toynbee speaking at Stan-
ford. (May 29)



-III: More Dickens



4:30


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