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KPFK 90.7 FM SEPTEMBER 30 -OCTOBER 13, 1963




INTERNATIONAL YEARS OF THE QUIET SUN



FROM THE IGY CONFERENCE • A SERIES OF EIGHTEEN PROGRAMS



VOL. FIVE, NO. 6



Th« PROGRAM FOLIO, a $«rvic« to KPFK subscribers, is published bi-w««kly by
KPFK (FM 90.7 mc) which serves Southern California. KPFK broadcasts 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.

Anyone can listen, but those who want creative and provocative programming sup
port KPFK. The basic annual subscription is S12.00. Contributions are tax-deduct-
ible because KPFK is non-profit. Sustaining, $25.00; Contributing, 150.00; Patron,
$100.00; Participating, $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 non-profit
corporation. KPFK programming has been favorably reviewed by The Saturday
Review, The Los Angeles Times, The Nation. The Nev? Yorker, The Christiam
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.
KPFK transmits from Mt. Wilson with a power of 110,000 watts. The mailing address is KPFK, Los Angeles
38, California. Studios and offices are located at 3729 Cahuenga Blvd., North Hollywood.

TR 7.5583, ST 1-0150.




BROADCAST HOURS: 7 a.m. to 12:00 midnight, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to
12:00 midnight Saturday 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). ISumbers in parentheses
following listing of musical selections refer to time, in minutes.



MONDAY, September 30

7:00 A.M. BAROQUE CONCERTOS— IV:

VIVALDI Flute Concerto Op 10 No. 1, Masi/

flute. Orch San Pietro/Ruotolo (Decca 10062)

(8)
TELEMANN Viola Concerto in G. Passaggio/

viola, I Solisti di Zagreb/Janigro (BG 575) (12)
BACH Harpsichord Concerto No 2 in E

Kirkpatrick / harpsichord. Lucerne Fest

Strings/Baumgartner (ARC 3132) (21)
VIVALDI Recorder Concerto in G minor, Kran-

is/recorder. Kranis Baroque Ens (Kapp 9066)

(9)
HANDEL Oboe Concerto No 1 in B-flat. Plath/

oboe. Frankfurt Chamber Orch/Heidger (Har

7173) (8)
TELEMANN Trumpet Concerto in D, Scher-

baum / trumpet, Bach-Orchester Hamburg/

Stehli (Arc 3119) (15)
ALBINONI Violin Concerto in D, Op 9 No 7

Pelliccia/violin, Virtuosi di Roma/Fasano

(Decca 9598) (11)
BONPORTI Concerto a Quattro No 8 in D, Op

11. Michelucci/vln, Altobelli/vc, I Musici

(Epic 3542) (12)
HANDEL Organ Concerto No 13 in F, Biggs/

organ, London Phil/Boult (Col 267) (16)



9:00 COMMENTARY: Hallock Hoffman. (Sep 29)

9:15 FENDENNIS — I: Beginning a thirteen-part
BBC dramatization of Thackeray's novel. To-
day, The Fair Ophelia.

9:45 WHAT TO FEED THE BABY — I: The

La Leche League. In this three-program series,
Mike Tigar talks with people concerned with
the revival of breastfeeding. First. Mrs. Ralph
Calvin, president of the Pasadena group of the
La Leche League.

10:05 HANDEL ORG.\N CONCERTOS: E. Power
Biggs plays concertos 7-10, Nos. 1-4. Sir Adrian
Boult conducts the London Philharmonic Or-
chestra. (Col M2L 261) (54)

11:00 AN ELIZABETHAN ENTERTAINMENT — I:

Writings and music of the period, rendered by
Anthony Quayle, the New York Pro Musica. the
Deller Consort, the Schola Cantorum, Anton
Heiller. and Karl Sheit. Assembled by Jane
Bennett, Mike Dayton, and Marc Okrand. (Spoken
Arts, Archives, Bach Guild, and Decca.)

12:00 EXPLORING THE CHILD'S WORLD— I: The

Spider Web. First of a series of thirteen inter-
view programs with delinquent and disturbed
children in the Allegheny County Juvenile Home,
produced by Francis R. Duffy. C.S.Sp. , I'h.D.,
of Duquesne University.



shows the IQSY symbol, adopted by Marv Lyons, Los Angeles
photographer and designer. Rampant Lyon Unlimited.



tic co^iA.



During the week of August 12th, UCLA was the location of a conference
held to collate the final results from the International Geophysical Year which
endecd in December, 1958. Pacifica Radio was at the IGY Conference and
recorded all the major speeches and press conferences. In addition, Mitchell
Harding, the executive producer of this series, and Bruce Henstell interviewed
scientists from eleven countries. These programs — eighteen in all — are fea-
tured in this F0//0, beginning at 7:30 on the evening of October 1st.

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12:30 A VAIGHAN WILLIAMS CONCERT:

Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. Phil-
harmonia Orch Von Karajan (Ang 35142) (15)

A London Symphony. London Philharnioiiic Orch/
Boult (Lon 569) (44)

1:30 EYEWITNESS AT HUE: A rebroadcast of a
report by Dr. Eric Wulff of a Buddhist massa-
cre in South Vietnam. (Sep 27)

2:30 THE MENGELBERG ERA — V: Beethoven's
"Pastoral"' Symphony with Mengelbergr conduct-
ing the Concertgebouw Orchestra. William Mal-
loch comments. (June 12»

3:15 THE BEST AND WISEST MAN— I: A tribute
to Sherlock Holmes, with Conan Doyle. William
Gillette, and Basil Rathbone. Comments by An-
thony Boucher and Jack Xessel. (Sep 18)

4:00 FISCHER-DIESKAL SINGS WOLF: Gerald
Moore accompanies Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau in
ten Goethe songs and Hertha Klust is the ac-
companist for sixteen songs from the Italian
Song Book. (Ang 35474 & Decca 9632) (62)

5:00 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page 5

6:00 PRIME TIME: Lee Whiting previews the com-
ing week's outstanding programs.

6:15 PACIFICA NEWS: Mike Hodel, John Ohliger.

6:40 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Clair Brush.

6:45 COMMENTARY: Marvin Schachter. (OCT 1)

7:00 SIBELIUS FESTIVAL — VII: Ernest Anser-

met conducts the Helsinki City Symphony Orch.

SIBELirS En Saga

DEBUSSY Fetes, from Nocturnes
Apres-midi d'un Faune
Rondes de Printemps, from Images

BEETHOVEN Symphony No 7 in A major. Op
92

8:15 YEVTUSHENKO — SELECTED POEMS: Mike
Tigar reads from the works of the young Rus-
sian poet, Yevgeny Yevtushenko. Included is the
famous poem, Bal)iy Yar, as translated by
Robin Milner Gullan and Peter Levi for the
Dutton collection. Then, Yevtushenko himself
reads several of his poems in Russian. (Ak-
koda)

9:15 SYMPHONY FOR CLASSICAL ORCHESTRA:

The composer is Harold Shapero and the per-
formance is by the Columbia Symphony Orches-
tra under the direction of Leonard Bernstein.
(Col 4889) (44)

10:00 THE GOON SHOW: A man's desperate hunt
to clear his name of a fearful stigma reveals
the truth behind the last of the Piccadilly es-
critoires. Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe, and
Peter Sellers connive. (BBC)

10:30 MODERN JAZZ SCENE: Phil Elwood with
the first of three programs on Bill Smith. (OCT
1)

11:00 THE ORESTEIAN TRILOGY OF AESCHY-
LUS — I: Agamemnon. Beginning a three-part
series of a new translation, by C. A. Trypanis.
of the Greek tragedy, produced by Val Gielgud
for the BBC. Parts II and III will be heard at
this time on Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
NOTE: Due to the length of the above program,
sign-off time will be at 12:30 A.M.



TUESDAY, October 1

7:00 A.M. ORCHESTRAL CONCERT:

MENDELSSOHN Symphony No 3 in A minor

London Sym/Dorati (Mer 50132) (38)
HARRIS Symphony No 7

Philadelphia/Ormandy (Col 5095) (19)
BARTOK Viola Concerto

Primrose: Orch/Serly (BRS 309) (21)
BORODIN Symphony No 1 in E flat

Philharmonia/Galliera (Ang 35346) (31)

9:00 COMMENTARY: Marvin Schachter (Sep 30)

9:15 PENDENNIS — II: More of Thackeray's partly
autol)iographical novel, as dramatized by the
BBC. Here. Beardine the Lion.

9:45 CONTRACEPTION THROUGH THE AGES:

Dr. Allen Freeman, a Los Angeles psychiatrist,
discusses Dr. Norman Hines' Medical History
of Contraception. (Gamut Press.)

10:00 A HAYDN SYMPHONY: The "Drum-roll"
symphony No 103 in E-flat major. Antal Dor—
ati conducts the Philharmonia Hungarica. (Mer

50208) (30)

10:30 THE COUNCIL FOR A LIVABLE WORLD:

We repeat Dr. Leo Szilard's interview recorded
this summer on WMAR-TV. (Sep 24)

11:00 LOUISVILLE ORCHESTRA CO>LMISSIONS:

ROSENBERG Louisville Concerto, Harth/violin,

Schneider/viola, Whitney/cello. Louisville

Orch/Whitney (Lou 561) (23)
SHAPERO Credo for Orchestra

Louisville Orch/Whitney (Lou 565) (8)
DAHL The Tower of Saint Barbara

Louisville Orch/Whitney (Lou 562) (25)

12:00 EXPLORING THE CHILD'S WORLD— II:

Self-defense.

12:30 MUSIC OF THE NEAPOLITAN SCHOOL:

The music of Scarlatti, Cimarosa. and Paisiello
performed by the Scarlatti Orchestra under the
direction of Franco Caracciolo. (Ang 35141) (41)

1:15 A FAREWELL TO BOB COUSY: Herbert
Warren Wind's tribute to the famous athlete on
his retirement from professional basketball. It
is read by actor John Forsythe.

2:00 MODERN JAZZ SCENE. (Sep 30)

2:30 THE BLACK PRESS: A panel discussion by
six representatives of the negro press. (Sep 29)

4:00 ANDRE CAMPRA — REQUIEM: Soloists, the
Jean-Francois Paillard Orchestra, the Phillippe
Caillard and Stephane Caillat Chorales perform,
under the direction of Louis Fremaux. (XWN

19007) (54)

5:00 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page 5

6:00 SPECIAL REPORT: Behind the news.

6:15 PACIFICA NEWS: Henry Barzilay, John
Ohliger.

6:40 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Clair Brush

6:45 COMMENTARY: Robert Gaston. (Oct 2)

7:00 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher presents
the original recordings of Enrico Caruso in
operatic duets with some of his great contem-
porary sopranos: Frances Alda, Emmy Destinn,
Geraldine Farrar, Johanna Gadski, Alma Gluck,
and Nellie Melba. (OCT 3)



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