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Friday, August 9, 2013


12-1  Alan Watts, "Reality, Art, and Illusion"  Part 2 of 4
From MEA, Box 303, Olema, CA 94950.  1 (866) 492-8446. 

INTRO MUSIC; Ella Fitzgerald, ‘Steam Heat’ from “Ella Sings Broadway” CD

1-2 Shinzen Young "How to Get Enlightenment In A Sauna" 
From Vipassana Support International, 1 (866) 666-0874.   (for local classes click on 'other programs).

INTRO MUSIC; Handel, ‘Water Music’  Tafelmusik CD

2-3 J. Krishnamurti, "Thought Breeds Fear"
From KFA (Krishnamurti Foundation of America), Box 1560, Ojai, CA 93024.  (805) 646-2726.

OUTRO MUSIC; Handel, ‘Il Pastor Fido’  Tafelmusik CD

3-4 Caroline Casey, "Visionary Activist Show"\
Welcoming ally Doron Amiran, the Development Director of SolFest, back to the show after 5 years.
From KPFA.  All info: 1 (888) 741-gods,

4-6 Thom Hartmann Program
On the frontlines at ALEC summit: Brenden Fischer, Center for Media and Democracy   and ALEX Exposed   

Should BP get the death penalty for crimes against humanity and nature?  Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire Radio 

Elllen Ratner, Talk Radio News Service,

If a business won’t pay a living wage – should it exist?  Diane Furchtgott Roth, Manhattan Institute 

All program info: 

OUTRO MUSIC; Judy Collins, ‘Nightingale II’ from “Whales & Nightingales” CD, 

Thursday, August 8, 2013


12-1 Dave Emory, "For the Record #444 - Interview with Peter Vogel"
His book “The Last  Wave From Port Chicago”  is at 

1-2  Robert Jensen, “A Call to Action”

2-3:30 Eben Rey, "Project Next" 
Guest 1:  Michael Tellinger, Ancient Civilization in  So. Africa 
Guest 2:  Trevor James Constable “The Cosmic Pulse of Life” 
Examining the formative future.  Email Eben:  

3:30-4 The Bioneers - Revolution from the Heart of Nature "Taking a Breath: Healing the Inner Environment" 
Program information: 1 (877) bioneer 

4:00-6 The Thom Hartmann Show
How Liberals will infiltrate the ALEC meeting, Nick Surgey, Center for Media and Democracy  
Who is the press…and is it free?  James Goodale, “Fighting for the Press,” 
Bob Ney, Talk Radio News Service 
Is America becoming a police state?  John Whitehead, “A Government of Wolves:  The Emerging American Police State” 
Program info:     

OUTRO MUSIC: Judy Collins, ‘Nightingale II’ from “Whales & Nightingales” CD 

Wednesday, August 7, 2013


Special Program Commemorating A-Bombing of Hiroshima & Nagasaki

Intro by Lila Garrett from ‘Connect the Dots’ Monday, August 5, 7am (on KPFK audio archives)

12-4 Special Program Commemorating the A-Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, August 6 and 9th,1945.
Excerpts from "The Last Train from Hiroshima" by Charles Pellegrino, read by Arthur Morey.
Book generally available.
Audio from Tantor Media Inc., 1 (877) 782-6867, (The unabridged audio book is 13 hours long)
Charles Pellegrino’s Website: 

SEGUE MUSIC; Messiaen, ‘Majeste’ du Christ demandant sa gloire a son Pere Tres lent et majestueux’ from “L’Ascension.” Orchestre de l’Opera Bastille, Deutsche Grammophon CD 

4-6 Thom Hartmann Program
The case for socialism, Len Gilroy, Reason Foundation
Can eminent domain save homeowners? Tanya Marchiol, Team Investments,
Ellen Ratner, Talk Radio News Service,
Bradley Manning … government’s cheating heart.
Program info: 

OUTRO MUSIC: Judy Collins, ‘Nightingale II’ from “Whales & Nightingales” CD

Tuesday, August 6, 2013


12-3 Bobb Lynes & Barbara Sunday "Don't Touch That Dial!"

12-12:30 Suspense,  "The Blue Hour" starring Claire Trevor  (9-25-49)

Our annual salute to the movies with details about the upcoming Cinecon, five days of films over the Labor Day weekend. Bob Birchard will be our in-studio guest.  Cinecon at Egyptian, Aug 29-Sept 2, 

Gulf Screen  Guild theater  "Blind Alley" featuring Leatrice Joy,

1:30-2 Fred Allen Show with Carmen Miranda (3-10-46)

2-3 Lux Radio  Theater,  "One Sunday Afternoon" starring Jack Oakie.  Email Bobb:   Email Barbara: 

3-6 From Roy's Archives

3-4 NBC Theater, 'The Wild Palms' by William Faulkner                                                                         
Originally broadcast on December 4, 1949.

4-4:30 X Minus One, 
"Time And Time Again" by H. Beam Piper (1-11-56)

4:30-5 X Minus One
 "A Pail Of Air" by Fritz Leiber (3-28-56)

MUSIC SEGUE: Vaughan Monroe, “When The Lights Go On Again” from “Songs That Got Us Through WW II” CD

5-6 Lux Radio Theater
“The Day the Earth Stood Still"  (1-4-54)
Starring Michael Rennie.  Based on the story "Farewell to the Master" by Harry Bates.

OUTRO MUSIC; Judy Collins, ‘Nightingale II’ from “Whales & Nightingales” CD,