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Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
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Written especially for radio by the young English author James Morgan, these are three interdependent plays that are highly sophisticated versions of the fairy tale "The princess and the frog". The cast includes Charlotte Lane, Robert Bernard, Ted Royce and Sailor Cresswell. The play was directed by Sarah Schilling. Technical production and special effects by Richard Brause. The Mind's Eye Theatre is produced by Baird Searles. Contains six seconds of test tone at the beginning of the...
Topics: Fairy tales, Radio adaptations, James Morgan
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
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Part Two of the play written especially for radio by the young English author James Morgan. These are three interdependent plays that are highly sophisticated versions of the fairy tale "The princess and the frog". The cast includes Charlotte Lane, Robert Bernard, Ted Royce and Sailor Cresswell. The play was directed by Sarah Schilling. Technical production and special effects by Richard Brause. The Mind's Eye Theatre is produced by Baird Searles. Eleven seconds of test tone at...
Topics: Fairy tales, Radio adaptations, James Morgan
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Sep 20, 2068
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Eight monologues by Diane Di Prima, written at different times, and first assembled at the Cafe Cino. The monologues and performers are "Bacchanale", Sierra Bandit; "Freddie's monologue", Lee Fitzgerald; "Butterfly sprite", Edward Barton; "John's words", John Braden; "Zip code", Diane Di Prima; "Hand grenade", Alan Marlowe; "Did he go to the seaside", John Herbert MacDonald; "Humilities", James Waring;...
Topics: Radio adaptations, Di Prima, Diane
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Sep 10, 2068
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Adaptation of Frank Moffett Mosier's play set in the Near East during the Roman Empire,and focussing on the relationship between Judas Iscariot and an unnamed friend. Features Joseph M. Hamer as Judas Iscariot and Jonathan Fox as the friend. Directed by Sarah Schilling. Technical production by Richard Brause. Frank Moffett Mosier is the author of The Birth of Venus and The Eagle and the Rock, also performed by The Mind's Eye Theatre.
Topics: Mosier, Frank Moffett, Radio adaptations, Judas Iscariot
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
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Dramatic reading of Mervyn Peake's�Boy in darkness, the second installment of Peake's Gormenghast trilogy featuring the hero Titus Groan, on WBAI's Mind's Eye Theatre. Venturing into a trackless waste from his ancestral castle, Titus falls in love with two villains, a hyena and a goat, who deliver him into the hands of one of the most blood-curdling of literary villains: a white lamb. The cast includes Sara Dalton, Cliff May, Albert Norton and Gordon Spencer, and the narrator is Mitchell...
Topics: Peake, Mervyn Laurence, 1911-1968, Radio plays, Science fiction, Gormenghast trilogy, Boy in...
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Jun 7, 2068
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A prize-winning mystery play in verse by Maxine Haleff, directed by Jack Marks for WBAI's Mind's Eye Theatre. The cast includes Virgil Doyle, Jack Marks, Maxine Haleff and Raymond Espinosa. Technical production by Morris Markowitz and Fred Friedman. Original score by Sun Ra (1914-1993). Broadcast on WBAI, June 7 and 8, 1968. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3818.03.
Topics: Radio plays, Haleff, Maxine, Sun Ra, mystery
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
May 6, 2068
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This adaptation of Richard Hoag's off-Broadway play deals with a man's confrontation with his own homosexuality in an unusual and stylized fashion. Starring Chuck Ports as the man, with supporting parts played by David Clemens, Sheila Cohen, Raymond Cole, Thomas Crawley, Fred Dykeman, Richard Hoag, Stephanie Moss, JoAnn Schuman, Michael Talcott, and Juliette Whitman. Written and directed by Richard Hoag. Produced by Charles Lewis and Baird Searles. Technical direction by Ed Woodard. This...
Topics: Radio adaptations, HOMOSEXUALITY, Hoag, Richard
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
May 6, 2068
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A mother, a daughter, a radio and a squalid apartment are the components of this radio play written by Elyse Nass and directed by Daniel Landau for WBAI's Mind's Eye Theatre. Madlyn Cates plays the mother and Jacqueline Portnoy plays Olga, the daughter. Technical direction by Ed Woodard. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3818.01.
Topics: Nass, Elyse, Radio plays
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
May 2, 2068
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Performance of a play by Frank Moffett Mosier, taking place in the 12th century, that concerns a visit by the Baron Paolo di Stefano to the Princess Andrina of Naples while her husband is away fighting the Turks, and gives a wry look at the medieval ideal of courtly love. The cast includes Linda Phillips as Andrina, Eugenie Snell as Francesca, Bill Wiley as Giovanni and Joseph M. Hamer as Paolo. Original music composed and performed by Marilyn Scheuer. Technical direction by fred Friedman....
Topics: Mosier, Frank Moffett, Radio adaptations
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Mar 13, 2068
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Presentation of two short plays for WBAI's Mind's Eye Theatre, A touch of strange by Theodore Sturgeon and Better than Eden by William West. One play concerns the loss of a mermaid; the other, the loss of a unicorn. Both plays take place in the nude, and one takes place in the dark. Cast includes Eve Dow, Jane Dow, Judy Richheimer, Adam Smith, John Smith, and Ronald Kahn. Technical direction by Fred Friedman. Production assistant, John Agress. Produced and directed by Baird Searles. Sturgeon's...
Topics: Radio plays, Radio adaptations, Sturgeon, Theodore, West, William
A play by Jon Katz, adapted from the historical documents of the fugitive slave resistance at Christiana, Pennsylvania, on September 11, 1851--the so-called "Christiana Riot." Heard in the cast are Lois Adler, Jay Bonnell, Crystal Field, Brannon Hall, Walter Jones, Frank MacFie, Marvin Peisner, and Ashton Young. Folksongs performed by John Bassette. Technical director, Edgar Walker. Produced and directed by Jon Katz. This production was scheduled to coincide with Negro History Week...
Topics: Radio plays, Slavery in literature, Slave insurrections, Riots--Pennsylvania--Christiana, Katz,...
A play by Jon Katz, adapted from the historical documents of the fugitive slave resistance at Christiana, Pennsylvania, on September 11, 1851--the so-called "Christiana Riot." Heard in the cast are Lois Adler, Jay Bonnell, Crystal Field, Brannon Hall, Walter Jones, Frank MacFie, Marvin Peisner, and Ashton Young. Folksongs performed by John Bassette. Technical director, Edgar Walker. Produced and directed by Jon Katz. This production was scheduled to coincide with Negro History Week...
Topics: Radio plays, Slavery in literature, Slave insurrections, Riots--Pennsylvania--Christiana, Katz,...
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Feb 2, 2068
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A modern fable in one act by Frank Moffett Mosier. A conversation between an eagle and a rock, in which the world and the human race are discussed from an outside point of view. Features Joseph M. Hamer as the eagle and Bill Wiley as the rock. Directed by Sarah Schilling. Mosier is billed as a Ford Foundation recipient, member of the New Dramatists, and winner of an observership in the Playwright's Unit of the Actor's Studio for his play "Op." This recording was formerly cataloged as...
Topics: Schilling, Sarah, Radio adaptations, Mosier, Frank Moffett
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Dec 17, 2067
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Baird Searles reads "The star", a short story by Arthur C. Clarke (1917-2008), for WBAI's Mind's Eye Theatre. This controversial "Christmas" story tells of a space-going Jesuit and a discovery that shatters his faith. Clarke is recognized as a master of science fiction whose works include Childhood's End, The City and the Stars, and many works of non-fiction. This story is used by kind permission of Clarke's agent, Scott Meredith. Recording mastered by David Rapkin. This...
Topics: Clarke, Arthur C. (Arthur Charles), 1917-2008, Science fiction
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Nov 26, 2067
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A dramatic reading of the science fiction novella by author and critic Samuel R. Delany. Adapted for radio by the author, who also acts as narrator, it is a poetic and nightmarish vision of the future, with a conjectural view of the changes in social mores brought by an extra-solar expansion of humanity. The complex electronic score was especially written by Susan Schweers. The other voices belong to Randa Haines, Walter Harris, Jerry Matz, Joan Tanner, and Phoebe Wray. Technical production by...
Topics: Science fiction, Radio adaptations, Delany, Samuel R.
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Nov 26, 2067
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A dramatic reading of the science fiction novella by author and critic Samuel R. Delany. Adapted for radio by the author, who also acts as narrator, it is a poetic and nightmarish vision of the future, with a conjectural view of the changes in social mores brought by an extra-solar expansion of humanity. The complex electronic score was especially written by Susan Schweers. The other voices belong to Randa Haines, Walter Harris, Jerry Matz, Joan Tanner, and Phoebe Wray. Technical production by...
Topics: Science fiction, Radio adaptations, Delany, Samuel R.
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Nov 21, 2067
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Dramatic readings from the first installment of the "Gormenghast" trilogy by British science fiction author Mervyn Peake (1911-1968), adapted for WBAI's Mind's Eye Theatre by kind permission of the U.S. publisher Weybright and Talley. The novels concern the enclosed, created world of the great castle of Gormenghast and its inhabitants, ruled by ritual and torn by madness: Sepulchrave, 76th Earl of Groan (Albert Norton) prone to melancholia and obsessed with the death owls of the Tower...
Topics: Peake, Mervyn Laurence, 1911-1968, Radio adaptations
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Nov 7, 2067
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A dramatic performance of an early poem by Howard Phillips "H.P." Lovecraft (1890-1937) by the Word Players for WBAI's Mind's Eye Theatre. Cast includes David Haight, Judy Ratner, Gil Jardine, Julie Scherer, Sherry Pockell and Ann Rivers. The technical production was by Neil Conan, assisted by Charles Pitts. The program was conceived and directed by Baird Searles. Contains 55 seconds of test tone at beginning of recording. Announcer and cast break character while the announcer reads...
Topics: Horror in literature, Radio adaptations, American poetry--20th century, Lovecraft, H. P. (Howard...
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
May 16, 2067
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Performance of Theodore Sturgeon's story for WBAI's 99.5 Radio Theatre. The story tells of a representative of the expansionist, imperialistic culture of the planet Kit Carson, and his encounter with the deceptively pastoral culture of Xanadu. Adapted by Baird Searles, with Larry Holpp, Anthony Abeson, Annette Oliver, Cliff May and Deborah Jowitt. Presented by express permission of Mr. Sturgeon and /Galaxy Science Fiction/ magazine, in which the story originally appeared in 1956. Technical...
Topics: Radio adaptations, Sturgeon, Theodore, Science fiction
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Mar 24, 2067
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A dramatic reading of an imaginary correspondence between Victorian poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861) and British Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel (1788-1850). One of a series of mythical correspondences originally printed in Punch, this program was written by Patrick Ryan. The dramatis personae consists of Randa Haines and Mike Hodel. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3703.
Topics: Radio adaptations, Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 1806-1861, Peel, Robert, 1788-1850
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Feb 25, 2067
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Performance of a short play by William West about four children of the 21st century - or are they? The cast includes Deborah Jowitt, Randa Haines, Mike Hodel, and George Spelvin. Directed by Baird Searles for WBAI's 99.5 Radio Theatre. Contains 13 seconds of test tone at beginning of recording. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3830.16.
Topics: Radio plays, West, William, Science fiction
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Feb 21, 2067
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WBAI's 99.5 Radio Theatre presents an adaptation for radio by Joanna Russ of the satirical 18th century novel by Thomas Love Peacock. The cast includes Albert Norton, John Wilson, Judy Richheimer, Karen de Bergh, Baird Searles, and Christopher Strater. Produced by Baird Searles, with assistance from Lee Crespi and Bob Lewis. Technical production by Sam Sanders. 15 seconds of tone appear at the beginning of the recording. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3830.12.
Topics: Radio plays, Peacock, Thomas Love, 1785-1866, Satire, English
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Jan 30, 2067
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This is a performance of the radio version of the play of the same name, first seen at La Mama E.T.C., written by Robert Hart and directed by Mical Whitaker. A single voice, whose autobiography it is, relates and experiences contacts with a host of others. Paul Plummer plays Arnold; the other performers are Helmar Cooper, Sheila Kotkin, Nina Levin, Robert Hart, Robbie McCauley, and Bill Maloney. Original music composed and performed by Allan Kronzek. Technical production by Sam Sanders;...
Topics: Radio plays, Robert Hart, Mical Whitaker
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Original comedy by Deborah Jowitt and Murray Ralph, full of sound and voices, about an unlikely quintet of people that get up together, brush their teeth together, and are bored together, until one of them turns out to maybe be a hero. The cast: Tom Caripp - Jack Heller; Beryl Toother - Jane Lowry; Schenker - Alan Raeburn; Lolly - Jenny Ventriss; Peter - Chris Strater; Traffic announcer - Martin Last; Girl reporter - Carole Ann Lewis; Munchins - Judith Warner; Muggins - Baird Searles. The...
Topics: Radio plays, Deborah Jowitt, Murray Ralph
Pacifica Radio Archives: GRAMMY Grant 2013 Recordings
Dec 16, 2066
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In its first month of production, WBAI's 99.5 Radio Theatre presented this black and white comedy by Don DeLillo which concerns a bed, a great many articles in one issue of the New York Times, and three members of the white race. Starring Frank Whiteman as Ralph, Holly Turner as Sally, and Joan Farber as Mildred. Directed by Christopher Strater. Technical production by Sam Sanders. Produced by Baird Searles with production assistance by Lee Crespi. 99.5 Radio Theatre is an Herbal Production....
Topics: DeLillo, Don, Radio plays, COMEDY
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
May 28, 2051
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Platforms DOS, PC-98 Developed by Bruce Artwick Organization Ltd., The Published by Microsoft Corporation Released 1993 Genre Simulation Vehicular Flight / Aviation Description The fifth take on the Flight Simulator series. This version added SVGA graphics, textures in certain areas, sound card support, and two new flight areas, Paris and Munich. This was the final DOS-only release. From Mobygames.com. Original Entry
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KQED 88.5 FM/KQEI 89.3 FM [KQED]
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BBC Radio 4 Extra
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BBC Radio 4 FM
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KCBQ 1170 AM [1170 The Answer]
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KKNT 960 AM [960 The Patriot]
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World Radio Switzerland
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KCSJ 590 AM [NewsTalk 590 KCSJ]
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KCBQ 1170 AM [1170 The Answer]
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KCSJ 590 AM [NewsTalk 590 KCSJ]
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BBC Radio Scotland FM
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WELI 960 AM [960 WELI]
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WAPI 1070 AM [Talk 99-5]
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WACV 93.1 FM [News Talk 93.1]
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BBC World Service
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KGO 810 AM [KGO 810]
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KQED 88.5 FM/KQEI 89.3 FM [KQED]
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BBC Radio 4 Extra
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WGCH 1490 AM [News Talk AM 1490]
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KGUM 567 AM [News Talk K57]
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WDBO 96.5 FM [News 96.5 WDBO]
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KGO 810 AM [KGO 810]
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KGUM 567 AM [News Talk K57]
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BBC World Service
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BBC Radio 4 FM
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WBCF 1240 AM [NewsTalk 1240]
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World Radio Switzerland
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KFNX 1100 AM [News-Talk Radio]
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WDBO 96.5 FM [News 96.5 WDBO]
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WACV 93.1 FM [News Talk 93.1]
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KBCS 91.3 FM
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KKNT 960 AM [960 The Patriot]
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KABC 790 AM [790 KABC]
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