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Report to the Listener 

Valerie van Isler, General Manager 
'It's time for a change...it's time for a new beginning.' 

After more than a decade of Republican retro-politics, this 
nation will have a new Democratic Administration in the White 
House this month. WBAI will begin the new year by providing 
the most informed, probmg and insightful coverage of the 
Clinton/Gore Inauguration. We'll also bvestigate the state of 
the nation, international develcpments, the global eccnomy, 
and the prospects for peace m 1993. 

The WBAI Wmter Membership Drive starts on January 13 
and, for the entire month, you will hear some of the nwst exciting 
programming in any media on this community station, including: 

* Examining the New National Team -What Must Be 
Done and What Will They Do? WBAI's Special Report on 
Inauguration Day, 

* The Fall and Rise of Fascism in Europe -Why Now? 
and What Next? 

* Flashpoint in the Gulf- The Aftermath of the Iraq War; 

* A Decade of Death: New Views and Information About 
the Kennedy, King, Malcolm, and Kennedy Assassinations; 

* Unfolding the Stone: Making and Unmaking the 
History of Language; 

* Eternal Vigilance: Women in the Struggle for 
Reproductive Freedom; 

* Arts and Music specials; 

* A Day of Natural Living wth Gary Null; 

* and a special presentation of the memorial service for 
poet Audre Lorde. 

The Padfica mission and WBAI's mandate is to inform, 
educate, illuminate, and even inspire. That's a great 
responsibility and challenge which we must face every day. The 
only way that we can accomplish this is through the 
commitment and financial support of our audience. That 
philosophy has guided us for more than 33 years, and today it 
means that keeping WBAI on the air requires nearly $2 million 
dollars in member-support each year. 

This too, is an extraordinary challenge. Our January 1993 
Membership Drive is especially important if we are to not only 
report on the times, but stay ahead of them on the issues which 
affect us alL Your response to many of our new programs, in 
particular our new Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago, has been overwhelmingjy 
positive. All of these broadcasts can only continue if-if we have 
the resources to do it. This kind of programming excellence 
depends entirely on you for its very survival The time is now. 
We have to make some critical decisions very sooa Your 
generous support during our January Drive will help keep these 
and other programs alive and on the air. More than ever, you as 
a member of WBAI are the key to our present survival and our 
hopes for the future. In this "time of new beginnings," we at 
WBAI extend our best wishes to you for a new year dedicated 
to peace between and among all peoples and all nations around 
the world. May peace prevail on Earth. 



We at WBAI extend our sympathies 

to the family and friends of 

Allan Ross 

co-producer of The Gay Show. 

Aiian passed away on December 21, 1992 due to burns 

received in a fire. 



Money and the Human Condition 
a seminar with Ernest Mandel 

Sunday, February 21 -Thursday, February 25 



Introductory and Intermediate SiJanish 

• small classes; Paulo Freire method; 
interactive/participatory; 
conversation emphasized 

• weekly and twice-weekly sessions 
clcisses begin Saturday, January 16 

Spanish Immersion Weekend 

• for Intermediate level students 
Saturday, February 6-Sunday, February 7 



Introduction to the 
Theater of the Oppressed 

presented by the 
Theater of the Oppressed Laboratory 

Saturday, January 30 

Theater of the Oppressed workshops 
conducted by Augusto Boat 

April 2-11 

Politics, Literature, and Propaganda 
a class taught by Annette Rubinstein 

Mondays, beginning January 24 



Karl Marx's Capital 

a class taught by Tony Tinker 

Thursdays (call for starting date) 

Otie^ tt^ieoMiot^ Semuufu einel SftcUat Si^f"^ 

•^ Seminar with Samir Amin 

'^ Seminar with Leo Panitch 

^ Seminar with David Harvey 

^ Workshops in Popular Education with 
Eleonora and Joao-Paulo 
Castano Ferreira 

plus .... classes, workshops, lectures, and 

panels on Russia Today; the Left and Crime; 

Mcirket Mystiftcations; Legal Strategies for 

Actiuists; Germany Update; Politics of Popular 

Culture; the Globalization of Capital; 

Germany Update; Imprisonment; Practical 

Politics; Socialist Feminist Theory Revisited 

.... and much, much more! 



For more information, or to receive a complete 

catalog describing all Winter/Spring events, 

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Friday 1 



6:00 The Morning Show with Laura Eanders, 
Phyllis Bennis, Jerry Edwin, and Jose 
Santiago. At 8:00, hear Counterspin with 
I^irness and Accuracy in Reporting. 

9:00 Vanishing Homelands. A look at in- 
digenous peoples throughout the con- 
tinent; produced by American Public 
Radio. 

9:30 Musical Expressions with host R.B. 
Isles. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null. 

1:00 Ilealthstyles. Current issues in health 
care with WBAI's Nursing and Health 
Resources Network. 

2:00 Behind the Screens. Movie niatters 
with Jan Albert. 

2:30 Alternativa Latina. The Altemativa 
Latina Collective focuses on the politics, 
culture, and history of Latin America. 

4:30 Talkback! with Santiago Nieves. 

6:00 The >VBAI Evening News 

6:50 The Screening Room with Paul 
Wunder and Joseph Hurley. 

7:00 Friday Night with Joseph Hurley. 

S:00 A Moveable Feast. Contemporary 
American literature with host Tbm Vitale. 
Ibnight, Susan Sontag reads from her 
novel, The Volcano Lover, and talks about 
both the romance novel and the historical 
novel. 

8:30 The Fourth Tower of Inverness. Along 
the Dotted Line. Sir Henry Jowls and Jack 
set off in a flying ship on the final leg of 
their quest. The first night in camp, Jack 
fells an intruder who turns out to be his old 
friend, the Madonna Vampyra. A ZBS 
Production. 

9:00 Home Fries. Live radio, comedy, 
music, and call-ins with Fred Herschkowitz. 

10:30 Jazz Sampler with Bill Farrar. 

Midnight Strange Vibrations from the 
Hardcore with the Black Rock Coalition. 

3:00 Lightshow. Music, live radio drama, 
and undead radio drama with Frederick 
GeoBold, Brenda Black, Cathie Boruch, 
and Evan Ginzburg, editor and publisher 
of Wrestling Then and Now. Tonight's 
guest: Birgit Standi. 



Saturday 2 

SM Hour of the V/bU. Science fiction and 
fantasy with Jim Freund. 



7:00 As I Please with Simon Loekle. 

8:30 Any Saturday Live radio with David 
Rothenberg. 

10 JO LundipaiL Live radio with Paul Gotman. 

Noon Housing Notebook. Housing issues 
and news with Scott Sommer. 



1:00 Piper in the Meadow Straying. 

music with Edward Haber. 



Folk 



2:30 Radio Free Eireann. A show on 
Ireland and the Irish Freedom struggle. 
Produced by Mick Dewan, John 
McDonagh, and Cait Mullen. 

3:30 That Old Time Religion with Bill 
Canaday. 

5:00 Soundtrack with host Paul Wunder. 
All about the cinema with contributors 
Marcia Pally and Stuart Klawans. 

6:30 The Radio Theater. A contemporary 
series of "radio theater" programs. Tbnight, 
Music of the Cinema: AUx North. 

7i30 The Golden Age of Radio with Max 
Schmid. 

9:00 The Secret Museum of the Air. 

Produced by Citizen Kafka, curated by Pat 
Conte. 

10:00 Morning Dew. A program exploring 
the infinite facets of Grateful Dead music 
American roots music featuring Black 
rural blues artists; worldbeat sounds from 
the depths of the ocean to the Himalayan 
plateau; poetry and spoken words set to 
music; and innovative jazz and experimen- 
tal composers. Plus: environmental news, 
community events, and more intangible 
sound from the universe. Produced by 
Lance NeaL 

Midnight Labbrish. Live radio with Habte 
Selassie. 

3:00 Nightflyte. Music with Chet Jackson 
and Bob Bolder. Produced by Kim 
Jackson. 



Sunday 3 

5:00 Cosmik Debris. Words and music 
from the Void with Rocky and Pandora. 

7:00 Martin Sokol's Through the Opera 
Glass. Regina Ftorito-Sokol, Executive 
Producer. Regina Fiorito Sokol helps 
celebrate the 150th anniversary of the 
world premiere of Donizetti's Don 
Pasquide. The Metropolitan Opera Record 
Club's out-of-print abridgement features 
Salvatore Baccaloni in the title role. 

9:30 Here ofa Sunday Morning. Early 
music with Chris Whent. 

11^30 HardWxk. Live radio with Mike P^r. 



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Monday, 
January 11, 1993 

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1:00 Con Sabor Latina Issues and music 
from the Latino community, with Miclcey 
Melendez, Hernando Alvaricci, and Nancy 
Rodriguez. 

5:00 Latino Journal with Santiago Nieves. 

6:00 The WBAI News, including a review of 
the weelc's stories. 

6:30 Ryan's (Only In) New Ybrk. Host Lee 
Ryan celebrates the Center of the Qvilized 
World with the Usual Suspects: the lovely 
and talented Joyce West deals with theater, 
movies, and "stufT; man-atwut-town 
Marie Becker covers the cabaret scene; 
Manya reviews and presents capital-M 
Music; dance reviews from Christopher 
Gillis, when he isn't touring with the Paul 
"Bylor Company; and occasional dance and 
theater reviews ostensibly for kids from 
Zachary Lubin-West. Do not limit the 
above people to the atxjve topics. 

7:00 The Gay Show starts a New Year of 
gay/lesbian/bi and transgenderest news, in- 
terviews, and reviews of the scene. Join 
Larry Gutenburg, Andrew Ck;hetti, Nina 
Silver, Kurt Wolf, and Rick X as 1993, gay 
and proud, begins. 

8:00 Mbmen: Music, Love, and Struggle 

with Rosalba Rolon and Sandra Rodriguez. 

9:00 Emanations. Live radio with the 
Emanations Collective — Michael G. 
Haskins, Ulysses T Good, "Rnya Steele, 
Theron Holmes-Clarke and Bernard 
White — focusing on the African American 
community. 

11:00 Stolen Moments. Ja2Z with Mahmoud 
Ibrahim. 

1:00 Back of the Book. In his last environmen- 
tal aa, George Bush issues an Executive 
Order to gather all Xmas trees finm anaund 
the nation and bum them. The lame dork 
President then drops his drawers and mootB 
the gigantic Maze in an effort to REALLY 
show them thar liberals what global warming 
is! Comments about "Senator Ozone" can be 
heard above the roar of the fire. Pussifica T 
C^tt reports on a breaking news story 
aazed, rogue Chia Pets have escaped their 
cardboard prisons and are reportedly commit- 
ting unnatural sex acts upon innocent shrub- 
bery. In a related story, J. Danforth 
"Squeaky" Quayle in attempts to blackmail 
Santa Qaus so he can stay on as Vice Presi- 
dent; something about underage elves. Frosty 
the Snavman and just how Rudolph got that 
nose. All is for naught when it turns out that 
Mrs. Claus is kinky and has had videotapes of 
these hijinks for years. Free R)rm Live Radio 
by R. Paul Martin. 

3:00 Everything Oldls New Again. Music 
of the theater and more, with host Davkl 
Kenney. 



Monday 4 

6^ The Morning Show, with Amy Goodman, 

Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. From 
6:40 to 6:55AM, hear the weekly news 
magazine Cuba in Focus, produced by 
Zenzile Khoisan, Consueto Corretjer, SaDy 
O'Brien, and Rosemari Mealy. 

9:00 Public AfTairsSpedals 

9M The Bemie Fleshkin Show. Rock n' 

roll and comedy adventure. 

Noon Natural Living. Health and nutrition is- 
sues with Gary Null 

1:00 Carletta Joy ^%Ike^ presenting JOY 
JOURNAL • Jettisoning Our Yokes.- 

2:00 Cuba In Focus Special with Zenzile 
Khoisan, Consueto Corretjer, SaUy 
O'Brien, and Rosemari Mealy. 

3:00 Afternoon Arts Magazine with literary 
mavens Brandon Judell and Carletta Joy 
Walker. This afternoon, Canaan Parker 
will be here pushing his debut novel, 77k 
Color of Trees (Alyson Publications). Plot: 
surrounded by wealthy white classmates at 
a Connecticut boarding school, Peter 
Givens struggles with being black, gay, and 
from the ghetto. Canaan himself grew up 
in East Harlem, graduated from Harvard 
University, and is currently active with 
Queer Nation and Outmusk:. 

4:00 Shelf Life: WBAI's Literary Series 

4:30 Talkbacid Live call-in radio with 
Malachy McCourt. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7*0 Behind the News with SamoriMarfcsmaa 

7uJ0 World View. Samori Marksman hosts 
this national satellite broadcast looking at 
international issues. 

8:30 News Rhythms. Afro-Caribbean/Pan- 
African views, news, and rhythms with 
J. Raynald Louis. 

10:00 Asia-Pacinc Focus/Third Rail with 
Amy Chen, Lawrence Chua, Veena 
Cabreros-Sud, and Wesley Macawili. 

11:00 News Rebroadcast 

11:45 Soundscapes: Explorations in Radk), 
Sound, and Music. Executive Producer, 
Andrew Phillips. 

1:30 Oblique Strategies with Peter 
Schmideg and Tbm Whelan. 

3:30 Mass Backwards. Hie word of Satan 
revealed via host Mad Max, and god-awful 
music, too! 



Tuesday 5 

6:00 The Morning Show with Amy GcxDdman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. 

9:00 The Africa Report with Zenzile 
Khoisan and Diabel F^ye. 

9:30 New World Gallery. Music with Chico 
Alvarez. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null. 

1:00 New Paradigms with Danah Geffen. 

2:00 Stay tuned.. 

3:00 Afternoon Arts Magazine with stage 
mavens Martha Qnader and Matthew 
Fmch. 

4:00 Shelf Life: WBAI's Literary Series 

4:30 Talkback! with Laura Sydell. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Behind the News with Samori Marksman. 

7:30 Four Comers. WBAI's environmental 
magazine, produced by Evelyn Tblly Costa 
and members of the WBAI Environmental 
Collective. 

8:30 Circle of Red Nations. Native 
American news and issues with Raven. 

9:30 AIDS: Paths to Self-Empowerment 
and Living with Bob Lederer, Betsy 
Lenke, and Nicholas Cimorelli. 

10:00 The Underground Railroad with J 
Smooth. 

11:00 News Rebroadcast 

11:45 The Moorish Orthodox Radio 
Crusade. Xerox-zines, Sufism, and other 
fun for brainiacs with Peter Lambom 
Wilson. 

1:30 Weaponry. Military affairs/his- 
tory/hardware, international politics, 
flying machines, plus totally inap- 
propriate music, with Tom Wisker and 
Jim Dingeman. 

3:30 Monsters from the Id. Funk rock 
from the dark side of your brain, with Ed 
Banger and Ken Gale. 



Wednesday 6 

6:00 The Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. 

9:00 Natural Hygiene with Jo Willard. 

9:30 Ghosts in the Machine: Women in Pop 

with host Victoria Starr. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null. 



1:00 Foraging with the "Wildman" with 
naturalist "Wildman" Steve Brill. Scaveng- 
ing and Human Evolution. Controversial 
paleoanthropotogist and author John 
Cavallo, Director of Rutgers University's 
Center for Public Archeotogy, spends days 
and nights in the wilds of Africa studying 
the ecosystems that gave rise to human 
beings. Could our early ancestors have 
made their livings by climbing trees to raid 
leopards' caches? Join us to learn about 
the evidence John has unearthed concern- 
ing the human family's past. 

2:00 Conversations in the Arts 

2:30 Visit New Grimston, Anyway. A com- 
edy series about how city government is 
run — really. Tbday's episode: Sisters. Laura 
Lee Brownlow, Neil's secretary, is in a 
quandary: should she help her sister Lila 
Lee apply for an arts grant that Neil is ad- 
ministering? A ZPPR Production. 

3:00 Afternoon Arts Magazine with screen 
mavens Jan Albert and Mike Sargent. 

4:00 ShelfLife: WBAI's Literary Series 

4:30 Talkback! with Marjorie Moore. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Behinl The News with Samori Marksmaa 

7:30 The Cutting Edge: Black News and 
Views with Dred-Scott Keyes. 

8:00 Explorations. Science and peace 
issues with Michio Kaku. 

9:00 The Personal Computer Show. Host, 
Joe King. Co-hosts, Hank Kee and David 
Burstein. Produced in cooperation with the 
New York Amateur Computer Club. 

10:00 Off the Hook with Emanuel 

Goldstein, our resident techno-punk. 

11:00 News Rebroadcast 

11:45 Earthwatch with Robert Knight. 

1:30 Stay tuned... 

3:30 NightshifL Late night sexism with 
Mike Sargent and Chris Taylor. Tbnight, 
featuring John Thiby. 

Thursday 7 

6:00 The Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. 

9:00 AIDS in Focus, the international AIDS 
magazine, followed by Positive Connection, 
with Larry Gutenburg reporting on the kxal 
FWA/mV community. 

9-.30 Shocking Blue. MusicwithDelphineBtue. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null 



1:00 WfaUen's Pond. Animal rights, 
ecotogy, politics, spirituality and music. 
Hosted l^ Shelton Walden. 

2:00 y/ords and Music with Mary Cleere 
Haran and Joe Gilford. 

3:00 Afternoon Arts Magazine, featuring 
Art Breaking with Charlie Finch. 

4:00 Shelf Life: WBAFs Literary Series 

4:30 Talkback! with Playthell Benjamin. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Behind the News with Samori Marksman. 

7:30 Buildhig Bridges: Your Community 
Labor Report. Produced by Ken Nash and 
Mimi Rosenberg. 

8:30 Where We Live. Producers Sally 
O'Brien and Safiya Bukhari-Alston present 
the voices of the disenfranchised. 

9:00 Audio Quilts with Rosemari Mealy. 

10:00 Latin America and Caribbean 
Report with Annette Vfelker. 

11:00 News Rebroadcast 

11:45 Live Radio with Bob F^ss. 

3:30 Live Air— -or is it Dead Air? Anyway, 
music and live stuff with partners in crime 
David Nolan and Doug Cheesman. 



Friday 8 



6:00 The Mommg Show with Laura 
Flanders, Phyllis Bennis, Jerry Edwin, and 
Jose Santiago. At 8:00, tune in for 
Counterspin with Rimess and Accuracy in 
Reporting. 

8:30 Report to the Listener 

9:30 Musical Expressions with host R.B. 
Isles. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null. 

1:00 Gray Panther Report with Lydia 
Bragger. 

2:00 Behind the Screens. Movie matters 
with Jan Albert. 

2:30 Altemativa Latina. The Altemativa 
Latina Collective focuses on the politics, 
culture, and history of Latin America. 

4:30 Talkback! with Santiago Nieves. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

6:50 The Screening Room with Paul 
Wunder and Joseph Hurley. 

7:00 Friday Night with Joseph Hurley. 

8:00 A Moveable Feast. Contemporary 
American literature with host Tbm Vitale. 



FOLIO/January 1993 WBAI 99.5FM 



David Thomas 
at The Knitting Factory 

(with Garo Yellln and Ira Kaplan) 
January 9th @ 7:30PM 




David Thomas at The Knitting Factory photo 
collage byjeremy Wolff. 

Musical genius, avant-garde legend, 
lyricist, and singer-songwriter David Thomas 
"grew to musical manhood" as "part of the 
urban pioneer movement of the 70s in the 
isolation and utter desolation of the Inner- 
city." 

David Thonnas's massively influential wortw 
span two decades: from his first band, Rocket 
from the Tombs, in 1973 to the instigation of 
PereUbuin 1975, through his solo projects - 
David Thomas & The Pedestrians, David 
Thomas & His Legs, David Thomas & The 
Wooden Birds -to the successful reformation 
of Fere Ubu in 1987. David's music roams an 
emotionally visual landscape, striving to ax- 
press "a heart to heart sort of a beyond, that 
which is beyond vwrds." 

It's been five years since David Thomas 
has performed solo stateside. Here are rare 
performances recorded October 16 and 17, 
1992 at The Knitting Factory in New York 
City, which include infrequently and never- 
before performed in concert renditions of his 
music. Fte-arranged by David for a cappella, 
vocal, accordion, cello and guitar; David 
Thomas with vocal and accordioo; Garo Yelin, 
formerly of The Wooden Birds, on cello; and 
Ira Kaplan of Yo La Tengo on acoustic and 
electric guitars. Engineered by Natalie 
Budelis, Michael DeMark, and David Vander- 
heyden. Produced by Natalie Budelis. 

So curt 'round your radio, preferably In the 
fetal position. ..and 'Visionate'l 



Tbnight, TR. Pearson reads from his 
novel, Cry Me a River, and talks about 
murder and humor in the rural South. 

8:30 The Fourth Tower of Inverness. Hit 

the Road, Jack. At long last, Jack arrives at 
the mysterious jukebox and acquires the ul- 
timate understanding he has long sought. 
A ZBS Production. 

9:00 Home Fries. Live radio, comedy, 
music, and cafl-ins with Fred Herschkowitz. 

10:30 Jazz Sampler with Bill I^rrar. 

Midnight The Midnight Ravers. The 

thematic exploration of connections be- 
tween African, American, Jamaican, and 
Caribbean music with Tferry Wilson, Dro, 
Ben Mapp, and Dred-Scott Keyes. 

3:00 Lightshow. Music, live radio drama, 
and undead radio drama with Frederick 
GeoBoW, Brenda Black, Cathie Boruch, 
and Evan Ginzburg, editor and publisher 
of Wrestling Then and Now. Tbnight's 
guest: Donna Long. 

Saturday 9 

5:00 Hour of the W)If. Science fiction and 
fantasy with Jim Freund. 

7:00 As I Please with Simon Loekie. 

8:30 AnySaturda)^ Live radio with David 
Rothenberg. 

10-JO LuncfapaiL Live radio with Paul Gorman. 

Noon Housing Noteboolc Housing issues 
and news with Scott Sommer. 

1:00 Piper in the Meadow Straying. Folk 
music with Edward Haber. 

2:30 Radio Free Eireann. A show on 
Ireland and the Irish Freedom struggle. 
Produced by Mick Dewan, John 
McDonagh, and Cait Mullen. 

3:30 Thurman Ruth on Gospel. Gospel 
music from the man who first brought it to 
the Apolk) Theater. 

5:00 Soundtracl( with host Paul \^nder. 
All about the cinema with contributors 
Marcia Pally and Stuari Klawans. 

6:30 The Radio Theater presents Music of 
the Cinema: Franz Waxman, Part I. 

7:30 David Thomas Live at the Knitting 
Factory (with Garo \feUin and Ira 
Kaplan), October 1992. Produced by 
Natalie Budelis. (see box) 

9:00 The Secret Museum oftheAic 

Produced by Citizen Kafka, curatcd by Pat 
Conte. 

10:00 Morning Dew A program exploring 
the infinite facets of Grateful Dead music: 



American roots music featuring Black 
rural blues ariists; workjbeat sounds from 
the depths of the ocean to the Himalayan 
plateau; poetry and spoken words set to 
music; and innovative jazz and experimen- 
tal composers. Plus: environmental news, 
community events, and more intangible 
sound from the universe. Produced by 
Lance Neal 

Midnight Labbrish. Live radio with Habte 
Selassie.. 

3K)0 Nightflytc. MusK with Chet Jackson 
and Bob Bolder. Produced by Kim Jackson. 

Sunday 10 

5:00 Heresy, where radio sings, cries, 
whispers, shouts, and laughs — with a 
woman's voice. Fiction, poetry, music, and 
current events through a woman's eyes, 
hands and mind. With Sharon Griffiths. 

7:00 Martin Solcol's Through the Opera 
Glass. Regina Fiorito-Sokol, Executive 
Producer. Richard Strauss's rarely per- 
formed Friedenstag will be featured in this 
repeat of a broadcast originally aired in 
1989. Host: Michael Scarola. 

9:30 Here ofa Sunday Morning. Early 
music with Chris Whent. 

11:30 Hard VKmIl Live radk) with Mike Rsder. 

1:00 Con Sabor Latino. Issues and music 
from the Latino community, with Mickey 
Melendez, Hernando Alvaricci, and Nancy 
Rodriguez. 

5:00 Latino Journal with Santiago Nieves. 

6.-00 The WBAI News, including a review of 
the week's stories. 

&30 Ryan's (Only in) New York. Host Lee 
Ryan celebrates the Center of the Civilized 
Warid with the Usual Suspects. 

7:00 Outloolcs with GLIB— Gay and 
Lesbian Independent Broadcasters. 

8:00 Creative Wimen's Freeform Produced 
by V&lecia Phillips. 

9:00 Emanations. Live radio with the 
Emanations collective — Michael G. 
Haskins, Ulysses T Good, "Einya Steele, 
Theron Holmes-Clarke and Bernard 
White — focusing on the African American 
community. 

11:00 The Creative Unity Collective Show. 
So here we are. A new year. I suppose this 
is the point we're supposed to reflect on 
the past year. That "What have we learned 
Charlie Brown?" stuff. NOT! No maudlin 
retrospectives here, boy! We're lootan'/br- 
ward\ We're makin' moves\ It's about 
progress] So, we'll be damned to repeating 
the mistakes of the past. So the hell what? 



FOLIO/January 1993 WBAI 99.5FM 



You want affectionate, reflective looks 
back? Turn on Cosby, have a Jell-O pud- 
ding pop, and step off! Stereo, 2 hrs. 

1:00 Carrier V/ave with Sidney Smith. 

3:00 Everything Old Is New Again. Music 
of the theater and nxjre, with host David 
Kenney. 

Monday 11 

6:00 The Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. From 
6:40 to 6:55AM, hear the weekly news 
magazine Cuba in Focus, produced by 
Zenzile Khoisan, Consuelo Corretjer, Sally 
O'Brien, and Rosemari Mealy. 

9:00 Public Affairs Specials 

9:30 All Mfated Up with Peter Bochan. 

Noon Natural Living. Health and nutrition 
issues with Gary Null 

1:00 Carletta Joy Walker presenting JOY 
JOURNAL • Jettisoning Our Yokes... 

2:00 Wearing the Greens. Produced by the 
Prisoners/Parolees Anti-Crime Organiza- 
tion; hosted by V^rren Harry. 

3:00 Afternoon Arts Magazine with literaiy 
maven Brandon JudelL Lesbian Galore 
Show. One hour of talented gay women let 
loose on their literary muses: Jennifer 
Levin, author of Sea of Light (Button); 
plus Sin Soracco, whose second novel, Edge 
City (Dutton), "pulsates with the sounds 
and smells, lust and danger of mean city 
streets." Heroine is gal named Reno, who 
just left jail and is trying to be legit. She 
returns to her old haunt, the Club Istanbul, 
where "broken glass is mixed with ice, tove 
is indistinguishable from food poisoning, 
and everyone's a hustler." The work is sup- 
posedly based on a WBAI Arts- 
Department meeting. 

4:00 Shelf Life: WBAI's Literary Series 

4:30 Talkback! Live call-in radio with 
Malachy McCourt. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Behind the News with Samori Marksman. 

7:30 WoridView. Samori Marksman hosts 
this national satellite broadcast kx>king at 
international issues. 

8:30 News Rhythms. Afro-Caribbean/Pan- 
African views, news, and rhythms with 
J. Raynald Louis. 

10:00 Asia-Pacific Focus/Third Rail with 
Amy Chen, Lawrence Chua, Veena 
Cabreros-Sud, and Wesley MacawilL 

11:00 News Rebroadcast 



11:45 Soundscapes: E^lorations in Radio, 
Sound, and Music Executive Producer, 
Andrew Phillips. 

1:30 Oblique Strategies with Peter 
Schmideg and Tbm Whelan. 

3:30 Half Past 3 with Michael G. Late 
night/early morning talk radio with 
Michael G. Haskins. 

T\iesday 12 

6:00 Hie Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. 

9:00 The Africa Report with Zenzile 
Khoisan and Diabel F^ye. 

9:30 New Warid Gallerji Music with Chico 
Alvarez. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null 

1:00 New Paradigms with DanahGeffen. 

2:00 Stay tuned.. 

3:00 Afternoon Arts Magazine with stage 
mavens Martha Cinader and Matthew 
Finch. 

4:00 ShelfLife: WBAI's Literary Series 

4:30 Talkback! with Laura SydelL 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Behind the Newswith Samori Marksmaa 

7:30 Four Comers. WBAI's environmental 
magazine, produced by Evelyn TbUy Costa 
and members of the WBAI Environmental 
Collective. 

8:30 Circle of Red Natk>ns. Native 
American news and issues with Raven. 

9:30 AIDS: Paths to Self-Empowerment 
and Living with Bob Lederer, Betsy 
Lenke, and Nicholas Cimorelli. 

10:00 The Underground Railroad with J 
Smooth. 

11:00 News Rebroadcast 

11:45 L'Chaim with Betsy Lenke. 

1:30 Weaponry with Tbm Wisker and Jim 
Dingeman. 

3:30 Punk and Hardcore with Susan 
Brown. 



Wednesday 13 

Membership Drive Begins 

6:00 The Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. 



9:00 Natural Hygiene Special with Jo 
WUlard. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary NuD. 

1:30 The Positive Mind Special with 
Armand DiMele. 

4:30 TUkback! Live call-in radio with 
Marjorie Moore. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Behind The News with Samori Marksman. 

7:30 The Cutting Edge: Black News and 
Views with Dred-Scott Keyes. 

8:00 Explorations. Science and peace 
issues with Michio Kaku. 

9:00 The Personal Computer Show. Host, 
Joe King. Co-hosts, Hank Kee and David 
Burstein. 

10:00 Offtbe Hook Special with Emanuel 
GoWstein, our resident techno-punk. 

Midnight Earthwatch with Robert Knight. 

1:30 Stay tuned... 

3:30 Nightshift. Late night weirdness with 
Mike Sargent and Chris "Eiylor. 

Thursday 14 

6:00 The Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. 

9:30 Shocking Blue. Music with Delphine Blue. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary NulL 

1:30 Words and Music with Mary Qeere 
Haran and Joe Gilford. 

3:00 Afternoon Arts Magazine, featuring 
Art Breaking wilh Charlie Finch. 

4:30 Talkback! with Piaythell Benjamin. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Behind the News Special. An in-depth 
discussion of the day's events with Samori 
Marksman. 

8:00 Malcolm X: The Man, The Movie, The 
Myth, The Reality 

Midnight Live Radio with Bob Fltss. 

3:30 LWeAir— or is it Dead Air? Anyway, 
music and live stuff with partners in crime 
David Nolan and Doug Cheesman. 



Friday 15 

1929: Birth of Martin Luther King Jr. 

6:00 The Morning Show with Laura 

Flanders, Phyllis Bennis, Jerry Edwin, and 

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Jose Santiago. At 8:00, tune in for 
Counterspin with I^mess and Accuracy in 
Reporting. 

9:30 Musical Expressions with host R.B. 

Isles. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null 

1:30 llealthstyles. Current issues in health 
care with WBAI's Nursing and Health 
Resources Networlc. 

2:30 Alternativa Latina. TTic Altemativa 
Latina Collective focuses on the politics, 
culture, and history of Latin America. 

4:30 Talkback! with Santiago Nieves. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Friday Night with Joseph Hurley 

8:00 A Moveable Feast Special. Tbnight, 
host Tbm Vitale presents a preview of 
forthcoming programs. 

9:00 Home Fries. Live radio, comedy, 
music, and call-ins with Fred Herschkowitz. 

10:30 Jazz Sampler with BiDI^rrar. 

Midnight Strange Vibrations ftam the 
Hardcore with the Black Rock Coalition. 

3:00 Lightshow. Music, live radio drama, 
and undead radio drama with Frederick 
GeoBold, Brenda Black, Cathie Boruch, 
and Evan Ginzburg, editor and publisher 
of Wrestling Then and Now. Tbnight's 
guest: Joel Kaminer. 



Saturday 16 

1991: U.S. launches air assault against 
Iraq 

5:00 Hour ofthe Wolf. Science fiction and 
fantasy with Jim Freund. 

7:00 As I Please with Simon Loekle. 

8:30 Any Saturday Live radio with David 
Rothcnbcrg. 

10:30 LunchpaiL Live radio with Paul 
Gorman. 

Noon GuirWar Anniversary Teach-in. 

Today marks the second anniversary of the 
U.S. war against Iraq, whk;h was predi- 
cated upon a United Nations resolution 
giving Iraq until January 15, 1991 (the an- 
niversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s 
birthday) to pull its forces out of Kuwait. 

On this historic occasion, WBAI, in con- 
junction with The Campaign For A New 
Tomorrow, will produce a live, national 
'teach-in' on militarism and Martin Luther 
King Jr.'s struggles against it. Among the 
speakers will be former U.S Attorney 
General Ramsey Clark, independent 
Presidential candidate Ron Daniels, his- 



torian Blanche Weisen Cook, journalist 
Don Rojas, economist Doug Henwood, 
and labor specialist Jim Haughton. 
Produced by the WBAI Public Affairs 
Department. 

7:00 The Golden Age or Radio. Vmtage 
radio with Max Schmid. 

9:00 The Secret Museum ofthe Aic Mem- 
bership drive special, produced by Citizen 
Kafka and curated by Pat Conte. 

Midnight Labbrish. Live radk) with Habte 
Selassie. 

3:00 Nighttlyte. Music with Chet Jackson 
and Bob BoWer. Produced by Kim Jackson. 

Sunday 17 

5:00 Heresy, where radio sings, cries, 
«4iispers, shouts, and laughs— with a 
woman's voice. Fiction, poetry, music, and 
current events through a woman's eyes, 
hands and mind. With Sharon Griffiths. 

7:00 Martin SokoPs Through the Opera 
Glass. Regina Fiorito-Sokol, Executive 
Producer. Special Membership Drive Edi- 
tnn. 

9:30 Here of a Sunday Morning. Early 
music with Chris Whent. 

11:30 Hard Wfarlt. Live radiowith Mike Feder. 

1:00 Con Sabor Latino. Issues and music 
from the Latino community, with Mickey 
Melendez, Hernando Alvaricci, and Nan(^ 
Rodriguez. 

5:00 Latino Journal Special with Santiago 
Nieves. 

7:00 The Gay Show starts a New Year of 
gay/Iesbian/bi and transgenderest news, in- 
terviews, and reviews ofthe scene. Join 
Larry Gutenburg, Andrew Cichetti, Nina 
SUver, Kurt Wolf, and Rick X as 1993, gay 
and proud, t>egins. 

8:00 Center Women with SafiyaBandele. 

9:00 Emanations. Live radio with the 
Emanations Collective — Michael G. 
Haskins, Ulysses T Good, T&nya Steele, 
Theron Holmes-Clarke and Bernard 
White — focusing on the African American 
community. 

11:00 Stolen Moments. Jazz with Mahmoud 
Ibrahim. 

1:00 Back ofthe Book. 'Kventy five years ago 
yesterday your bisexual host got drafted into 
the filthy, stinking, corrupt, inept, disgusting, 
worthless U.S. army (which your host has 
refused to capitalize for that entire quarter 
century). TSlk about gays in the military, your 
host was boffing soldiers tong before it be- 
came fashionable. So you're undoubtedly 



going to hear a whole tot about what it was 
like to get drafted "way bade when there 
was an illegal, undeclared war on. Discover 
why supply sergeants are the towest form 
of life in the known universe! Hear about 
food that constipates you for a fiiU week! 
And if they didn't want anybody gay in the 
military why did they tell us to line up in a 
tight line and "Tvlake your buddy smile?" 
Very Anti-Military Free Form Live Radk) 
by R. Paul Martin. 

3:00 Everything Old Is New Again. Music 
of the theater and more, with host David 
Kenney. 



Monday 18 



Martin Luther King Jr. 's birthday 
observed 

6K)0 The Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. From 
6:40 to 6:55AM, hear the weekly news 
magazine Cuba in Focus, produced by 
Zenzile Khoisan, Consueto Corretjer, Sally 
O'Brien, and Rosemari Mealy. 

9t30 Martin Luther King, Jc Day Tbday 
the entire natnn pauses to reflect upon the 
life and contributions of the late human 
rights fighter, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 
and WBAI, in our noblest traditwn, will air 
an all-day special (beginning at 6:00AM 
with Amy Goodman and Bernard White) 
exploring some ofthe Tiidden dimensions" 
of the late freedom fighter and Nobel 
Laureate. This program will feature rare 
recordings, including heretofore unaired 
tapes of Dr. King and new information on 
the role of the CIA and the FBI in his assas- 
sinatnn. Ibne in throughout the day for 
more on MLK. Produced by the WBAI 
PublK Affairs Department. 

Noon Natural Living. Health and nutrition 
issues with Gary NuD. 

1:30 Malcolm and Martin. Samori 
Marksman and guests will present a com- 
parative analysis of the life and works of 
Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mateolm X. 
Karl Evanzz, author oi The Judas Factor: 
The Plot To Kill Malcolm Z, wiU explore 
the role ofthe National Security State in 
the killing of these two men. 

4:30 Talkbacki Live call-in radio with 
Malachy McCourt. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

liOfi Behind the News Special with Samori 
Marksman continuing our kxik at the life and 
times of Martin Luther King, Jr. 

10:00 Asia-Pacifk Focus/Third Rail Special 

with Amy Chen, Lawrence Chua, Veena 
Cabreros-Sud, and Wesley Macawili. 



FOLIO/January 1993 WBAI 99.SFM 



11:00 Soundscapes: Explorations in Radio, 
Sound, and Music. Executive Producer, 
Andrew Phillips. 

1:30 Oblique Strategies with Peter 
Schmideg and Tbm Whelan. 

3:30 Mass Backwards. The word of Satan 
revealed via host Mad Max, and god-awful 
music, too! 

'I\iesday 19 

6:00 The Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. 

9:30 The Assassinations, Part I. Within a 
span of five short years--from 1963 to 1968- 
-no fewer then five major figures in the 
United States were assassinated. Tbday, 
more then 29 years since the first killing, 
clouds of doubt circulate around the cir- 
cumstances involved in the murders of 
Medgar Evers, John E Kennedy, Jr., Mal- 
colm X, Martin Luther King, Jr., and 
Robert Kennedy. 

In this all-day special, WBAI will present 
an array of authors, analysts, and witnesses 
to some of these events in an attempt to 
shed light on the circumstances surround- 
ing the assassinations. The program will 
also examine the mysterious disappearan- 
ces of several "secondary" players in a num- 
ber of these assassinations and show their 
connection to the National Security State. 
Part II airs today after Natural Living. 
Produced by the WBAI Public Affairs 
Department. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null. 

1:30 The Assassinations, Part II. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Four Comers Special. WBAI's en- 
vironmental magazine, produced by Evelyn 
Tully Costa and members of the WBAI En- 
vironmental Collective. 

10:00 The Underground Railroad Special 
with J Smooth. 

Midnight The Moorish Orthodox Radio 
Crusade. Xerox-zines, Sufism, and other 
fun for brainiacs with Peter Lambom 
Wilson. 

1:30 Weaponry. Military affeirVhis- 
toiy/hardware, international politics, flying 
machines, plus totally inappropriate music, 
with Tbm Wisker and Jim Dingeman. 



WBAI Local Board Meeting 

January 21, 1993 
6:30PM at: 

WBAI 

505 Eighth Ave. (at 35th St) 

New York City 



3:30 Monsters fh>ni the Id. Punk rock 
from the dark side of your brain, with Ed 
Banger and Ken Gale. 



Wednesday 20 

Presidential Inauguration 

6:00 The Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. 

9:30 Live Coverage of the Presidentialln- 
auguration from Vfeshington, D.C.~in the 
Pacifica Radio and WBAI traditions! 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Behind The News. An in-depth 
discussion of the day's events. 

7:30 The Cutting Edge: Black News and 
Views. Produced by Dred-Scott Keyes. 

8:00 Explorations. Science and peace 
issues with Michio Kaku. 

9:00 The Personal Computer Show. Host, 
Joe King. Co-hosts, Hank Kee and David 
Burstein. 

10:00 Off the Hook Special with Emanuel 
Goldstein, our resident techno-punk. 

Midnight Earthwatch with Robert Knight. 

1:30 Stay tuned... 

3:30 Nightshift Late night weirdness with 
Mike Sargent and Chris TSylor. 

Thursday 21 

6«0 "Die Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. 

9:30 Shocking Blue. Music with Delphine 
Blue. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null 

1:30 Walden's Pond SpeciaL Animal rights, 
ecology, politics, spirituality and music. 
Hosted by Shelton W&lden. 

3:00 Afternoon Arts Magazine, featuring 
Art Breaking with Charlie Finch. 

4:30 Talkback! with Playthell Benjamin. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7M Behind the News Inaugural Special with 

Samori Marksman taking a look at the latest 
from W^hingtoa 

Midnight Live Radio with Bob Fass. 

3:30 Live Air — or is it Dead Air? Anyway, 
music and live stuff with partners in crime 
David Nolan and Doug Cheesman. 



Friday 22 

1973: U.S. Supreme Court legalizes 
abortion in Roe v. Wade decision 



6*0 The Morning Show with Laura Flanders, 
Phyllis Bennis, Jerry Edwin, and Jose San- 
tiaga 

8:00 Counterspin Special: The Rise of 
Fascism in Europe with I^irness and 
Accuracy in Reporting. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null. 

1:30 Eternal Vigilance: VSbmen in the Struggle 
for Reproductive Freedom. On the 20th an- 
niversary of the Roe v. 'Wade decision legalizing 
abortion, WBAI presents a rebrcadcast of the 
radio documentary on grassroots pr&chdoe ac- 
tivism. Produced by Laura Sydell and Paul 
Ruest; narrated hy Pdly Ber^a 

2:30 Altemativa Latina. The Altemativa 
Latina Collective focuses on the politics, 
culture, and history of Latin America. 

4:30 Talkback! with Santiago Nieves. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 ZBS Presents-. Two hours of high- 
tech radio drama from the people who 
brought you Ruby and The Fourth Tower of 
Inverness. 

9:00 Home Fries. Live radio, comedy, 
music, and call-ins with Fred Herschkowitz. 

10:30 Jazz Sampler with Bill Fhrrar. 

Midnight The Midnight Ravers. The 

thematic exploration of connections be- 
tween African, American, Jamaican, and 
Caribbean music with Tbrry Wilson, Dro, 
Ben Mapp, and Dred-Scott Keyes. 

3:00 Lightshow with R-ederick GeoBold, 
Brenda Black, Cathie Boruch, and Evan 
Ginzburg, editor and publisher of W-estUr^ 
Then and Now. 



Saturday 23 

5:00 HouroftheWblf. Science fiction and 
fantasy with Jim Freund. 

7:00 As I Please with Simon Loekle. 

8:30 Any Saturday. Live radio with David 
Rothenberg. 

10-JO Lundipail. Live radio with Paul 
Gorman. 

Noon Housing Notebook Housing issues 
and news with Scott Sommer. 

1:00 Piper in the Meadow Straying. Folk 
music with Edward Haber. 



FOLIO/January 1993 WBAI 99.5FIUI 



2:30 Radio Free Eireann. PrcxJuced by 
Mick Dcwan, John McDonagh, and Cait 
Mullen. 

3:30 Thurman Ruth on Gospel 

5:00 Soundtrack with host Paul Wunder. 
All about the cinema with contributors 
Marcia Pally and Stuart Klawans. 

7:00 The Golden Age of Radio with Max 
Schmid. 

9:00 Morning Dew Special. A program ex- 
ploring the infinite facets of Grateful Dead 
music. Plus: environmental news, com- 
munity events, and more intangible sound 
from the universe. Produced by Lance 
Ncal. 

Midnight Labbrish. Live radio with Habte 

Selassie.. 

3:00 Nightflyte. Music with Chet Jackson 
and Bob Bolder. Produced by Kim 
Jackson. 



Sunday 24 

5:00 Heresy with Sharon Griffiths. 

7:00 Martin Sokol's Through the Opera 
Glas-s. Regina Fiorito-Sokd, Executive 
Producer. Special Membership Drive Edition. 

9:30 Hereof a Sunday Morning. Early 
music with Chris Whent. 

11:30 Heresy Special with Sharon Griffiths. 

1:00 Con Sabor Latino. Issues and music 
from the Latino community, with Mickey 
Melendez, Hernando Alvaricci, and Nancy 
Rodriguez. 

5:00 Wearing the Greens Special. 

Produced by the Prisoners/Parolees Anti- 
Crime Organization; hosted by Warren 
Harry. 

7:00 Outlooks with GLIB— Gay and 
Lesbian Independent Broadcasters. 

8:00 Women in the Wirld m the 1990$ with 
host Blanche Wiesen Cook. Women Talk 
with host Sheila Collins. 

9:00 Emanations. Live radio with the 
Emanations collective — Michael G. 
Haskins, Ulysses T Good, T^nya Steele, 
Thcron Hdmes-Clarke and Bernard White. 

11:00 The Creative Unity Collective Show. 

Ah-ha! Bush is workin' in the park now! 
Bush is unemployed now! Bush joins the 
ranks of the out-of-work now! What are 
you gonna do now, George? Get a job, 
huh? Gonna take that gig working bag 
check at Modcll's, George? Gonna try and 
draw on your unemployment benefits? 
Gonna sign up for welfare, George? What 
arc your qualifications, George? Gonna 
sign up for job training, G? Are we gonna 



be expected to continue to pay for your 
public-sponsored housing! Damn. And 
these muhfuhs got the nerve to caD us 
freekiaders! Stereo, 2 hrs. 

1:00 Carrier Wive with Sidney Smith. 

3:00 Everythhig OM Is New Again. MusK 
of the theater with host David Kenney. 



Monday 25 

6:00 The Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. From 
6:40 to 6:55AM, hear the weekly news 
magazine Cuba in Focus, produced by 
Zenzile Khoisan, Consuelo Corretjer, Sally 
OT3rien, and Rosemari Mealy. 

9:30 All Mwed Up with Peter Bochan. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null. 

1:30 Unfolding the Stone: Making and 
Unmaking History and Language. A talk 
by Ttrence McKenna which explores the 
development of western civilization within 
a broader context of humanity. Foltowing a 
short introduction by Timothy Leary, Mc- 
Kenna speaks about the pharmaceutical 
use of plants, the luminous character of 
humans, the need to have 20th century pat- 
terns of thought, alchemy, the emergence 
of language, Herman Melville, the use of 
plants to help the planet, the legacy of 
Renee Descartes, the world as experienced 
by women during the birthing process, and 
the macro-micro cosmos. This show, 
provided by the Pacifica Archive Service, 
concludes with a question and answer ses- 
sion. 

4:30 Talkback! with Malachy McCourt. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Behind the News with Samcri Marksman. 

7:30 World View. Samori Marksman hosts 
this national satellite broadcast kxiking at 
international issues. 

8:30 News Rhythms. Afro-Caribbean/Pan- 
African views, news, and rhythms with 
J. Raynald Louis. 

11:00 Soundscapes: Expk>ratk>ns in Radio, 
Sound, and Musk. Executive Producer, 
Andrew Phillips. 

1:30 Oblique Strategies with Peter 

Schmideg and Tbm Whelan. 

3:30 Half Past 3 with Mkhael G 



T\iesday 26 

6:00 The Morning Show with Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. 



9-.30 New \^rid Gallery Music with Chico 
Alvarez. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null 

1^)0 New Paradigms Special with Danah 
Geffen. 

4:30 Iblkback! with Laura SydelL 

6.-00 The WBAI Evenhig News 

7:00 BeUnd the News with Samori Maiksmaa 

7:30 Four Comers with Evelyn Tblly CosU 
and members of the WBAI Environmental 
Collective. 

8:30 Circle ofRed Natk>ns Special. Native 
American news and issues with Raven. 

10:00 AIDS: Paths to Self-Empowerment 
and Living Special with Bob Lederer, 
Betsy Lenke, and Nicholas Cimorelli. 

Midnight L'Chaim with Betsy Lenke. 

1:30 Weaponry. Military affairs/his- 
tory/hardware, international politics, flying 
machines, plus totally inappropriate music, 
with Tbm Wisker and Jim Dingeman. 

3-JO Punk and Hardcore with Susan Brown. 



Wednesday 27 

Last day of Membership Drive 

6:00 The Morning Showwith Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. 

9:30 Natural Living Special. A full day with 
the one and only Gary Null 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Behinl The News with Samori Marksmaa 

7:30 The Cutting Edge: Black News and 
Views with Dred-Scott Keyes. 

8:00 Explorattons. Science and peace 
issues with Michio Kaku. 

9:00 The Personal Computer Show. Host, 
Joe King. Co-hosts, Hank Kcc and David 
Burstein. 

10:00 Off the Hook Special with Emanuel 
Goldstein, our resident techno-punk. 

Midnight Earthwatch with Robert Knight. 

1:30 Stay tuned... 

3J0 Nightshirt. Late night weirdness with 
Mike Sargent and Chris l^yk^r. 



Thursday 28 

6:00 The Morning Showwith Amy Goodman, 
Bernard White, and Jose Santiago. 



FOLIO/January 1993 WBAI 99.5FM 



9:00 AIDS in Focus, the internatiODal AIDS 
magazine, followed by R>sitive Connection, 
with Larry Gutenburg reporting on the local 
PWA/mv community. 

9:30 Shocking Blue. Music with Delphine 
Blue. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary NulL 

1:00 W^lden's Pond with Shelton Walden. 

2:00 Accent on Percussion. Montego Joe 
brings you aU kinds of music containing per- 
cussion; with interviews and analysis. 

3:00 Afternoon Arts Magazine, featuring 
Art Breaking with Charlie Finch. 

4:00 Shelf Life: WBAI's Literary Series 

4:30 Talkback! with Playthell Benjamin. 

6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

7:00 Behind the News with Samori 
Marksman. 

7:30 Building Bridges: Your Community 
Labor Report Produced by Ken Nash and 
Mimi Rosenberg. 

8:30 Where We Live. Producers Sally 
O'Brien and Safiya Bukhari-Alston present 
the voices of the disenfranchised. 

9:00 Audio QuiltswithRosemari Mealy. 

10:00 Afrikaleidescope with Elombe Brath. 

11:00 News Rebroadcast 

11:45 Live Radio with Bob Fass. 

3:30 Live Air — or is it Dead Air? Music and 
stuff with David Nolan and Doug Cheesman. 



Friday 29 

6:00 The Morning Show with Laura 
Flanders, Phyllis Bennis, Jerry Edwin, and 
Jose Santiago. At 8:00, tune in for 
Counteispin with Rimess and Accuracy in 
Reporting. 

9:00 Alter Columbus: 1992 and Beyond 

with Lisa Maya Knauer. 

9:30 Musical Expressions with host R.B. 
Isles. 

Noon Natural Living with Gary Null. 

1:00 Healthstyles with WBAI's Nursing and 
Health Resources Network. 

2:00 Behind the Screens. Movie matters 
with Jan Albert. 

2:30 Altemativa Latina. The Altemativa 
Latina Collective focuses on the politics, 
culture, and history of Latin America. 

4:30 Talkback! with Santiago Nieves. 



6:00 The WBAI Evening News 

6:50 The Screening Room with Paul 
\^^nder and Joseph Hurley. 

7:00 Friday Night with Joseph Hurley 

8:00 A Moveable Feast Contemporary 
American literature with host Tbm 
Vitale. Tbnight, Rosellen Brown reads 
from her novel. Before and After, and talks 
about the inability to know even one's own 
family. 

8:30 ZBS Presents.. Stay tuned for details 
of our latest high-tech radio drama series. 

9:00 Home Fries. Live radio, comedy, 
music, and call-ins with Fred Herschkowitz. 

10:30 Jazz Sampler with Bill Farrar. 

Midnight Strange Vibrations from the 
Hardcore with the Black Rock Coalition. 

3:00 Lightshow with Frederick GeoBold, 
Brenda Black, Cathie Boruch, and Evan 
Ginzburg. At4:30AM, hear/lven««A', the 
vampire radio drama. 



Saturday 30 

5:00 HouroftheWolt Science fiction and 
fantasy with Jim Freund. 

7:00 As I Please with Simon Loekle. 

8:30 Any Saturday Live radio with David 
Rothenberg. 

10:30 LunchpaiL Live radio with Paul 
Gorman. 

Noon Disabled in Action Speaks! 

1:00 Piper \n the Meadow Straying. Folk 
music with Edward Haber. 

2:30 Radio Free EJreann. Produced by 
Mick Dewan, John McDonagh, and Cait 
Mullen. 

3:30 Thurman Ruth on Gospel Gospel 
music from the man who first brought it to 
the Apollo Theater. 

5:00 Soundtrack with host Paul Wunder. 
All about the cinema with contributors 
Marcia Pally and Stuart Klawans. 

6:30 The Radio Theater presents Music of 
the Cinema: Franz Waanan, Part II. 

7:30 The Golden Age of Radia Vintage 
radio with Max Schmid. 

9:00 The Secret Museum of the Air. Produced 
by Citizen Kafka, curated by Pat Conte. 

10:00 Live from the Nuyorican Poets' Cafe! 

Performances from New York's Loisaida. 

Midnight Labbrish. Live radio with Habte 
Selassie.. 



3:00 Nightflyte. Music with Chet Jackson 
and Bob Bolder. Produced by Kim Jackson. 

Sunday 31 

5:00 Transition. As the late night fades 
into early morning, tune in for contempla- 
tive conversation, alternative music, and 
the sounds of our streets. It's true, you can 
fall asleep or wake up to the delicious mo- 
ments of the transition. Produced by Paul 
Ruest/Fhe Argot Network. 

7:00 Martin Sokol'sThrough the Opera 
Glass. Regina Fiorito-Sokol, Executive 
Producer. 

9:30 Hereof a Sunday Morning. Early 
music with Chris Whent. 

11:30 HanlW>rk. Live radio with Mike Feder. 

1:00 Con Sabor Latino with Mickey Melendez, 
Hernando Alvaricci, and Nancy Rodriguez. 

5:00 Latino Journal with Santiago Nieves. 

6:00 The WBAI News, including a review of 
the week's stories. 

7:00 The Gay Show Join Larry Gutenburg, 
Andrew Cichetti, Nina Silver, Kurt Wolf, 
and Rick X as 1993, gay and proud, begins. 

8:00 Wimen: Music, Love, and Struggle 

with Rosalba Rolon and Sandra Rodriguez. 

9:00 Emanations. Live radio with the 
Emanations Collective — Michael G. 
Haskins, Ulysses T Good, Tknya Steele, 
Theron Holmes-Qarke and Bernard White — 
focusing on the African American com- 
munity. 

11:00 Stolen Moments. Jazz with Mahmoud 
Ibrahim. 

1:00 Back of the Book. So now that we've got 
new bozos in the White House Itchy T 
Echidna presses the new VP. fcr a definition 
of the term Tipper." In a religious business 
segment. Pope Weaselpenis XVI interviews a 
pair (rf entrepreneurs who have bought the 
grave site of the late AyatoUah Khomeini and 
have turned it into the most popular pay 
toilet in any desert. Hector & Anvil provide a 
video essay on the newest no-tech gonad 
pumping scheme: the psychic sex line. You 
don't need a phone, you don't need a aedit 
card, all you need are hyperactive homiones, 
telepathic abilities and some disposable 
karma. At last! Away to spend that good 
karma you've been uselessly building up for 
all (rf these lifetimes! Ree Form Live Radio 
by R. Paul Martin (who has been passing his 
seed through the fire to Molech for a long 
time.) 

3:00 EN'erythmg Old Is New Again. Music 
of the theater and more, with host David 
Kenney. 



FOLIO/January 1993 WBAI 99.5FM 



WBAI Staff 



Station Manager 

Valerie van Isler 

Program Director 

Andrew Phillips 

Public Affair* Director 

Mario Murillo 

Art* Director 

Anthony J. Sloan 

New* Editor* 

Amy Goodman, Jennie Bourne 

New* Reporter 

Jose Santiago 

Operation* Director 

George Wellington 

Operations Assistants 

Max Schmid, Sidney Smith, Shelton 

Walden, Tom Whelan 

Chief Engineer 

Bill Wells 

Maintenance Engineer 

Gracen Challenger 

Production Engineer 

Paul Ruest 

Chief Announcer 

Shelton Walden 

Interim Business Officer 

Gloria George 

Subscriptions/Computing 

Allen Markman, April Greene 

Receptionist 

Fred Kuhn 

Premium Coordinator/Fulfillment 

Delphine Blue/Sharon Thomas 

Folio Editor 

Lauren Comiteau 

Folio Production 

Bob Brand, The Creative Unity Collective, 

Daria Kashian, Betsy Lenke, Annette Walker, 

Tom Whelan 

Craft* Fair 

Doug Fagiana, Executive Director 

Michael Walcott, Sara Cogswell Wells, Oscar 

Cruz 

New* 

Lester Callahan, Julie Cchen, Lauren Comiteau, 
Suzie Coue, Davika Deyal, Paul DeRienzo, Jan 
Blls, Tom HamilDrv Mchael G. Haskins, Malcolm 
Howard, Stasha Hughes, Dred-Scott Keyes, 
Robert Knight, John Neeson, Donald Rouse, 
David Sears, Nadine Shaw, James P. Sherman, 
Laura Sydell, Annette Walker, Eric Williams 

Live Radio 

Margot Adier, Raythell Benjamin, PussificaT. 
Can, Creative Unity Collective (Michael 
Mabem, Yusuf Lamont Darrell McNeill, and 
Rodney Back), Emanations Collective (Ulysses 
T. Good, Michael Haskins, Theron Holnnes- 
ClarVe, Tanya Steele, Bernard White), Bob 
Fass, Mike Feder, Jim Freund, Danah Geffen, 
Sharon Griffiihs, PaJ Gaman, Mk^ael G. Haskins, 
Fred Herschkowitz, Citizen Kafka, Ftobert 
Knight, Betsy Lenke, Simon Loekle, Malachy 
McCourt, R. Paul Martin, Rosemari Mealy, 
Pandora, Andrew Phillips, Rocky, David 
Flothenberg, Lynn Samuels, Mike Sargent, 
Habte Selassie, Sidney Smith, Chris Taylor, 
Shelton Walden, Carletta J. Walker, Bernard 
V*iite, Malika Ue \Miitney, Peter Lamtom Wilson 

Public Affairs 

Gonzalo Aburto, Eva Yaa Asantewaa, Barbara 
Mmri Aziz, Marie Becker, Phyllis Bennis, Dennis 
Bernstein, William Borman, Vivian Brady, 
Lydia Bra^ger, Elombe Brath, "WlkJman" 
Steve Brill, Dave Burstein, Veena Cabreros- 
Sud, Amy Chen, /Vidrew Cicchetti, Nicholas 



OmonBlILn Banche \Mesen Cook, Consuelo 
Corietjer, B^elyn Tufty Costa, Ltoyd Cffigutai, 
Maarten de Kadt, Wck Dewan, Jerry Edwin, 
Qabel F^ye, Laua Flanders, Danah Geflen, Bait>ara 
Qickstein, Lany Gulenburg, Mktiael G l-^isidns, 
Susan Heske, Jeanne Hopper. Brandon Judell, 
Mchio Kaku, Judith Kallas, Hank Kee, Dred- 
Scott Keyes, Zeozile Khoisan, Joe King, Lisa 
Maya Knauer, Alice Krakauer, Franasoo Latorre, 
Bob Laderer, Betsy Lenke, Rayoald Louis, Wesley 
MacavUli, John McOortE^h, EdMcMullan, Samori 
Mar1<sman, Diana Mason, Rosemari Mealy, 
Mary Ann Miller, Cait Mullen, Ken Nash, 
MarUyn Neimark, Santiago Meves, Salty O'Brien, 
Valecia Phillips, Judrth Powell, Abigail Ftodriguez, 
Olga Rodriguez, Don Rojas, Mimi Rosenberg, 
Allan Ross, Paul Ruest, Mke Sargent Gustavo 
Siva, Mna SIver, ScJDtt Sonrvner, Sieton Walden, 
Annette Walker, Carletta Joy Walker, Tom \Mielan, 
Jo WUIard, Tom V\^er, Paul Zulkowitz 

Art* 

Jan Albert, CNco Ah/arez, Hernando Alvaricd, 
Cherise Barri, Cynthia Bell, Sue Renee Berrstein, 
Brenda Black, Fbdney Black, Delphine Bue 
(Music Coordinator), Peter Bochan, Ted Bonnitt, 
Catherine Boruch, Susan Brown, Bill Canaday, 
Serena Castelli, Martha Cinader, Anthony 
Coggi, Peggy Domonique, Bll Fanar, Charles 
Finch, Matthew Finch, John Fisk, Chiri 
Fitzpatrick, Jim Freund, Kyle Caspar, Frederick 
GeoBold, Liz Gewirtz, Jaks Glanz (Technical Dbector), 
Jeff Godaid, brartm Gonzalee, Vania Giiston, Edward 
Haber, flck Harris, Caroline Haycraft, Robin 
Hendrickson, Jeannie Hopper, Joseph Hurley, 
Mahmoud brahim, Richard B. Isles, Deyan 
Ivanovic, Chet Jackson (Music Coordinator), 
Kim Jackson, Brandon Judell, Otizen Kafka, 
Ftoraine Kay, David Kenney, Manya La Bruja, Yueuf 
Lamont, Jonathan Land, Bernard Uroy, Julie 
Lyonn Lieberman, Lee Low«nfish, Andrea Lucas, 
Mchael Mabern, Darrell McNeill, Kyte McNeil, 
Stephen Marshall, Mickey Melendez, Edward 
Menje, Susan Menje, Phillippe Mchael, The 
Midnight Ravers (Terry VWIson, Dro, Ben Mapp, 
and Dred-Scott Keyes), Montego Joe, Lance 
Neal, David Nolan (Poetry Coordinator). 
Nuyorican Poets' Cafe, Agu Obiatar, Ftera Paine, 
\felBdaPhJlp6,Charies Potter, John Randolph, Pat 
Rch, Nancy Rodriguez, Hank Fbsenteld, Lee 
Ryan, Mike Sargent, Michael Scarola, Don 
Scherdin, Max Schmid, Peter Schmideg, James 
P. Sherman, Judith Sloan, Freddie Smith 
(Ulerary Coordinator), Peter Cedric Smith, 
Regina Fcrito-Sokol, N^ctoria Starr, Chris Taylor, 
Daicfie Thomas, JJie Tollman, Jeanette Toomer, 
Jadyn Tyson, Tom \flta(e, Carieda Joy VVbte, jBfferey 
Wbid, NevaWartall (Recordings Librarian). LeonVtiB 
WWts, Joyce West Chris \Mient, fi/bika Lee Whitiey, 
Ste^« Wliams, Mw T. WIson prrS) , Max V\*T*Br, 
PaU V\Ajnder, George Zarr 

Engineer* 

Natalie Budelis, B'iza Butler, Eric Cortey, Matthew 
finch, Ibrahim Gonzalez, Ulysses T. Good, 
Mktiael G. Haskins, Oaude Horvath, Dred-Scott 
Keyes, Betsy LBri<e, Dia Moon, Bob Parrett, John 
Fbndolph, Peter Schmideg, David Smith, Peter 
Cedric Smith, Spyder, Carietta Joy Walker, 
George Wellington, Willie Wilson, Jr., Paul 
V\^jnder. (Sound gatherers: Yusef Aziz, Kamau 
Davis, Crispin Nedd, Melvin Simmons) 

WBAI Local Board 

David Addams, Samuel Anderson, Jennie 
Bourne (staff representative), Leslie Cagaa 
Oymin Chin, Dana Coirea, Hchard Demenus, 
Mtfiam Dinerman, Renee Farmer, Jim Freund 
(stall representative), &ay Haaly. Wlliam Herring, 
Michio Kaku, Stephen Kass, Marjorie Upsyte, J. 
Ftaynald Louis, Cecelia McCal, Frank 
Millspaugh, Philip Tajitsu Nash, Steve Post 



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Pacmca National Board 

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Hazel, Leonor Uzardo, Phil Nash, Jack CDel, Kay 
Pierson, Jennie Rhir>e, Sharon Stewart Eugarw 
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