Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the Rice University KTRU Radio records, 1962-2012 UA 011



creator Rice University
Title: Rice University KTRU Radio records
Dates: 1962-2012
Dates (Bulk): bulk
Abstract: Audio recordings and administrative files reflecting the daily business of the KTRU Radio station at Rice University. Recordings include newscasts, interviews with rock, jazz and classical musicians, Rice Presidents’ State of the University speeches and recorded live music. Administrative records include radio directors’ meeting minutes, “Gripes and Groans” books from the DJ booth, programming notes, election forms, DJ handbook, licensing information, and correspondence. Date range: 1962-2012 Quantity: 13.5 linear feet (27 boxes)
Identification: UA 011
Quantity: 13.5 Linear Feet (27 boxes)
Language: English
Repository: Woodson Research Center, Rice University, Houston, Texas

Biographical / Historical

KTRU began in February 1967 as a two-watt station, KHCR, broadcast by students from Hanzsen College in the Hanzsen basement. In 1968 the station relocated to the basement of the Rice Memorial Center and broadcast throughout campus on 580 AM as KOWL. During the process of licensing and transitioning to FM, students discovered that the call letters KOWL were already in use by a station in California and in 1969 the station was renamed KTRU, for The Rice University. In 1970 the FM committee was established as a guiding entity of the licensing process and an application was submitted to the FCC. When the license request was granted in 1971, KTRU’s power upgraded to 10 watts and the station began broadcasting at 91.7 FM from the top of Sid Richardson College, reaching approximately an 8 mile radius of campus. At this stage, KTRU, frequently referred to as “the radio”, identified itself primarily as a source of diverse and underexposed music while incorporating campus news and events of interests to emphasize the educational purposes of the service. The staff was entirely volunteer, comprised mainly of electrical engineering majors due to the technical complexities of the equipment. KTRU evolved from 250 watts in 1974 to 650 watts in 1980, followed by an unexpected leap to 50,000 watts in 1991. This major shift emerged from the ambitions of neighboring station KRTS 92.1 whose request to expand to 50,000 was denied by the FCC due to the complete overpowering of KTRU’s broadcast that would result. KRTS reached an agreement with Rice administrators to pay for the installation and maintenance of the new transmitter, located off campus in Humble, a northwest suburb of Houston. One consequence of the move was the interference of the Texas Medical Center with the broadcast signal, causing poor reception on campus and a decrease in the student audience. In 1997 a committee was formed to redirect KTRU in terms of a “university asset”. The tensions between KTRU staff and the university administration manifested in November 2000 when two DJ’s protested an arrangement made to broadcast more athletic events by playing punk rock songs over the last half of a Rice women’s basketball game. The station was abruptly shut down by administrators for nine days until reopened after a series of protests condemning the university’s action and negotiations with the station.

KTRU’s content progressed from art rock in the 1970s to alternative, experimental, and underground rock in the 1980s, mirroring the national musical movement of the time. This decade also brought forth the addition of specialty shows, which balanced the alternative bent with segments of jazz, blues, folk, classical, independent and world music. Most recently KTRU boasts a similar eclectic mix of tunes directed away from the mainstream and towards open-minded tastes. Additionally, KTRU broadcasts Rice athletic events, interviews, public lectures of Rice affiliates, concerts from the Shepherd School of Music, and news and events relating to the campus and beyond.

Up until 2010, KTRU broadcasted twenty-four hours a day from a 50,000 watt antenna and streamed online from the Ley Student Center at Rice University. As of April 28, 2011, KTRU no longer broadcasted on the 91.7 frequency, which had been sold to the University of Houston. It only streamed music online until KPFT allowed KTRU to broadcast on its HD2 channel.

For more information, visit KTRU on-line at http://74.53.234.138/.


Scope and Contents

Audio recordings and administrative files reflecting the daily business of the KTRU Radio station at Rice University. Recordings include newscasts, interviews with rock, jazz and classical musicians, Rice Presidents’ State of the University speeches and recorded live music. Administrative records include radio directors’ meeting minutes, “Gripes and Groans” books from the DJ booth, programming notes, election forms, DJ handbook, licensing information, and correspondence.


Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

This material is open for research.

Conditions Governing Access

Stored off-site at the Library Service Center. Please request this material via woodson@rice.edu or call 713-348-2586.


Index Terms

audiotapes
letters (correspondence)

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Rice University KTRU Radio records, 1962-2012, UA 011, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

This collection was transferred to the Woodson Research Center in 1988 by David Stivers and Tony Rossini.

Accruals

More material may be added to this collection.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I: Audio recordings, 1968-2007

Sub-Series: 1968/1969
Box
1 Masterson Mass Student Meeting 1969-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A student meeting taking place within the Physics Amphitheater. Students who participated on the Advisory Committee to select the next president of Rice University talk about what they were told by administration, what they saw during the meetings, and what the administration did. This student meeting took place soon after the announcement of Dr. William Masterson as the new university president. Speakers: Bari Kaplan, Barry Kaplan, Warren Skaaren
William Masterson addressing students 1969-02-00
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Dr. William Masterson addressing students and faculty via a bullhorn during the Masterson Crisis. He also takes questions and statements from the crowd; (12:12) KOWL DJ interviews Dr. Clark Read about the crisis and the public media; (16:17) A phone conversation about meeting with the media. Speakers: William Masterson, Jean Claude De Braemaker, Clark Read, Warren Skaaren
Masterson Crisis phone interviews, part 1 1969-02-00
Scope and Contents
Contents include: KOWL DJ interviews various people about their opinions regarding the Board of Trustees selecting Dr. William Masterson as University President. Speakers: Paul Pfeiffer, Warren Skaaren, Lon Del Rio, John Worrell
Masterson Crisis phone interviews, part 2 1969-02-00
Scope and Contents
Contents include: KOWL DJ interviews Dr. Wilfred S. Dowden on the American Association of University Professors reaction to the Masterson Crisis, as well as his views on the crisis. Speakers: Wilfred S. Dowden
Masterson Crisis interview 1969-02-00
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bill Thomas and John Sorti interview Dr. Donald Clayton, Dr. Clark Read, Dr. David Nissen, Dr. Lee Rudee, and Christopher "Turque" Tomlinson about the Masterson Crisis. Because of the age of the reel, the recording has a few technical problems. The recording ends abruptly. Speakers: Bill Thomas, John Sorti, Donald Clayton, Clark Read, David Nissen, Lee Rudee, Christopher "Turque" Tomlinson
Reports and meetings on the Charles Freeman case 1969-04-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Student Association and faculty meeting pertaining to the case of Charles Freeman, the first African American student at Rice University; (08:33) News report on Charles Freeman case; (12:05) Student Senate statement on meeting; (13:35) Official press release from the Student Association read by Jeff Cox about Frank Vandiver's decision to not readmit Charles Freeman. Since more than one track was recorded at the same time, this audio has been altered and extraneous audio has been deleted. Speakers: Stewart West, Lon del Rio, Bennet Falk, Mike McKinley, Jim Gregory, Jeff Cox, John Sorte
Sub-Series: 1969/1970
Box
1 News Master A 1969-09 - 1969-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:00) The Incredible String Band review; (1:08) Charles Freeman clarifications on his status as the first African-American student at Rice; (03:40) Baker College's Grungy Panties movie review; (05:52) Interviews for Student Association committees; (07:03) Rice Owls football game vs VMI; (08:54) Jim Morrison exclamation from The Soft Parade album; (09:17) Section of "The Last Trip to Tulsa" by Neil Young; (11:04) Hello Hamlet review; (11:56) Hello Hamlet; (12:50) Possible university and college drug policies; (14:54) Baker College meeting on possible university drug policy; (16:03) Rice Owls football starting line-up; (16:47) Section from a parody of "Banana Boat Song" (17:08) Water balloon war; (18:07) Astro militia protest commentary; (19:02) Astro militia march comment; (20:18) Rice Owls football vs. LSU after party preview; (21:07) Coach Bo Hagan on Rice Owls football; (23:18) Water wars between the colleges; (24:39) Rice Owls football vs. LSU; (27:31) Campanile 1969 yearbook announcement; (28:18) Problem over nudity between publishers and editors of the Campanile; (29:37) Campanile editor Gary Grether on TV show "News on Campus"; (30:21) Medal of Honor protest; (31:38) Vietnam War Moratorium Day; (32:51) Events on Vietnam War Moratorium Day; (35:59) Art exhibit "Reflections on War"; (36:46) Vigil for Rice war dead at Will Rice statue. Speakers: Mark Fowler, Bill Thomas, John Doerr, Bill Cavnar, Pat Baum, Carl Bear, Bo Hagan, Dick Fuqua, Austin Bay, Mark Sivers, Bill Haymes, Allen Matusow
News Master B 1969-10 - 1969-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:29) Vigil for Rice war dead at William M. Rice statue; (02:42) Rededication to peace; (03:39) Dr. Allen Matusow seminar: (04:44) Rice University moratorium news; (06:08) Art exhibit "Reflections on War"; (6:40) Vigil for Rice war dead at William M. Rice statue; (07:09) Physical changes to Rice during moratorium day; (07:50) Moratorium days at colleges in Texas; (08:23) End of Dr. Allen Matusow seminar; (09:45) Speaking on the national moratorium; (12:36) KTRU News promo; (13:36) Rice Owls Footbal preview before SMU game; (14:43) Roger Priest and charges against him; (15:48) Jerry Jeff Walker, Guy Clark, and John Carrick perform at RMC; (17:23) Contesting of the Freshman election by the SA; (19:23) Comments on SA Election, (20:45) Dan Rather's visit; (22:08) Rumor on naming of new Rice president; (23:20) Freshman Football review University of Texas game; (24:15) Oleo Strut coffeehouse representatives going to Will Rice College; (25:30) SA contested election; (26:29) Kaycie the Catapillar (insects in food); (27:12) Judson Robinson visit to Baker College; (28:30) Pacifica Radio Station wins construction permit; (29:00) "Raid the Icebox" Andy Warhol exhibit; (29:48) Freshman football review Texas A and M; (30:32) Baker College pumpkin carving contest. Speakers: Buddy Trotter, Allen Matusow, Paul Pfeifer, Pat Baum, Bill Cavnar, Dick Fuqua, Bo Hagan, Julie Gianelloni, Dan Rather, Jack Olson, Bill Haymes, Jerry Jeff Walker
News Master C 1969-11-03 - 1969-12-00
Scope and Contents
Program Master A 1969/1970
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Herman Professional Barbershop ad; (00:53) Gino's restaurant ad; (01:39) Dutch Kettle ad; (02:13) Smith and ZZ Top at the Houston Music Theater ad; (02:54:) Woody Allen's Take the Money and Run ad; (03:59) Easy Rider ad; (04:43) The Moody Blues at the Houston Music Theater ad; (05:38) Buger King ad; (06:20) The Jones Theater presents Dirty Work at the Crossroads; (06:54) Dromgoole's Typrewriter Shop ads; (08:55) Frank Vandiver's "Their Tattered Flags: The Epic of the Confederacy" ad; (10:07) Rice Campus Store ads; (11:45) Sammy's ads; (15:57) Graduation announcements at Rice Memorial Center ad; (16:35) Der Weinerschnitzel ads; (18:41) Denim at Golden Fleece Club ad; (19:41) Gino's restaurant ad; (20:14) Hamburgers by Gourmet ad; (24:10) American General Life Insurance ads; (30:47) Rice Campus Store ad; (31:31) Houston Symphony at Rice Field House ads. Speakers: Woody Allen, Smith, ZZ Top, The Moody Blues, Frank Vandiver, Fred Duckett
Program Master B 1969/1970
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Promo - Jim Gregory Show; (02:04) Promo - Jim Gregory Show; (03:20) Station ID - apology for bad signal; (04:11) Promo - Once Every Four Records; (05:03) Promo - Hit Line; (06:23) Station ID - The Big 58; (06:57) Station ID - Much More Music; (07:06) Station ID - Campus Information Station; (07:14) Station ID - 580 KTRU; (07:21) Station ID - Rice Owls; (07:29) Station ID - Much More Music; (07:38) Station ID - Lightnin' Hopkins; (07:46) Station ID - George Roy Hill; (07:58) Station ID - Big Band; (08:18) Station ID - Good Morning Sound; (08:34) Double Play; (08:42) New Music Now; (08:49) Three in a Row; (08:55) The Beat Goes On; (09:07) Station ID - Strikes Gold; (09:18) Golden Weekend; (09:24) Golden Classic; (09:33) More Music; (09:43) [?]; (09:52) Theme music; (10:03) Promo - KTRU News; (11:09) Promo - KTRU News Moratorium Day; (11:55) Promo - Mickey Swift; (13:50) Promo - Top 15 Artists; (14:25) Promo - Thomas Nast; (15:21) Promo - Jock-in-the-Box Contest; (16:44) Promo - [?] Norman Show; (17:17) Airing 3 hours April 1970 on KPFT 90.1 FM; (18:36) Theme music - Buddy Trotter and Music; (18:58) Theme music - Whole Rice Radio presents; (19:08) Theme music - Stinger. Speakers: Jim Gregory, Lightnin' Hopkins, George Roy Hill, Mickey Swift, Thomas Nast, Buddy Trotter, Herman Beiersdorf
Program Master C 1969-00-00 - 1970-00-00
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Win a date with Rob Quartel; (02:15) Carts introduction; (02:25) Wooo fx, (02:38) Aww now wait a minute; (02:47) electronic Star Spangled Banner; (03:10) Oh no; (03:16) Door, Door; (03:40) Weather; (03:46) Come on now; (03:55) KTRU promo by Rice Owls basketball player; (04:12) Horn flourish; (04:20) Apple gunkies; (04:34) Canned laughter; (04:45) Pouring soda in a glass; (04:57) Canned laughter; (05:04) Large audience canned laugher; (05:20) Cheering; (05:36) Mickey Swift promo; (05:48) KTRU promo; (05:58) Booing; (06:09) Superlatives; (06:23) KTRU promo; (06:39) KTRU show promo; (06:56) KTRU basketball team promo; (07:15) KTRU promo by basketball player; (07:45) gunshots/fireworks; (08:03) gong; (08:07) I don't get it; (08:13) You know it leads to harder stuff; (08:26) applause; (08:38) I never swinged it; (08:44) applause; (08:58) electronic signal; (09:17) Items crashing; (09:50) child speaking; (09:56) Chic and sophisticated; (10:03) That's a pretty car; (10:14) child speaking; (10:21) Steve Rogers promo; (11:33) Mickey Swift promo; (13:26) Library closure over Abbie Hoffman bomb threats; (14:34) Bill Wright; (14:41) So long; (15:35) KTRU promo; (16:05) KTRU promo; (16:30) KTRU Much More Music promo; (16:52) KTRU promo; (17:18) KTRU closed for repairs; (18:14) Scott Hill show intros; (18:40) Ron Harper show intros; (19:05) J. Leighton Read program intros; (19:25) Thomas Nast [?] program intros; (19:39) Jim Connor show intros; (20:03) Rob Quartel show intros: (20:28) Shawn Mackenzie [?] program intros; (20:52) Sid Marr [?] program intros; (21:17) Greg Reinhart show intros; (21:40) The Montgomery Show intros; (22:04) Greg Sporak show intros; (22:26) Jim Mead [?] show intros; (22:49) Jim Lawler show intros; (23:10) Rick Doyle [?] show intros; (23:32) Brad Etherton intros; (23:57) Jim McLaren show; (24:19) Dean Bradley [?] show intros; (24:29) Harvey Jay Spooner [?] show intros; (25:02) Steve Rogers show intros; (25:24) Buddy Trotter show intros; (27:01) Mickey Swift show intros; (27:24) Intro horn music; (28:30) Upbeat jazz music with drum solo; (31:52) Show intro. Speakers: Rob Quartel, Mickey Swift, Steve Rogers, Bill Wright, Scott Hill, Ron Harper, J. Leighton Read, Jim Connor, Greg Reinhart, Greg Sporak, Jim Lawler, Brad Etherton, Jim McLaren, Buddy Trotter
News Master D Spring 1970
Scope and Contents
News Master E 1970-02-00 - 1970-02-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) RAC ROTC protest; (02:59) The Band promo; (04:13) Steve Wendell interview on Rice Owls basketball; (06:55) Frank Vandiver book interview; (08:06) Job interview policy; (09:50) Co-ed college proposal; (11:09) Rice Owl band in New Orleans for Mardi Gras; (12:31) Commentary Houston school board integration; (14:25) Student Association Senate meeting review; (15:55) Richardson plan on co-ed colleges; (17:17) Coach Don Knodel on basketball; (18:32) Summer job plan by Placement Office; (19:43) Baroque Ensemble review; (20:56) Media Center film program expansion; (21:49) Baker Shakespeare senior feast; (23:17) Chartered bus to Baylor basketball game; (23:57) Media Center film program expansion; (24:51) Study Committee on Commencement; (25:43) President's Lecture Series David Morris Potter. Speakers: Pat Baum, Dean Weirum, Steve Wendel, Frank Vandiver, Lee Horstman, John Clark, John Doerr, Web Canard, Jim Baker, Don Knodel, Austin Bay, Doyon Main, Bert Pluymen, David Morris Potter, Paul Hlavinka
News Master F 1970-02-16 - 1970-03-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) President's Lecture Series David Morris Potter; (01:37) Coach Don Knodel on basketball; (03:10) Student Association Senate meeting; (05:03) Artificial turf; (05:56) Coach Don Knodel on basketball; (07:41) Carolyn Kendrick Thresher controversy; (08:48) Rice Owls tennis match review; (09:38) Comedic secretaries revolt KTRU takeover; (10:43) Commencement Study Committee; (12:27) News promos; (14:34) Vote for Christopher "Turque" Tomlinson; (15:08) Rice Owls basketball vs. Texas Tech preview; (16:54) Student Association election results; (18:43) Jack Bruce and Mountain concert review; (20:01) Rice Owls basketball vs. Texas Tech review; (21:29) Carolyn Kendrick probation appeal; (25:01) Student Association elections commentary; (27:44) Coach Don Knodel on basketball; (29:03) University of Texas issues; (30:51) Student Association Senate elections; (32:29) Vietnam Moratorium activities; (34:11) Basketball documentary; (34:58) Vietnam fast resolution; (36:07) Dr. Ronald Magid refused tenure; (38:) Judge Virgil Singleton on Houston Peace Coalition permit; (40:42) James Bristol on repealing the draft; (42:12) William Rusher on liberalism; (43:43) Commentary on William Rusher speech. Speakers: Pat Baum, David Morris Potter, Don Knodel, John Doerr, Bill Whitmore, Doyon Main, Web Canard, Glenna Bergquist, Paul Hlavinka, Rebecca Greene, Julie Gianelloni, Michael McEnany, Kerry Vandell, Rick Lowerre, Gary Maze, Ronald Magid, Virgil Singleton
News Master G 1970-03-16 - 1970-03-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Drs. Ronald Magid, Douglas Milburn, Jr., Lee Stavenhagen, Heinz Puppe, Wulf Koepcke refused tenure; (01:39) St. Patrick's Day bulletin board, events at Rice; (02:41) Rumor of Norman Hackerman being named Rice University President; (05:08) Houston Peace Coalition parade; (07:38) Judy Collins concert review; (08:57) Student Association resolution on tenure; (10:28) Faculty passes curriculum reform proposal; (12:10) Franz Brotzen on university president selection; (13:24) Students Association election results. Recording has technical difficulties. Speakers: Pat Baum, John Doerr, Jim Baker, Paul Hlavinka, Melissa Crowfoot, Austin Bay
News Master H 1970-04-00
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Rice Memorial Center fire; (04:21) Faculty Committee on University Welfare on Abbie Hoffman event; (11:52) Dean Weirum on the fire his office, the Abbie Hoffman event, and a larger statement on the student protest movement; (22:43) Student Center Board meeting on Abbie Hoffman event; (33:44) Small fire at ROTC building; (34:34) Robert L. Kahn suicide; (35:21) M.A.S.H. review; (36:02) Commencement Study Committee recommendations; (37:20) SWC baseball predictions; (38:06) They Shoot Horses Don't They review; (38:49) Space City news services bomb threat; (40:00) Statement on confusing fire and Abbie Hoffman incident; (40:13) Statement on approving of Faculty Committee of University Welfare on Abbie Hoffman event; (41:37) Excerpt from Dean Weirum statement on fire and Abbie Hoffman event, same as 11:52; (42:32) Excerpt from Faculty Committee on University Welfare statement on Abbie Hoffman event, same as 04:21; (44:19) Donald Clayton on singing the Faculty Committee on University Welfare statement on Abbie Hoffman event; (45:20) Student Center Board statement on Faculty Committee on University Welfare decision about Abbie Hoffman event. Speakers: Paul Hlavinka, John Doerr, Todd Scharnberg, Pat Baum, Donald Clayton, Bob Parks, Jer Mardis, Dean Weirum, Jean Claude De Braemaker, Julie Gianelloni, Gary Maze, Bill Cavnar
Student Center Board meeting on Abbie Hoffman 1970-04-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Student Center Board meeting about the withdrawal of the Abbie Hoffman speech invitation.
News Master I 1970-04-05 - 1970-04-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Society of Female Terrorists meeting; (01:42) Ed Dykes on Abbie Hoffman event; (02:09) Dr. Clark Read and others on Rice Memorial Center fire; (04:06) Lovett College government statement; (04:41) Dean Weirum reads Board of Directors letter on Abbie Hoffman event; (06:17) Dean Weirum reads Frank Vandiver's letter of resignation; (07:23) Residential college meeting on recent events; (08:04) Franz Brotzen statement; (08:15) Dean Weirum statement on Abbie Hoffman event; (08:26) Frank Vandiver letter repeated; (10:35) Board of Directors letter repeated; (12:13) Hourly summaries on Abbie Hoffman event; (13:40) Residential college meetings on Abbie Hoffman event; (14:41) Drs. Allen Matusow and Chandler Davidson on Faculty Council meeting; (15:35) Faculty Council meeting report; (16:00) Board of Trustees meeting moved to unknown location; (16:57) Dean Weirum on access to college lot; (18:22) Statement from students occupying Allen Center; (19:06) Allen Center occupation; (21:12) Food for Allen Center occupiers; (23:02) Dean Weirum statement on campus closing to non-Rice people; (23:55) Radical student meeting on Abbie Hoffman event; (25:54) Informal convocation leading to Allen Center occupation; (27:12) Allen Center occupation purpose; (27:45) Why Allen Center?; (28:26) Occupiers deciding who can enter; (29:14) Occupiers extend invitation to Abbie Hoffman; (29:47) Frank Vandiver statement; (30:22) Space City News comment on upcoming Abbie Hoffman Houston events; (31:16) Torn McGarity on campus security; (32:03) Bomb threat at Jones North; (32:52) Harold Rhodes on bomb threat; (33:25) Web Canard phone message; (35:38) Lee Estes statement on Allen Center disturbance; (37:09) Allen Center report; (37:51) Reporting suspicious activity post-Allen Center disturbance; (38:26) Interview with Bob Parks about the Allen Center disturbance. Speakers: Katherine Smith, Ed Dykes, Dean Weirum, Clark Read, Franz Brotzen, Paul Hlavinka, Pat Baum, Allen Matusow, Chandler Davidson, John Doerr, Jim Connor, Web Canard, Gregory Reinhart, Karolyn Kendrick, Gary Maze, Frank Vandiver, Torn McGarity, Jim Gregory, Harold Rhodes, Julie Gianelloni, Bob Parks
Student Center Board Press Conference 1970-04-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Student Center Board withdraws invitation to Abbie Hoffman. Speakers: Stephen Fox
News Master J 1970-04-12 - 1970-04-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Graduate Student Association president on Allen Center disturbance; (01:48) Dan Rosenberg on outsiders at Willy's Statue; (03:05) Tom McGarity on outsiders at Willy's Statue; (03:37) Allen Center disturbance summary; (08:34) Commencement revision; (10:04) Bob Parks statement on Norman Hackerman; (11:34) Greg White on Norman Hackerman; (12:08) Norman Hackerman on selection; (14:01) LeRoi Jones talk; (15:07) Thomas W. Leland, Jr. on commencement revision; (16:25) Earth Day activities, Arthur W. Busch speech; (20:55) Rondelet chorus event; (21:24) Track meet preview; (23:06) University of Houston student incident on building construction; (24:49) Roland Richter on building construction incident; (26:55) Curriculum proposal passed; (27:39) Wiess Tabletop's "Grigsby G" review; (29:05) Ted Farmer running for Chairman of Democratic Precinct 40; (30:19) Commentary on President Nixon's national address on Cambodia. We deleted a song at the end of this recording. Speakers: Julie Gianelloni, Tom Nichols, Rob Quartel, John Doerr, Dan Rosenberg, Tom McGarity, Lee Estes, Bob Parks, Jim Gregory, Norman Hackerman, Greg White, Austin Bay, Thomas W. Leland, Jr., Bill Cavnar, Arthur W. Busch, Paul Hlavinka, Roland Richter, Stephen Baker, Ted Farmer, Pat Baum
KTRU News Special on Allen Center Disturbance 1970-04-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Official media report of the Allen Center campus disturbance. Speakers: John Doerr, Lee Estes
News Master 8 Spring 1970
Scope and Contents
Sub-Series: 1970/1971
Box
1 Blanket Tax 1970-10-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Sudent Association meeting about a blanket tax.
News Master L 1970-11-02 - 1970-11-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bradford Morris interview with Robert Blair Keyser; (00:59) Larry Lee on KPFT bombing; (01:59) KPFT bombing from KPFT; (04:25) Harper students in the Tutoring project; (06:32) Brown vs Jones College powderpuff ; (07:23) Anti-War Rally in Austin; (12:12) Hanszen College elections; (12:55) Larry Lee on KPFT black out, Ku Klux Klan, Houston Police Department; (16:36) Houston Police Department's relationship with Ku Klux Klan; (18:30) Registrar's office on drop deadline; (19:18) Dr. Herbert Stein talk; (21:13) Planning Kate Millett talk; (21:49) KPFT bombing; (23:08) Jer Mardis on Kate Millett talk; (23:50) Ramsay Elder on Lovett College referendum; (24:21) Jones College paint in; (25:37) Dr. Herbert Stein talk; (27:23) Kate Millett's talk; (30:00) Rice Owls football vs. Arkansas review; (31:24) "C. C. & Company" review. Speakers: Robert Blair Keyser, Bradord Morris, Paul Hlavinka, Larry Lee, Jan Godfrey, Karen Schain, Rob Quartel, Herbert Stein, Rick Cordray, Jer Mardis, Ramsay Elder, Johnnie Buzek, Jan Brenner, Kate Millett, Mike Ross
News Master M 1971-11-08 - 1971-11-19
Scope and Contents
Co-Ed Conversion phone survey 1970-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Recap of the KTRU co-ed conversion phone survey.
News Master O 1971-01-25 - 1971-01-28
Scope and Contents
News Master P 1971-02-01 - 1971-03-12
Scope and Contents
News Master Q2 1971-02-17 - 1971-02-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Rice Owls tennis; (00:25) Rice Owls tennis; (00:53) KKK electrical burning upgrade; (01:14) Hanszen College election results; (01:47) Coach Don Knodel on line-up changes; (02:17) Wiess College election results; (02:58) Student Association candidate list; (03:35) Norman Hackerman to alumni; (04:28) Rice women's swim meet; (05:13) FBI files from COINTELPRO; (06:15) New Party meeting in Houston; (07:14) Earth Day Fair; (08:22) TCU basketball preview; (09:10) Rice Owls tennis; (09:47) Walt Whitman Rostow speaks at Rice; (11:04) New Party representative; (12:04) Rice Owls football vs. University of Houston game; (13:18) Co-ed college committee; (14:04) Space City relaunch; (15:13) Rice Owls basketball preview; (16:20) Rice Owls basketball review; (17:28) Lovett College election challenge; (18:08) Rice Owls basketball preview/review; (20:19) Lovett College elections redo. Speakers: Sammy Giammalva, Paul Hlavinka, Don Knodel, Norman Hackerman, Jack Applewhite, Johnny Swain, Bill Peterson, Harry Fouke, F. Street Fulton, Henry Holcomb
News Master Q1 1971-03-08 - 1971-04-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Parent's Day; (00:50) 1972 Super Bowl; (01:24) Mike Schwartz on junk mail; (02:15) Tom Greene on Student Association polls; (02:45) Rice Owls baseball preview; (03:42) Grundelet team; (04:28) Spring Think review; (06:10) Critique of doctor at Warwick Hotel; (07:29) Norman Hackerman on training table; (08:21) Student Association Senate meeting; (09:58) Rice leaving SWC petition; (11:08) Frank Vandiver wins book award; (11:46) Hanszen College cabinet meeting; (12:09) Rice Owls tennis review; (12:34) Rice Society for Ecological Survival; (13:10) Rondelet dress; (13:40) Baker College cabinet meeting; (14:23) Program office interviews; (14:53) University of Houston Program Council; (15:29) Speaker event policy; (16:18) Coalition for Better Government; (17:00) Robert Lipton asked to speak; (17:46) Rice Owls football not on TV fall 1971; (18:21) Eugene McCarthy speaking at University of Houston; (19:09) Robert Lipton speech; (19:55) Norman Hackerman unable to teach class; (20:30) Norman Hackerman on athletics; (21:15) Eugene McCarthy on trial; (22:21) Trinity tennis match; (22:59) Mickey Swift in Mecom Fountain; (25:51) Tennis player on skills; (26:34) Speaker on William McGonagall; (27:13) University Committee work; (27:58) KOWL to KTRU name change; (28:53) Norman Hackerman on integrating student athletes into the student body; (29:48) ROTC in stadium lot; (30:36) Rice Owls tennis preview; (31:27) Rice Owls football scrimmage; (32:36) Freshman advising. Speakers: Leighton Read, Ralph Anderson, Paul Muncy, Mike Schwartz, Tom Greene, William Ballew, Leighton Turner, Hal Gober, Charlie Crowe, Jack Applewhite, Gail Goodrich, Jim Sylvester, Chip Landsdale, Paul Hlavinka, Bill Haymes, Eugene McCarthy, Norman Hackerman, Christi Oliver, John Doerr
Abbie Hoffman incident documentary, part 1 1971-04-00
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Contents include: A KTRU DJ recounts the events surrounding Abbie Hoffman's intended speech at Rice and the fallout from the cancelled event. This documentary ends abruptly. The second part was recorded over. Speakers: Alan Grob, Lee Estes, Jer Mardis, Dean Wierum, Frank Vandiver, Donald Delbert Clayton, Franz Brotzen, John Doerr, Jean Claude de Braemaker
KTRU Sign-on show, part 1 1971-05-20
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Contents include: Dan Guthrie and Buddy Trotter recount the history of KHCR, KOWL, and later KTRU. There are some technical difficulties with this recording. Speakers: Dan Guthrie, Buddy Trotter, Mary Kaplan, William Masterson, Jean Claude De Braemaker, Gary Maze, Neil Armstrong, Pat Baum, Allen Matusow, John Doerr, Todd Scharnberg, Dean Weirum, Frank Vandiver, Thomas McGarity, Jim Gregory
KTRU Sign-on show, part 2 1971-05-20
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Contents include: Dan Guthrie and Buddy Trotter finish recounting the history of KTRU. Buddy Trotter and Dan Guthrie talk to H. Malcolm Lovett, Dean Weirum, Frank Vandiver, J. Venn Leeds, Gene Coulbourn Hackerman, Ben Blanton, and answer phone calls. We deleted radio music throughout the recording. Speakers: Buddy Trotter, Dan Guthrie, H. Malcolm Lovett, Dean Weirum, Frank Vandiver, J. Venn Leeds, Gene Coulbourn Hackerman, Ben Blanton
KTRU Sign-on show, part 3 1971-05-20
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Contents include: Dan Guthrie and Buddy Trotter answers phone calls and discuss signal strength. We deleted radio music throughout the recording. Speakers: Larry Lawson, Dan Guthrie, Buddy Trotter, Bob Parks
Sub-Series: 1971/1972
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1 News Master 1 Summer 1971
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Contents include: (00:01) Malcolm Lovett, Dean Wierum, Gene Coulbourn Hackerman, and unknown speaker on KTRU 91.7 improves wattage; (03:11) Rice Owls Track report and preview; (04:06) State Senate Bill no. 56; (05:15) Student Association giving Mentor Recognition Award to Dr. Paul Pfeiffer; (06:51) Proposal to create a new university council; (07:57) Rice University Baccalaureate exercises; (08:23) Unknown speaker on KTRU 91.7 wattage; (08:35) State Senate Bill no. 56 explained; (09:38) Norman Hackerman's commencement speech; (23:13) Health program; (23:52) Dr. Lowes Southwest Center for Urban Research; (24:45) Southwest Center for Urban Research; (25:34) Rice Owls track team meets and news; (27:36) R1 being decommissioned; (28:51) R2 computer; (29:46) Undergraduate grades; (30:24) "Exhibit for Children" at Rice Art Gallery; (31:05) Job placement mailings. Speakers: Malcolm Lovett, Dean Wierum, Gene Coulbourn Hackerman, Jeff Landsdale, Norman Hackerman
News Master 2 Summer 1971
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Contents include: (00:01) Description of new courses; (00:27) Written evaluation of course work; (1:00) Summer construction and renovation projects Sewall Hall, Jones College, Baker College; (01:42) Seismic expert on Apollo 14; (02:45) Mickey Swift in Mecom Fountain. Speakers: Mickey Swift, Herman Beiersdorf
Sen. Ralph Yarborough speech 1971-10-09
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Contents include: Sen. Ralph Yarborough speaks at Rice about the youth vote, increasing voter turnout, his accomplishments, and proposed new legislation that he supports. We deleted extraneous audio at the end of this recording. Speakers: Ralph Yarborough
Sid Richardson College dedication 1971-10-16
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Contents include: Part of this recording was interrupted by an unrelated radio broadcast. We deleted it. (00:01) Short prayer; (02:25) Introduction; (05:53) Perry Richardson Bass speech; (11:56) Jerry Gallagher speech; (14:12) Dr. J. Venn Leeds speech; (18:18) John F. Heard speech; (19:38) Norman Hackerman speech; (21:35) Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson speech; (42:10) Carey Croneis closing remarks. Part of this recording was interrupted by an unrelated radio broadcast. We deleted it. There are also technical issues with this recording, because of its age. Speakers: Carey Croneis, Perry Richardson Bass, Jerry Gallagher, J. Venn Leeds, John F. Heard, Norman Hackerman, Lyndon B. Johnson
Fred Hofheinz speaking at Rice 1971-10-25
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Contents include: Houston Mayoral candidate Fred Hofheinz speaking at Rice on the following topics: police department, city pollution, mass transportation, sewage treatment plant, parks and recreation, firefighters, school district, racial integration, city charter amendments. This does not include a complete speech, but instead has sound clips from a press conference. Speaker: Fred Hofheinz
News Master and elections 1971-11-06, 1971-12-07
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Contents include: (00:01) Scott Hochberg speaks with Dr. Claude de Bremaecker about the Amchitka nuclear blast on 1971-11-06; (03:50) Updates on the Houston elections; (07:58) Student Association Senate meeting on the judiciary; (08:35) Jess Neely inducted in the National Football Hall of Fame; (09:11) Associated Press headlines; (09:51) Peace Fair; (10:19) Station promo; (10:51) Updates on the Houston elections, statement from Fred Hofheinz. We deleted extraneous audio between news segments. Speakers: Paul Hlavinka, Scott Hochberg, Claude de Bremaecker, Chip Landsdale, Fred Hofheinz, Kevin Mayer, Jenny Atkins, Jim Latimer, Johnnie Buzek, Fred Hofheinz
Houston city election runoff coverage 1971-12-07
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Contents include: Houston election night coverage; Reports on India and East Pakistan. Speakers: Fred Hofheinz, Kevin Mayer, Jenny Atkins, Jim Latimer
News Master 1a Fall 1971
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Contents include: (00:01) Student Association Homecoming boycott resolution; (00:18) Rice Owls football on Bruce Gad; (00:36) Campus power failure; (00:44) Pasadena school board meeting; (01:22) Co-ed colleges; (2:00) Rice Owls Football vs. Alabama preview; (03:00) Frank Vandiver announcement on Hurricane Fern; (03:19) Owl hooting; (03:54) Rice Owls Football vs. University of Southern California preview, Eddie Collins, Chris Hale; (05:15) University fund drive; (06:03) Texas legislature scandals; (06:43) Huddo trial and convictions; (08:08) Curtis Graves on Texas legislature scandals; (09:28) Rice Program Council news; (09:53) Norman Hackerman on Rice Commerce Department; (10:38) Jones College news; (11:31) Honor Council elections; (11:59) Daniel Ellsberg's Pentagon Papers; (12:41) AP college football poll; (13:18) Football unclear; (13:51) Football; (14:33) Rice Owls Football; (15:09) Religion and black people; (16:38) Football fundraising; (17:40) Off campus funds; (18:38) Norman Hackerman on tuition; (19:55) Debbie Leonard Socialist Party for mayor; (20:57) RPC The Sticks bicycle tour; (23:05) Norman Hackerman on existence; (24:10) Sticks bicycle tour; (25:53) Sewal Hall dedication; (26:23) Rice Owls Football vs. Tulane review; (27:08) Quadraphonic sound review; (28:33) Texas stock scandal; (29:29) Democratic meet; (30:26) Rice Owls Football vs. Louisiana State University preview, athletic awards, freshman football; (32:50) Bills on Health Services and India Student Association; (32:44) Resolutions by senate; (34:05) Student Association; (34:23) Rice Owls Football vs. Louisiana State University; (35:41) Rice Owls Football vs. LSU review; (36:28) HISD Citizenship Committee, school board elections. Speakers: Bill Peterson, Norman Hackerman, Jeff Landsdale, John Doerr
News Master 1b Fall 1971
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Contents include: (00:01) Dr. Edward Norbeck on play; (00:49) Student Association elections in the colleges; (01:51) Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Council on Super Bowl invitation; (02:46) Rice TexPIRG elections; (03:45) Rice Owls baseball vs. Southern Methodist University review; (04:43) Rice Owls track and field meet preview; (06:25) SA election invalid; (07:25) Rice Owls baseball vs. Southern Methodist University review; (08:15) Rice Owls track and field meet review; (09:35) TexPIRG local board elections; (10:26) EPA lawsuit against Cedar Bayou Plant; (11:21) SA elections; (13:31) Super Bowl in Rice Stadium; (14:34) Texas delegates in Democratic Party Convention, rule changes; (15:36) Robert Pierpoint on his visit to China with Pres. Richard Nixon; (16:20) SA elections; (17:05) Bussing issue, racism; (17:41) SA elections; (18:29) Co-ed colleges; (19:29) Norman Hackerman on co-ed colleges; (22:10) Rice Owls track and field meet review and preview; (23:30) SA elections; (27:09) Financial aid; (27:56) State and federal board of educations against Harris County board for redistricting; (28:36) Counterfeit food stamp cards; (29:24) Bachelor of Fine Arts; (29:47) New Director of County Health Department; (30:59) Federal court restraining order, vice squad on lewd dancing; (32:17) SA elections; (33:29) Astrodome event; (33:58) Director of County Health Department; (34:29) University of Houston alcohol on campus; (35:01) Energy consumption; (35:37) Trans-Alaska oil pipeline; (36:48) Meat import quotas; (37:44) Padre Island rock concert; (38:33) School of Architecture Dean David A. Crane hired; (39:01) Rice Owls baseball vs. Trinity University preview; (39:31) Drug treatment centers. Speakers: Larry Le May, Robert Pierpoint, Norman Hackerman, Jim Ray, John Doerr, Mike Ross
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2 News Master 2 Fall 1971
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Contents include: (00:01) Rice Owls sports review; (00:44) Presidential and other election results; (01:27) Off-campus; (02:06) Citizens for Good Schools election endorsement; (02:52) Lt. Governor Ben Barnes speaking at Rice; (03:35) Debbie Leonard, Fred Hofhienz, and Louie Welch speaking at Rice; (04:37) "Rice and City of Houston in the 70s" seminars; (05:42) Apollo 14 water on the moon; (06:53) Overview of Debbie Leonard's speech; (07:37) Apollo 14 moon findings; (08:17)Rice Owls Football on team; (09:00) Pres. Lyndon Johnson's Sid Richardson College dedication speech; (16:01) Issues at KPFT Pacifica radio station; (20:36) Co-ed college proposal; (22:36) KPFT Pacifica strike; (22:38) Financial Aid Office organization; (23:30) Rice Owls Football; (23:56) KPFT Pacifica strike; (29:06) Rice Owls Football vs. Texas review; (31:02) KPFT Pacifica strike; (31:58) Fred Hofheinz campaign speech on law enforcement and water pollution in Houston; (34:40) Student Association recommendations to commencement exercises; (35:34) Rice Owls Football vs. Tech preview, player motivation; (36:47) Student proposal; (37:11) KPFT Pacifica update; (39:05) Spring registration; (39:44) KPFT Pacifica strike; (40:36) Rice soccer team vs. St. Thomas University; (41:07) Louie Welch supports Herman Short; (41:55) Thomas Moore manuscripts found by Wilfred S. Dowden; (43:10) Rice Owls football vs. Tech review; (46:14) Drug symposium; (47:38) Telefund training. Speakers: Fred Hofheinz, Bill Peterson, Scott Hochberg
News Master 3 Fall 1971
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News Master 4 Fall 1971
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Contents include: (00:01) Invitation to Wordsworthless Society Meeting; (00:50) Arthur W. Bush regional administrator of EPA; (01:31) Football recruiting; (02:00) Football player interview; (02:24) Interview about East Pakistan; (03:21) Regional EPA administration roles and power; (04:14) Student Association meeting on student judicial issues; (05:13) Rice Program Council on Blanket Tax increase; (06:12) Blood donations; (06:23) Rice University Court women and minority representatives; (07:02) Leslie and Larry Owens Memorial Service; (07:16) Telefund contributions; (07:59) SA referendum on minority admission fails; (08:21) Unapproved care packages; (09:10) Senator's report on students on University Court; (10:51) Election shuttle; (11:40) Basketball Coach Don Knodel on student support of basketball; (12:14) Basketball Coach Don Knodel on young basketball team; (13:44) Basketball Coach Don Knodel on Rice Owls vs. Citadel; (14:26) Basketball Coach Don Knodel on starting line up; (15:18) Rice Owls Basketball vs. Wake Forest Demon Deacons and sports; (16:35) Mayor Louie Welch assessment; (17:01) Fred Hofheinz mayoral election prediction; (17:55) Mayoral election prediction; (18:56) Electioneering by precinct judge; (19:20) Unknown woman on working in schools; (19:40) Fred Hofheinz - fresh look at city hall (20:13) Position 7 election; (20:29) Local politician on his election race; (20:52) Local politician on student voting; (21:03) Election shuttle; (21:51) Students primarily not radicals; (22:28) Conservative voting turnout; (22:51) Complacency reducing voter turnout; (23:12) Mayor Louie Welch angers black community; (21:42) Fred Hofheinz on Mayor Louie Welch's treatment of black neighborhoods; (24:24) Local politician on his election race; (24:57) Fred Hofheinz vote for change; (25:32) Problems of younger people voting at precincts; (26:30) RPC blanket tax referendum; (27:30) ACLU contacts for voter assistance; (28:03) Rice Owls basketball vs San Jacinto Ravens; (28:52) Santa ad for RPC Christmas party; (29:26) Local politician on education; (30:12) University Court; (30:56) Supreme Court and William Rehnquist; (31:32) Politician calling for end of involvement in Southeast Asia; (32:10) Young coaching staff; (32:28) Registrar's Office on schedules; (33:10) Marine Science research; (34:09) Geological evolution about an unknown planet; (34:57) Basketball Coach Don Knodel talking about a game; (35:43) Basketball Coach Don Knodel getting rid of freshman team; (36:45) Basketball Coach Don Knodel on Georgia Tech; (37:37) Possible recruitment of Joe Washington for football staff; (38:45) Coach view on athlete's student life; (40:05) Friction between students and athletic department; (41:20) Marine research bioerosion; (42:37) Rice Owls Basketball vs. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors, Coach Bill Peterson going to Houston Oilers, appointed Athletic Director Red Bale and Football Coach Al Conover; (44:18) Texas Public Interest Research Group on ethics, pollution, racial issues; (45:30) Unknown person talking about recent appointment; (46:04) The Owl Club construction; (47:00) Changes in policies at HISD; (47:38) Pete McCloskey running against President Nixon. Speakers: Don Knodel, Mike Ross, Louie Welch, Fred Hofheinz
FM 91.7 Pacifica strike interview 1972-01-06
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Contents include: Former DJ of Pacifica Radio Station 91.7 FM covering the Pacifica worker's strike, subscribers' meetings, and issues with the Pacifica board. Speaker: Walt Silvus
So Now You Can Vote 1972-02-29, 1972-03-21
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Contents include: Episode 1972-02-29: Interview with Frances Farenthold running for Governor of Texas. She discusses the other candidates, corruption, and pollution; Coverage of the upcoming New Hampshire primary; Episode 1972-03-21: Florida primary results; Interview with Counting Chairman of Harris County Mr. Bouley for George Wallace. He discusses bussing, budget deficit, and youth vote. This audio has been altered to fix technical difficulties. Speakers: Scott Hockberg, Hubert Humphrey, George McGovern
News Master 5 Spring 1972
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News Master 6 Spring 1972
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Contents include: (00:01) Investigating organized crime; (1:00) Open meeting on voting precints; (01:56) Kim ruled ineligible; (03:42) Conference rules and NCAA rules; (04:15) Will Rice College elections; (04:54) Lovett College elections; (05:14) Rice Owlettes vs. University of Southwestern Louisiana preview; (05:43) Santiago Genoves speaking at Rice; (06:20) Vietnam War draft number request call-in; (07:10) Student body demonstration [?]; (07:48) Earliest evidence of sex among organisms; (08:29) NFL draft, Stahle Vincent, Bob Brown, Mike Tyler; (08:57) Hexachlorophene not used to bathe babies; (09:42) Speaker talking about TexPIRG; (10:10) Election names; (10:21) Sidney Burrus taking over for another professor; (10:36) Rice Owls basketball vs. University of Arkansas review; (11:19) Student government at Rice; (12:11) Polling places; (12:30) University Council at Large Kathleen Ford; (12:48) Russia and the U.S. space exploration; (13:44) Chaplain services at local jails; (15:13) Joe Highland meeting on TexPIRG petition; (16:44) Appeal of legal decision; (17:10) Teacher education program; (18:09) Water quality board; (19:13) Texas Governor's race; (20:28) Clockwork Orange film review; (21:21) Will Rice College elections; (21:37) TexPIRG speaker; (22:29) Economic growth. Speakers: Mike Benning, Mike Ross, Larry Le May, Wayne Baisley
News Master 7 Spring 1972
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Contents include: (00:01) Economic growth; (01:15) Al Conover on Rice Owls football signings; (02:37) Champion Papers on water quality; (03:18) HISD change of retirement policy, union; (04:00) Trial; (04:20) Water quality rules; (05:59) Ralph Nader in Texas, TexPIRG; (06:57) Democrat Convention delegates, Anderson Rules; (08:30) Hanszen College election results; (09:26) Rice Chorale program; (10:28) Anti-Nixon activist at Sewall Hall; (10:48) Robert R. Herring and William H. Lane elected to Board of Trustees; (11:32) Architectural students take trip; (12:19) Valentine's Sweetheart Carolyn Rindosh; (12:51) Pres. Richard Nixon's trip to China; (14:22) Father Meyendorff speaking at Rice; (15:11) Houston consumer affairs; (15:44) Bird problem at Fondren Library and at local business; (16:27) University of Houston financial aid; (17:17) end of season SWC basketball review; (18:17) Robert Pierpoint to speak at Rice on Pres. Richard Nixon's China trip; (18:34) Drug abuse stabilized at Rice University; (19:26) Brown College elections; (19:53) Washington, DC Environmental Organization ecotage contest; (21:11) HISD school board; (22:07) Rice Owls tennis review and preview; (23:37) Terry Sanford presidential campaign review; (24:49) New York State University, Stoneybrook dog problem; (25:23) Rice Owls tennis review; (26:18) Rice Owls swimming review; (28:18) Dr. Virgil W. Topazio given endowed chair; (29:20) Pioneer 10 mission, Viking program; (32:00) Rice Owls basketball vs. TCU preview; (32:46) Harold Solomon not going pro; (33:34) Abortion laws; (34:16) Police and African American community relations in Houston; (35:05) Rice Owls basketball vs. TCU review; (37:22) Model Neighborhood Residents Commission. Speakers: Al Conover, Larry Le May, Sandy Moss, Bill Lee
News Master 10 Spring 1972
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Contents include: (00:01) Drug addiction treatment; (00:58) Anthropology collection for researchers; (01:30) Report of marijuana use; (03:12) Rice Owls baseball vs. Trinity University review; (03:38) Voter registration; (04:20) George McGovern campaign in Texas; (05:01) Lovett College opinion poll secession from Student Association Senate; (05:52) Terry Sanford presidential campaign; (06:26) Ombudsmen for Youth Affairs in Texas; (07:28) Rice Owls baseball vs. University of Texas review; (08:38) Black issues panel, concert, dance, and art exhibit; (10:14) Oxford philosophy professor on campus; (11:45) Political corruption because of low pay; (12:45) Harold Urey on creation of solar system; (13:13) Williams, golf team dispute; (13:52) Frederick T. Wall joins Chemistry Department; (14:32) Showcase of the arts at Rice; (15:18) Rice Owls baseball vs. University of Houston review; (15:59) Electrical outage at Rice; (16:40) Apollo 16 launch; (17:48) TexPIRG election; (17:55) Apollo 16 launch; (18:37) Federal laws on marijuana; (19:21) Reform of drug laws; (19:58) Student elections and registration; (20:33) Fire damage to Baker College room; (22:25) Rice Owls baseball vs. Lamar University review; (23:36) IM baseball review; (24:21) Trial lawyer on judges; (27:23) Rice student misdemeanor, felony charges for anti-war demonstration; (28:07) Blue gray game; (28:42) All-American Intercollegiate Invitational Tournament golf review; (29:36) Strike at unknown university; (30:21) Gov. Preston Smith on economy, social issues; (32:27) Student Association election ballot controversy; (33:23) Student consultants on university committees given more standing; (34:01) Reduction of degree requirements; (34:37) Student Association polling places; (35:22) Artificial heart valves; (36:00) Pres. Richard Nixon on Vietnam negotiations; (36:53) Faculty reducing degree requirements. Because of the tape's condition, the audio is damaged. Speakers: Sandy Moss, Jenny Atkins, Rick Cordray, Bill Lee, David Real, Richard Nixon, Preston Smith
Rice Summer School promos 1972-00-00
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Contents include: Promos for the Rice University summer school program for high school students from the Education Department. Speakers: Scott Hochberg
Sub-Series: 1972/1973
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2 Democratic Convention wrap-up Summer 1972
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Contents include: The radio show "So Now You Can Vote" reviews the 1972 Democratic Convention and how George McGovern received the nomination. Speakers: Mike Ross, Scott Hochberg, Shirley Chisholm, George McGovern, Valerie Kushner
Sissy Speaks Out 1972-10-30
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Contents include: Interview with Frances Tarlton "Sissy" Farenthold about presidential candidate George McGovern, the Vietnam War, Pres. Richard Nixon, move to Houston, and the Democratic Convention. Speaker: Sissy Farenthold
George McGovern speeches in Houston 1972-10
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"Contents include: George McGovern speaking in Houston during his presidential campaign. In his first speech, he discusses poll numbers, Richard Nixon's policies, agricultural issues, the Vietnam War, and equal rights. In the second speech, he discusses racial harmony, Richard Nixon's policies, special interests, and agricultural issues. Speakers: George McGovern and Barbara Jordan
Robert Townsend speech (2 reels) 1972-11-16
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Contents include: Robert Townsend takes questions from the audience about Harvard Business School, creating Staff Services as a replacement for individual secretaries, how to fix problems, how a CEO should not separate him/herself from the employees, improving AVIS, and how to be a good manager, marijuana arrests, organizations, tenure, communication skills, graduate business school, and business education. Recording ends abruptly. Speaker: Robert Townsend
News Master 2 Fall 1972
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Contents include: (00:01) Walter Duncan financial contributions to Pres. Richard Nixon; (01:42) Watergate investigation; (03:45) Barefoot Sanders running for U.S. Senate; (05:07) Marijuana effects on sleep; (06:11) Colleges voting on co-ed colleges; (07:07) George McGovern in Houston; (07:47) George McGovern critiquing Pres. Richard Nixon's education policy; (08:47) Student Association referendum and elections; (09:41) Presidential polls analysis, George McGovern campaign; (11:05) George McGovern calls for investigation of Pres. Richard Nixon; (11:44) Argument over George McGovern's Vietnam War proposal; (12:56) Pasadena air quality; (13:43) George McGovern on housing and pension, on veterans; (15:37) George McGovern on corruption in Nixon administration; (16:15) Incentives to pay bills; (16:37) Steve Roper comic strip term paper lawsuit; (17:21) Watergate scandal; (17:59) Pres. Richard Nixon's Vietnam War policy; (19:47) Student Association working in election central, other SA activities, student bail bond fund; (21:25) Frances Farenthold on Vietnam War; (22:07) Hanszen College food protest; (23:51) George McGovern on pollution; (24:20) Danforth Foundation fellowship; (25:12) Norman Hackerman on university growth; (26:22) Louie Welch will head Chamber of Commerce; (27:44) State elections, democratic candidates; (29:33) Presidential election poll; (30:23) Student human studies; (31:10) George McGovern on taxes; (31:40) "R" room negative reaction; (31:55) Watergate, Democrats for Nixon; (32:55) Pres. Richard Nixon Vietnam war peace agreement; (33:42) George McGovern on economics; (34:25) Pres. Richard Nixon on Vietnam War and negotiations; (36:46) Bill introduction on hijacking; (37:28) George McGovern on pollution, leadership change; (38:35) Houston City Council resolution to create Air Control Board; (39:54) Rummage sale; (40:56) Million dollars to acquire land; (41:56) Rice Pre-Med Society blood drive; (42:44) Robert Townsend on campus; (43:11) Sen. Lloyd Bentsen considered for Chairman of the Senate Democratic Election Committee; (44:10) Robert Strauss wants to be Chairman of Democratic Election Committee; (45:14) Harris County election recount; (45:57) Gardening in Montrose; (47:29) Government control; (47:53) Methadone; (48:33) Rice Pre-Med Society blood drive. Speakers: George McGovern, Carl Treleaven, Norman Hackerman, Kevin Mayer, Richard Nixon, Scott Birdwell, Frances Farenthold
News Master 3 Fall 1972
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Contents include: (00:01) Presidential election; (00:42) Blood donation; (01:01) Silent gonorrhea among Vietnam veterans; (01:34) Election recount; (02:07) Undergraduate want voice in education reform; (03:18) Pollution in Houston and ship channel; (04:18) UNESCO conference in Houston; (05:15) Al Conover on injuries; (05:43) Anti-Vietnam War rally, the anti-war movement; (06:37) Vietnam War in U.S. instead; (09:04) San Andreas fault earthquake prediction; (10:43) Anti-Vietnam War rally turnout; (11:23) UNESCO conference in Houston; (11:54) Rice Pre-Med Society blood drive results; (12:18) Nationwide and citywide survey on toy safety, TexPIRG; (14:57) Houston election recount; (15:59) UNESCO conference in Houston; (16:49) Pres. Richard Nixon's Thanksgiving meal; (17:22) Student representation, court system; (17:59) Final exam schedule; (19:13) Pres. Richard Nixon and Vietnam War peace negotiations; (22:31) Obscenities on radio; (24:06) Career planning and awards; (24:59) Surface of the moon; (25:39) Student Association meeting review; (26:41) Editorial on KTRU by-laws; (28:03) Student plagiarism, Honor Council. Speakers: Leslie Lauderdale, Kevin Mayer, Al Conover, Ramsay Elder
President Richard Nixon speech and analysis 1973-01-23
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Contents include: Pres. Richard Nixon speech on end of Vietnam War via radio station KODA. KTRU analysis of speech and Vietnamese politics by Charles Doran. Speakers: Richard Nixon, Charles Doran, Dan Fine
Norman Hackerman "State of the University" 1973-01-30
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Contents include: Norman Hackerman's State of the University speech. He discusses the university's budget, salary raises, reducing tuition, the endowment, state scholarships, self-evaluation, systemization of higher education, financial aid, acceptance rates, and issues with growing the student population. Radio music at the beginning of this recording has been removed. Speaker: Norman Hackerman
Bill Haymes live 1973-02-12
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Contents include: Bill Haymes setting up for his performance recording in the KTRU studio, performing music, and answering questions. He discusses his time after Rice University, performing, the military, politics, and free time. Speaker: Bill Haymes
National Women's Political Caucus 1973-02
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Contents include: The speakers on this recording include: Patricia Schroeder, Jill Ruckelshaus, and Bella Abzug. The recording ends and begins with two feminist songs performed live. Speakers: Patricia Schroeder, Jill Ruckelshaus, Bella Abzug
Mike Marcoulier, Vince Bell, Sean Walters, and Friends, part 1 1973-03-24
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Contents include: First part of concert featuring Mike Marcoulier, Vince Bell, Sean Walters, and friends playing in the Grand Hall of the Rice Memorial Center. Speakers: Mike Marcoulier, Vince Bell, Sean Walters
Mike Marcoulier, Vince Bell, Sean Walters, and Friends, part 2 1973-03-24
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Contents include: Second part of concert featuring Mike Marcoulier, Vince Bell, Sean Walters, and friends playing in the Grand Hall of the Rice Memorial Center. Speakers: Mike Marcoulier, Vince Bell, Sean Walters
News Master 1 Spring 1973
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Contents include: (00:01) Al Conover on needed positions; (00:34) Birds at Rice being scarred away; (01:11) Photographs for Campanile; (01:59) Protection during peace demonstration, planning event; (03:58) Burger King Whoppers eating contest during basketball game; (04:47) Skylab simulation; (05:28) Skylab astronauts music taste; (06:02) Architecture department meeting with others on building and environment; (06:44) Student Association meeting review; (07:31) TexPIRG on state bills; (08:20) Don Knodel on issue of moving basketball games to another facility; (08:58) Ads by weapons makers in military journals; (10:19) Opinion on no extramural women's basketball at Rice; (12:18) Peace rally and march, Frances Farenthold speech excerpt; (15:41) Selecting a speaker; Ira Gruber influence; (16:30) Frank Vandiver appointed to national committees; (17:44) Gale Stokes taking students to Yugoslavia; (18:31) Parking fines, story about Malcolm Lovett's parking ticket; (19:06) Pres. Lyndon Johnson on peace from his Sid Richardson College dedication speech; (20:30) New basketball coach on plans for the year; (21:44) Electronic warning device; (22:17) Explanation of low turnout at peace march; (23:43) Pres. Richard Nixon on peace agreement, reflection on Pres. Lyndon Johnson's presidency after death; (26:39) Architect gathering information about a new student union; (26:57) Pres. Lyndon Johnson on pollution from his Sid Richardson College dedication; (29:24) Animal noises; (30:07) Roe v. Wade ruling; (30:34) State of the University address in Hamman Hall; (31:12) Henry Kissinger on Vietnam War treaty, other political figures on treaty; (33:12) Campanile bill; (33:50) TexPIRG survey on prescriptions; (34:32) Champion papers case; (35:18) TexPIRG survey on prescriptions; (36:14) Opening of the Buffalo Bayou trail; (36:47) Committee of the Masters co-ed college selection procedure drawing; (38:03) Women's colleges more expensive; (39:01) City fund for Buffalo Bayou land purchase; (39:41) Texas Constitution review committee; (40:57) Free postage for U.S. Congress; (41:55) U.S./Russia environmental delegations; (42:52) Gas shortages; (43:15) 50% female representation in Texas Constitution revision; (44:06) Apartment shopping; (44:34) Gloria Steinem at Alley Theatre; (45:04) Birth control; (46:45) New planet revolving around star; (47:44) City bike registration. Speakers: Jim Latimer, Al Conover, Don Knodel, Frances Farenthold, D.H. Whalen, Wayne Baisley, Jim Vance, Richard Nixon, Henry Kissinger, Leslie Lauderdale
News Master 2 Spring 1973
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Contents include: (00:01) Pres. Nixon's treatment of veterans; (00:18) Pres. Richard Nixon on government domain; (00:39) Vietnam War peace agreement; (01:03) Infant mortality and cancer Shippingport Atomic Power Station; (02:38) Starve for Survival program; (03:16) Rice Owls football recruits; (03:58) Snow; (04:25) Engineering awards; (05:32) Campanile photographs; (06:19) City council election changes; (07:11) OCS short courses; (0:22) Solar energy; (10:35) Petition for continuous open house; (10:56) Columbia School of Law for two Rice student; (11:48) Conference on Apollo; (12:21) Texas Student Lobby issues; (13:06) Formal opening of environmental center for local politicians; (13:54) Study on Rice Memorial Center spaces; (15:38) Student Association meeting review; (16:39) Welsley College co-ed education is failure; (17:19) Extraterrestrial lectures; (18:32) Avoiding heart attacks; (19:33) American Indian Movement creation of Ogala Sioux Nation; (20:37) Kyle Morrow Room renovation; (21:21) Rondelet weekend preview; (22:28) Free Jewish University; (23:19) Campus police and crime; (24:01) Rice Pre-Med Society blood drive; (24:56) Critique of OEO; (25:32) Student personal exemption deductions; (26:17) Business opening on Montrose; (27:01) City bicycle registration; (27:54) Committee on Honor Council; (28:36) Campus Board of Control on bookstore; (29:16) Norman Hackerman on tuition increase; (29:41) Gas supply shortage; (30:14) Planned Parenthood begins terminating pregnancies; (30:39) Project Pull events; (31:29) Non-academic affairs committee; (31:59) Recycling center; (33:12) College room modifications; (34:59) Store business; (35:27) Faculty support for the honor system; (36:35) Vandalism in stadium parking lot; (37:35) Bladder cancer virus; (38:09) Black Student Association at Ball High School Martin Luther King, Jr. program; (38:31) Store business; (38:46) Residential College Committee on room and board issues. Speakers: Richard Nixon, Hazel Awalt, Leslie Laudersale, David Real, Scott Hochberg, Kevin Mayer
Hello Hamlet rehearsal 1973
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Contents include: Actors rehearsing Hello Hamlet.
The Cyclopiad radio play 1973
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Contents include: "The Cyclopiad" radio play by the Mercurial Theatre. Speakers: Austin Bay, Bob Anderson, Bob Brandt, Becky Green, Kerry Kimbrough, Leslie Brown, Debbie Irvine, Susan Watts, Mike Marcoulier
Sub-Series: 1973/1974
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2 News Master 1 Fall 1973
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Contents include: Fall 1973 news master (00:01) Skylab astronauts; (00:43) Key Largo freighter on fire; (01:09) Rice security men shot; (02:12) Tropical Storm Delia from Skylab; (03:27) Investigation; (03:44) Coffeehouse concert; (04:12) Dragonflies on campus; (06:05) Voter registration; (06:39) Gas sales; (07:29) Woman joining ROTC; (08:47) Voter registration; (09:00) Hanszen caterpillar race, week of freshman guidance; (09:43) Pub proposal; (10:29) Recycling center; (11:08) Sid Richardson College film series; (11:57) Senate Association Senate meeting review, Black Student Union; (14:02) Admissions and waiting list; (14:33) Bike registration; (14:52) Gas price controls; (15:36) Doonsebury comic strip inappropriate; (16:30) Sales tax; (17:18) KTRU Houston community programming; (18:30) Rapid transit; (24:45) Rice Soccer team; (25:19) Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead review; (27:18) Tennis clinic; (28:04) Rapid transit; (29:39) Propaganda against conservation; (30:14) Henry Kissinger negotiating in the Middle East, oil concerns; (34:27) Rapid transit; (34:55) Israel and Egypt conflict; (35:26) Politicians, Charles Percy; (36:07) Opinions on Pres. Richard Nixon's resignation; (38:18) State representation; (38:45) Mayor and controller contention; (39:24) Self-study parameters; (42:41) Sid Richardson College Oktoberfest; (43:23) Lovett College party; (43:54) Houston's future issues, mayoral candidate; (45:32) Franchise referendum on CATV, cable. Speakers: Tom Malone, D.H. Whalen, Fred Hofheinz
News Master 2 Fall 1973
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News Master 3 1973-1974
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Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee live 1974-02-06
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Contents include: Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee concert held in the band hall at Rice University. During the recording, Terry and McGhee stop playing and answer questions from the crowd. Some of the questions are hard to hear, but the musicians frequently repeat the questions. Answers include McGhee's philosophy of blues and truth, Terry's impromptu harmonica lesson, Terry and McGhee's history as a duo, and Terry's work with Blind Boy Fuller. Speakers: Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry
Tim Weisberg and band interview 1974-02-06
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Contents include: Tim Weisberg and his band discuss their tour, music history, influences, and current musical trajectory. Speakers: Tim Weisberg
Tim Weisberg live 1974-02-06
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Contents include: Tim Weisberg concert in the band hall at Rice University. Speaker: Tim Weiberg
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3 Shawn Phillips - Music and Words 1974-02
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Contents include: Shawn Phillips' music interspersed with interview snippets. Phillips discusses yoga, vegetarianism, freedom, his career, unbiased radio stations, songwriting, spirituality, the environment, and pollution. Speaker: Shawn Phillips
Frances Farenthold interview 1974-03-05
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Contents include: Interview with Frances Farenthold, while visiting Rice University; discussing her campaign for Texas Governor. Scott Hochberg, Frances Farenthold
Frances Farenthold speaking at Rice University 1974-03-05
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Contents include: Frances Farenthold speaking at Rice. Speaker: Frances Farenthold
Wheatfield live, part 1 1974-03-09
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Contents include: Wheatfield concert live radio broadcast in Baker Commons. The first part of this recording has been altered, because the original recording changed recording speed. The second part is incomplete. Speakers: Connie Mims, Ezra Idlet, Craig Calvert, Bob Russell
Wheatfield live, part 2 1974-03-09
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Contents include: Wheatfield concert live radio broadcast, continued, in Baker Commons. It is incomplete. Speakers: Connie Mims, Ezra Idlet, Craig Calvert, Bob Russell
250 watt sign-on 1974-04
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Contents include: (00.01) KTRU staff celebrating expansion of wattage to 250 watts with toast to all 80 people at Rice who make KTRU radio possible. During broadcasts toasts are made, and KTRU listeners who are able to hear the new 250 watt station; (08.46) Music or radio play. It is unclear who created it. Speakers: Ken Alexander, Steve Golvach
News Master 4 Spring 1974
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News Master 5 Spring 1974
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Contents include: [Problems with audio] (00:01) Norman Hackerman on self-study; (01:22) Phi Beta Kappa; (02:22) Rice Pre-Med Society blood drive; (02:46) Goals for Students Association Senate, imminent domain issue; (04:54) Printer issue with wrong date; (05:07) Suggestions for topics for the State of the University address; (06:53) Population conference; (07:30) Sid Richardson College Beer Bike training; (08:01) Beer Bike race review; (08:44) Speaker on Pres. Richard Nixon, a loner, Pres. Lyndon Johnson, extrovert; (10:38) KTRU 250 watt permit read aloud; (11:30) Mime and architecture studies project; (12:39) Theater in Soviet Union project; (13:30) Rice student population statistics and quotas; (14:02) Radio telemetry and electrocardiogram; (14:36) Honor Council ombudsmen; (17:23) Rice Players director's choice preview; (18:07) Leonard Boudin speaking at University of Houston; (18:35) Error checking jobs; (19:18) Richard van Buren at Rice; (19:56) Baker Botts opinion on two pubs at Rice; (21:00) Nationwide campaign for signatures for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. day; (22:01) TI-2500 Datamath review, birds whistling, calculator reviews; (25:20) Water balloon wars payment and problem. Speakers: Norman Hackerman, Craig Jackson
Walt Dickson interview 1974
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Contents include: Walt Dickson talks about the Student International Meditation Society and the power of transcendental meditation. Speaker: Walt Dickson
News Carts Spring 1974-Fall 1975
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Contents include: Spring - Fall 1974 news master - These clips include interviews or sections from shows that the KTRU staff later cut for their news program and others. (00:01) Student Association elections, campaigns; (01:43) Budweiser Clydesdales; (04:34) Rice Owls cross country team review and interview, Rice Owls football vs. Southern Methodist University review, interview with James Sykes, Edwin Collins affair, Saturday's Children - Rodrigo Barnes, Notre Dame game, interview with Jack Westbrook, Rice soccer team. We deleted radio music and edited technical difficulites on this recording. Speakers: James Sykes, Jack Westbrook
Consumer Focus - Elderly 1974
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Contents include: On "Consumer Focus," Tom Moe speaks to Debbie Hadjes from TexPIRG and Rand Porteau [sp?] about consumer issues and the elderly and senior citizens. We deleted extraneous audio at the end of this recording. Speaker: Tom Moe, Debbie Hadjes
Sub-Series: 1974/1975
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3 Mike Love of the Beach Boys interview, part 1 1974-07-29
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Contents include: Live music from the Beach Boys and interview snippets from Mike Love. The Beach Boys were on tour with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and had recently played in Houston. The interview took place at the Transcendental Meditation headquarters in Highland Village, Houston. Mike Love discusses the tour, his relationship with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, and transcendental meditation. Because of poor miking, we have enhanced Mike Love's voice. Speakers: Mike Love, Bruce Kessler
Mike Love of the Beach Boys interview, part 2 1974-07-29
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Contents include: Live music from the Beach Boys and interview snippets from Mike Love. The Beach Boys were on tour with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and had recently played in Houston. The interview took place at the Transcendental Meditation headquarters in Highland Village, Houston. Mike Love discusses the tour, his relationship with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, and transcendental meditation. Because of poor miking, we have enhanced Mike Love's voice. Speakers: Mike Love, Bruce Kessler
Backstage Interview - Rick Wakeman 1974-09-19
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Contents include: On "Backstage Interview," Bruce Kessler talks to Rick Wakeman about his work compares to other modern music, age barriers in music, "Journey to the Centre of the Earth," H.G. Wells, composing, synthesizers, upcoming projects, "The Six Wives of Henry VIII," and touring. Speakers: Rick Wakeman, Bruce Kessler
Devil's Advocate Commentaries 1974-09
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Contents include: (00:01) Scott Hochberg discusses changes to the youth air travel card. (06:23) Scott Hochberg discusses broadcast companies renewing their licenses and having to answer to the public about issues. Speaker: Scott Hochberg
Norman Hackerman "State of the University" 1974-10-02
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Contents include: Norman Hackerman's State of the University address covers self-study, goals for the university, Jesse H. Jones School of Administration creation, salary bonuses, improvements to colleges, budget, improvements to existing buildings, proposed new buildings, athletics and funding, minority representation at student and faculty levels, creation of women's intercollegiate athletics, need for renovating the academic quad, student government and committee appointments, and Fondren Library. Speaker: Norman Hackerman
Norman Hackerman "State of the University," "Rice Report" 1974-10-02, 1972
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Contents include: Norman Hackerman's State of the University address covers co-ed colleges. (04:30) "Rice Report" on Chinese government and Pres. Richard Nixon's trip, Vietnam War, and Henry Kissinger. Hackerman's address appears to be recorded over an older tape that discusses Richard Nixon's China trip from 1972. Speakers: Norman Hackerman, Robert Capp, Austin Bay
"A Conversation with Chick Corea" 1974-10-07
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Contents include: An interview with Chick Corea. He discusses how he creates music, his musical purpose, musical background, his albums Piano Improvisations, Vol. I and Return to Forever, audiences, what he listens to, and his musical and philosophical vision. Speakers: Chick Corea, Bruce Kessler
Wheatfield live, part 1 1974-10-16
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Contents include: Wheatfield playing in the Baker College commons. Speakers: Connie Mims, Ezra Idlet, Craig Calvert, Bob Russell
Wheatfield live, part 2 1974-10-16
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Contents include: Wheatfield playing in the Baker College commons. Speakers: Connie Mims, Ezra Idlet, Craig Calvert, Bob Russell
George Greanias interview 1974-10
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Contents include: Walt Silvus and Calvin Slater talk to George Greanias about "Hello Hamlet," a movie he made with Doug Kilgore, and his play "Wilson." Speakers: George Greanias, Walt Silvus, Calvin Slater
News Archive II 1974-10
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Backstage Interview - Triumvirat 1974-11-10
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Contents include: On "Backstage Interview," Bruce Kessler talks to members of Triumvirat about writing lyrics in English rather than German, popularity of European bands in U.S., musical influences, their style of music, U.S. popularity, German music market, touring in Europe vs. U.S., naming "Illusions on a Double Dimple," and the story of "Mister Ten Percent." In the middle of the recording, another piece of music interrupts the interview. We removed it. Speakers: Bruce Kessler, Jürgen Fritz, Helmut Köllen, Hans Bathelt
Shawn Phillips live 1974-11-25
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Contents include: Shawn Phillips live at the Houston Music Hall. Speaker: Shawn Phillips
Tom Jans Interview Fall 1974
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Contents include: Tom Jans discusses his promotional tour and upcoming tour with Billy Joel, how he writes music, how he performs, who he has performed with, and his future plans. He also performs in the studio. Speaker: Tom Jans
The Blue Carbuncle 1975-01-06
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Contents include: The Mercurial Theater presents "The Blue Carbuncle." Speakers: Kevin Mayer, Anna Baron, Rick Cordray, Dale Wilson, Joel Slade, D.H. Whalen
Mike Oldfield interview 1975-01-20
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Contents include: Mike Oldfield discusses his musical process, use of instruments, the influence of London on his music, his musical past, recording Tubular Bells, playing Tubular Bells live, his current work, and his use of new recording technology. Speaker: Mike Oldfield
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4 Gene Roddenberry speaking at Rice University, part 1 1975-01-22
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Contents include: Gene Roddenberry speaking to the Rice and Houston community on the Rice University campus. He discusses Star Trek, the upcoming film, the show's ethos, and how to apply that to other parts of life. Speaker: Gene Roddenberry
Gene Roddenberry speaking at Rice University, part 2, Bill and Lucille Cade live 1975-01-22, 1975-01-17
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Gene Roddenberry speaking at Rice University, part 2 -- Contents include: Gene Roddenberry speaking to the Rice and Houston community on the Rice University campus. He discusses Star Trek, the upcoming film, the show's ethos, how to apply that to other parts of life, and the business of television. This digital file contained a live show by Bill and Lucille Cade. It has been deleted and is now wrc06827. Speakers: Gene Roddenberry
Bill and Lucille Cade live -- Contents include: The live broadcast of Bill and Lucille Cade playing in the Baker College Commons. This recording is a fragment found at the end of wrc06279_02.
Shawn Phillips interview 1975-01-24
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Contents include: Bruce Kessler talks to Shawn Phillips about the Night of the Hurricane II Benefit Concert, Paul Robinson, songwriting, Paul Buckmaster, commercial radio, new music, Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, humanity, and environmental issues. Speakers: Shawn Phillips, Bruce Kessler
Jay Smith & Wheatfield live, part 1 1975-04-06
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Contents include: Julius O. Smith, III and Wheatfield in concert at Sammy's on Rice University campus. Speakers: Julius O. Smith, III, Connie Mims, Ezra Idlet, Craig Calvert, Bob Russell
Jay Smith & Wheatfield live, part 2 1975-04-06
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Contents include: Wheatfield in concert at Sammy's on Rice University campus. There are some problems with the audio. Speakers: Connie Mims, Ezra Idlet, Craig Calvert, Bob Russell
Jay Smith & Wheatfield live, part 3 1975-04-06
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Contents include: Wheatfield in concert at Sammy's on Rice University campus. At (49:09), the Wheatfield recording ends and Graham Kendrick begins playing. Speakers: Connie Mims, Ezra Idlet, Craig Calvert, Bob Russell, Graham Kendrick
Margaret Meade speaking at Rice University 1975-04-10
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Contents include: Introduction by Norman Hackerman. In her speech, "A New Dynamic for Higher Education," Margaret Meade talks about her previous experiences at Rice, shifting ideas of growth, understanding how small changes affect the world, protecting the environment, and creating a graduate program that takes a more holistic view of the world. After her speech, she takes questions from the audience. Speakers: Norman Hackerman, Margaret Meade
Pub Opening 1975-04-11
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Contents include: Audio issues at beginning of the recording. Reporter Scott Hochberg speaks with Norman Hackerman and others during the opening of Willy's Pub. Because of audio issues and copywritten radio music, we edited this recording. Speakers: Norman Hackerman, Rod Stevenson, Scott Hochberg, Doug Appling, Steve Golvach
Sub-Series: 1975/1976
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4 Backstage Interview - Black Sabbath 1975-08-23
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Contents include: On "Backstage Interview," Bruce Kessler talks to Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath about themes on the early albums, music's popularity, band's hiatus, solo albums, touring, and fans. Speakers: Tony Iommi, Bruce Kessler
Rice vs. UH Halftime controversy, part 1 1975-09
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Contents include: Interviews with various people asking about their reactions to the Rice Owls football game halftime show against University of Houston. Taking place in the Astrodome, the halftime show featured the Marching Owl Band (MOB) doing a satirical show that was cut short by Astrodome staff. The tape has many recording issues. Also, interviewees have not given permission to be broadcast on the radio.
Rice vs. UH Halftime controversy, part 2 1975-09
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Contents include: Interviews with various people asking about their reactions to the Rice Owls football game halftime show against University of Houston. Taking place in the Astrodome, the halftime show featured the Marching Owl Band (MOB) doing a satirical show that was cut short by Astrodome staff. The tape has many recording issues. Also, interviewees have not given permission to be broadcast on the radio.
Shawn Phillips, Hall & Oates live, part 1 1975-10-22
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Contents include: Daryl Hall and John Oates at the Music Hall perform first followed by Shawn Phillips. Speakers: Daryl Hall, John Oates, Shawn Phillips
Shawn Phillips, Hall & Oates live, part 2 1975-10-22
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Contents include: Shawn Phillips performs at the Music Hall. Speakers: Shawn Phillips
2001: A Space Lunacy 1975-11-25
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Contents include: Radio Perfidy Theatre presents "2001: A Space Lunacy." Speakers: Bob Brandt, John Hall, John Hester, Bill Kosar, David Presley, Joel Slade, Michael Frisch, Stan Barber, Julia Levy, Cheryl Miskell
Wheatfield live, part 1 1975-11-30
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Contents include: Wheatfield plays in the Grand Hall in the Rice Memorial Center. At 47:45, changes to another recording of someone singing "Last Lonely Eagle." Speakers: Ezra Idlet, Craig Calvert, Connie Mims, Bob Russell, Damian Hevia
Wheatfield live, part 2 1975-11-30
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Contents include: Wheatfield plays in the Grand Hall in the Rice Memorial Center. Speakers: Ezra Idlet, Craig Calvert, Connie Mims, Bob Russell, Damian Hevia
Wheatfield live, part 3 1975-11-30
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Contents include: Wheatfield plays in the Grand Hall in the Rice Memorial Center. Speakers: Ezra Idlet, Craig Calvert, Connie Mims, Bob Russell, Damian Hevia
News Master 1 Fall 1975
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Contents include: (00:01) Baker Shakespeare Festival; (01:12) Rice Media Center carnival; (02:26) Don Knodel leaving Information Services, Rice; (03:20) Texas State Senate elections; (04:19) Rice Owls football vs. University of Houston MOB halftime controversy; (07:40) William Shatner on Star Trek movie script, Barbary Coast TV show; (08:42) Woman going to see William Shatner; (08:53) Sid Richardson College Oktoberfest; (10:52) Pub opening; (11:20) President of Alumni Association, Homecoming; (11:45) Alum on changes at Rice; (12:00) Rice Owls football vs. Southern Methodist University review; (14:10) National sports, World Football League; (15:14) Al Conover on Rice Owls football vs. University of Texas; (15:52) Rice Program Council cancels show; (16:49) Rice Owls football vs. University of Texas review; (21:44) Houston Oilers season, Pan-Am games, college football games; (23:08) Rice Owls football vs. Texas Tech, college football, World Football League; (24:18) National sports; (25:28) Rice Owls football vs. Texas Tech review; (30:20) College sports, National sports; (31:03) College sports; (31:42) Fiesta Bowl University of Nebraska controversy, National sports, college sports; (32:55) Rice Owls football vs. Texas Christian University review; (33:31) College sports; (34:10) Rice Owls football vs. Baylor review, Southwest Conference, national sports; (35:02) Hanszen College building new commons; (36:24) 1975 Hawaii earthquake; (36:52) Rice Owls basketball vs. Tulane review, national sports, college sports; (37:51) 1975 Hawaii earthquake; (38:10) Fred Hofheinz re-election acceptance speech; (38:58) Frank Briscoe concession speech; (40:46) College sports, national sports; (41:34) Bob Polk on Rice Owls basketball, Rice Owls vs. Texas Wesleyan preview; (43:37) Financial aid; (45:16) Penn State match-up; (45:43) Course schedules; (46:23) Women keeping last name after marriage, Equal Credit Opportunity Act. Speakers: William Shatner, Norman Hackerman, Fred Hofheinz, Frank Briscoe, Bob Polk, Al Conover
Promos and Reviews 1975
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Contents include: (00:01) KTRU takes you to Planet Gong; (00:50) Radio Gnome Invisible by Gong; (01:54) "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" at Wiess College review; (05:09) Bumper sticker promos; (06:55) The Aggie War Hymn and other songs; (10:09) Song from "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown"; (13:23) "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man in the Moon Marigolds" by the Rice Players review; (17:03) "Wonderful Sausage," bumper sticker promo, KTRU cocktail party; (20:36) Lovett College and Jones College production "Come Blow Your Horn" review; (22:35) Bijou Theatre Experimental Film Festival review; (24:42) "Don Giovanni" at Houston Grand Opera review; (27:49) "Henry IV, Part I" Baker Shakespeare review; (31:36) "Hello Hamlet" promos; (33:55) "Hello Hamlet" review; (39:19) "Out at Sea" and "The Maids" by the Rice Players review. Speakers: Stan Barber, Scott Hochberg, Ronny Newman, Patti Bellis, Mike Parmet
NBC News correspondents panel at University Associates dinner, part 1 1976-01-15
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Contents include: The event starts with Norman Hackerman discussing the university. The NBC News reporters discuss Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Angola, Israel, Sinai Interim Agreement, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Soviet Union, and the U.S. economy. KPRC broadcasted this event. Speakers: Irving R. Levine, Richard Valeriani, Carole Simpson, Steve Delaney, Tom Pettit, Garrick Utley, Norman Hackerman, Ray Miller
NBC News correspondents panel at University Associates dinner, part 2 1976-01-15
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Contents include: NBC News reporters discuss the mood in the U.S., presidential candidates, energy policy, Spain, Lebanon, the press and Pres. Gerald Ford, Ann Armstrong, Russia, Welles Hangen, and press abuse of power. KPRC broadcasted this event. Speakers: Irving R. Levine, Richard Valeriani, Carole Simpson, Steve Delaney, Tom Pettit, Garrick Utley, Ray Miller
NBC News correspondents panel at University Associates dinner, part 3 1976-01-15
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Contents include: The question and answer event starts with the six correspondents introducing themselves. They then take questions on the following topics: Ann Armstrong, foreign policy, presidential gaffs, world economy, energy, press and Pres. Richard Nixon, Israel, Lebanon, women in U.S. government, and Leonid Brezhnev. KPRC broadcasted this event. Speakers: Irving R. Levine, Richard Valeriani, Carole Simpson, Steve Delaney, Tom Pettit, Garrick Utley, Ray Miller
NBC News correspondents panel at University Associates dinner, part 4 1976-01-15
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Contents include: The question and answer event continues with the six correspondents taking questions on the following topics: Leonid Brezhnev, Russian power struggles, political polling, Concorde controversy, the Middle East, and Angola. KPRC broadcasted this event. Speakers: Irving R. Levine, Richard Valeriani, Carole Simpson, Steve Delaney, Tom Pettit, Garrick Utley, Ray Miller
NBC News correspondents panel at University Associates dinner, part 5 1976-01-15
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Contents include: The question and answer event continues with the six correspondents discussing Italian communist party and then the panel ends. KPRC broadcasted this event. Speakers: Irving R. Levine, Richard Valeriani, Carole Simpson, Steve Delaney, Tom Pettit, Garrick Utley, Ray Miller
Balcones Fault live 1976-01-18
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Contents include: Balcones Fault perform live in Hamman Hall. Speakers: Fletcher Clark, Jack Jacobs, Kerry Kimbrough, Steve Blodgett, Michael McGeary
Homer Rice press conference 1976-01-20
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Contents include: During the press conference, Norman Hackerman announces the hiring of Homer Rice as the new Rice Owls football coach and athletic director. Homer Rice speaks about his decision to work for Rice University and takes questions. He discusses the Total Person Program and his upcoming plans for the football program. Speakers: Norman Hackerman, Homer Rice
Up in the Air - Memorial Park oil drilling 1976-01
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Contents include: Scott Hochberg discusses the issue of oil drilling by Brown Co. in Houston's Memorial Park with a panel. Because of radio music, we edited the end of this recording. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Frank Calhoun, Earl G. Covington
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5 Memorial Park debate 1976-01
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Contents include: The Houston City Council meeting on drilling oil at Memorial Park. This is not a complete tape of the proceedings.
Lane Denton interview 1976-02-13
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Contents include: Interview with Lane Denton running for Railroad Commission. Denton discusses legislative history, energy options, strip mining, telephone rate increases, and natural resources. Speakers: Lane Denton
Backstage Interview - Commodores 1976-02-29
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Contents include: Bruce Kessler interviews the members of the Commodores. They discuss their history as a singing group, touring with the Jackson 5, song arrangement, their upcoming tour with The Rolling Stones, and aspiring to be the black Beatles. Speakers: Lionel Richie, Thomas McClary, Bruce Kessler, William King
Backstage Interview - Gary Wright 1976-03-10
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Contents include: Bruce Kessler interviews Gary Wright. He discusses the song "Dreamweaver" and the album, his music history, Spooky Tooth, and session work with George Harrison and others. Speakers: Bruce Kessler, Gary Wright
Bill Haymes live 1976-03-16
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Up in the Air - Ron Paul 1976-03-18
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Contents include: Ron Paul, running for the April 1976 special election for Texas's 22nd congressional district, talks about attorneys, low voter turnout, crime, socialism, national debt, currency, the free market, lowering taxes, privatizing the U.S. Postal Service, and inflation. Speaker: Ron Paul
Backstage Interview - Sammy Hagar 1976-04-03
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Contents include: On "Backstage Interview," Bruce Kessler talks to Sammy Hagar about touring, songwriting, musical influences, new album, Montrose, vocals, "Urban Gorilla," forming bands post-Montrose, and Elvis Presley. Speakers: Sammy Hagar, Bruce Kessler
47 Times Its Own Weight live, part 1 1976-04-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: 47 Times Its Own Weight playing live at Willy's Pub's first birthday celebration. Speakers: 47 Times Its Own Weight
47 Times Its Own Weight live, part 2 1976-04-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: 47 Times Its Own Weight playing live at Willy's Pub's first birthday celebration. Because of radio music, we edited wrc06524_02 at the beginning and the end of the recording. Speakers: 47 Times Its Own Weight
Vince Bell live 1976-04-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Vince Bell performs live at the Hanszen B and P. Speaker: Vince Bell
KTRU Birthday Show 1976-04-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Birthday show in honor of 5th anniversary of KTRU. The program outlines the history of the radio station, including its coverage of the Masterson Crisis, Charles Freeman, disturbances at Allen Center, the selection of Norman Hackerman, the opening of Pub, the hiring of Homer Rice, arts, and comedy clips. Speakers: Stan Barber
Pres. Gerald Ford in Houston press conference 1976-04-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Question and answer session with Pres. Gerald Ford in Houston before the May 1 Texas primary. He discusses the campaign, his record, his challenger Ronald Reagan, Panama Canal renegotiations, divestiture bill, Watergate books and film, military funding, social programs, Pres. Richard Nixon, Cuba, and budget. Because of poor recording, we have altered the original audio and removed a section that interrupted the intended recording. Speaker: Gerald Ford
Pres. Gerald Ford at Houston Builders Association 1976-04-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Pres. Gerald Ford addressing the Houston Builders Association. He discusses Houston construction, federal funding for construction, U.S. economy, and military increases. After speech, association members ask questions on construction issues. At 39:42, there is an old recording about civil statues. Speaker: Gerald Ford
Backstage Interview - Boz Scaggs 1976-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Boz Scaggs discusses his albums Slow Dancer and Silk Degrees, musical influences, writing music and lyrics, and performing live. Speakers: Bruce Kessler, Boz Scaggs
Backstage Interview - Hall & Oates Spring 1976
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Backstage Interview," Bruce Kessler interviews Daryl Hall and John Oates. The duo discusses their musical backgrounds, their history together, their early albums, work with Todd Rundgren on War Babies, genre change with War Babies, and working on new album. Speakers: Daryl Hall, John Oates, Bruce Kessler
News Master 2 Spring 1976
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) NBC correspondents at Rice; (01:26) Charles Daniels controversy; (02:21) Add/drop courses; (02:57) Recruiting; (03:58) Applications for job; (04:24) Thresher salary increases; (05:34) Opinions on Thresher, salary increase; (08:48) Stan Barber is a nitwit; (09:09) Charles Daniels controversy; (10:32) Hiring of David Hunt, Director of Financial Aid; (12:28) Acoustics installation in Willy's Pub, funding new ideas; (15:37) Football coach search; (17:31) Thresher salary increase vote; (18:01) Homer Rice to be offered coaching job; (19:50) Homer Rice news conference; (25:05) Ford Administration meetings with Houston; (26:54) Thresher salary increase vote failed, Student Association meeting; (27:50) Homer Rice press conference; (28:58) Stan Barber interview with Joyce Rubash on food quality; (34:11) Rice Owls track Olympic trials, Jeff Wells; (36:38) Valhalla crime incident; (38:39) Department of Biology, curriculum additions, labs; (40:11) Memorial Park oil wells; (43:13) Universities Space Research Association institutes; (45:04) Accounting profession. Speakers: Stan Barber, Charles Daniels, Lee Hochberg, Norman Hackerman, Homer Rice, James Castaneda, Dana Blankenhorn, Joyce Rubash, Jeff Wells, C.B. Bernick
News Master 3 Spring 1976
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) University evaluation day, the role of the university; (02:04) Zip code realignment; (03:14) Survey of issue; (03:48) Gazilcher at Sid Richardson College; (04:51) Financial aid; (05:35) Student Association election candidates; (06:51) "From the Perspective of Professionals" panel; (10:08) Student opinions on convocation; (13:36) University standing committees; (15:37) Stephen Klineberg at convocation; (17:02) Workshop on introductory courses; (18:10) Course summary; (19:39) Campanile publishing issue; (20:35) Campanile dispersal; (20:49) Athlete training; (21:01) Rice Alternative Basketball Team challenges Rice Owls basketball team; (22:11) Student Association elections; (22:48) Farmer's Market; (23:43) Meal plans; (26:45) Candidate financial statements; (27:30) Basketball player; (27:43) Rice Owls basketball game play-by-play; (30:55) University of Texas underrated team; (31:39) Willy's Pub changes; (34:34) President's Honor Roll; (36:41) Homer Rice on student involvement in athletic program; (38:39) MOB at Mardi Gras in New Orleans; (39:57) Summer school course summaries; (43:41) Rice Owls baseball review; (44:26) St. Patrick's Day dance; (45:04) Student Association elections; (45:33) Student Association meeting review. Speakers: Larry Fossi, Stephen Klineberg, Craig Ball, James Morehead, Stan Barber, Homer Rice, Jim Cobb, Bill Wade
News Master 4 Spring 1976
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Spring 1976 news master (00:01) Committee on the Convocation; (01:57) Mail delivery; (02:55) Nature class at arboretum; (05:09) Republican primary; (05:24) New Hanszen College commons; (06:08) Athletics press conference, athletes admissions, facilities, recruiting; (09:01) Student Association meeting review, elections; (11:49) Norman Hackerman on recruiting; (12:28) Room and board increases; (14:06) Committee anxious; (15:10) Gilbert Cuthbertson on primaries and John Connally, Will Rice College room jack; (26:18) Birds on campus, tree pruning; (29:18) Female College Master at a male college; (32:22) The role of the master; (34:45) Student Association election controversy; (35:04) Oil drilling in Memorial Park; (36:08) University of Texas Student Association president joke candidate. Speakers: Roy Bellar, Homer Rice, Norman Hackerman, Gilbert Cuthbertson, Constantine Armeniades, Katherine Tsanoff Brown
News Master 5 Spring 1976
Scope and Contents
News Master 6 Spring 1976
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Will Rice College student opinion of Constantine Armeniades; (01:55) River Oaks World Championship of Tennis tournament; (04:03) Admissions; (04:44) F. Barry Dunning wins Sloan Fellowship for Basic Research; (05:48) Energy speaker; (06:20) Robert R. Sterling appointed Dean of Jones Business School; (10:18) Critique of government funded art, foreign aid; (11:58) Severe weather tips; (14:21) Mailings; (14:33) Ronald Reagan not electable; (15:23) Alumni on the Board of Trustees; (15:54) I-610 jackknife; (16:38) Scientific research funding slowing; (17:25) Hare and the Hound race; (18:02) Tennesse primary results; (19:21) Honor Council violation. Speakers: Barbie Siever, James Castaneda, Stan Barber, Robert Sterling, Tom Moe, Norman Hackerman, Jim Cobb
Backstage Interview - Cecilio and Kapono 1976-05-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Backstage Interview," Bruce Kessler talks to Cecilio and Kapono about their acoustic style, songwriting, touring, new music, and working together. Speakers: Henry Kapono Ka'aihue, Cecilio David Rodriguez, Bruce Kessler
Backstage Interview - The Tubes 1976-05-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Backstage Interview," Bruce Kessler talks Fee Waybill of The Tubes about integrating visuals to music, difficulties recording "The Tubes," easier to record "Young and Rich," live shows, stage crew, character inspirations, new charcters, album notes, and comparisons to KISS. Speakers: Bruce Kessler, Fee Waybill
Station IDs 1976-1983
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Gary Wright; (00:13) Iggy Pop; (00:25) Graham Parker; (00:34) Boz Scaggs; (00:44) Eric Bloom; (00:59) Fee Waybill; (01:12) Stevie Nicks; (01:31) Mick Fleetwood; (01:44) Janis Ian; (01:53) Frank Zappa; (02:08) Rick Wakeman; (02:15) Jon Anderson; (02:22) Rick Nielsen; (02:56) Cheap Trick; (03:22) Hall and Oates; (03:32) Brad Delp; (03:46) Robert Klein; (04:19) Jan Hammer; (04:32) Joan Jett and Lee Crystal; (04:49) Joe "King" Carrasco; (05:24) Phil Woods; (05:38) Roger McGuinn; (05:54) Walter Cronkite; (06:07) Charlotte Caffey and Kathy Valentine; (06:50) Laurie Anderson; (08:01) Andy McCluskey; (08:09) Dr. Rockit and the Sisters of Mercy; (09:17) Bill Nolan; (09:32) Brian Setzer; (09:43) Brian O'Neill; (09:55) Lee Rocker; (10:10) Slim Jim Phantom; (10:42) The Bangles; (11:13) Dee Dee Ramone; (11:39) Joey Ramone; (12:09) Johnny Ramone; (12:22) Marc Moreland; (13:02) Lene Lovich; (13:14) King Sunny Adé; (14:10) Fred Schneider and Keith Strickland. Speakers: Gary Wright, Iggy Pop, Graham Parker, Boz Scaggs, Eric Bloom, Fee Waybill, Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, Janis Ian, Frank Zappa, Rick Wakeman, Jon Anderson, Rick Nielsen, Daryl Hall, John Oates, Brad Delp, Robert Klein, Jan Hammer, Joan Jett, Lee Crystal, Joe "King" Currasco, Phil Woods, Roger McGuinn, Walter Cronkite, Charlotte Caffey, Kathy Valentin, Laurie Anderson, Andy McCluskey, Rock Romano, Bill Nolan, Brian Setzer, Brian O'Neill, Lee Rocker, Slim Jim Phantom, Dee Dee Ramone, Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone, Marc Moreland, Lene Lovich, King Sunny Adé, Fred Schneider, Keith Strickland
Sub-Series: 1976/1977
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5 Democratic National Convention report 1976-07-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Larry Fossi reports on the upcoming selection of Jimmy Carter as the democratic presidential candidate, Rep. Barbara Jordan's speech, and speculation on Carter's vice presidential selection. We deleted radio music at the beginning of the recording. Speakers: Larry Fossi, Stan Barber
Alan Steelman interview 1976-09-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Stan Barber interviews State Congressman Alan Steelman on the topics of his voting record, the Trinity project, reviewing federal laws at the state level, abortion, retirement age, and his opponent Sen. Lloyd Bentsen. Speakers: Stan Barber, Alan Steelman
Rice Thoughts - Co-ed Colleges 1976-09-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Stan Barber interviews students on their views on co-ed colleges for the show Rice Thoughts. Students discuss the programs successes. As for the merits of the single sex college, some students think co-ed colleges make men more docile, lack privacy, and cause co-ed college alienation. We fixed a reversed audio issue, but ended up deleting the material, since it was only outtakes. Speaker: Stan Barber
News Master 1976-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Rice Owls football vs. Utah preview; (02:21) Pets on campus; (02:59) Homer Rice on Rice Owls football vs. Utah preview; (03:45) Jimmy Carter campaign, visit to Houston; (09:25) Gentle Art of Sports Betting, college sports; (10:58) Stop smoking course. Speaker: Dana Blankenhorn
Jimmy Carter interview and campaigning 1976-09-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Presidential candidate Jimmy Carter speaks to reporters after getting off of his airplane. He discusses the previous night's debate, issues with Pres. Gerald Ford, the Playboy article, and his religion. Then, there is a political rally in which Mayor Fred Hofheinz, Senator Lloyd Bentsen, Governor Dolph Briscoe, and Jimmy Carter speak. KTRU reporters also speak with protest groups at the rally. We deleted dead air throughout the recording. Speakers: Jimmy Carter, Fred Hofheinz, Lloyd Bentsen, Dolph Briscoe
St. Elmo's Fire interview and music 1976-09-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: St. Elmo's Fire playing live at KTRU. During the interview portions, the band discusses their first performance, their music recordings, Caliban with the Houston Ballet, changing their name from Wheatfield to St. Elmo's Fire, the steps to recording an album, choosing a record company, and the story behind some of their songs. They also create stations IDs. This is a poor recording. Speakers: Ezra Idlet, Connie Mims, Craig Calvert, Damian Hevia, Keith Grimwood
Arbuckle Flat - Stephen Jarrard 1976-10-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Stephen Jarrard playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. It is a poor recording. Speakers: Stephen Jarrard, Trip Doss
Arbuckle Flat - Bill Cade 1976-10-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bill Cade on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. It starts with a quick conversation with Bill Cade and his band, and then moves onto Cade playing live in the studio. Speakers: Bill Cade, Trip Doss
Backstage Interview - Boston 1976-10-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Backstage Interview," Bruce Kessler talks to members of the band Boston about their tour, production values, Scholz's basement studio, popular songs, regional popularity, album cover, musical influences, sound effects, lyrics, and The Beatles. Speakers: Tom Scholz, Sib Hashian, Barry Goudreau, Brad Delp, Fran Sheehan
So Now You Can Vote - Bob Gammage 1976-10-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives Bob Gammage discusses Rep. Ron Paul and his libertarian values, Paul's voting record, National Science Foundation grant funding, gun control, and oil and gas. Speakers: Bob Gammage, Ron Paul
Outtakes 1976-10-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Pres. Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter reports; (07:29) Political and international news, DJ practicing; (10:07) Music; (11:20) "Yellow Submarine" broadcast sign-off; (12:43) Great Flood anniversary; (16:13) "Yellow Submarine" broadcast sign-off ; (17:42) Not Necessarily True News with fake commercials. Speakers: Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Lee Hochberg, David Zumwalt
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6 1976 Election Coverage, part 1 1976-11-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Reporting on the 1976 national and local elections. Various guests, KTRU DJs, and others discuss the incoming election results. Speakers: Gilbert Cuthbertson, Joel Laser, David Butler, Ray Hutchinson, Patti Bellis, Stan Barber, Ken Meyer, Dana Blankenhon, John Connally, Bob Gammage, Scott Hochberg, Ron Paul, Lloyd Bentsen, Bill Hobby, Hubert Holmes
1976 Election Coverage, part 2 1976-11-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Reporting on the 1976 national and local elections. Various guests, KTRU DJs, and others discuss the incoming election results. Speakers: Lee Hochberg, David Butler, Tom Moe, Stan Barber, Bob Gammage, Hubert Holmes, Ray Hutchinson
Up in the Air - Recycling 1976-11-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Dr. Mike Kessick, Environmental Engineering, Noel Shenoi, Rice Recycling Center, Jerry Akers of the Sierra Club, and Duane Marks discuss recycling and environmental efforts on campus, in Houston, and nationally. They also discuss pollution in Houston. Towards the end of the recording, the recording speed increases causing the voices to sound strange and eventually unrecognizable. We fixed this issue, but there is some residual distortion. Speakers: Mike Kessick, Noel Shenoi, Jerry Akers, Duane Marks
Al Stewart - in concert - Tower Theatre (2 CDs) 1976-11-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Al Stewart playing live in Philadelphia at the Tower Theatre via radio station WMMR. At 01:23:41, Frankie Vee and the Village Boys live in Baker Commons on 1976-10-15. The recording is poor. The second recording was probably left over from a previous recorded broadcast. Speakers: Al Stewart, Frankie Vee and the Village Boys
Arbuckle Flat - Montrose Marching Band 1976-11-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Montrose Marching Band playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. We deleted radio music at the end of this recording. Speakers: Montrose Marching Band, Trip Doss
Up in the Air - Bob Polk 1976-11-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: An interview with Rice Owls Basketball Coach Bob Polk. He discusses Rice's poor SWC basketball rankings, Coach Eddie Sutton, recruitment, the upcoming line-up, scholarships, and low student attendance at games. At times, the audio quality is poor. The recording includes off-air conversations before the official show broadcast. Speakers: Bob Polk, Dana Blankenhorn
Arbuckle Flat - John Grimaudo 1976-11-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: John Grimaudo playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Speakers: John Grimaudo, Trip Doss
Up in the Air - Fred Hofhienz 1976-11-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Stan Barber interviews Houston Mayor Fred Hofheinz. They discuss the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., Houston water quality, enforcing vehicle laws, elections, the June 15, 1976 flood, the recent national election, drunk driving, and park. Speakers: Stan Barber, Fred Hofheinz
Arbuckle Flat - Reb Smith 1976-11-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Reb Smith playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Speakers: Reb Smith, Trip Doss
Football season review 1976-11-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Director of Athletics and Football Coach Homer Rice on the 1976 season and the problems that plagued it, like player injuries; (05:26) Interview with quarterback Tommy Kramer about his college career and the NFL draft; (12:04) Interview with Doug Cunningham and Doug Houser about the football season; (24:07) Homer Rice continues to speak on wanting to improve the women's sports program, as well as football; (27:32) Interview with Wes Hansen, Steve Pasterchick, Doug Loafman, Don Rutledge, and Bobby Scheihing on the football season. Audio quality is poor at times. Speakers: Homer Rice, Tommy Kramer, Doug Cunningham, Dave Houser, Wes Hansen, Steve Pasterchick, Doug Loafman, Don Rutledge, Bobby Scheihing
Arbuckle Flat - Eric Taylor 1976-11-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Eric Taylor playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Speakers: Eric Taylor, Trip Doss
State of University 1976-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Norman Hackerman takes questions from students. He discusses the university's decade long plan, the library's budget, faculty salaries, the role of the university president, over enrollment, funding for intramural sports and women's sports, admitting more out of state students, food services, the proctor's authority, support for clubs and organizations, the women's sports program, co-ed colleges, Resident Associates and Masters, and student apathy. Speakers: Norman Hackerman
Me & Paul live, part 1 1976-12-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Me and Paul performing live in Willy's Pub. Speakers: James "Bubba" Hudson, Paul Rafferty
Me & Paul live, part 2 1976-12-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Me and Paul performing live in Willy's Pub. Speakers: James "Bubba" Hudson, Paul Rafferty
Me & Paul live, part 3 1976-12-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Me and Paul performing live in Willy's Pub. Speakers: James "Bubba" Hudson, Paul Rafferty
Rice Choral Christmas in the Chapel 1976-12-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The Rice Chorale sings Christmas songs. Speakers: Rice Chorale
Promos and Reviews Fall 1976
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Rice Players' "Spoon River Anthology" review; (02:23) Wiess College's "Charlie's Aunt"; (05:18) "Lady Has No Heart" by St. Elmo's Fire; (10:06) "Let It Pour"; (12:54) "Come into My Own"; (17:54) Houston Symphony review; (21:21) Captain Lonely; (24:48) "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" review; (27:51) St. Elmo's Fire concert promo; (29:39) "Pink Panther Strikes Again" review; (32:46) Sid Richardson College's "Dirty Work at the Crossroads" review; (35:12) "Dirty Work at the Crossroads" promo; (35:54) Billy Joel and Fever Tree concert review; (39:39) Blear's Weatherbeaten Paint; (41:05) Theme from "Bridge Over the River Kwai"; (43:49) Musical interlude; (44:18) Wind howling. Speakers: Stan Barber, John Gladu, Cullen Duke, James Aronovsky, Grungy
Ron Waters and Dan King Fall 1976
Scope and Contents
Contents include: State Rep. Ron Waters and challenger Dan King discussed their political positions. There are problems with the audio. We deleted radio music at the beginning and ending of the recording. The recording was also too low with loud white noise, which we have removed. Speakers: Ron Waters, Dan King
News Master Fall 1976
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Rice Owls football vs. University of Texas preview; (02:37) College football; (04:12) Homer Rice on Rice Owls football; (0:58) Football stats and scoring; (05:28) Signal equipment upgraded; (05:59) College football; (07:09) Employees; (07:44) Gentle Art of Sports Betting; (09:28) Daily motivation for athletes; (09:58) Option play; (10:18) Football player on team; (10:53) Club sports; (11:33) Professional baseball, sports betting; (13:14) Football player on team; (13:57) Passing quarterback; (14:25) Homer Rice on SWC; (15:16) Mental health clinic; (16:41) Presidential vote, Dr. W.A. Criswell; (17:38) Course; (18:52) ASPCA animal euthanasia, pet education; (20:28) Walter Mondale and Bob Dole debate review; (23:27) Rice Owls football vs. Texas Tech review, college football; (24:21) Withholding tax skit; (25:29) Gentle Art of Sports Betting; (26:36) Journalists interviewing professors; (26:58) Homer Rice on coaching; (27:38) Student on football team; (28:09) College football; (29:13) Football player on team; (29:31) Homer Rice on team; (30:19) Liberal disillusionment survey; (31:31) Ron Paul question and answer session; (32:26) Gentle Art of Sports Betting; (33:57) Texans for Pres. Gerald Ford campaign; (35:33) Bob Gammage on government subsidizing of research; (36:38) Opponent of Bob Gammage; (37:15) Bob Gammage on opponent; (37:49) Political candidates visit Houston, Texas Democratic stronghold; (39:48) Jimmy Carter family on political polls, campaigning; (41:31) Jimmy Carter family campaigning; (42:20) Eugene McCarthy campaign and polls; (43:40) Convocation; (44:22) High school education; (44:52) Rosalynn Carter on mental health; (45:35) Texas Trails Association. Speakers: Dana Blankenhorn, Homer Rice, Tom Selman, Bill Wade, Bob Gammage, Lee Hochberg, Rosalynn Carter
News Master 3 1976-1977
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Gentle Art of Sports Betting; (02:02) Gentle Art of Sports Betting; (04:42) Gentle Art of Sports Betting; (06:23) Gentle Art of Sports Betting; (08:33) Tommy Kramer, football profits, student fans; (11:21) Southwest Conference games review; (12:18) Gentle Art of Sports Betting, traditions; (14:00) Rice Owls basketball vs. Waylon Baptist College review, college sports; (14:57) Gentle Art of Sports Betting, Heisman trophy, basketball; (16:06) Flu vaccine; (17:59) Hanszen carolers; (18:47) Pilot program languages; (19:35) Rice Owls Women's basketball; (20:10) Opinions; (20:26) Athlete critiquing Rice Owls basketball program, Bob Polk; (22:00) Athlete critiquing rats on basketball team; (22:12) Rice Owls basketball season review; (23:22) Thresher embezzlement case; (28:40) Stafford Stewart and others on the Thresher embezzlement case; (34:00) Student Association election results; (45:26) James M. Waters Creativity Award; (46:50) Texas re-ratification for Equal Rights Amendment. Speakers: Dana Blankenhorn, Peter Camp, Sam Carrington, Lee Hochberg, Stafford Stewart
Arbuckle Flat - Don Sanders 1977-01-08
Related Materials
Contents include: Don Sanders playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. He discusses his role in the Memorial Park oil drilling debate. Speaker: Don Sanders, Trip Doss
Up in the Air - HISD vs. WISD 1977-01-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Larry Spencer, Loraine Burling [sp?], and Regan Sermons [sp?] discuss pros and cons of the proposal to create the Westheimer Independent School District, which would break away from the Houston Independent School District. We deleted radio music at the beginning of this recording. Speakers: Stan Barber, Larry Spencer, Hubert Holmes
Smokin’ Fitz live 1977-01-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Smokin' Fitz playing live. Location unknown. Speakers: Smokin' Fitz, Rock Romano
A Conversation with Jacques Cousteau 1977-01-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Lee Hochberg and Patti Bellis interview Jacques Cousteau about his Involvement Day event in Houston at the Albert Thomas Convention Center. Speakers: Jacques Cousteau, Patti Bellis, Lee Hochberg, Liz Murphy, Alex Schmandt
Al Stewart live 1977-01-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Al Stewart playing live. Location unknown. Speaker: Al Stewart
Africa - Roots 1977-01-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On the show "Africa," Craig Jackson talks with Dr. Rose Brewer, Visiting Sociology professor, about the book and mini-series "Roots," its influence in universities, Black history courses, the world slave trade, and white reactions to the book and mini-series. We have deleted radio music at the beginning and at the end of the recording. Speakers: Craig Jackson, Rose Brewer
Backstage Interview - The Runaways 1977-02-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler interviews Joan Jett and Sandy West of The Runaways. They discuss how the band formed, early gigs, playing on tour, current set list, cover songs, musical training, musical influences, press coverage, life changes, gaining more female fans, other all-female bands, future plans, songwriting, Kim Fowley, their punk persona, and their sound. Because of sound issues, we have altered this file to increase the volume of Joan Jett and Sandy West's voices. Speakers: Bruce Kessler, Joan Jett, Sandy West
Arbuckle Flat - Lynn Langham, tape 1 1977-02-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Lynn Langham playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Because of recording issues, we corrected the speed. Speakers: Lynn Langham, Trip Doss
Arbuckle Flat - Lynn Langham, tape 2 1977-02-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Lynn Langham playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Because of recording issues, we corrected the speed. Speaker: Lynn Langham, Trip Doss
Equal Rights Amendment debate, short version 1977-02-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: This is a debate organized by Ken Meier. Patti Bellis is the moderator, and Ken Meier asked questions of the panel. Helen Cassidy and Frances "Poppy" Northcutt support the ERA, while Wanda Schultz and Frank Chiles are against the amendment. This is a shorter version of the original broadcast. Speakers: Patti Bellis, Helen Cassidy, Frances "Poppy" Northcutt, Ken Meier, Wanda Schultz, Frank Chiles
Equal Rights Amendment debate, original version 1977-02-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: This is a debate organized by Ken Meier. Patti Bellis is the moderator, and Ken Meier asked questions of the panel. Helen Cassidy and Frances "Poppy" Northcutt support the ERA, while Wanda Schultz and Frank Chiles are against the amendment. This is the original version of the KTRU broadcast. Speakers: Patti Bellis, Helen Cassidy, Frances "Poppy" Northcutt, Ken Meier, Wanda Schultz, Frank Chiles
Up in the Air - Keith Kingbay 1977-02-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Moderator Lee Hochberg talks with Keith Kingbay, Mike van Dusen, and Mark Robinson about bicycles in the city, touring, registration, and safety. Speakers: Keith Kingbay, Lee Hochberg, Mark Robinson
Albert’s Bridge 1977-02-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The Rice Players perform Tom Stoppard's Albert's Bridge. Peter Redding, John "Grungy" Gladu, Steve Charles, Mark Brennan, Dave Presley, Kathleen Gammill, Julia Levy, Mark Bouler
Arbuckle Flat - Ken Donnell and Malcolm Smith 1977-02-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Ken Donell and Malcolm Smith playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Speakers: Ken Donnell, Malcolm Smith, Trip Doss
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7 John Connally at Rice 1977-02-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Former Texas Governonr and U.S. Treasurer John Connally speaks at Rice University. He discusses creativity in the public interest, agriculture, funding research and development, raw materials, competing with world markets, term limits, energy resources, and taxes. We deleted music and a fragment of a lecture at the end of the recording. Speakers: Norman Hackerman, John Connally
Backstage Interview - Chip Monck 1977-02-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler interviews Chip Monck. He discusses opening night of the Summit, The Rumble in the Jungle and Zaire 74, his production manager work on Neil Young's tour, working with performers and others, Altamount Free Concert, and the Rolling Stones American Tour 1972. Speakers: Bruce Kessler, Chip Monck
Bubbha Thomas and the Lightmen Plus One, tape 1 1977-02-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bubbha Thomas and the Lightmen Plus One playing live in Willy's Pub as part of Black History Week programming. Speakers: Bubbha Thomas, Jimmy Walker, Virgil Solomon, Tuesday Galiano, Spudy Hunter
Bubbha Thomas and the Lightmen Plus One, tape 2 1977-02-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bubbha Thomas and the Lightmen Plus One playing live in Willy's Pub as part of Black History Week programming. We deleted radio music at the beginning of this recording. Speakers: Bubbha Thomas, Jimmy Walker, Virgil Solomon, Tuesday Galiano, Spudy Hunter
Backstage Interview - Billy Joel 1977-02-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler interviews Billy Joel. He discusses his performance style, his lyrics, his music style, school, new album "Turnstiles," impersonating other performers on stage, writing song overtures, how he writes music and lyrics, and his musical training. Speakers: Bruce Kessler, Billy Joel
Backstage Interview - Thin Lizzy 1977-03-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler interviews Scott Gorham from Thin Lizzy. He discusses touring with Queen, album covers, and album recording. Speakers: Scott Gorham, Bruce Kessler
Thresher Election Controversy 1977-03-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: News story on Student Association discussing whether to re-run the election for Thresher editor. Speakers: Kim Brown, Phillip Parker, Lee Hochberg
Alumni Institute - Robert R. Sterling 1977-03-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Dr. Robert R. Sterling, first dean of the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business, gives a speech to the Alumni Institute. He discusses his hometown Bugtussle, explores Adam Smith's laissez faire economics vs. central planning, stock investment, national debt, social security, and the national gas shortage. Incomplete recording. Speaker: Robert R. Sterling
Up in the Air - Marion Hicks and Joyce Rubash 1977-03-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The moderators for "Up in the Air" speaks to Marion Hicks and Joyce Rubash. They discuss summer housing, parking, food preparation, the food committee, religious food observances, air conditioning, Sammy's, off-road damage on campus, college night food, rwaiters and student food staff, Cohen House renovation and events, Rice food co-op, yogurt, self-service vs. table service, and the Central Kitchen laundry fire. Speakers: Marion Hicks, Stan Barber, Joyce Rubash
Alumni Institute - Gloria Shatto 1977-03-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Gloria Shatto, Associate Dean and Professor of Economics at Georgia Tech College of Management speaks to the Alumni Institute. She speaks about corporate philanthropy. Recording abruptly ends. Speakers: Gloria Shatto
Backstage Interview - Janis Ian 1977-03-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler interviews Janis Ian. She discusses touring, interviews, humility, college, musical influences, and songwriting. Speakers: Bruce Kessler, Janis Ian
Arbuckle Flat - Eric Taylor and Nanci Griffith 1977-03-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Eric Taylor and Nanci Griffith playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. There are some conversations with the singers, as well as performances separately and together. Speakers: Trip Doss, Eric Taylor, Nanci Griffith
Best of Arbuckle Flat 1977-03-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The best of show presents live music by John Grimaudo, Stephen Jarrard, Don Sanders, and Bill Cade. We deleted radio music from the beginning of this program. Speakers: John Grimaudo, Stephen Jarrard, Don Sanders, Bill Cade, Trip Doss
Arbuckle Flat - Danny Everitt 1977-03-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Danny Everitt playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Speakers: Danny Everitt, Trip Doss
Donald Freeling interview 1977-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Lee Hochberg interviews Donald Freeling, the Executive Vice President of the McGraw-Hill Book Company, about textbook selection and increasing textbook access. Speakers: Donald Freeling, Lee Hochberg
Up in the Air - Co-ed Colleges and the Summer Program 1977-04-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Stan Barber talks to Linda Driscoll and Gale Stokes about the summer program and the co-ed colleges. We deleted radio music at the beginnig of the recording. Speakers: Gale Stokes, Stan Barber, Linda Driscoll
Backstage Interview - Todd Rundgren 1977-04-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Backstage Interview," Bruce Kessler talks to Todd Rundgren about altering sound, Utopia, managing his career, creating videos for his music, and writing music for performance/concerts. Speakers: Todd Rundgren, Bruce Kessler
Backstage Interview - Renaissance 1977-04-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler speaks to members of Renaissance about the band's line-up, audience reaction, songwriting, influences, similar music, playing live, timelessness of their music, and plans post-tour. Speakers: Annie Haslam, Bruce Kessler
Arbuckle Flat - Jack Saunders 1977-04-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jack Saunders playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Speakers: Jack Saunders, Trip Doss
Backstage Interview - Peter Gabriel 1977-04-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler interviews Peter Gabriel. He discusses his self-titled solo album and cover, his music post-Genesis, theatricality, avoiding Genesis material on tour, why he left Genesis, and composing and playing music. Speakers: Bruce Kessler, Peter Gabriel
Arbuckle Flat - Dan Gibbs 1977-04-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Dan Gibbs playing live on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Joyce Lamar performs a song. Speakers: Joyce Lamar, Dan Gibbs, Trip Doss
Up in the Air - Mass Transit 1977-04-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Stan Barber speaks to Mary Lee Wood [sp?], Carvel Glen, John Langdon [sp?]. They discuss mass transit, park and ride, mini-buses, transportation maps, and funding. We deleted radio music at the beginning of this recording. Speakers: Stan Barber, Carvel Glen
Up in the Air - Pets on Campus 1977-04-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Stan Barber takes calls about the Committee of Masters and Presidents suggestion of banning pets (cats and dogs) on campus. We deleted radio music at the beginning of this recording. Speakers: Lee Hochberg, Stan Barber
President's Lecture Series - Andrew F. Brimmer 1977-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Andrew F. Brimmer gives a speech as part of the President's Lecture Series. His talk is titled "Constraints and Opportunities in the Management of National Economic Policy." He discusses inflation and the Federal Reserve. This recording is not the full lecture, only the question and answer section. Speakers: Andrew F. Brimmer
To the Point - Neils Neilsen 1977-05-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Stan Barber talks to Dr. Neils Neilsen about Pres. Jimmy Carter's religious views and how that affects his presidency. Speakers: Neils Neilsen, Stan Barber
Up in the Air - Park System 1977-05-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Stan Barber speaks to Kenneth Eng and Art Jones. They discuss the Department of Parks and Recreation events and park planning. We deleted radio music at the beginning of this recording. Speakers: Stan Barber, Kenneth Eng, and Art Jones
To the Point - Joyce Rubash 1977-05-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Rob Wilds talks to Joyce Rubash about the metric system in the kitchen. Speakers: Rob Wilds, Joyce Rubash
To the Point - Helen Havens 1977-05-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks to Helen Havens, Episcopal priest, and Jones College Master about women in the Episcopal priesthood. Speakers: Phil Konstantin, Helen Havens
To the Point - Frank Bearden 1977-05-31
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Stan Barber talks to Frank Bearden about physical fitness, heart attacks, and the university's fitness program. Speakers: Stan Barber, Frank Bearden
News Master 4 Spring 1977
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Representative on Equal Rights Amendment; (01:01) Fair Legislative Day; (01:34) Texas Equal Rights Amendment, states ratifying ERA; (03:00) Energy infinite; (03:46) Huey P. Newton on his return to the United States; (09:39) National Audubon Society Rare Animal Release Efforts, whaling; (11:23) Fire at Central Kitchen laundry room; (12:41) New election for Thresher editor; (19:38) Student Association elections; (22:05) Rice Recycling Center; (23:44) Relationship with Trinity University; (24:33) Grungy's weather forecast; (25:06) Presidential Republican primary; (26:21) Lee Hochberg leaving a message; (27:02) Accidental suicide on campus; (28:01) Student Association meeting review; (31:58) Beer Bike track hazards; (32:32) Thresher editor re-vote; (33:05) Spring Fair at Delmar Stadium; (34:00) Hiring of Mike Schuler as Rice Owls basketball coach; (35:04) Thresher editor controversy; (36:48) No new Thresher editor elections; (39:07) Rice Education program; (40:48) Texas Visitor Industry statistics. Speakers: Huey P. Newton, Kim Brown, Phillip Parker, Lee Hochberg, John Gladu, Grungy, Stan Barber, Patti Bellis
Space Shuttle Enterprise Spring 1977
Scope and Contents
Contents include: This is a rough cut of Stan Barber's Space Shuttle Enterprise broadcast. He interviews Dwayne Koontz and Dick Hoover about the orbiter. We have deleted the radio music at the end of the tape. Speakers: Stan Barber, Dwayne Koontz, Dick Hoover
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8 St. Elmo’s Fire Interview Spring 1977
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The band discusses their work on Caliban with the Houston Symphony and the National Entertainer Conference. Speakers: Ezra Idlet, Connie Mims, Craig Calvert, Damian Hevia, Keith Grimwood
Up in the Air - Crime Prevention Spring 1977
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Patrolman Don Williams of the Community Relations Division of the Crime Prevention Unit of the Houston Police Department discusses residential burglaries, repeat burglaries by drug offenders, crime prevention tips, rape, and how the police can help citizens be pro-active. We deleted radio music at the beginning and ending of this recording. Speakers: Don Williams, Stan Barber
To the Point - Alex Dessler 1977-06-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks to Dr. Alex Dessler about energy and space colonies. Speakers: Alex Dessler, Phil Konstantin
To the Point - Scott Harris 1977-06-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Patti Bellis talks to Dr. Scott Harris about the Panama Canal treaty. Speakers: Scott Harris, Patti Bellis
To the Point - Martin Wiener 1977-06-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Rob Wilds talks to Dr. Martin Wiener about the changing role of Great Britian, economic issues, problems in Ireland, and the golden jubilee. Speakers: Martin Wiener, Rob Wilds
To the Point - Gaston Rimlinger 1977-06-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Rob Wilds talks to Dr. Gaston Rimlinger about various governments in Africa, South Africa, and Idi Amin. Speakers: Gaston Rimlinger, Rob Wilds
Backstage Interview - Heart 1977-06-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler talks to members of Heart about the beginnings of the band, individual songs, and working on their album "Little Queen." Interview ends abruptly. Speakers: Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Bruce Kessler, Roger Fisher
To the Point - Gilbert Cuthbertson 1977-06-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Stan Barber talks to Dr. Gilbert Cuthbertson about the 65th Texas Legislature. Speakers: Stan Barber, Gilbert Cuthbertson
To the Point - O. Jack Mitchell 1977-06-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Stan Barber talks to Dr. O. Jack Mitchell about urban growth in Texas cities. Speakers: O. Jack Mitchell, Stan Barber
To the Point - Charles Doran 1977-06-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks to Dr. Charles Doran about his book ("Myth, Oil, and Politics"), OPEC, and the future of oil. Speakers: Charles Doran, Phil Konstantin
Arbuckle Flat - Bob Schmidt 1977
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Arbuckle Flat," Bob Schmidt plays music and talks. Speakers: Bob Schmidt, Trip Doss
Sub-Series: 1977/1978
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8 Up in the Air - Camping 1977-07-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Stan Barber talks with Dian Thomas. They discuss camping tips. Speakers: Stan Barber, Dian Thomas
To the Point - Richard Stabell 1977-07-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks with Richard Stabell about the usefulness of a college education. Speakers: Phil Konstantin, Richard Stabell
To the Point - Gale Stokes 1977-07-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Rob Wilds talks with Dr. Gale Stokes about the Balkans. Speakers: Gale Stokes, Rob Wilds
To the Point - C.H. Ward 1977-08-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Stan Barber talks with Dr. C.H. Ward about air pollution. Speakers: Stan Barber, C.H. Ward
To the Point - Frank Martin 1977-08-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Stan Barber talks with Frank Martin about non-commercial radio. Speakers: Frank Martin, Stan Barber
To the Point - Susan Peiffer 1977-08-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Rob Wilds talks with Susan Peiffer about women's sports at Rice University and Title IX. Speakers: Susan Peiffer, Rob Wilds
To the Point - Robert Dix 1977-08-00
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks with Dr. Robert Dix about the ramifications of the Panama Canal Treaty. Speakers: Robert Dix, Phil Konstantin
To the Point - Charlie Holtz 1977-09-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Stan Barber talks with Charlie Holtz about Elvis and his connection with rock n' roll. Speakers: Charlie Holtz, Stan Barber
Up in the Air - Gays in Houston 1977-09-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Stan Barber talks with Ray Hill. They discuss the gay and lesbian community in Houston, more specifically the Gay Political Caucus, fighting unconstitutional legislation, gay and lesbian job security, Mayor Fred Hofheinz, acceptance of the gay and lesbian community, dispelling gay and lesbian stereotypes, religion and homosexuality, and his life as a gay man in Houston. Recording ends abruptly. Speakers: Ray Hill, Stan Barber
To the Point - Homer Rice 1977-09-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Stan Barber talks with Homer Rice talks about intercollegiate football, other college sports, and the Total Person Program. Speakers: Homer Rice, Stan Barber
To the Point - John Neuport 1977-09-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Irene Walker talks with Dr. John Neuport about new consciousness groups, like transcendental meditation. Speakers: John Neuport, Irene Walker
Allen Matusow lecture 1977-09-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Allen Matusow discusses the 1964 election, specifically the main players: Lyndon Baines Johnson, Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater, and George Wallace. Speaker: Allen Matusow
To the Point - Jack Linville 1977-09-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Rob Wilds talks with Jack Linville about land use planning and natural disasters. Speakers: Jack Linville, Rob Wilds
Konstantyn K. Kuzminsky lecture 1977-09-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Konstantyn K. Kuzminsky reads his and others poetry in Russian and another person reads it in English. He also discusses life in Siberia and Russia and other poets' lives. Abruptly ends. We deleted music at the beginning of the recording. Speaker: Konstantyn K. Kuzminsky
To the Point - Sarah Burnett 1977-09-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks with Dr. Sarah Burnett about similarities and differences among men and women. We have deleted extraneous audio at the end of this recording. Speakers: Sarah Burnett, Phil Konstantin
To the Point - Baruch Brody 1977-10-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks with Dr. Baruch Brody about euthanasia and the Karen Ann Quinlan case. Speakers: Baruch Brody, Phil Konstantin
To the Point - Konstantin Kolenda 1977-10-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks with Dr. Konstantin Kolenda about ethics and high school students. Speakers: Konstantin Kolenda, Phil Konstantin
To the Point - Donald Clayton 1977-10-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks with Dr. Donald Clayton about new space discoveries, like the age of the solar system. We deleted an off the air conversation at the beginning of the recording. Speakers: Donald Clayton, Phil Konstantin
Up in the Air - Homer Rice 1977-10-06
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Stan Barber talks with Homer Rice. They discuss the losing football season, Mike Schuler, non-revenue sports, women's sports, Susan Pfeiffer, sports predictions, scholarships, and sports facility renovations. We deleted music at the beginning of the recording. Speakers: Stan Barber, Homer Rice
Up in the Air - Joan Aikens 1977-10-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Lee Hochberg, Eric Sisson, and Patti Bellis talk with Joan Aikens, the Commissioner of the Federal Election Commission, about campaign financing. We deleted extraneous audio at the beginning of the recording. Speakers: Joan Aikens, Lee Hochberg, Eric Sisson, Patti Bellis
To the Point - Diana Rathjen 1977-10-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks with Dr. Diana Rathjen about children's self-esteem. We deleted an off the air conversation at the beginning of the recording. Speakers: Diana Rathjen, Phil Konstantin
Up in the Air - Pavel Litvinov 1977-10-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," a DJ talks with Pavel Litvinov. They discuss Litvinov's biography, Russian beliefs, dissidents, labor camps, and the technology race. Speakers: Pavel Litvinov
To the Point - Robert Sterling 1977-10-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks with Robert Sterling about the Jesse H. Jones School of Business Administration and business ethics. We deleted repeated outro music at the end of the recording. Speakers: Robert Sterlin, Phil Konstantin
To the Point - William Howell 1977-11-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. William Howell about the psychology of energy conservation. Speakers: William Howell, Lee Hochberg
Radio Plays 1977-11-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The Rice Players and KTRU present two radio plays: "The Last Question" by Isaac Asimov and "Artist Descending a Staircase" by Tom Stoppard. Plays performed in Lyle's in the basement of Lovett College. Speakers: Carman Rodriguez, Mark Brennan, Peter Redding, Paul Todd, Mary Beth Lapis, Liz Israel, Karen Braitmayer, Roberta Witt, Paul Todd, Steve Ortego, Tom Moe, John Mark Bouler, Scott McDonald, Scott Froehlich, James Guenther, Margaret Elsea
To the Point - James Blackburn 1977-11-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with James Blackburn about land use proposals. Speakers: James Blackburn, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Paul Cloutier 1977-11-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Paul Cloutier about the future of science. Speakers: Paul Cloutier, Lee Hochberg
Up in the Air - Earl Butz 1977-11-14
State of the University 1977-11-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Norman Hackerman gives his yearly "State of the University" address and answers questions. He discusses faculty retention, government-controlled higher education vs. private higher education, women's sports, Title IX, Fondren Library, Southwest Conference participation, tuition, how Rice supplements the cost of a student's education, Brown Foundation challenge, co-ed colleges, overcrowding, Shepherd School of Music, Howard Hughes will litigation, current building construction. Abruptly ends. Speaker: Norman Hackerman
To the Point - John Clark 1977-11-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Irene Walker talks with Dr. John Clark about the artificial heart. Speaker: John Clark, Irene Walker
To the Point - Dr. Joyce Brothers 1977-11-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Joyce Brothers about the psychology of fragrance and relationships. Speakers: Dr. Joyce Brothers, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Fred von der Mehden 1977-11-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks with Dr. Fred von der Mehden about political violence. Speakers: Fred von der Mehden, Phil Konstantin
To the Point - Andrei Amalrik 1977-11-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Andrei Amalrik about his life in Russia as a dissident. Dr. Constantine Ushinsky serves as an interpreter. Speakers: Andrei Amalrik, Lee Hochberg, Constantine Ushinsky
To the Point - Charles Doran 1977-11-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Charles Doran about Anwar Sadat's visit to Israel. Speakers: Charles Doran, Lee Hochberg
College Bowl matches 1977-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Scott Hochberg moderates college bowls matches at Rice University. The recorder was left on during breaks between rounds and at the end of the recording. We deleted this extraneous audio. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Wes Parsons, Norby Foss, Paul Todd
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9 Houston election coverage 1977-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Houston city election coverage from various KTRU DJs and correspondents. We have deleted radio music throughout this recording. Speakers: Larry Fossi, Jim McConn, David Zumwalt, Lee Hochberg, Patti Bellis, Stan Barber, David Weiss
To the Point - Baine Kerr 1977-12-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Phil Konstantin talks with Baine Kerr, President of Pennzoil, about the oil industry and consumer issues. Speakers: Baine Kerr, Phil Konstantin
To the Point - Rice Chorale Christmas Music 1977-12-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Rice Chorale and Chamber Singers perform Christmas music. Performers: Rice Chorale
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1977-12-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Stephen Klineberg about the issue of abortion. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Lee Hochberg
George Clinton interview 1977
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler talks to George Clinton about recording, cancelled show in Houston, touring, Alice Cooper and KISS comparisons, Parliament and Funkadelic, Eddie Hazel, concert night performances, and his new work. Speakers: George Clinton, Bruce Kessler, Eric Sisson
Arbuckle Flat - Victor Viglino 1977-1978
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Arbuckle Flat," Victor Viglino plays classical music and talks with Trip Doss. This recordings has poor sound quality. Speakers: Victor Viglino, Trip Doss
News Master 5 1977-1978
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Rumor - Jones and Will Rice College becoming co-ed; (01:02) Rice Recycling Center building new facility; (02:11) Cathy Langford on Honor Council faculty representative; (02:59) Charles, Prince of Wales visit to Houston. Speakers: Stan Barber, Cathy Langford, Charles, Prince of Wales, Fred Hofheinz
To the Point - Herb Ward 1978-01-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Herb Ward about solar energy. Speakers: Herb Ward, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Alex Dessler 1978-01-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Alex Dessler about space colonies. Speakers: Alex Dessler, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - John Freeman 1978-01-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. John Freeman about solar satellite program. Speakers: John Freeman, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Joseph Cooper 1978-01-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Joseph Cooper about the U.S. House of Representatives and governmental ethics. Speakers: Joseph Cooper, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Robert Dix 1978-02-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Robert Dix about what the U.S. should do with Panama Canal and the treaties. Speakers: Robert Dix, Lee Hochberg
Leo Kottke interview 1978-02-06
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Leo Kottke's music is interwoven with interview clips. He discusses his arrest in Bonn, Germany, views on punk, Nick Lowe, his albums, producing, vocal vs. instrumental music, Chrysalis and performing. Speakers: Leo Kottke, David John Scribner
To the Point - Hugh Sanborn 1978-02-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Hugh Sanborn about Rice University students working at Casa de Amigos, a drug rehabilitation center. Speakers: Hugh Sanborn, Lee Hochberg
Arbuckle Flat - Don Sanders 1978-02-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Don Sanders on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. In the beginning, this recording is very poor. Speakers: Don Sanders, Trip Voss
To the Point - Donald Huddle 1978-02-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Donald Huddle about undocumented immigrants and the Simopson-Rodino bill. Speakers: Donald Huddle, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Edgar Edward 1978-02-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Edgar Edward about issues in Ethiopia. Speakers: Edgar Edward, Lee Hochberg
Backstage Interview - Edgar Winter 1978-02-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Backstage Interview," Bruce Kessler talks to Edgar Winter about the Trash Band, other project he would like to explore, Houston music venues, philosophy of making music, producing, musical beginnings, and marketable music. Speakers: Stan Barber, Bruce Kessler, Edgar Winter
Student Association elections 1978-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Stan Barber speaks with SA President candidates Marian Barber and Roy Beller. He also speaks to the Rice Thresher editor candidates: David Butler and Steve Sullivan. We have deleted radio music throughout this recording. Speakers: Stan Barber, Marian Barber, Roy Beller, David Butler, Steve Sullivan
Backstage Interview - Gordon Lightfoot 1978-03-06
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Stan Barber presents an interview of Gordon Lightfoot, which is interwoven with music. Lightfoot discusses how he got started in the business, Pee Wee Charles, his current touring band, his album Endless Wire, and songwriting. Speakers: Stan Barber, Gordon Lightfoot
To the Point - Frank Bearden 1978-03-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Frank Bearden about health and heart attacks. Speakers: Frank Bearden, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Walter Isle 1978-03-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Walter Isle about science fiction in the 1970s. Speakers: Walter Isle, Lee Hochberg
Arbuckle Flat - Vince Bell 1978-03-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Vince Bell on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Speakers: Trip Voss, Vince Bell
To the Point - Art Few 1978-03-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Art Few about biomass conversion. Speakers: Art Few, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Priscilla Huston 1978-03-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Priscilla Huston about the future of computing. Speakers: Priscilla Huston, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - William Martin 1978-03-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. William Martin about crime and criminals. Speakers: William Martin, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Allen Matusow 1978-03-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Allen Matusow about the 1960s. Speakers: Allen Matusow, Lee Hochberg
Horslips interview 1978-03-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler interviews members of Horslips, Eamon Carr and Jim Lockhart, about the band's origins, creating their unique sound, songwriting, recording, "The Book of Invasions," instrumentation, album artwork, name of the band, acoustic album, playing with other bands, and working with different labels. They also do a station ID. Speakers: Eamon Carr, Jim Lockhart, Bruce Kessler
To the Point - Neils Neilsen 1978-03-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Neils Neilsen about Pres. Jimmy Carter and human rights. Speakers: Neils Neilsen, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Peter Rowe 1978-04-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Peter Rowe about city land use planning. Speakers: Peter Rowe, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Vladimir Lyatokho 1978-04-06
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Vladimir Lyatokho about the relationship between Russia and China. Speakers: Vladimir Lyatokho, Lee Hochberg
Backstage Interview - Carlos Alomar 1978-04-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler interviews Carlos Alomar rhythm guitarist in David Bowie's touring band and on his albums. Alomar discusses Bowie's current tour, recording Bowie's music, playing Bowie's catalog on tour, his production company, songwriting, his session work, and his work with Iggy Pop. Speakers: Carlos Alomar, Bruce Kessler
To the Point - Charles Philpott 1978-04-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Charles Philpott about genetic engineering and cloning. Speakers: Charles Philpott, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Carl Sharpe 1978-04-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Carl Sharpe about mass transit. Speakers: Carl Sharpe, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Bobby May and Marty Froelich 1978-04-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Bobby May and Marty Froelich about the psychology of long distance running. Speakers: Bobby May, Marty Froelich, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - James Arnold 1978-05-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks with James Arnold about "reunion" as an alternative to deprogramming from religious cults. Speakers: James Arnold, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Konstantin Kolenda 1978-05-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks with Dr. Konstantin Kolenda about coping with death and dying. Speakers: Konstantin Kolenda, Scott Hochberg
Backstage Interview - John McLaughlin 1978-05-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Ricky Dyke interviews John McLaughlin. He discusses his audience, revisiting the electric guitar, Shakti and their albums, touring, writing music, jamming with Jimi Hendrix, and opinions on other jazz groups. Speakers: John McLaughlin, Ricky Dyke
Backstage Interview - Nick Lowe 1978-05-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler interviews Nick Lowe. They discuss the disposability of pop music, music production, songwriting, creating the album Pure Pop for Now People, pub rock and humor, power pop, death of punk, and new wave. Speakers: Nick Lowe, Bruce Kessler
To the Point - Paul Cloutier 1978-05-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks with Dr. Paul Cloutier about the sunken USS Hatteras. Speakers: Paul Cloutier, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Scott Harris 1978-05-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks with Dr. Scott Harris about disarmament and the arms race. Speakers: Scott Harris, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Reese Duke 1978-06-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks with Dr. Reese Duke about education in Texas. Speakers: Reese Duke, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Baruch Brody 1978-06-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks with Dr. Baruch Brody about the consumer movement. Speakers: Baruch Brody, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Donald Huddle 1978-06-06
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks with Dr. Donald Huddle about inflation and the future of the U.S. economy. Speakers: Don Huddle, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Chad Gordon 1978-06-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks with Dr. Chad Gordon about dealing with aged. Speakers: Chad Gordon, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - William Howell 1978-06-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks with Dr. William Howell about the psychology of energy conservation. Speakers: William Howell, Scott Hochberg
Nigel Olsson interview 1978
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Spring 1978, Bruce Kessler talks to Nigel Olsson about his early music career, playing with the Elton John Band, producing, his solo career, and touring. Speakers: Nigel Olsson, Bruce Kessler, Walter Keeler
Gary Burton interview 1978
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A DJ talks to Gary Burton about his influences, former students, audiences around the world, technique, perceptions as a musician, branching out with atypical jazz musicians, stage outfits as costume, and upcoming plans. Speakers: Gary Burton
Sub-Series: 1978/1979
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9 Journey interview 1978-07-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bruce Kessler talks to members of Journey about adding Steve Perry, selecting material, touring, new music, playing with Santana before creating Journey, and national reception and airplay. They do a station ID. We changed the speed of this recording. Speakers: Steve Perry, Neal Schon, Gregg Rolie, Ross Valory, Aynsley Dunbar
To the Point - Charlotte Peltier 1978-07-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Charlotte Peltier about beach management. Speakers: Charlotte Peltier, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Joan Boorman 1978-07-06
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Joan Boorman about bilingual education. Speakers: Joan Boorman, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Curt Michel 1978-07-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Curt Michel about the problems with the Skylab satellite. Speakers: Curt Michel, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Phil Bedient 1978-07-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Phil Bedient about water run-off and pollution. We deleted extraneous audio at the ending. Speakers: Phil Bedient, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Harold Hyman 1978-07-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Austin Bay talks to Dr. Harold Hyman about the Equal Rights Amendment. We deleted extraneous audio at the ending. Speakers: Harold Hyman, Austin Bay
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10 To the Point - Ray Alborn 1978-07-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Austin Bay talks to Coach Ray Alborn about Rice Owls football. Speakers: Ray Alborn, Austin Bay
To the Point - Kathleen Matthews 1978-08-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Kathleen Matthews about the ethics of genetic research and test tube babies. Speakers: Kathleen Matthews, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Gordon Smith 1978-09-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks with Dr. Gordon Smith about the state of the dollar. Speakers: Gordon Smith, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Paul Harcombe 1978-09-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Paul Harcombe about endangered species. Speakers: Paul Harcombe, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Bonnie Hellums 1978-09-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Austin Bay talks to Bonnie Hellums about sex education. Speakers: Bonnie Hellums, Austin Bay
To the Point - Chandler Davidson 1978-06-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Chandler Davidson about the workforce. Speakers: Chandler Davidson, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Scott Harris 1978-09-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Scott Harris about the Middle East peace process. Speakers: Scott Harris, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Father Don Benjamin 1978-10-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Father Don Benjamin about the search for a new pope and the Catholic Church. Speakers: Father Don Benjamin, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Jean Claude De Braemaker 1978-10-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Jean Claude De Braemaker about earthquakes. Speakers: Jean Claude De Braemaker, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Richard Smith 1978-10-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Richard Smith about China. Speakers: Richard Smith, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Richard Butler 1978-10-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Richard Butler about the recent passage of the energy bill. Speakers: Richard Butler, Lee Hochberg
Lovett College Musicale 1978-10-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The men of Lovett College, as well as Associates, perform for the college.
To the Point - Richard Haugh 1978-10-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Richard Haugh about Russia's crackdown on dissidents. Speakers: Richard Haugh, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - John Newport 1978-11-06
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. John Newport about religion and its role in futurology. Speakers: John Newport, Lee Hochberg
Arbuckle Flat - Monica McNeil and Jean Kilbourn 1978-11-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Monica McNeil and Jean Kilbourn perform on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Speakers: Mary Kay Zuravleff, Monica McNeil, Jean Kilbourn
To the Point - Gilbert Cuthbertson 1978-11-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Gilbert Cuthbertson about Gov. Bill Clemmons and Texas political myths. Speakers: Gilbert Cuthbertson, Lee Hochberg
Justice Arthur Goldberg speech 1978-11-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Justice Arthur Goldberg speaks at Rice University about the U.S. Constitution and its amendments, freedom of religion, no national church, freedom of religion in Communist countries, being entitled to dignity, jobs, and the Helsinki accord. Speakers: Arthur Goldberg, Niels Nielsen
David Butler - Calendar Telescope 1978-11-19-1978-12-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: David Butler reports on all events on campus, as well as weather, for the dates 11-19, 11-20, 12-01, 12-02, 12-04, and 12-05. He also does multiple takes. In the middle of the recording. Because of recording issues, we have altered this recording. Speaker: David Butler
To the Point - John Newport 1978-11-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. John Newport about the Peoples Temple, Jonestown massacre, Jim Jones, and cults. Speakers: John Newport, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Eva Lee 1978-11-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Eva Lee about women in sports. Speakers: Eva Lee, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Konstantin Kolenda 1978-12-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Konstantin Kolenda about humanism and religion. Speakers: Konstantin Kolenda, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Edward Williams 1978-12-06
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Edward Williams about small business owners. Speakers: Edward Williams, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Mary Rawlinson 1978-12-08
To the Point - Diana Rathjen 1978-12-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Diana Rathjen about the importance of touch and communication in relationships. Speakers: Diana Rathjen, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Scott Harris 1978-12-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Scott Harris about the U.S. civil defense system and nuclear war. Speakers: Scott Harris, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Robert Patten 1978-12-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks with Dr. Robert Patten about Charles Dickens' views on Christmas. Speakers: Robert Patten, Scott Hochberg
Arbuckle Flat - Stephen Jarrard 1979-01-06
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Stephen Jarrard and Franci Files perform on the "Arbuckle Flat" program. Speakers: Stephen Jarrard, Franci Files
To the Point - William Martin 1979-01-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. William Martin about TV and radio evangelists. Speakers: William Martin, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Rob Daniels 1979-01-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Rob Daniels about Pioneer-Venus probe. Speakers: Rob Daniels, Lee Hochberg
David Bowie interview 1979-01-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: This interview was created by Thirsty Ear Productions in conjunction with RCA's Nipper Series. Bowie's live and in studio music plays in between interview clips. Bowie discusses his work with Brian Eno, his theatrical personas, what he did in 1977-1978, use of electronics in his music, and his films. Speaker: David Bowie
To the Point - Richard Smith 1979-01-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Richard Smith about the changes in China and diplomacy. Speakers: Richard Smith, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Norman Hackerman 1979-01-31
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Norman Hackerman about issues at the private university. Speakers: Norman Hackerman, Lee Hochberg
Bill Baldwin interview 1979-02-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jim Fowler interviews Bill Baldwin '71 about his work with Robert Altman in Bruster McCloud, Larry McMurtry, Peter Bogdanovich, The Last Picture Show, and his screenplay Suede Holloway. We deleted radio music at the beginning and end of the recordings. Speaker: Bill Baldwin, Jim Fowler
Hall & Oates interview 1979-02-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: This interview was created by Thirsty Ear Productions in conjunction with RCA's Nipper Series. Hall & Oates' live and in studio music plays in between interview clips. Darryl Hall and John Oates discuss their new album, groupies, defining their sound, studio musicians, making great music, and side projects. Speakers: Darryl Hall, John Oates
Arbuckle Flat - John Grimaudo 1979-02-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: John Grimaudo performs on the "Arbuckle Flat" program. Speakers: John Grimaudo
Arbuckle Flat - Paul Miles and Bruce Atkinson 1979-02-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Paul Miles and Bruce Atkinson perform on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Speakers: Paul Miles, Bruce Atkinson
Up in the Air - Guardian Angels 1979-02-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air" Mary Kay Zuravleff interviews Jim Anderson and Herb Meekins [sp?]. Anderson and Meekins discuss their role as the Guardian Angels cheerleading squad for the Houston Angels team from the Women's Professional Basketball League. We deleted an off the air conversation at the beginning of the recording. Speakers: Mary Kay Zuravleff, Jim Anderson
Campus Wide Elections 1979-02-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Report on students running for campus wide positions. Speakers: Jeff Hochberg, Matt Muller, Richard Dees, Gene Creely
Arbuckle Flat - Carole Griffin 1979-02-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Carole Griffin performs on the "Arbuckle Flat" radio program. Speakers: Carole Griffin
To the Point - Charles Doran 1979-02-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Charles Doran about political unrest in Iran. Speakers: Charles Doran, Lee Hochberg
News Morgue 1978-11-28-1979-02-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) John Freeman on uses of $500,000 campus store excess; (01:34) Richard Smith on China; (03:58) Baseball stadium renovation; (04:36) Mardi Gras in New Orleans cancelled; (05:45) Geoffrey Barallough on Europe; (06:27) Charles Doran on Iranian crisis; (09:42) John Barth speaks at Rice; (11:30) Liz Heitman on blanket tax increase for TexPIRG. Speakers: John Freeman, Richard smith, Stan Barber, Katie Caraway, Geoffrey Barallough, Charles Doran, John Barth, Liz Heitman, Lee Hochberg, Bruce Davies, Linda McNutt, Cindy McCabe
Up in the Air - Family Service Center 1979-02-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Steve Hahn speaks with Jerald Gottlieb and Jackie McMillan [sp?] from the Family Service Center about the creative expression of anger workshop. Speakers: Steve Hahn, Jerald Gottlieb
To the Point - Fred von der Mehden 1979-03-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Fred von der Mehden about political risk analysis. Speakers: Fred von der Mehden, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Salomon Bochner 1979-03-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Salomon Bochner about the life of Albert Einstein. Speakers: Salomon Bochner, Lee Hochberg
College Dues discussion 1979-03-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Two KTRU DJs talk to a student about the upcoming vote on college dues increase proposal. The audio is unedited.
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11 Up in the Air - Joe Girard 1979-03-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Tim Case interviews Joe Girard about sales and his techniques. Speakers: Joe Girard, Tim Case
To the Point - Herb Ward 1979-03-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Herb Ward about public safety and toxic substances. Speakers: Herb Ward, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Edgar Edwards 1979-03-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Edgar Edwards about conflicts in Africa and how democratic and communist countries are intervening. Speakers: Edgar Edwards, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Alexander Dessler 1979-04-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Alexander Dessler about Voyager I and the merits of the space program. Speakers: Alexander Dessler, Lee Hochberg
SRC Basement Beer Hall Melodrama Intermission 1979-03-31
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Sid Richardson College folio act during the Basement Beer Hall Melodrama intermission. Speakers: Craig Lackey, Alan Miller, Jerry Garcia, Paul Reinhardt, Dave Gutierrez, Walter Underwood
To the Point - Frank Bearden and Harriette Bearden 1979-04-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Frank Bearden and Harriette Bearden about stress. Speakers: Frank Bearden, Harriette Bearden, Lee Hochberg
Backstage Interview - Stan Getz 1979-04-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Backstage Interview," Walter Keeler interviews Stan Getz about using electronics on his new album, his musical experiences, his changing lineup, writing music, improvisation, and producing. Speakers: Stan Getz, Walter Keeler
To the Point - Paul Cloutier 1979-04-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Paul Cloutier about nuclear energy options after Three Mile Island. Speakers: Paul Cloutier, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Robert Wilson 1979-04-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Robert Wilson, newly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics, about the Big Bang Theory. Speakers: Robert Wilson, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1979-04-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Stephen Klineberg about how rising fuel prices affect the public. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Ira Gruber 1979-04-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Ira Gruber about conflicts between French and English Canadians. Speakers: Ira Gruber, Lee Hochberg
The Best of Bad Radio, volume 1 1979-04-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) "Roxanne" by the Police with a crow; (02:29) Lead-out grooves; (04:49) Neil Sedaka vs. Steve Reich; (07:10) "Blear's Paint"; (08:32) "My Wife"; (10:38) Interview with Shawn Chastity; (22:25) Jim Fowler does Rod McKuen; (27:06) Uncle Nasty's Helpful Hint for the Day; (28:50) Styx on both turntables; (33:36) AM radio and the songs they play; (36:10) Mental Health Matters; (38:57) Earth-Mom News; (41:34) Dial-A-Diatribe with Brother Walter; (44:33) Brother John; (49:30) "My Darling Lisa"; (52:54) Rod McKuen; (55:12) Crow and sign-ff; (58:16) Am Radio and the songs they play. We deleted a large section of dead-air from the middle of this recording. Speakers: John "Grungy" Gladu, John Taylor, Jim Fowler
Bluegrass band live 1979-05-01
To the Point - Charles Doran 1979-05-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Lee Hochberg talks with Dr. Charles Doran about the Strategic Arms Limitations Talks/Treaty (SALT). Speakers: Charles Doran, Lee Hochberg
To the Point - Phil Bedient 1979-05-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Phil Bedient about flood control and water quality in Texas. Speakers: Phil Bedient, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Gordon Smith 1979-05-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Collyn Peddie talks with Dr. Gordon Smith about trade with Japan. Speakers: Gordon Smith, Collyn Peddie
To the Point - Martin Wiener 1979-05-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Martin Wiener about Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's conservative party take over in British politics. Speakers: Martin Wiener, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Robert Sterling 1979-06-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Collyn Peddie talks with Dr. Robert Sterling about business education in the U.S. and at the Jones School of Business Administration. Speakers: Robert Sterling, Collyn Peddie
To the Point - Sarah Burnett 1979-06-06
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Sarah Burnett about sex differences in spatial visualization and mathematical ability. Speakers: Sarah Burnett, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Elizabeth Long 1979-06-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Elizabeth Long about intimacy in American society. Speakers: Elizabeth Long, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Brian Huberman 1979-06-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Brian Huberman about documentary films. Speakers: Brian Huberman, Kathryn Makris
Up in the Air - Nuclear Energy 1979
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Mary Kay Zuravleff and Steve Hahn talk with John Kaufman and Dr. Thomas W. Leland, Jr. about nuclear energy. Recording abruptly ends. Speakers: Richard Holland, Thomas W. Leland, Jr., John Kaufman, Steve Hahn
John Wetton interview 1979
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Walter Keeler interviews John Wetton of U.K. about the new tour, King Crimson, the break-up, U.K., Allan Holdsworth, Family, Uriah Heep, "Danger Money" album, songwriting, other collaborations, and Eddie Jobson. Speakers: John Wetton, Walter Keeler
Up in the Air - Cynthia Potter 1979
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Mary Kay Zuravleff and Walter Keeler interview Cynthia Potter about her directing career, long plays, finding the right play to direct, directing at Main Street Theatre, future plans, working with actors, and inspiration. Speakers: Cynthia Potter, Walter Keeler, Mary Kay Zuravleff
Sub-Series: 1979/1980
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11 To the Point - Diana Rathjen 1979-07-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Diana Rathjen about children's self-esteem. Speakers: Diana Rathjen, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Fred von der Mehden 1979-07-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Fred von der Mehden about Southeast Asia refugees. Speakers: Fred von der Mehden, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Geoffrey Winningham 1979-07-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Geoffrey Winningham about photography and its mechanics. Speakers: Geoffrey Winningham, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Jim Blackburn 1979-08-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Jim Blackburn about legal impediments to flood control. Speakers: Jim Blackburn, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Linda Driskill 1979-08-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Linda Driskill about continuing education programs. Speakers: Linda Driskill, Kathryn Makris
Virginia Stroud interview 1979-08-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Virginia Stroud talks about Native American history, Buffalo Soldiers, her art technique, being a woman artist in her Native community, working with dealers, and Native American culture and politics. This is a poor recording. We deleted extraneous audio at the end of this recording. Speakers: Virginia Stroud
To the Point - Herb Ward 1979-08-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Herb Ward about environmental consequences of the Ixtoc I oil spill. Speakers: Herb Ward, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - John Adams 1979-09-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. John Adams about the term "energy crisis" and its reality. Speakers: John Adams, Kathryn Makris
St. Elmo’s Fire Interview 1979-09-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Donald Buchholz and Rich Koehler interview Ezra Idlet, Keith Grimwood, and Mike of St. Elmo's Fire. The band talks about their history and line-up changes. Speakers: Ezra Idlet, Keith Grimwood, Donald Buchholz, Rich Koehler
To the Point - Joseph Cooper 1979-09-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Joseph Cooper about issues in the social sciences. Speakers: Joseph Cooper, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Gilbert Cuthbertson 1979-09-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Gilbert Cuthbertson about the 1965 voting rights act. Speakers: Gilbert Cuthbertson, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Harry Ransom 1979-09-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Harry Ransom about energy saving through architecture. Speakers: Harry Ransom, Kathryn Makris
Jerry Rubin speech 1979-10-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jerry Rubin addresses Rice and takes questions from the audience. Rubin discusses protesting in the 1960s, reviews major events of the decade, Vietnam War, Watergate, Kent State University, life in the 1970s, his predictions for the 1980s. Speakers: Allen Matusow, Jerry Rubin
Up in the Air - David Ross, part 1 1979-10-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," an interviewer speaks with David Ross who owns Prairie Fire bookstore, which sells Chinese books and crafts. He discusses Chinese culture and their interactions with U.S. culture. Speaker: David Ross
Up in the Air - David Ross, part 2 1979-10-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," an interviewer speaks with David Ross who owns Prairie Fire bookstore, which sells Chinese books and crafts. He discusses Chinese culture and their interactions with U.S. culture. We deleted radio music at end of the recording. Speaker: David Ross
To the Point - Capt. Wade Melton 1979-10-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Capt. Wade Melton about the U.S. Navy and funding. Speakers: Wade Melton, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - H.C. Clark 1979-10-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. H.C. Clark about geological hazards in Texas. Speakers: H.C. Clark, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Robert Dix 1979-10-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris speaks to Dr. Robert Dix about the U.S. and Mexico relations and energy issues. Speakers: Robert Dix, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Douglas North 1979-10-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Matt Muller speaks to Dr. Douglas North about recent U.S. stock market volatility. Speakers: Douglas North, Matt Muller
Up in the Air - Travis Morales Netta Reynolds 1979-10-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Laura Rohwer speaks with Travis Morales supporter of and Netta Reynolds a member of the Revolutionary Communist Party. They discuss the party's values, revolutionary thought and actions during the 1960s, legal issues, relationship to the Rice community, and Jerry Rubin. Speakers: Laura Rohwer, Travis Morales, Netta Reynolds
Cart Master, vol I 1979-10-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Technical difficulties sign-off; (00:44) Cheer station ID; (01:03) Africa station ID; (01:29) George Clinton station ID; (01:40) Roy Ayers station ID; (01:54) George Clinton station ID; (02:08) Grungy's Computer voice sign-on and sign-off; (03:40) Mechanical voice box sign off; (06:48) Rice Campus Store ad; (07:11) "Rushed" rush for requests; (07:38) Tiger Okosh station ID; (07:46) Gary Burton station ID; (08:04) Iggy Pop station ID; (08:12:) Graham Parker station ID; (08:18) Boz Scaggs station ID; (08:23) Fee Waybill station ID; (08:35) Stevie Nicks station IDs; (08:52) Mick Fleetwood station ID; (09:04) Janis Ian station ID; (09:12) Frank Zappa station ID; (09:23) Rick Wakeman station ID; (09:31) Jon Anderson station ID; (09:35) Rick Nielsen station ID; (09:47) Gary Wright station ID; (09:55) Eric Bloom station ID; (10:09) John Wetton station ID; (10:22) Reverb ID sign-on and visit the big board; (11:44) Keith Robinson Show intro; (12:07) St. Elmo's Fire KTRU jingle; (13:51) Radio scan intro; (17:16) St. Elmo's Fire "Damian's Dilemma"; (22:17) St. Elmo's Fire "The Lady Has No Heart"; (27:14) St. Elmo's Fire "Rainbows Shatter"; (30:55) Rawslyn Ruffin "Ode to Shakespeare"; (33:35) Richard Dobson "500 Miles from the Mexican Border"; (36:26) Jean Kilbourn and Monica McNeil "Last Born Rainbow"; (41:55) Tim Curry "Sloe Gin"; (47:28) Firesign Theatre "Give Up This Day." Speakers: George Clinton, Roy Ayers, John Gladu, Tiger Okosh, Gary Burton, Iggy Pop, Graham Parker, Boz Scaggs, Fee Waybill, Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, Janis Ian, Frank Zappa, Rick Wakeman, Jon Anderson, Rick Nielsen, Gary Wright, Eric Bloom, John Wetton, Craig Calvert, Connie Mims, Ezra Idlet, Keith Grimwood, Damian Hevia, Rawslyn Ruffin, Richard Dobson, Jean Kilbourn, Monica McNeil, Tim Curry
Cart Master, vol. II 1979-10-19-1980-07-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Blears Weather-Beaten Paint commercial; (01:33) Iggy and the Stooges "I'm Sick of You"; (08:26) David Bowie "Heroes" in German; (12:02) Fleetwood Mac "Silver Springs"; (16:24) Bubble Puppy "Hot Some and Sasafrass"; (19:03) Bubble Puppy "Lonely"; (22:04) The Moving Sidewalks "99th Floor"; (24:25) The Moving Sidewalks "What Are You Going To Do"; (26:54) The Towering promo; (27:53) National Lampoon promos; (32:31) Jazz show promo; (33:31) 10th year anniversary promos; (34:30) Bumper sticker promos; (38:36) PSA on child abuse; (39:39) General Vietnamics promo; (40:55) Bruce Springsteen "The Fever." Speakers: John Gladu, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, Bubble Puppy, The Moving Sidewalks, Bruce Springsteen
Jeff Daiell interview 1979-10-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," John Griffin and Pete Elloway speak with Jeff Daiell who is running for Houston City Council. Daiell discusses crime fighting, Clear Lake, and outsourcing city business. Speakers: Jeff Daiell, Pete Elloway, John Griffin
To the Point - Faye Boudreaux 1979-10-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris speaks to Faye Boudreaux about women in engineering. Speakers: Faye Boudreaux, Kathryn Makris
Swami Brahmananda interview 1979-10-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Matt Muller speaks to Dr. Francis Lowenheim about his research on Pres. Eisenhower's White House audio tape transcripts. Speakers: Francis Lowenheim, Matt Muller
To the Point - Francis Lowenheim 1979-10-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Matt Muller speaks to Dr. Francis Lowenheim about his research on Pres. Eisenhower's White House audio tape transcripts. Speakers: Francis Lowenheim, Matt Muller
Wiess School of Natural Sciences dedication 1979-11-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: During the Wiess School of Natural Sciences dedication, Dr. William E. Gordon, Robert R. Herring, and Pres. Norman Hackerman give remarks. Dr. Frank Press speaks on "Science and Our Future." Speakers: William E. Gordon, Robert R. Herring, Norman Hackerman, Frank Press
To the Point - Pat Reiff 1979-11-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Matt Muller talks with Dr. Pat Reiff about space solar power satellites. Speakers: Pat Reiff, Matt Muller
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12 To the Point - Fred von der Mehden 1979-11-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Matt Muller speaks to Dr. Fred von der Mehden about the U.S.'s role in foreign affairs. Speakers: Fred von der Mehden, Matt Muller
To the Point - Herb Ward 1979-11-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Herb Ward about the National Center for Groundwater Research. Speakers: Herb Ward, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Frank Fisher 1979-12-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Frank Fisher about environmental reclamation and estuaries. Speakers: Frank Fisher, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Allen Matusow 1979-12-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Allen Matusow about the 1970s. Speakers: Allen Matusow, Kathryn Makris
Catfish Hodge interview 1979
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ speaks with Catfish Hodge about his career. Hodge also plays music and records a station ID. Speaker: Catfish Hodge
To the Point - Joan Boorman 1980-01-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Joan Boorman about Mexican masculinity. Speakers: Joan Boorman, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Richard Smith 1980-01-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Matt Muller talks with Dr. Richard Smith about the relationship between the U.S., Russia, and China vis-à-vis Afghanistan. Speakers: Richard Smith, Matt Muller
Dan Downey interview 1980-01-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Dan Downey, running for the Texas State Legislature District 80, discusses his plans for education reform and crime reform. We deleted extraneous audio from the beginning of this recording. Speakers: Mark Linimon, Dan Downey
To the Point - William Howell 1980-01-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. William Howell about his recent Houston crime study. Speakers: William Howell, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Kathleen Matthews 1980-01-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Matt Muller talks with Dr. Kathleen Matthews about test tube babies. Speakers: Kathleen Matthews, Matt Muller
To the Point - John Margrave 1980-01-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Matt Muller talks with Dr. John Margrave about scientific research spending. Speakers: John Margrave, Matt Muller
To the Point - John Freeman 1980-02-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Matt Muller talks with Dr. John Freeman about energy costs and future budgetary planning. Speakers: John Freeman, Matt Muller
To the Point - Frank Bearden 1980-02-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Frank Bearden about physical fitness in the U.S. Speakers: Frank Bearden, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - John Anderson 1980-02-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. John Anderson about marine geology in Antarctica. Speakers: John Anderson, Kathryn Makris
State of the University 1980-02-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The Rice Associates present Norman Hackerman giving his "State of the University" address. He discusses faculty salaries, administration, the athletic program, and energy. Secretary of the Department of Energy Charles Duncan speaks about energy use. Speakers: Norman Hackerman, Charles Duncan
Up in the Air - Philip Roos 1980-02-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Philip Roos talks about his book about how parents and professionals can care for handicapped children. We deleted extraneous audio from the beginning of this recording. Speakers: Philip Roos
Up in the Air - Sanford Criner 1980-02-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Walter Keeler and Mark Linimon interview Sanford Criner, owner of the Rockefeller's music venue. He discusses renovating the Heights State Bank building, choosing and booking talent, promotion, and dealing with musicians and managers. Speakers: Sanford Criner, Walter Keeler, Mark Linimon
Anti-Draft Rally at Hermann Park 1980-02-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Speakers and singers protest President Jimmy Carter and Congress's renewal of draft registration. Because the tape was recorded at a very fast speed, we have corrected it. We also removed white noise. Speakers: Richard King, Jim Steele, Jeff Calvert
Up in the Air - Rev. Charles A. Moore 1980-02-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Rev. Charles A. Moore talks about his mission to Iran to visit with hostages and plead for their release, during the Iran hostage crisis. We deleted extraneous audio from the beginning of this recording. Speakers: Charles A. Moore, Jim Fowler, Frank Vance, David Butler
To the Point - Ken Kennedy 1980-02-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Ken Kennedy about relating to computers, their history, and future. Speakers: Ken Kennedy, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - Niels Nielsen 1980-02-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Niels Nielsen about religious studies in public schools. Speakers: Niels Nielsen, Kathryn Makris
To the Point - James Blackburn 1980-03-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with James Blackburn about energy planning. Speakers: James Blackburn, Kathryn Makris
Christianity vs. Humanism debate (2 audio cassettes) 1980-03-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Dr. Norman Geisler and Dr. Konstantin Kolenda debate, representing Christianity and Humanism respectively. They also answer questions on the topic. Speakers: Greg Hinkle, Norman Geisler, Konstantin Kolenda
News Morgue 1980-03-17-1980-04-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Lone Star Train Route rally; (04:21) Baker College Shakespeare Festival; (08:53) Norman Hackerman announces Lovett and Jones College become co-ed; (09:58) Baker Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet review; (12:23) Rice Players' Seascape; (14:09) New administrative appointments; (15:45) Arne Troelstra interview; (22:40) Beer Bike update; (23:47) John B. Anderson running for independent presidential candidate; (24:40) Sid Richardson College bomb; (26:20) League of Women Voters Republican debate; (30:31) Gen. David Jones on Iran hostage rescue; (30:37) John Ford of Gov. Bill Clements on Iran hostage rescue; (31:10) John Tower on Iran hostage rescue; (31:46) Sen. Ted Kennedy on Iran hostage rescue; (32:35) Lovett College chili cock-off; (33:49) Pres. Jimmy Carter on Sec. Cyrus Vance resignation; (34:40) Earl Cooper in NFL draft; (35:44) NFL draft. Speakers: David Butler, Francis Loewenheim, Al Edwards, Jim Hoffmeister, Jack Martin, Jeffrey Kurtzman, Norman Hackerman, Paul C. Graves, Mary Kay Zuravleff, Arne Troelstra, George H. W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, Bill Brey, David Jones, John Ford, John Tower, Jimmy Carter, Ted Kennedy, David Tuttle
To the Point - Joseph Cooper 1980-03-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Kathryn Makris talks with Dr. Joseph Cooper about the relationship between the U.S. president and congress. Speakers: Joseph Cooper, Kathryn Makris
Arbuckle Flat - Randal Calcote 1980-03-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Randal Calcote performs on the show "Arbuckle Flat." We have removed white noise from this recording. Speakers: Walter Keeler, Randal Calcote
To the Point - Robert Stein 1980-03-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Steve Sailer talks with Dr. Robert Stein about federal funding for state and local governments. Speakers: Robert Stein, Steve Sailer
To the Point - Frank Bearden 1980-03-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Mark Winstein talks with Dr. Frank Bearden about the U.S.'s boycott of the 1980 Olympics. Speakers: Frank Bearden, Mark Winstein
News Archive 1 1980-04-01-1980-08-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Jones and Lovett Colleges becoming co-ed in Fall 1980; (01:29) Sen. Edward Kennedy critiquing Pres. Jimmy Carter; (02:38) Sen. Edward Kennedy on unemployment; (03:36) George Bush for President Headquarters on Texas primary night; (05:39) Gov. Bill Clements on Texas Republican Headquarters; (06:45) Gov. Ronald Reagan on winning delegates; (07:33) Democratic chairman John White on winning in general election; (08:02) Ken Dye appointed Director of the Marching Owl Band; (10:27) 1980 matriculation; (11:58) Dr. Richard Schuberth's faculty address; (14:02) David Butler's calendar; (18:30) David Butler's Nightowl calendar. Speakers: Bill Bray, Norman Hackerman, Edward Kennedy, Greg Smith, Lance Crabbe, Barbara Bush, Bill Clements, Ronald Reagan, John White, David Butler, David Tuttle, Richard Schuberth
To the Point - Niels Nielsen 1980-04-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Steve Sailer talks with Dr. Niels Nielsen about the rise of religious fundamentalism in Iran. Speakers: Niels Nielsen, Steve Sailer
To the Point - Walter Isle and Flournoy Manzo 1980-04-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks with Dr. Walter Isle and Flournoy Manzo about "Round Two," a new college program for non-traditional students. Speakers: Walter Isle, Flournoy Manzo, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Paul Cloutier 1980-04-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks with Dr. Paul Cloutier about mining and exploiting the space's resources. Speakers: Paul Cloutier, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Pat Reiff 1980-04-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Mark Winstein talks with Dr. Pat Reiff about the Citizen's Environmental Coalition. Speakers: Pat Reiff, Mark Winstein
Men's Beer Bike race 1980-04-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Eric Sisson and David Tuttle call the Men's Beer Bike race. Speakers: David Tuttle, Eric Sisson
To the Point - Carrin Dunne 1980-04-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Tom Birch talks to Dr. Carrin Dunne about modern morality and concerns. Speakers: Carrin Dunne, Tom Birch
To the Point - Tom Hill 1980-04-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks with Dr. Tom Hill about Jupiter. Speakers: Tom Hill, Thad Pugh
Up in the Air - Signe Walker 1980-04-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Suzanne Tolbert speaks with Signe Waller, widow of James Waller, M.D. who was killed by members of the Ku Klux Klan during an anti-Klan rally in Greensboro, NC on November 3, 1979. Waller is joined by a member of the Communist Worker's Party. Waller describes the event and gives background on the police's response, as well the fallout from the event. Speakers: Signe Waller, Suzanne Tolbert
To the Point - Ken Kennedy 1980-04-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Mark Winstein talks with Dr. Ken Kennedy about the future of the computer. Speakers: Ken Kennedy, Mark Winstein
To the Point - Chad Gordon 1980-04-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Chad Gordon about solar power satellites. Speakers: Chad Gordon, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Gilbert Cuthbertson 1980-04-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Mark Winstein talks with Dr. Gilbert Cuthbertson about women in Texs history. Speakers: Gilbert Cuthbertson, Mark Winstein
To the Point - Gordon Wittenberg 1980-04-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Mark Winstein talks with Dr. Gordon Wittenberg about energy use and architecture. Speakers: Gordon Wittenberg, Mark Winstein
To the Point - Bill Colson 1980-05-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Bill Colson about free-electron lasers. Speakers: Bill Colson, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Meredith Skura 1980-05-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Steve Sailer talks with Dr. Meredith Skura about mental illness and literature. Speakers: Meredith Skura, Steve Sailer
To the Point - Gordon Smith 1980-05-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks with Dr. Gordon Smith about the current economic recession. Speakers: Gordon Smith, Thad Pugh
Richard Dobson, part 1 1980-06-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Richard Dobson performs and talks about his life. We deleted radio music at end of recording. Speakers: David John Scribner, Richard Dobson
Richard Dobson, part 2 1980-06-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Richard Dobson performs and talks about his life. We deleted radio music at the end of the recording. Speakers: David John Scribner, Richard Dobson
Rice Composers 1980
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Rice Composers," Kery Jones, Scott Gehman, Rawslyn Ruffin, and Lisa Willis talk about pieces that they have composed as a brass quintet and individually. Speakers: Kerry Jones, Scott Gehman, Rawslyn Ruffin, Lisa Willis
Sub-Series: 1980/1981
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12 To the Point - Mark Brice 1980-07-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Mark Brice about the documentary "Vietnam in Texas" about Seadrift, TX. Speakers: Mark Brice, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Phil Bedient 1980-07-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Phil Bedient about drought conditions. Speakers: Phil Bedient, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Robert Dix 1980-07-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Robert Dix about the reasons for Cuban immigration. Speakers: Robert Dix, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Tom McCaleb 1980-07-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Tom McCaleb about problems in the auto industry. Speakers: Tom McCaleb, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Frank Tittle 1980-08-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Frank Tittle about laser technology in China. Speakers: Frank Tittle, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - George Greanias 1980-08-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to George Greanias about corporate responsibility and ethics. Speakers: George Greanias, Scott Hochberg
News Archive 2 1980-08-29 - 1980-10-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Provost William Gordon on reduction of NOTS accounts; (00:43) Lynn Lednicky on student directory; (01:09) New photo ID Cards; (02:37) Ken Dye on MOB uniforms; (02:47) Marion Hicks on Pub and Cohen House inspections; (03:02) Hally Poindexter on Dean of Humanities search; (03:14) Rice Owls football vs. Clemson preview; (04:05) Death of Dr. John Parish; (05:29) Rice Owls football vs. Tulane at Superdome; (08:34) Campanile distribution; (08:56) Dr. Stewart Baker's eulogy for Dr. John Parish; (09:22) SA senate meeting review; (10:23) Peter Rudenberg on liquor at Willy's Pub; (10:34) Rice Owls football vs. LSU and other Rice sports preview; (11:50) Daily sports report; (14:12) Rice Owls football vs. LSU review; (16:43) MOB's performance at the Rice Owls vs. LSU game; (17:59) Lovett Associate Justice resignation; (19:03) SA meeting review; (20:16) Ray Alborn on LSU win; (22:00) Mary Crisp campaigning for John B. Anderson for President; (22:31) Pres. Doris Smith announces Pres. Carter endorsement; (23:05) Farrell Gerbode on ICSA conversion of Itel AS-6 to a Model 2; (23:42) Bicycle thefts; (24:52) George H. W. Bush campaigning; (25:16) Weekend sports preview; (26:37) Rice Owls football vs. TCU review; (29:05) David Butler's calendar; (29:52) Rice Owls football vs. UT preview; (31:39) Anderson Hall renovation; (33:55) ICSA conversion to MVS; (36:38) Sid Richardson College melodrama "The Corn is Deep in Maize County" review; (39:20) Rice Owls football vs. TCU review. Speakers: William Gordon, Lynn Lednicky, Debbie Gronke, Mary Voswinkel, Ken Dye, Marion Hicks, Hally Poindexter, David Tuttle, Robin Baringer, Stewart Baker, Joe Freeland, Peter Rudenberg, Reggie Stoker, Jonathon Sadow, Nancy Burch, Reginald Stoker, David Holmes, Andy Pantos, Ray Alborn, Farrrell Gerbode, Mary Voswinkel, George H. W. Bush, Lance Crabb, O. Jack Mitchell, Jerry Stovall, Charles Rudolph, Peter Papademetriou, Priscilla Huston
Hemmer Ridge Mountain Boys live 1980-09-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The Hemmer Ridge Mountain Boys perform live in Willy's Pub. We deleted dead air after the set. Speakers: Wrecks Bell, Mickey White, Michael Edwards
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13 To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1980-09-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about the effects of limited resources. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Don Huddle 1980-09-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Don Huddle about productivity and the American worker. Speakers: Don Huddle, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Robert Thrall 1980-09-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Robert Thrall about the impact of mathematical sciences. Speakers: Robert Thrall, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Ewa Thompson 1980-09-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Eva Thompson about Russia today. Speakers: Ewa Thompson, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Franz Brotzen 1980-10-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Franz Brotzen about a shortage of materials, like chromium, cobalt, or manganese. Speakers: Franz Brotzen, Thad Pugh
To the Point - William Gordon 1980-10-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. William Gordon about Japanese technology. Speakers: William Gordon, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Gale Stokes 1980-10-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Gale Stokes about turmoil in Poland. Speakers: Gale Stokes, Thad Pugh
News Archive 3 1980-10-14 - 1980-11-06
Scope and Contents
To the Point - J. Venn Leeds 1980-10-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. J. Venn Leeds about the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Speakers: J. Venn Leeds, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Fred von der Mehden 1980-10-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Fred von der Mehden about the conflicts in the Middle East. Speakers: Fred von der Mehden, Thad Pugh
650 Watt Sign-on 1980-10-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Norman Hackerman's sign-on for the new wattage, David Butler's segments recounting the history of KTRU, original skits and songs, and radio-themed songs to celebrate KTRU's increased wattage. Speakers: Norman Hackerman, David Butler
To the Point - Gilbert Cuthbertson 1980-10-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Gilbert Cuthbertson about the effects of immigration on Texas politics. Speakers: Gilbert Cuthbertson, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Niels Nielsen 1980-10-31
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Niels Nielsen about the moral majority in politics. Speakers: Niels Nielsen, Thad Pugh
U.S. Politics student poll 1980-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: David Bunch reports the results of a KTRU/Thresher political phone survey conducted before the 1980 presidential election. Speaker: David Bunch
Presidential Forum - Mock Debate 1980-11-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: "Presidential Forum" simulates a presidential debate with stand-ins for the candidates, Scott Hochberg for the John B. Anderson campaign, Dan O'Meara [sp?] for the Ronald Reagan campaign, Peter Elloway for the Clark campaign, and Barbara Stanley for the Pres. Jimmy Carter campaign. We deleted radio music at the end of the recording. Speakers: David Bunch, Richard Dees, Gilbert Cuthbertson, Scott Hochberg, Peter Elloway, Barbara Stanley
News Telescope Election Night 1980-11-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Coverage of the 1980 election night both local and national. Dr. David Gow provides analysis. We have deleted radio music and fixed the speed at the end of the tape. Speakers: David Tuttle, David Bunch, David Gow, Gary Meade, Jimmy Carter, Dave Collins, Paul Colbert, Gene Jones, Mike Richards
News Archive 4 1980-11-07 - 1981-02-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Chapel services for Rice Owls football team; (02:10) Abercrombie Lab expansion; (04:45) Rice Owls football vs. SMU preview; (08:42) Rice's Quarterback Club meeting and pro games; (10:29) Family style dining; (11:31) Willy's Pub rent to Rice Memorial Center; (12:36) John "Grungy" Gladu on Baylor Bunny Show and Playboy magazine's coverage; (14:16) Sports reports; (20:27) Rice Players' "Caucasian Chalk Circle" review; (23:02) Weekend sports preview; (24:28) Weekend sports review; (26:15) Willy's Pub closing in summer; (28:30) SA schedule poll; (29:09) Student directories late; (30:40) Change to schedule; (31:11) No replacement for SA External VP; (31:37) Student directory delayed; (32:22) SA news; (33:51) Pres. Ronald Reagan's oath of office; (34:43) Policy Studies major; (35:51) Phi Beta Kappa fall contingent; (37:08) New ICSA building; (37:57) Wiess College votes against going co-ed; (40:19) Lynn Ashby speaks at Rice; (42:33) Rice Players' "What the Butler Saw" review; (44:32) TexPIRG possible dissolution; (45:30) Texas law to raise drinking age to 19. Speakers: Dave Chilton, Larry Allen, Hardie Bourland, Reginald Stoker, Randy Hertel, Jonathan Sadow, Gary Meade, Marion Hicks, Peter Rudenberg, John "Grungy" Gladu, David Bunch, Ed Holt, Tim Stout, Lynn Lednicky, Bill Brey, Debbie Gronke, Warren Burger, Dave Collins, Carl McDowell, Lynn Ashby
To the Point - Pat Reiff 1980-11-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Pat Reiff about the sun. Speakers: Pat Reiff, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Tom Hill 1980-11-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Tom Hill about new data about Saturn. Speakers: Tom Hill, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Joseph Short 1980-12-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Joseph Short, Director of Oxfam America, about world hunger. Speakers: Joseph Short, Thad Pugh
President's Lecture Series - Frances Farenthold 1980-12-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Frances Farenthold speaks about her life starting with her volunteerism, her law career, her higher learning administration career, her political career, the media, and sexism. Speakers: Frances Farenthold, Harold Hyman
To the Point - Harold Hyman 1980-12-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Harold Hyman about what the founding fathers intended when they created the U.S. Senate. Speakers: Harold Hyman, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Francis Doug Tuggle 1980-12-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Francis Doug Tuggle about the creation of the multi-national executive. Speakers: Francis Doug Tuddle, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Jesse Hellums 1980-12-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Jesse Hellums about the engineering shortage. Speakers: Jesse Hellums, Thad Pugh
To the Point - Frank Bearden 1980-12-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Thad Pugh talks to Dr. Frank Bearden about stress in the U.S. Speakers: Frank Bearden, Thad Pugh
Promos 1981-01-09-1982-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Jazz promo; (01:31) 10th year promos; (03:04) Bumper sticker promos; (07:48) SOB mystery cart; (08:23) Doo-wah; (09:26) 650 watts power promo; (10:29) Promos used on 650 watt sign-on night; (12:45) Chicken Skin Music promo; (14:02) Jazz Show promos; (15:58) Classics promo; (16:45) Owlman promos; (19:38) 10th anniversary promos; (23:37) Stan Barber's 10-year birthday promo; (29:32) Owlman Greek chorus; (30:46) 24-hour promos; (32:48) Not 24-hour promos; (34:24) Judy's concert promos; (36:14) Owlman promos; (38:49) Treasures of the 60s promo; (40:21) Beer Bike promo; (41:13) Summer broadcasting promo; (42:23) News promo; (43:09) Owlman promos; (46:30) Bumper sticker promos; (48:00) Sonlite intro; (50:46) "Best of Overplayed" tags. Speakers: Walter Keeler, Stan Barber, David Butler, Mike "Grungy" Gladu, Bob Puckette
To the Point - Virgil Topzaio 1981-01-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Virgil Topazio about humanities studies. Speakers: Virgil Topazio, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Ewa Thompson 1981-01-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Ewa Thompson about the core curriculum. Speakers: Ewa Thompson, Scott Hochberg
President's Lecture Series - Andrew Greeley 1981-01-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Father Andrew Greeley speaks about the religious imagination and a sociological theory of religion. Speakers: Andrew Greeley, Harold Hyman, William Martin
To the Point - Covey Oliver 1981-01-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Covey Oliver about the settlement with Iran. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Covey Oliver
To the Point - Hugh Anderson 1981-01-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Hugh Anderson about experiments on the space shuttle, specifically the Northern Lights experiment. Speakers: Hugh Anderson, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - John Polking 1981-01-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Polking about deficiencies in math learning. Speakers: John Polking, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - William Wilson 1981-01-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. William Wilson about lasers. Speakers: William Wilson, Scott Hochberg
Joan Jett and Lee Crystal interview 1981-02-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Walter Underwood interview Joan Jett and her Blackhearts drummer, Lee Crystal. They discuss recent shows in the South, updates on The Runaways members, life in the New York music scene, her current sound, Urgh! A Music War appearance, their new album, and touring in Japan while with The Runaways. Jett and Crystal do a station ID. We deleted dead air between the interview and the station ID. Speakers: Joan Jett, Lee Crystal, Walter Underwood
News Archive 5 1981-02-17 - 1981-04-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Fire in Willy's Pub; (00:47) Will Rice and Hanszen College officer elections; (01:40) Student Associaiton election issues; (02:17) President's Lecture Series - Lewis Thomas; (04:24) food Services study at other universities; (05:31) Blanket tax for BSU, CSU, and RAMAS, eventually failed; (08:06) Wiess and Lovett College officer elections; (08:46) Student Association election issues; (09:45) Dr. Pepper truck driver assault; (11:15) Thefts on campus; (11:59) Bike stolen and returned 8 months later; (13:25) Baker Shakespeare Fair; (20:15) Baker Shakespeare "All's Well That Ends Well" review; (22:50) Wiess Tabletop's "Pippin" review; (25:08) Rice Players' "Antigone" review; (27:19) Food Committee food poll results and recommendations; (28:22) Texas bill to raise drinking age to 19; (30:10) Student directory. Speakers: Steve McCall, Bill Brey, Paul Williamson, John Szalkowski, Benny Barnes, Lynn Lednicky, Mary Voswinkle, David Bunch, Debbie Gronke, Tom Evans, Mike Guth, Sharon Hughes, Geoff Spradley, Gary Meade
Up in the Air - SA Candidates 1981-02-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Walter Underwood and David Bunch interview Student Association candidates. We deleted radio music throughout the recording. Speakers: Walter Underwood, David Bunch, Lynn Lednicky, Dan Hu, Doug Gardner, Ed Keller, Sherry Spears, Cecelia Calaby, David Pickett, Kim O'Connor, Ed Poole, Warren Fisher, John Simons, Dave Phillips
To the Point - Richard Smalley 1981-02-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Richard Smalley about laser use in chemistry. Speakers: Richard Smalley, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Curt Michel 1981-02-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Curt Michel about communication with space life forms. Speakers: Curt Michel, Scott Hochberg
President's Lecture Series - Lewis Thomas 1981-03-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Dr. Lewis Thomas speaks about the values of science, more specifically, biological sciences, earth sciences, scientific research for industry, scientific education, and social sciences. Speaker: Lewis Thomas, Harold Hyman
Up in the Air - Marion Hicks and Joyce Rubash 1981-03-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Debbie Gronke and Dave Collins talks to Marion Hicks and Joyce Rubash about room and board and central kitchen food. Recording does not start at the beginning of the episode. We deleted radio music in the middle of the program and at the end. Speakers: Debbie Gronke, Marion Hicks, Joyce Rubash, Dave Collins
To the Point - Hardy Bourland 1981-03-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Hardy Bourland about industrial research at academic institutions, Rice Engineering Design and Development Institute. Speakers: Hardy Bourland, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Sir Rudolf E. Peierls 1981-03-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Sir Rudolf E. Peierls about nuclear weaponry and the arms race. Speakers: Rudolf E. Peierls, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Herb Ward 1981-03-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Herb Ward about the environmental impact of the space shuttle program. Speakers: Herb Ward, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Gaston Rimlinger 1981-03-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gaston Rimlinger about Reaganomics. Speakers: Gaston Rimlinger, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Salomon Bochner 1981-03-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Salomon Bochner about the intersection between mathematics and the humanities. He also discusses the Scientia Institute. Speakers: Salomon Bochner, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Baruch Brody 1981-03-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Baruch Brody about consumer protection laws, more specifically product liability laws. Speakers: Baruch Brody, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Geoff Winningham 1981-03-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Geoff Winningham about how he became a photographer. Speakers: Geoff Winningham, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - David Hunt 1981-04-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to David Hunt about the future of financial aid. Speakers: David Hunt, Scott Hochberg
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14 To the Point - Martin Wiener 1981-04-28
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Martin Wiener about the British economy. Speakers: Martin Wiener, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Francis Loewenheim 1981-05-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Francis Loewenheim about dealing with the economic downturn and how the U.S. economy compares to world markets. Speakers: Francis Loewenheim, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Meredith Gibbs 1981-05-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Meredith Gibbs about wiretapping laws to stop drug crimes. Speakers: Meredith Gibbs, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Niels Nielsen 1981-05-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Niels Nielsen about church supported schools. Speakers: Niels Nielsen, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1981-05-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about the baby boom generation. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Reggie Dufour 1981-05-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Reggie Dufour about future research on space shuttles. Speakers: Reggie Dufour, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - John Ambler 1981-06-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Ambler about French politics. Speakers: John Ambler, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Joan Strassmann 1981-06-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Joan Strassmann about power struggles in the insect world. Speakers: Joan Strassmann, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Bob Molder 1981-06-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Bob Molder about job options for Humanities graduates. Speakers: Bob Molder, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Chad Gordon 1981-06-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Chad Gordon about the rise of women, displaced homemakers, returning to the workplace. Speakers: Chad Gordon, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Robert Dix 1981-06-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Robert Dix about Mexico. Speakers: Robert Dix, Scott Hochberg
Sub-Series: 1981/1982
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14 To the Point - O. Jack Mitchell 1981-07-08
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to O. Jack Mitchell about architecture planning in Houston. Speakers: O. Jack Mitchell, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - William Martin 1981-07-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. William Martin about the TV and radio evangelist audience. Speakers: William Martin, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Kate Beckingham 1981-07-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Kate Beckingham about recombinant DNA research in agriculture. Speakers: Kate Beckingham, Scott Hochberg
Freshman Show 1981 1981-08-01
Scope and Contents
The "Freshman Show" starts with introductions from some of the current College Secretaries. There is a group interview with Stephen Klineberg, Jeff Kurtzman, and Harold Rorschach. They discuss sampling courses, registering for courses, the honor code, having fun, exploring various fields of study, and athletics. After the interview, Dave Collins reviews major local and national news stories. Recording ends abruptly. Speakers: Alice von Eiff, Erma Turner, Jeanette Bryant, Kay Lake, Toni Paine, Babs Willis, Kitty Yelenosky, Debbie Gronke, Stephen Klineberg, Jeff Kurtzman, Harold Rorschach, Dave Collins, Bill Brey, David Butler
To the Point - Ed Miller 1981-08-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Ed Miller about the productivity of Texas workers. Speakers: Ed Miller, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Gilbert Cuthbertson 1981-08-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gilbert Cuthbertson about current Supreme Court cases.
To the Point - Pete Gibson 1981-08-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Pete Gibson about his experience attending Rice University with a visual impairment. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Pete Gibson
To the Point - Richard Smith 1981-08-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Richard Smith about how China deals with westernization. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Richard Smith
Chicken Skin Music - Eric Taylor 1981-08-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Eric Taylor with James Gilmer perform and and answer questions on "Chicken Skin Music." We deleted extraneous audio at the end. Speakers: Eric Taylor, James Gilmer, David-John Scribner
Rice Soccer Club interview 1981-09-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Dave Collins interviews Rice Soccer Club Coach Mike Henshaw, co-captain Bob Corrigan, and player Bob Goeddel about the team's goals, its budget, its skills, officiating, playing aggressively, and the history of soccer in Texas. Speakers: Mike Henshaw, Bob Goeddel, Bob Corrigan, Dave Collins
To the Point - Don Huddle 1981-09-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Don Huddle about undocumented workers. Speakers: Don Huddle, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Fred von der Mehden 1981-09-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Fred von der Mehden about politics in Southeast Asia. Speakers: Fred von der Mehden, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Gaston Rimlinger 1981-09-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gaston Rimlinger about agriculture in Africa. Speakers: Gaston Rimlinger, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Michael Watkins 1981-09-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Michael Watkins about the psychology of memory. Speakers: Michael Watkins, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Niels Nielsen 1981-09-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Niels Nielsen about religion in Africa. Speakers: Niels Nielsen, Scott Hochberg
Up in the Air - Lawrence Kersten and Karen Kayser Kersten 1981-09-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Stan Barber talks to Lawrence Kersten and Karen Kayser Kersten about their book "The Love Exchange." Speakers: Stan Barber, Lawrence Kersten, Karen Kayser Kersten, David Hudson
The Go Go's interview 1981-09-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Michael Zakes speaks to Kathy Valentine and Charlotte Caffey of The Go Go's about the band's history, playing with other bands, their album cover, their label and producer, and touring. Includes a station ID. Speakers: Kathy Valentine, Michael Zakes, Charlotte Caffey
Promos 1981-09-1987-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) A Radio First; (00:32) "Classics" opening sequence; (02:35) "Chicken Skin Music" promo; (03:32) Jazz promo; (04:29) Kiss Ass Rock 'n Roll ID; (04:43) Dave Collins, Puckette, and Elvis Costello ID; (05:14) Speakers explosion ID; (05:51) Walter Keeler ID; (06:03) Stereo ID; (06:09) Boing ID; (06:20) Chinese ID; (06:32) Crazy Harry, Aaron Dvoretzky ID; (06:39) Dolphins on telephone ID; (07:01) Walter Cronkite ID; (07:10) Jazz promos; (09:39) Nuclear Freeze concert at Tranquility Park; (13:26) "Sewey Mole" by Barnes and Barnes; (19:13) "Whirlwind Tours"; (21:21) Stan Ridgway of Wall of Voodoo promo for BBC College Concert; (23:22) OxFahMeal Skip PSA; (24:36) BBC concert series promo; (24:58) "Romanoff and Juliet" promos; (27:28) Beer Bike promo; (28:05) KTRU/Sammy the Owl promo; (29:26) Jazz show donor announcement; (29:42) Jazz in Germany; (30:14) Element of Crime. Speakers: Stu Derby, David Hoehl, Bill Bonner, Walter Keeler, Aaron Dvoretzky, Walter Cronkite, Perry Webb, Bob Weber, Mike May, John Glady, Stan Ridgway, Kevin Long, Stan Barber
Up in the Air - Charles Thaxton 1981-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," talks to Dr. Charles Thaxton about evolution in chemical processes, more specifically the evolutionism versus creationism. He also discusses his book "Life: The Crisis in Chemistry." We deleted radio music at the beginning and the end of this recording. Speakers: Charles Thaxton, Stan Barber
Echo and the Bunnymen interview 1981-10-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jim Fowler and Michael F. Zakes talk to members of Echo and the Bunnymen about their origins, defining their sound, touring, their favorite bands, other British New Wave bands, and performing. The interview includes a station ID. Speakers: Ian McCulloch, Will Sergeant, Les Pattinson, Jim Folwer, Michael F. Zakes
To the Point - Gaston Rimlinger 1981-10-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gaston Rimlinger about social security programs around the world. Speakers: Gaston Rimlinger, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Herb Ward 1981-10-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Herb Ward about the future of clean drinking water. Speakers: Herb Ward, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - John Bryant 1981-10-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Bryant about high interest rates. Speakers: John Bryant, Scott Hochberg
Ralph Nader speech 1981-10-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Ralph Nader speaks to the Rice community in the Grand Hall of the Rice Memorial Center. He discusses corporate crime and accountability, environmental issues, ethical whistleblowers, ubiquity of television advertising, political inclinations of college students, and cigarettes. Speaker: Ralph Nader
News Archive 1 bulk
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Albert Collins interview 1981-10-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: David-John Scribner talks to Albert Collins about his beginnings in Houston, how he got started in the music business and playing the electric guitar, musical collaborations, playing in Houston, and touring. Speakers: Albert Collins, David-John Scribner
To the Point - Alex Dessler 1981-10-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Alex Dessler about the future of the space program and NASA. Speakers: Alex Dessler, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Paul Cooper 1981-10-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Paul Cooper about classical music trends. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Paul Cooper
News Archive 2 bulk
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George Greanias political ads 1981-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Three political ads for George Greanias, running for City Council District C. We deleted extraneous audio at the beginning of this recording. Speakers: George Greanias
Moral Majority debate 1981-11-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Dr. William Martin moderates a forum with David Berg and Cal Thomas debating the moral majority and related issues pertaining to the inclusion of religious ideas in government. Speakers: Cal Thomas, David Berg, William Martin
To the Point - Allen Matusow 1981-11-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Allen Matusow about the potential resurgence of politicals radicals. Speakers: Allen Matusow, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Don Clayton 1981-11-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Don Clayton about the nature the universe. Speakers: Don Clayton, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Frank Fisher 1981-11-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Frank Fisher about the harmful effects of lead shot in the bird population. This tape suffered from sticky shed syndrome and thus has playback issues. We have altered the recording to normalize the speed. Speakers: Frank Fisher, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Sarah Hrdy 1981-11-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Sarah Hrdy about the women's movement. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Sarah Hrdy
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15 The Fleshtones interview 1981-11-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jim Fowler and Michael F. Zakes talk to members of The Fleshtones about the band history, touring and performing, London, and recording their new album. The interview includes songs from the Action Dogs a side project for Jan Marek Pakulski and a station ID. Speakers: Bill Milhizer, Peter Zaremba, Keith Streng, Gordon Spaeth, Jim Fowler, Michael F. Zakes, Jan Marek Pakulski
Robert Fripp interview 1981-11-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: C. Kemp interviews Robert Fripp about restarting King Crimson, touring, communication and interviews, goal as a musician, music composition, and his upcoming album. Speakers: Robert Fripp, C Kemp
Rice Jazz Ensemble 1981-11-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The Rice Jazz Ensemble performs at Hamman Hall under the direction of Ken Dye with guest artist Larry Slezak. This recording has technical difficulties. We deleted radio music during the performance's intermission. Performers: Ken Dye, Larry Slezak, Grant Gist, John Godwin, John McDaniel, Germaine Petry
To the Point - David Parsons 1981-12-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. David Parsons about his face casting project with the world's tallest woman. Speakers: David Parsons, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Esther de Vecsey 1981-12-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Esther de Vecsey about the Leonardo Da Vinci exhibition and the artist. Speakers: Esther de Vecsey, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1981-12-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about the changing attitudes of opinionn polls. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Stephen Klineberg
To the Point - Susan and Roderick McIntosh 1981-12-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Susan and Roderick McIntosh about archeological finds in west Africa. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Susan McIntosh, Roderick McIntosh
Roky Erickson with the Resurrectionists interview 1981-12-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The interviewer talks to Roky Erickson and the Resurrectionists about their musical style, about the 13th Floor Elevators, favorite artists, other albums, and their set list. We deleted extraneous audio at the beginning, middle, and end of the recording. Speakers: Roky Erickson, Jimmy Jones, Brian Curley, Carl Giesecke
10 Year Anniversary promo 1981
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A promo made up of other recordings in celebration of KTRU's 10th anniversary.
Owlman 1981
Scope and Contents
Contents include: An episode of "Owlman," satirical superhero student radio show about Rice University, about interest free loans and parking regulations. Speakers: Stan Barber, John Gladu, David Hoehl, Karen Pieper, Sharon Hughes, Paul Williamson, Greg Cagle
Herschel Berry and the Natives 1981
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Studio recording of Herschel Berry and the Natives. We deleted radio music at the end of the recording. Speakers: Herschel Berry, Wylie hudgins, Kenn Cordray, Karl Logan
To the Point - Gale Stokes 1982-01-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gale Stokes about Poland from a historical perspective. Speakers: Gale Stokes, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - John Boles 1982-01-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Boles about slavery and the church. Speakers: John Boles, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Julie Taylor 1982-01-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Julie Taylor about the roles of men and women in Latin society, especially Eva Perón. Speakers: Julie Taylor, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Linda Adair 1982-01-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Linda Adair about the rise in breastfeeding. Speakers: Linda Adair, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Peter Papademetriou 1982-01-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Peter Papademetriou about the effects of tall buildings in Houston. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Peter Papademetriou
The Third Wave live 1982-01-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Rice University student band Third Wave live at the Rice Memorial Center Grand Hall.
The Judy's live 1982-01-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The Judy's live at the Grand Hall of the Rice Memorial Center. Ends abruptly. Speakers: David B. Bean, Dane Cessac, Jeff Walton
News Archive 3 bulk
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Reward for killer/s of Margaret Fossi; (01:07) Pres. Ronald Reagan's "State of the Union"; (03:18) Baker College issuing parking tickets; (04:36) Brig. Gen. James Dozier rescued from Italian terrorists; (05:04) TexPIRG hires Jim Koenig as advisor; (05:48) C.R.A.P. Creative Radio Announcement Programming; (06:59) Telefund report; (07:30) Student Association elections; (08:15) ICSA fire; (08:35) Yves Klein exhibit; (09:17) Sam Houston State University fire; (10:04) Eleanor Evans basket weaving exhibit; (11:58) International Students Organization meeting; (12:39) Rice College Bowl team 2nd in regional tournament; (13:22) Unknown team; (13:58) Jim Koenig on TexPIRG; (14:39) Late filing candidates to SA positions; (16:08) Lynn Ashby at Lovett College; (18:16) James Robison at Morality Forum at RMC; (20:24) Student athletic fee increase; (21:22) Dr. Herbert Ganz speaking at Rice; (22:01) TexPIRG on blanket tax; (22:23) KTRU requests increase of blanket tax; (23:14) Owlcon III; (24:28) Sports review/preview; (25:41) SA elections; (26:10) Phi Beta Kappa; (27:42) Rice Women's Basketball win over Texas Lutheran TAIAW Division II; (29:37) TAIAW II Playoffs; (32:04) Jupiter Effect; (32:52) SA elections report; (33:35) New College Masters: Jones, Brown, Will Rice, Hanszen; (34:14) Rice tennis; (34:25) Tornadoes and survival tips; (35:28) Wiess College election results; (36:07) College Bowl playoffs; (36:47) Baker Shakespeare Festival; (39:35) Space Shuttle; (40:14) Eddie Speer of the Rice Food Committee; (41:26) Reaganomics Forum. Speakers: Dave Collins, Ronald Reagan, Norm Lindsey, Jim Koenig, Greg Roberts, Debbie Gronke, Dan Borden, Stan Barber, Chris Kreidler, Rice Morefield, Steve Bailey, David Tuttle, Tony Munn, Eddie Speer, James Robison, Stephen Klineberg
Up in the Air - Susan Clark and Nanda Duhe 1982-02-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Vincent Uher talks to Dr. Susan Clark and Nanda Duhe about the Equal Rights Amendment. Speakers: Susan Clark, Nanda Duhe, Vincent Uher
Concert Band performance 1982-02-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A performance by the MOB Concert Band. They perform works by Darius Milhaud, Leonard Bernstein, Paul Hindemith, among others.
Associates' Dinner - Walter Cronkite 1982-02-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Walter Cronkite speaks at the Associates Dinner. He discusses retirement, his travels, NASA, foreign policy, and the state of journalism. Speakers: Walter Cronkite
Up in the Air - SA Candidate Forum 1982-02-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Student Association candidates discuss their platforms and views. We deleted the radio music break in the middle of this recording. Speakers: David Hudson, Doug Gardner, Brent Nyquist, Preston Smith, Brendon Cahill, Terri Henriott, Beth Sinclair, Dan Hu, Tom Morgan, Marlon Boarnet
To the Point - Art Few 1982-03-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Art Few about severe weather. Speakers: Art Few, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Richard Smith 1982-03-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Richard Smith about economic changes in China. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Richard Smith
To the Point - Robert Hall 1982-03-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Robert Hall about how African slave culture merged with white culture. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Robert Hall
College Bowl Western Regionals 1982-03-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Scott Hochberg moderates three games: Rice University vs. California State - Fresno, Rice University vs. Brigham Young University, and Rice University vs. California State - Fresno. Speakers: Matt Kemple, Ronald Mann, Michael Lewis, Susan Faust, Scott Hochberg
News Archive 4 bulk
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Contents include: (00:01) Parking changes for new Mudd Computer Science building; (00:34) Reaganomics forum; (01:49) Professors receiving promotions; (03:08) Alan Kiepper new professor; (05:16) 1982 Beer-Bike races; (06:39) SWC Golf Tournament results. Speakers: Mary Voswinkle, David Tuttle, Dave Collins, Alan Kiepper, Norman Hackerman, Jonathon Sadow
April Fool's Day programming 1982-04-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: These are satirical programs/skits aired on April 1, 1982. (00:01) Beside the Point; (07:43) Classic Classics Nouveaux; (12:41) KTRU editorial; (14:21) Norts Spews; (18:11) 5 o'clock snooze; (22:11) Hammond song; (22:55) April Fool's promo; (23:23) Kiss-ass rock n' roll; (23:39) PSA - Orphan orgy. Speakers: Scott Hochberg
Beer Bike 1982-04-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Dave Collins and David Tuttle call the 1982 Beer Bike Men's race. Speakers: Dave Collins, David Tuttle
To the Point - Edward Dix 1982-04-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Edward Dix about the war in El Salvador. Speakers: Edward Dix, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Ken Kennedy 1982-04-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Ken Kennedy about growing presence of computers in society. Speakers: Ken Kennedy, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1982-04-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about new peace movement. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Stephen Klineberg
To the Point - Steve Klaine 1982-04-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Steve Klaine about the problem with hydrilla. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Steve Klaine
To the Point - Don Huddle 1982-05-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Don Huddle about undocumented workers and INS [Immigration and Naturalization Service] raids, part 1. Speakers: Don Huddle, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Pat Reiff 1982-05-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Pat Reiff about the mass transit system and environmental issues. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Pat Reiff
To the Point - John Freeman 1982-05-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Freeman about the future of space exploration and solar cells. Speakers: John Freeman, Scott Hochberg
Renaissance interview 1982-05-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Ray Isle interviews members of the band Renaissance. Michael Dunford and Peter Gosling discuss the formation of the band, adding new members, touring, writing new music, and their new album and record label. Speakers: Ray Isle, Michael Dunford, Peter Gosling
Laurie Anderson interview 1982-05-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Michael Zakes speaks to Laurie Anderson about her music, performances, electronic equipment in the studio and on-stage, getting radio airplay, changing record labels, recording next to an elevator shaft, favorite music, favorite writers, and her current tour. She also does a station ID. Speakers: Michael Zakes, Laurie Anderson
To the Point - John Hughes 1982-06-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Hughes about the insanity defense. Speakers: John Hughes, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Julie Taylor 1982-06-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Julie Taylor about the Falkland Islands. Speakers: Julie Taylor, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Norman Hackerman 1982-06-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Norman Hackerman about safeguarding U.S. academic intelligence from Russia. Speakers: Norman Hackerman, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Don Huddle 1982-06-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Don Huddle about undocumented workers, part 2. Speakers: Don Huddle, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Richard Stabell 1982-06-24
Roky Erickson interview 1982-06-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Mark Linimon interviews Roky Erickson about his new album, meaning of his songs, and heavy metal. Speakers: Roky Erickson, Mark Linimon
Sub-Series: 1982/1983
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16 The Beat interview 1982-07-31
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Contents include: Michael Zakes talks to David Wakeling and Andy Cox of The Beat, also known as The English Beat, about their cover tunes, their albums, touring, 2 Tone, ska, Saxa, politics, musical influences, switching record labels, S Concert, charities, and American food. They do a station ID. We deleted radio music. Speakers: Dave Wakeling, Andy Cox, Michael Zakes
To the Point - William Martin 1982-08-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Bill Martin about the rapture. Speakers: William Martin, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Gaston Rimlinger 1982-08-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gaston Rimlinger about the balanced budget. Speakers: Gaston Rimlinger, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - John Bryant 1982-08-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Bryant about the effects of high interest rates. Speakers: John Bryant, Scott Hochberg
News Archive 1 1982-08-22||1982-09-21
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Contents include: (00:01) Summer in review - Hackerman injured, Charles Duncan named head of Board of Governors, Josephine Abercrombie named Vice-President of Board of Governors, William D. Broyles named Editor-In-Chief of Newsweek, Lovett College storeroom robbed, New campus emergency telephone system, new camps police bicycle patrol, New buildings Mudd Building and Herring Hall, Iranian Riot and SMU, Margaret Fossi killer found - Coral Eugene Watts, Matriculation ceremonies, Casino Party and underage drinking, Dr. Don Benjamin faculty address, Wiess college pranks during Activities Fair; (11:55) Preview of SWC football season; (23:01) Graham Stebbings dies in auto accident; (24:08) Dr. William Akers on parking; (25:23) Classroom shortage; (26:16) Pres. Ronald Reagan on Lebanon and the PLO; (27:21) Graham Stebbings funeral arrangements; (28:01) Sports preview, annual SWC press tour; (32:31) Student election schedule; (33:41) Stadium scoreboard damaged by lightning; (34:32) James Groves' death; (35:27) John Cox, new Trustee; (36:30) Sports review/preview; (39:40) Sports review/preview; (42:56) Problems with Rice phone system; (44:02) Two reviews of Rice Players' "Major Barbara". Speakers: David Tuttle, Mary Voswinkle, Jonathan Sadow, Katherine Brown, Mary Ellen Trunko, Norman Lindsey, William Akers, Dave Collins, Ronald Reagan, Don Benjamin, Jeff Long, Kathy Brown, Lynn Boyden
To the Point - Gordon Smith 1982-09-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gordon Smith about economic protectionism. Speakers: Gordon Smith, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Ed Miller 1982-09-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Ed Miller about large corporate structures and their efficiency. Speakers: Ed Miller, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Doug Tuggle 1982-09-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Doug Tuggle about the economic recovery. Speakers: Doug Tuggle, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Elizabeth Long 1982-09-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Elizabeth Long about how women perform in traditionally male jobs. Speakers: Elizabeth Long, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - John Boles 1982-09-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Boles about writing corporate histories. Speakers: John Boles, Scott Hochberg
President's Lecture Series - George Thomas 1982-09-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: As part of the President's Lecture Series, the Right Honourable the Viscount of Tonypandy Thomas George Thomas speaks on parliamentary democracy in his address entitled "Parliamentary Democracy in the Space Age." Speakers: George Thomas
News Archive 2 1982-09-23||1982-11-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) President's Lecture Series - George Thomas, 1st Viscount Tonypandy; (00:46) Sammy the Owl election winners; (02:25) Pres. Ronald Reagan address America's Black Colleges; (03:26) President's Lecture Series - Sid William Rees-Mogg; (04:37) Sports review/preview; (07:56) Del Taco's giving away tickets to Rice vs. Texas Tech football game; (08:58) Bonnie Horton starting "Waist Watchers" program; (09:49) U.S. Congress Texas district 25 debate; (11:33) Gubernatorial candidate Mark White on straw poll; (12:08) Sports review/preview; (15:18) Student directories; (16:15) New Biochemical Engineering major; (17:00) Sports review/preview; (20:03) Warren Dollar death; (20:33) Joint University of Houston Program Council Joe Jackson concert nixed; (21:18) ICSA part of computer mail network; (21:57) HRH Prince Philip to visit Rice; (23:15) Sports review/preview; (26:03) Football games rescheduled for Mirage Bowl; (27:17) Robert Huggins on Warren Dollar; (27:51) Review of Wiess Tabletop's "Butley"; (29:15) Sports review/preview; (32:49) President's Lecture Series - Tom Stoppard; (34:07) Subcommittee of the Rice Research Council to study the effect of university services on research; (34:59) Gov. Bill Clements endorsed by Ku Klux Klan; (35:18) Rep. Mickey Leland on Black Republicans; (35:40) Lovett College elevator fixed; (36:33) Sports review/preview; (39:58) Watson fellowship nominees; (40:56) Harris Country election returns; (45:13) Telednor Olympics and Esperanza. Speakers: George Thomas, Doug Mischlich, Ivan Putzke, Dave Collins, Brad Borg, Ronald Reagan, David Tuttle, William Rees-Mogg, Jonathan Sadow, Mike Fabion, Mike Andrews, Jeff Calvert, Gilbert Cuthbertson, Mark White, Jeff Long, Robert Huggins, Lynn Boyden, Tom Stoppard, Mickey Leland
President's Lecture Series - William Rees-Mogg 1982-09-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: As part of the President's Lecture Series, Sir William Rees-Mogg speaks on the free press in his address entitled "In Defense of the First Amendment." Speakers: Robert Patten, William Rees-Mogg
To the Point - Chandler Davidson 1982-09-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Chandler Davidson about at-large council districts and fairness. Speakers: Chandler Davidson, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - John Evans 1982-09-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to John Evans about the college graduate job market. Speakers: John Evans, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1982-09-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about the Houston survey and beliefs of the Houston population. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Scott Hochberg
Candidates's Forum 1982-09-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Candidates' Form for U.S. Congress District 25 featuring Mike Andrews, Mike Faubion, and Jeff Calvert. The candidates discuss taxes, diversity of the district, shrinking government, Russia, the draft, abortion, gun control, research, financial aid, and the military. Speakers: Mike Andrews, Mike Faubion, Jeff Calvert, Gilbert Cuthbertson
S&M - Gang of Four 1982-09
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Suzzy Roche interview 1982-10-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jeanne Cooper interviews Suzy Roche about the Honolulu Chorus, her new album, working with Robert Fripp, her guitar playing, songwriting, astrology, and touring. Roche does a station ID. Speakers: Suzzy Roche, Jeanne Cooper
To the Point - Al Young 1982-10-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Al Young about being a novelist. Speakers: Al Young, Scott Hochberg
President's Lecture Series - Tom Stoppard 1982-10-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: As part of the President's Lecture Series, Tom Stoppard speaks about plays and his own work. Speakers: Tom Stoppard, Terrence Doody
To the Point - Elizabeth Long 1982-10-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Elizabeth Long about women's reading groups. Speakers: Elizabeth Long, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Lynda Crist 1982-10-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Lynda Crist about researching confederate history for the Jefferson Davis project. Speakers: Lynda Crist, Scott Hochberg
Joseph Lomax and Hally Wood live 1982-11-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Starts abruptly. This radio program includes Joseph Lomax introducing and discussing songs. He and Hally Wood talks about John Lomax, Jr., field recordings, Sugar Land prison songs, Lead Belly, and the Preservation Hall Band. Hally Wood and Joseph Lomax also sing traditional folk songs. Speakers: Joseph Lomax, Hally Wood
News Archive 3 1982-11-05||1982-12-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Review of Brown College's "More Sinned Against Than Sinning"; (01:34) Review of Hanszen College's "Hair"; (02:58) World Wildlife Symposium featuring HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; (04:47) Rice Athletic Hall of Fame inductees; (06:16) Review of Rice Players' "Dirty Linen" and "New-Found-Land"; (07:37) Faculty Senate nixes core curriculum changes, approves letter grade system and successive Bachelor degrees; (08:56) Sports review/preview; (12:01) Female jogger kidnapped; (14:33) Review of Sid Richardson College's "The Lion in Winter"; (16:50) Thresher editor campaign statements; (18:39) Christmas salesmen in colleges; (19:49) Sports review/preview; (23:25) Sports basketball season preview; (34:41) Sports review/preview; (38:09) "Preppy Handbook" writer interview; (42:07) Sports review/preview; (43:33) Sports review/preview. Speakers: Kathy Brown, Lynn Boyden, David Tuttle, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Jonathon Sadow, Jeanne Cooper, Christopher Ekren, Lisa Birnbach, Mary Voswinkle
World Wildlife Federation Symposium 1982-11-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Taking place in the Rice Memorial Center Grand Hall, the World Wildlife Fund Symposium covers the topics of tropical forests and primates, especially deforestation. Speakers: Norman Hackerman, Frank Mancuso, HRH Prince Philip, Thomas Lovejoy, Russell Mittermeier, Elwyn Simons, Sarah Hrdy, Mark Plotkin, Randall Susman, Rogert Tory Peterson, Stephen Nash
To the Point - Brian Huberman 1982-11-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Brian Huberman about a documentary on illegal immigrants. Speakers: Brian Huberman, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Gilbert Cuthbertson 1982-11-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gilbert Cutherbertson about the recent Texas Democratic election sweep. Speakers: Gilbert Cuthbertson, Scott Hochberg
J. Newton Rayzor Lecture - Glenn T. Seaborg 1982-11-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg gives the J. Newton Rayzor Lecture in the Grand Hall of the Rice Memorial Center. He discusses modern alchemy and the periodic table. Speakers: Glenn T. Seaborg
Up in the Air - Food Plan Forum 1982-11-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," David Hudson speaks with Madeleine Strum, David Phillips, and Mary McCue about policy suggestions coming out of the Food Plan Forum, more specifically reducing the cost of the meal plan and an upcoming food service poll. We deleted radio music at the end of the recording. Speakers: David Phillips, Madeleine Strum, Mary McCue, David Hudson
Chicken Skin Music - Banded Geckos 1982-12-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," Banded Geckos perform live. Speakers: Tim Taylor, Evelyne Taylor, David-John Scribner
Persuasions interview 1982-12-06
To the Point - Gerald Phillips 1982-12-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gerald Phillips about the nuclear option. Speakers: Gerald Phillips, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - John Anderson 1982-12-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Anderson about the research on and potential of Antarctica. Speakers: John Anderson, Scott Hochberg
News Archive 4 1982-12-10-1983-02-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Pre-Bowl game report and predictions; (11:11) Sports review/preview; (12:57) Sports review/preview; (15:13) Phi Beta Kappa; (16:21) Rice athletics signs deal with local cable TV channel; (17:10) Bill Evans Trio Dance Workshop; (17:44) Jonathon Berk found not guilty in University Court; (21:08) Directions '83 formerly Majors Day; (23:14) Stadium lot burglaries; (24:17) Students Association Senate meeting - Marion Hicks vs. SA President and College Presidents; (25:58) Sports review/preview; (28:13) Lynn Ashby speaks at Lovett College; (30:18) Faculty Senate grade changes, second B.A. allowed; (31:39) Review of Lovett College's "The Bald Soprano" and "A Resounding Tinkle"; (33:42) Houston Chronicle analysis of college majors in the 1980s; (35:56) Rice Players' "Tango"; (36:36) Feminist Lecture Series; (38:51) Sports review/preview; (41:11) Houston Police Department's Directed Area Response Team [DART]; (42:26) Rice Athletic Luncheon. Speakers: Jonathon Sadow, David Tuttle, Shelina Shariff, Grace-Marie Brown, Lynn Boyden, Dan Groneck
To the Point - Don Huddle 1982-12-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Don Huddle about the devaluation of the peso. Speakers: Don Huddle, Scott Hochberg
Simple Minds interview 1982
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Michael Zakes talks to Jim Kerr of Simple Minds about the band's name, band's history, band members, Brian McGee, signing with Virgin, Peter Gabriel, influences, and title for "New Gold Dream (81-82-83-84). He does a station ID. Speakers: Jim Kerr, Michael Zakes
The Raybeats interview 1982
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Michael Zakes talks to Jody Harris of The Raybeats about their style of music, "Guitar Beat," program notes, songwriting, working with Philip Glass, and touring. He does a station ID. Speakers: Jody Harris, Michael Zakes
Chicken Skin Music - Richard Dobson 1982
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," David John Scribner talks to Richard Dobson about his older albums, his current work, playing in Austin, "Piece of Wood and Steel," why he became a musician and his influences. Speakers: David John Scribner, Richard Dobson
To the Point - Ken Kennedy 1983-01-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Ken Kennedy about the long time use of personal computers. Speakers: Ken Kennedy, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Phil Bedient 1983-01-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Phil Bedient about the Texas water shortage and treatment. Speakers: Phil Bedient, Scott Hochberg
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17 Alex De Grassi and Scott Cossu live, part 1 1983-01-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Alex De Grassi and Scott Cossu perform at Rockefeller's. Speakers: Alex De Grassi, Scott Cossu
Alex De Grassi and Scott Cossu live, part 2 1983-01-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Alex De Grassi and Scott Cossu perform at Rockefeller's. Speakers: Alex De Grassi, Scott Cossu
Alex De Grassi and Scott Cossu interview 1983-01-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Michael Zakes interview Alex De Grassi and Scott Cossu about Windham Hill Records, music, and touring. They also do an station ID. Speakers: Alex De Grassi, Scott Cossu, Michael Zakes
To the Point - Ed Williams 1983-02-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Ed Williams about small businesses and the recession. Speakers: Ed Williams, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Gordon Wittenberg 1983-02-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gordon Wittenberg about energy efficiency and architecture. Speakers: Gordon Wittenberg, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Ira Gruber and Captain Mike Perry 1983-02-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Ira Gruber and Capt. Mike Perry about training military personnel. Speakers: Ira Gruber, Scott Hochberg, Mike Perry
To the Point - John Boles 1983-02-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Boles about the culture of the southern U.S. from a historical perspective. Speakers: John Boles, Scott Hochberg
News Archive 5 1983-02-15-1983-03-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Campanile Photography Editor fired; (01:01) Possibility of graduation speaker at 1983 commencement; (02:01) Student Association election ballots finalized; (06:06) Review of Rice Catholic Student Association's "Godspell"; (08:00) Feminist Lecture Series; (10:00) Sports review/preview; (12:33) Rice Athletic Luncheon; (16:59) Sports review/preview; (21:41) Rice Program Council to spend more money to show popular films; (23:13) Dr. Donald Wood death; (23:48) Sports review/preview; (29:20) First round of results from Student Association elections; (30:10) President's Lecture Series - Philip Leder; (32:13) Faculty Senate - grading system changed, graduation requirements stiffened; (34:05) Measles outbreak at University of Houston; (35:09) Sports review/preview; (39:20) Houston area Telefund results; (39:59) African Metal Art exhibit in Sewall Gallery; (41:11) Feminist Lecture Series - Dolores Hayden; (43:46) Sports review/preview. Speakers: David Tuttle, Dan Groneck, Kathy Brown, Grace-Marice Brown, Jonathon Sadow, Anne Laffoon, Debs Ramser, Shelina Shariff
To the Point - David Brady 1983-02-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. David Brady about elections and policy changes. Speakers: David Brady, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Gilbert Cuthbertson and Robert Stein 1983-02-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gilbert Cuthbertson and Dr. Robert Stein about U.S. Rep. Phil Gramm's switch from Democrat to Republican. Speakers: Gilbert Cuthbertson, Scott Hochberg, Robert Stein
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1983-02-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about the changing American family. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Scott Hochberg
Loudon Wainwright III interview 1983-02-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Michael Zakes talks to Loudon Wainwright III about his new album, its album cover, and songwriting. Wainwright is backstage at Rockefeller's. Speakers: Loudon Wainwright III, Michael Zakes
Chicken Skin Music - Cynthia A. Fisher and Gary Graves 1983-03-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," Cynthia A. Fisher and Gary Graves perform their music. Speakers: Cynthia A. Fisher, Gary Graves, David-John Scribner
News Archive 6 1983-03-23-1983-04-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Review of Rice Players' "Bodies"; (01:10) Review of Baker Shakespeare's "Merry Wives of Windsor"; (02:20) Review of Wiess Tabletop's "Chicago"; (04:23) Hospitalization of Proctor Edward Holt; (04:49) Sports review/preview; (08:36) Former British PM Edward Heath speaks at Rice; (10:28) Proctor Edward Holt quadruple-bypass surgery; (11:03) Sports review/preview; (15:00) Beer Bike preview; (18:21) Allan Ginsberg poetry reading at Hanszen College; (21:40) Sports review/preview; (25:52) Variable meal plans; (27:37) Sports review/preview; (31:40) Self-Study for 1983-1984; (32:54) TexPIRG vs. The Rice Republicans; (42:54) Sports review/preview. Speakers: Lynn Byden, Shelina Shariff, Kathy Brown, David Tuttle, Jonathan Sadow, Dan Groneck, Dave Collins, Debs Ramser, Allan Ginsburg
To the Point - Patricia Seed 1983-03-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Patricia Seed about families structures in different societies. Speakers: Patricia Seed, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Elizabeth Long 1983-03-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Elizabeth Long about how the changes in the family structure have affected children. Speakers: Elizabeth Long, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - William Martin 1983-03-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. William Martin about pro-family groups and their concerns. Speakers: William Martin, Scott Hochberg
President's Lecture Series - Donald Fredrickson 1983-03-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: As part of the President's Lecture Series, Dr. Donald Fredrickson speaks about the relationship between the government and the university and research and development. Speaker: Donald Fredrickson
"Romanoff and Juliet" 1983-03-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Live performance of Peter Ustinov's "Romanoff and Juliet." The audio quality is poor. Speakers: Karen Pieper, Ray Isle, Bob Phillips, John Gladu, David Tuttle, Grace-Marie Brown, David McClain, Cahty Wallcott, Peter Rudenberg, Sharon Hughes, Aaron Dvoretzky, Kathleen Robertson, Jay Grob
Roy Book Binder live 1983-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Roy Book Binder performing live at Anderson Fair Retail Restaurant. Recording produced and mixed by Tim Leatherwood. Speaker: Roy Book Binder
John Brown Anti-Klan Committee 1983-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bill Brey interviews Carolyn Ritter and Allison Dorsey of the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee. They discuss how the group formed, activities in Houston, "Fire on the Water" documentary incident, upcoming Klan events, the Klan's new identity, John Brown committee's demonstrations, and tactics used by similar groups. Speakers: Bill Brey, Carolyn Ritter, Allison Dorsey
Interviews 1 1983-03-00 - 1983-00-00
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Michael Zakes interviews members of Modern English. Robbie Grey and Gary McDowell discuss their tour, and their new album. It includes a station ID. (05:54) Michael Zakes interviews members of The Fixx. Cy Cumin and Adam Woods discuss touring, how the band formed, their albums, Rupert Hine, working on new music, songwriting, and the band's name. It includes a station ID. (23:34) Michael Zakes interviews Jet Black of The Stranglers. They discuss their music, songwriting, musical themes, and their name. It includes a station ID. (30:26) Todd Nicks [?] and Ray [?] interview members of Madness. Graham "Suggs" McPherson and Mark Bedford discuss the forming of the band, touring, recording a new album, and their music video. It includes a station ID. (37:04) Michael Zakes interviews Joe "King" Carrasco. They discuss touring, tear gas incident in Dallas, playing to large crowds, crowd surfing, the new album, and line-up changes. It includes a station ID. (47:18) Michael Zakes interviews Roddy Frame from Aztec Camera. They discuss how the band formed, the band's influences, breaking into the U.S. market, new American tour. (51:54) Martin Kemp of Spandau Ballet station ID. Speakers: Michael Zakes, Robbie Grey, Gary McDowell, Cy Cumin, Adam Woods, Jet Black, Graham "Suggs" McPherson, Mark Bedford, Joe "King" Currasco, Roddy Frame, Martin Kemp
John Cage interview 1983-04-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: John Cage discusses his diet, travelling, his educational background, being a tour guide, his current work, following Arnold Schoenberg, using chance when composing, and his current chance techniques. Speaker: John Cage
To the Point - Frank Tittle 1983-04-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Frank Tittle about laser use in military defense systems. Speakers: Frank Tittle, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Jim Blackburn 1983-04-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Jim Blackburn about toxic waste regulations. Speakers: Jim Blackburn, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Martin Wiener 1983-04-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Martin Weiner about the economic advantages of slow growth, like in Britain. Speakers: Martin Weiner, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1983-04-24
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about why the family is changing. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Patricia Reiff 1983-05-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Patricia Reef about wind farming. Speakers: Patricia Reiff, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Chad Gordon 1983-06-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Chad Gordon about planning for the future's resources and carrying capacity. Speakers: Chad Gordon, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Chandler Davidson 1983-06-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Chandler Davidson about minority voting rights and equal representation. Speakers: Chandler Davidson, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Bob O'Dell 1983-06-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Bob O'Dell about building the space telescope. Speakers: Bob O'Dell, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Hally Beth Poindexter 1983-06-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Hally Beth Poindexter about staying fit at Rice and beyond. Speakers: Hally Beth Poindexter, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - John Guilmartin 1983-06-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Guilmartin about charting NASA's past and present. Speakers: John Guilmartin, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Joe Austin 1983-06-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Joe Austin about teacher training and quality. Speakers: Joe Austin, Scott Hochberg
The Church of the SubGenius interview 1983-06-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The audio begins with a promotional review of The Church of the SubGenius, a satirical cult and its "The Book of the SubGenius." What follows is an interview. The members discuss the new book, J.R. "Bob" Dobbs, church terminology, how to join the church, Devo connection, and the end of the world. Speakers: Ivan Stang
The Call interview 1983-06-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Michael Zakes interviews members of The Call. Michael Been and Tom Ferrier discuss their album's artwork, song style, influences, producers, history of the band, and recording their new album. It includes a station ID. Speakers: Michael Been, Tom Ferrier, Michael Zakes
Lene Lovich interview 1983-00-00
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Michael Zakes talks to Lene Lovich about "No Man's Land," inspiration, other projects, songwriting, earlier life, and her clothing choices. Speakers: Lene Lovich, Michael Zakes
Sub-Series: 1983/1984
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17 Will Ackerman interview 1983-07-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ interviews Will Ackerman about how he started Windham Hill Records, finding new talent, the meaning behind the name of his company, Eric Satie, musical influences, and his new album. He records a station ID. Speakers: Will Ackerman
Interviews 1 1983-06-14, 1983-09-17, 1984-08-11, 1984-03-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Ray Shea interviews members of The Alarm, Eddie Macdonald and Mike Peters, about touring in the U.S., their new EP, influences, and future plans. They do station IDs. (08:18) Todd Nix and Ray Shea interview members of Madness. Graham "Suggs" McPherson and Mark Bedford discuss the forming of the band, touring, recording a new album, and their music video. It includes a station ID. (14:52) Dave Collins interviews Roky Erickson about religion, his upcoming show, current band members, working with Stu Cook, and his upcoming album. Features music. (32:10) Michael Zakes interviews a member of Wire Train, Anders Runbald, about the band's history, comparisons to other bands, musical influences, college radio airplay, and the future of the band. He does a station ID. (43:39) Michael Zakes interviews Stuart Anderson of Big Country about their first U.S. tour, "The Crossing," history of the band, musical influences, the future of the band, and songwriting. He does a station ID. Speakers: Ray Shea, Eddie Macdonald, Mike Peters, Dave Collins, Roky Erickson, Michael Zakes, Anders Runbald, Stuart Anderson
To the Point - John Margrave 1983-07-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Margrave about the Houston Area Research Center. Speakers: John Margrave, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Werner Kelber 1983-07-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Werner Kelber about the origins of the Bible. Speakers: Werner Kelber, Scott Hochberg
Chicken Skin Music - Don Sanders 1983-07-06
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," Don Sanders plays music live in the studio. Speakers: Don Sanders, David-John Scribner
Rawslyn Ruffin live 1983-07-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Rawslyn Ruffin performing live in the studio. During her performance, there were sections with little to no audio. Those have been removed. Speaker: Rawslyn Ruffin
To the Point - Gerald Phillips 1983-07-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gerald Phillips about the search for the Big Band and the Fermilab. Speakers: Gerald Phillips, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Ken Kennedy 1983-07-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Ken Kennedy about teaching computers to be expert advisors. Speakers: Ken Kennedy, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Mary McIntire 1983-07-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Mary McIntire about continuing education. Speakers: Mary McIntire, Scott Hochberg
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18 To the Point - Richard Stabell 1983-07-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Richard Stabell about changes in college admissions statistics. Speakers: Richard Stabell, Scott Hochberg
Leo Kottke interview 1983-08-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jim Fowler and another individual interview Leo Kottke at Rockefeller's. They discuss music theory, amps, his guitars, singing, other influences, touring, Mel Blanc, travel stories, and John Fahey. Speakers: Jim Fowler, Leo Kottke
To the Point - Baruch Brody 1983-08-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Baruch Brody about the ethics of Baby Doe regulations. Speakers: Scott Hochberg, Baruch Brody
To the Point - Charles Stewart 1983-08-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Charles Stewart about splitting DNA. Speakers: Charles Stewart, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - George Marcus 1983-08-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. George Marcus about Margaret Mead and human development controversy. Speakers: George Marcus, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Phil Bedient 1983-08-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Phil Bedient about the West Texas drought. Speakers: Phil Bedient, Scott Hochberg
Interviews 2 1983-08-27, 1983-11-10, 1983-11-19, 1983-11-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Michael Zakes interviews members of Sparks, Ron and Russell Mael, about their new album, their history, their band, and future plans. They do station IDs; (11:51) Interview with Peter Tork via the telephone about his new band, interest in the Monkees, no longer being a Monkee, and post-Monkees life. He does a station ID. (21:30) Tom Evans interviews Johnathan Richman about his new album, songwriting, musical influences, his guitar skills, Modern Lovers, Ted Hawkins, world music, his live shows. He does a station ID. (33:59) Station ID from Trey Cook [?] manager of The Volumatics. (34:10) Michael Zakes interviews Jim Brown from UB40 about their increased popularity in the U.S., "Labour of Love," and working with a major record company. He does a station ID. Speakers: Michael Zakes, Ron Mael, Russell Mael, Peter Tork, Jonathan Richman, Tom Evans, Jim Brown
To the Point - George Frederickson 1983-09-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. George Frederickson about white supremacy and the legal system in South Africa. Speakers: George Frederickson, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - John Boles 1983-09-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John Boles about differences in the southern U.S. Speakers: John Boles, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Roger Penrose 1983-09-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Roger Penrose about moving beyond Einstein's theories in mathematics. Speakers: Roger Penrose, Scott Hochberg
News Archive 1 1983-09-12-1984-04-26
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Contents include: (00:01) Sports review/preview; (02:19) Sid Richardson College food fight; (03:27) Food fight follow-up; (05:40) Food fight follow-up; (06:48) Student Association meeting, TexPIRG; (08:21) Sports review/preview; (16:05) Sports review/preview; (19:39) Coach Ray Alborn's resignation; (20:41) Coach Watson Brown hired; (22:34) Sports review/preview; (24:33) Student Association and Rice Program Council elections; (26:45) Results of Student Association and Rice Program Council elections; (28:51) Sports review/preview; (32:34) President Norman Hackerman announces retirement; (35:10) Campanile Editor election controversy; (37:00) Student Association actions during Campanile Editor election controversy; (38:46) Campus elections preview; (40:28) Campanile Editor statements from Kristin Merrigan and Pam Truzinski; (41:08) Campus election results; (42:03) Campanile election invalidated; (43:21) Beer Bike preview; (44:16) Sports review that abruptly ends. Speakers: Jonathan Sadow, Dave Collins, David Tuttle, Chuck Maienza, Kristin Merrigan, Pam Truzinski
Mental As Anything 1983-09-13
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Contents include: Michael Zakes interviews members of Mental As Anything Andrew "Greedy" Smith, Reg Mombassa, Martin Plaza,Peter O'Doherty, and Wayne DeLisle about how they met and formed the band, touring with Men at Work, songwriting, Elvis Costello, and influences. They do a station ID. Speakers: Andrew "Greedy Smith, Michael Zakes, Reg Mombassa, Martin Plaza, Wayne DeLisle, Peter O'Doherty
John Fahey interview 1983-09
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Contents include: Michael Zakes interview John Fahey at Fitzgerald's. They discuss influences, new albums, scoring films, touring, producing other artists, and Townes Van Zandt. There is a station ID. Speakers: John Fahey, Michael Zakes
Richard Thompson interview 1983-10-03
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Contents include: Michael Zakes and an another interview speak with Richard Thompson about his time with Fairport Convention, his show at Rockefeller's, working with T. Bone Burnett, working on "Shoot Out the Lights," recent collaborations, and shift away from folk. This was recorded over another recording. There was less than a minute of the old recording. We deleted it. Speakers: Richard Thompson, Michael Zakes
To the Point - Gaston Rimlinger 1983-11-01
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Gaston Rimlinger about lower rising health care costs. Speakers: Gaston Rimlinger, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Luise White 1983-11-01
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Luise White about prostitution throughout history. Speakers: Luise White, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Patricia Seed 1983-11-01
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Patricia Seed about matriarchal cultures. Speakers: Patricia Seed, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Jackie Hudson 1983-11-01
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Jackie Hudson about women's performance in male dominated work fields. Speakers: Jackie Hudson, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Richard Stoll 1983-11-01
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Richard Stoll about international tensions between Russia and the U.S. Speakers: Richard Stoll, Scott Hochberg
Buffoons for Non-Majors 1983-11
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Contents include: Comedy show, "Buffoons for Non-Majors," episode "Daytime TV."
To the Point - Elizabeth Long 1983-12-03
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Elizabeth Long about the new roles for women in society. Speakers: Elizabeth Long, Scott Hochberg
Chicken Skin Music - Bob Eike 1983-12-04
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Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," David John Scribner talks to Bob Eike about the blues, his guitar, touring, and potential rise in popularity of folk music. Speakers: David John Scribner, Bob Eike
To the Point - Allen Matusow 1983-12-13
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Allen Matusow about the limited successes of the 1960s liberal reform movements. Speakers: Allen Matusow, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Coach Watson Brown 1983-12-13
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Coach Watson Brown about his plans for improving the Rice Owls Football program. Speakers: Watson Brown, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - David Brady 1983-12-13
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. David Brady about the upcoming presidential nomination process. Speakers: David Brady, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Walter Isle 1983-12-13
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Walter Isle about George Orwell's "1984" and how it applies to today. Speakers: Walter Isle, Scott Hochberg
Chicken Skin Music - Preston Reed 1983
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," Preston Reed plays music live in the studio from fall 1983. Speakers: Preston Reed, David John Scribner
Aztec Camera interview 1983
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Contents include: Michael Zakes interviews Roddy Frame of Aztec Camera about how the band started, its current make-up, their name, influences, acoustic scene, producers, Steve Lillywhite, and upcoming projects. He does a station ID. Speakers: Roddy Frame, Michael Zakes
Love Tractor station IDs 1983-00-00
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Contents include: Mike Richmond and Mark Cline of Love Tractor doing station IDs. Speakers: Mike Richmond, Mark Cline
To the Point - Don Huddle 1984-01-18
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Don Huddle about the costs of undocumented immigration. Speakers: Don Huddle, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Duane Windsor 1984-01-18
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Duane Windsor about the future of the airline industry. Speakers: Duane Windsor, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - John A. S. Adams 1984-01-18
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. John A. S. Adams about nuclear disposal. Speakers: John A. S. Adams, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Mary Winkler 1984-01-18
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Mary Winkler about the Julian Huxley papers and UNESCO. Speakers: Mary Winkler, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Paul Cloutier 1984-01-18
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Paul Cloutier about building space stations. Speakers: Paul Cloutier, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1984-02-27
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about public skepticism of U.S. nuclear policy. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Larry Temkin 1984-02-27
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Larry Temkin about nuclear ethics. Speakers: Larry Temkin, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Phillip Bell 1984-02-27
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Phillip Bell about the costs of the arms race. Speakers: Phillip Bell, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Richard Stoll 1984-02-27
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Richard Stoll about reaching strategic stability. Speakers: Richard Stoll, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Thomas Haskell 1984-02-27
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Thomas Haskell about the issues with relying on experts. Speakers: Thomas Haskell, Scott Hochberg
Interviews 3 1984-03-20, 1983-04, 1983
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Contents include: (00:01) Ray Shea interviews Dave Sharp of The Alarm about their U.S. tours, fire marshals, power of music, writing crusade anthems, issues in the music industry, shifting away from crusade anthems, and music in England. He does a station ID. (29:41) Michael Zakes interviews John Griffith from Red Rockers about their new album, widening distribution, upcoming tour, musical influences, and new music. He does a station ID. (35:00) Michael Zakes interviews Michael Lachowski, Curtis Crowe, Vanessa Briscoe Hay, and Randall Bewley of Pylon about their new album and their future plans. They do station IDs. Speakers: Dave Sharp, Ray Shea, Michael Zakes, John Griffith, Michael Lachowski, Curtis Crowe, Vanessa Briscoe Hay, Randall Bewley
Rice Associates Dinner - James Michener 1984-03-21
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Contents include: Speaking at the Rice Associates Dinner, author James Michener discusses Texas, more specifically the arts, higher education, business, politics, public education, sports, and Houston. Speaker: James Michener
Chicken Skin Music - Banded Geckos 1984-03-28
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Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," Banded Geckos perform live. Speakers: Tim Taylor, Evelyne Taylor, David-John Scribner
To the Point - Ewa Thompson 1984-04-04
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Ewa Thompson about the new Russian leader. Speakers: Ewa Thompson, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Janice Rubin 1984-04-04
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Janice Rubin about her photography in the Himalayas and China. Speakers: Janice Rubin, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Ken Laughery 1984-04-04
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Ken Laughery about engineering psychology and workplace accidents. Speakers: Ken Laughery, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Richard Smith 1984-04-04
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Richard Smith about China's Qing Dynasty. Speakers: Richard Smith, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Stanley Riser 1984-04-04
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Stanley Riser about fair allocation of health care. Speakers: Stanley Riser, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Julie Taylor 1984-05-09
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Julie Taylor about Argentina political landscape. Speakers: Julie Taylor, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Craig Anderson 1984-05-09
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Craig Anderson about crime during the summer. Speakers: Craig Anderson, Scott Hochberg
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19 To the Point - Ken Dye 1984-05-09
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Ken Dye about being on the Olympic Band. Speakers: Ken Dye, Scott Hochberg
To the Point - Richard Casey 1984-05-09
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Richard Casey about creationism and teaching science. Speakers: Richard Casey, Scott Hochberg
Chicken Skin Music - Frummox interview 1983-05
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Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," David-John Scribner interviews Frummox members Steven Fromholz and Dan McCrimmon discuss their album "Here to There," playing in Houston, producers, other albums, recording studios, the folk music, and radio airplay. Speakers: David John Scribner, Steven Fromholz, Dan McCrimmon
Film Forum 1984-06-14, 1984-07-13
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Contents include: (00:01) On "Film Forum," Lisa Goldman discusses "The World of Tomorrow," "Los Dos Mundos de Angelita," and "Autumn Sonata." She also lists art films at theatres in the area. (15:14) On "Film Forum," Lisa Goldman discusses "The Eyes, the Mouth," James Dean double feature, "Liquid Sky," "The Hunger," and "The World of Gilbert and George." She also lists art films at theatres in the area. Recording ends abruptly. Speaker: Lisa Goldman
Film Forum 1984-06-28
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Contents include: On "Film Forum," Lisa Goldman discusses the films "The World of Gilbert and George," "Canale Grande," "Die Riese," "HIDEO, It's Me Mama," "The Woman's Room," and "Sharkey's Day." She also lists art films at theatres in the area. We deleted extraneous audio at the beginning of the recording. Speaker: Lisa Goldman
To the Point - Dr. Thomas Mackey 1984-06
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Scott Hochberg talks to Dr. Thomas Mackey about law and prostitution. Speakers: Thomas Mackey, Scott Hochberg
Chicken Skin Music - Preston Reed 1984
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Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," Preston Reed plays music and talks about his guitar, influences, . Speakers: Preston Reed, David John Scribner
Sub-Series: 1984/1985
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19 The Conspiracy live 1984-07-14
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Contents include: The Conspiracy play live at Willy's Pub. Speakers: Stan Barber
Tom Russell at Anderson Fair 1984-07-20
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Contents include: Tom Russell performing live at Anderson Fair Retail Restaurant, Houston, Texas. Nanci Griffith sings harmonies. Speakers: Nanci Griffith, Tom Russell
News Archive 1 1984-1985
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Contents include: (00:01) Ken Dye on directing the Olympic Band and his upcoming year with the Marching Owl Band; (01:51) Presidential Search Committee search report; (02:56) Amadeus movie review; (05:24) Rice Players "Working" review; (07:14) Space Shuttle Challenger 1984-10-05; (08:21) Editorial on Presidential Debate in Kansas City; (12:00) Sports review/preview; (14:12) Sports review/preview; (15:53) Sports review/preview; (16:37) Sports review/preview; (17:08) Congressional district 25 candidates; (19:40) Editorial on Presidential Election, pro Walter Mondale; (21:06) Editorial on Presidential Election, pro Ronald Reagan; (22:56) Sports review/preview; (23:20) KTRU election poll results; (26:11) Presidential election results; (28:25) Pres. Ronald Reagan's victory speech; (30:50) Vice President George H. W. Bush's victory speech; (33:39) Election results; (34:20) Mondale headquarters report and other election news; (35:31) Sen. Phil Graham's Republican election party; (36:41) Sen. Phil Graham's election results; (37:32) Lloyd Doggett headquarters report; (38:13) Phil Graham interview [?]; (39:18) District 25 Rep. Michael A. Andrews interview; (45:01) Interview with Bob Alexander from the Lloyd Doggett campaign. Speakers: Ken Dye, Margie Bennett, Henry De La Garza, Irv Cutter, Karl Sowa, Dave Hardy, Arthur Rabeau, David Tuttle, David Rogers, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Mark Nash, Mark Palmer, Michael A. Andrews, Bob Alexander
To the Point - Mark Scheid 1984-09-13
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Mark Scheid about the roles of the student athlete, part 2. Speakers: Mark Scheid, Roger Gray
To the Point - Mark Scheid 1984-09-13
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Mark Scheid about competitive running. Speakers: Mark Scheid, Roger Gray
Chicken Skin Music - Mike Mandrell and John Campbell 1984-09-19
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Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," Mike Mandrell and John Campbell perform. Speakers: Mike Mandrell, John Campbell, David John Scribner
R.E.M. interview 1984-09-19
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Contents include: Ray Isle and David-John Scribner interview Peter Buck of R.E.M. They discuss music in Georgia, musical influences, composing, songwriting, and their show at Numbers. Recording ends abruptly. Speakers: Peter Buck, Ray Isle, David-John Scribner
The Dishes interview 1984-09-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Mike Scott interviews Jimmy Raycraft and Dickie Malone about their current music and previous bands. Speakers: Jimmy Raycraft, Dickie Malone, Mike Scott
To the Point - Elizabeth Long 1984-09-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Elizabeth Long about physical and sexual abuse within families. Speakers: Elizabeth Long, Roger Gray
To the Point - Francis Loewenheim 1984-10-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Francis Loewenheim about presidential debates and how they inform the public. Speakers: Francis Loewenheim, Roger Gray
John Irving reading 1984-10-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Delete beginning of dead air. John Irving describing and reading from "The Cider House Rules" at the Grand Hall at the Rice Memorial Center. Speakers: John Irving
To the Point - Gilbert Cuthbertson 1984-10-08
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Gilbert Cuthbertson about the Texas U.S. Senate race between Lloyd Doggett and Lindsey Graham. Speakers: Gilbert Cuthbertson, Roger Gray
To the Point - Niels Nielsen 1984-10-15
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Niels Nielsen about the influence of religion on politics. Speakers: Niels Nielsen, Roger Gray
To the Point - Francis Loewenheim 1984-10-22
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Francis Loewenheim about U.S. and Russian negotiations and disarmament. Speakers: Francis Loewenheim, Roger Gray
To the Point - Chandler Davidson 1984-10-29
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Chandler Davidson about political party drift. Speakers: Chandler Davidson, Roger Gray
News Archive 2 1984-1985
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Contents include: (00:01) Rep. Michael A. Andrews election report; (00:41) Lloyd Doggett concession report; (01:47) Dr. Falk [?] on being in Haiti, blankets for Haiti; (08:06) Sports review/preview. Speakers: Henry De La Garza, Arthur Rabeau
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1984-11-05
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about the Houston Survey, part 1. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Roger Gray
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1984-11-12
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about the Houston Survey, part 2. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Roger Gray
To the Point - Briance Mascarenhas 1984-11-26
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Briance Mascarenhas about profits in the oil industry during the boom. Speakers: Briance Mascarenhas, Roger Gray
To the Point - Niels Nielsen 1984-12-03
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Niels Nielsen about the influence of religion in politics. Speakers: Niels Nielsen, Roger Gray
To the Point - Ewa Thompson 1984-12-10
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Ewa Thompson on Humanities education, part 1. Speakers: Ewa Thompson, Roger Gray
To the Point - Ewa Thompson 1984-12-10
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Ewa Thompson on Humanities education, part 2. Speakers: Ewa Thompson, Roger Gray
To the Point - C. R. O'Dell 1984-12-24
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. C. R. O'Dell about Halley's Comet. Speakers: C. R. O'Dell, Roger Gray
Modern English interview 1984
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Contents include: Stan Barber interviews Gary McDowell about touring Texas and new music. McDowell does a station ID. Speakers: Gary McDowell, Stan Barber
The Bongos interview 1984
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Contents include: A KTRU DJ interviews Rob Norris of The Bongos about their influences, working with Richard Gottehrer, "Drums Along the Hudson," solo records, Mitch Easter, touring, and working with RCA. They do a station ID. Speakers: Rob Norris, Michael Zakes, Richard Barone, James Mastro
Charlie Pickett & The Eggs live 1984
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Contents include: Charlie Pickett & The Eggs live, location unknown. Speakers: Charlie Pickett, Dave Froshnider, John Galway, John Salton
News Archive 3 1984-1985
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Personality of the Week: Trevor Baxter; (13:40) Student Association president elections and speeches; (33:40) Personality of the Week: George Rupp appointed university president; (44:14) Houston Grand Opera's "The Magic Flute" review. Speakers: Trevor Baxter, Jana Sanchez, Darryl Burke, Barry Nicholson, Tracy Winn, Neal Quimby, George Rupp, Irv Cutter
To the Point - John Adams 1985-01-14
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. John Adams about the declining price of oil. Speakers: John Adams, Roger Gray
Affirmative Action debate 1985-01-17
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Contents include: The Project 91.7 Affirmative Action Debate features moderator David Phillips. On the for side, George Greanias and Bill Oliver are matched against John Goodner and Albert Walling. This debate took place a few days before a Houston referendum on adding the phrase "sexual orientation" to a non-discrimination ordinance. Stan Barber, Jeff Mathews and Mike Gladu produced the debate. Speakers: David Phillips, George Greanias, Bill Oliver, John Goodner, Albert Walling
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1985-01-21
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about the Houston Survey results based on age. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Roger Gray
William F. Buckley, Jr. speech 1985-01-25
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Contents include: William F. Buckley, Jr. speaks at the Grand Hall in the Rice Memorial Center as part of the Rice Institute for Policy Analysis dinner. He discusses temperament of the South, his critique of Rev. Jesse Jackson's assessment of Detroit, supply side economics, and discrimination. Speakers: William F. Buckley, Jr., Joseph Cooper
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1985-01-28
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about the Houston Survey results based on gender. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Roger Gray
To the Point - John Boles 1985-02-04
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. John Boles about the Journal of Southern History and the South. Speakers: John Boles, Roger Gray
To the Point - John Adams 1985-02-11
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. John Adams about the theory of nuclear winter. Speakers: John Adams, Roger Gray
To the Point - Julia Ching 1985-02-18
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Julia Ching about the history of religion in China. Speakers: Julia Ching, Roger Gray
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20 Preston Reed live 1985-02-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Preston Reed plays live at Willy's Pub.
To the Point - Julia Ching 1985-02-25
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Julia Ching about the history of religion in China. Speakers: Julia Ching, Roger Gray
To the Point - John Guilmartin 1985-03-11
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. John Guilmartin about U.S. and Russian arms balance. Speakers: John Guilmartin, Roger Gray
John Giorno interview 1985-03-15
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To the Point - John Guilmartin 1985-03-18
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. John Guilmartin about the past and future of the space shuttle. Speakers: John Guilmartin, Roger Gray
To the Point - Ibrahim Kamalud Din 1985-03-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Ibrahim Kamalud Din about history of Islam in the U.S. Speakers: Ibrahim Kamalud Din, Roger Gray
To the Point - Ibrahim Kamalud Din 1985-04-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Ibrahim Kamalud Din about history of Islam in the U.S. Speakers: Ibrahim Kamalud Din, Roger Gray
To the Point - Francis Loewenheim 1985-04-08
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Francis Loewenheim about the Yalta Conference. Speakers: Francis Loewenheim, Roger Gray
Beer Bike 1985-04-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jonathan Sadow and Mike Gladu provide play-by-play for the 1985 Beer Bike women's and men's races. Speakers: Jonathan Sadow, Mike Gladu
To the Point - Francis Loewenheim 1985-04-15
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Francis Loewenheim about Mikhaeil Gorbachev. Speakers: Francis Loewenheim, Roger Gray
Semi-Cute 1985-04-21
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Contents include: On "No One Expects," Jonathan Sadow's radio play "Semi-Cute" produced by Stan Barber. Speakers: Susan Buchanan, Cindy Smith, John Knapp, Stan Barber, George Webb, Patrick Dyson
To the Point - Don Benjamin 1985-04-22
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Don Benjamin about the Bible. Speakers: Don Benjamin, Roger Gray
To the Point - Don Benjamin 1985-04-29
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Don Benjamin about the Bible. Speakers: Don Benjamin, Roger Gray
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1985-05-20
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about the Houston Survey and how it compares to other major cities. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Roger Gray
To the Point - Stephen Klineberg 1985-05-27
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Stephen Klineberg about the Houston Survey, Houston politics, and the sexual orientation referendum. Speakers: Stephen Klineberg, Roger Gray
To the Point - Werner Kelber 1985-06-03
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Werner Kelber about the biblical Gospels. Speakers: Werner Kelber, Roger Gray
To the Point - Werner Kelber 1985-06-10
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Werner Kelber about the biblical Gospels. Speakers: Werner Kelber, Roger Gray
To the Point - Chandler Davidson 1985-06-17
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Chandler Davidson about the No Pass No Play rule. Speakers: Chandler Davidson, Roger Gray
Bongos ID 1985
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The band the Bongos do a station ID. Speakers: Richard Barone, Rob Norris, Frank Giannini, James Mastro
Jerry Jeff Walker PSAs 1985
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Contents include: Jerry Jeff Walker does five PSAs on school bus safety for the Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation. Speaker: Jerry Jeff Walker
Kate Bush ID 1985
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Contents include: Kate Bush does a station ID. Speaker: Kate Bush
Sub-Series: 1985/1986
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20 To the Point - Frank Tittle 1985-07-08
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Frank Tittle about Pres. Ronald Reagan's Star Wars. Speakers: Frank Tittle, Roger Gray
To the Point - Jean Claude de Bremaecker 1985-07-08
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Contents include: On "To the Point," Roger Gray talks to Dr. Jean Claude de Bremaecker about the field of Geology and continental drift. Speakers: Jean Claude de Bremaecker, Roger Gray
Jonathan Richman interview 1985-08-04
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Contents include: Phil Calvin and Stu Gretchen talks to Jonathan Richman about his fan club, his concerts, touring, favorite music, writing songs for children, Native American politics. We deleted sections of dead air. Audio has issues. Speakers: Phil Calvin, Stu Gretchen, Jonathan Richman
University of the Damned promos 1985-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Promos for the radio show "University of the Damned."
Chicken Skin Music 1985-10-02
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Contents include: Delete beginning. On "Chicken Skin Music," (00:01) Janice Rubin performs Yiddish folk music with Barry Roberts on guitar; (42:51) Mike Mandrell plays acoustic guitar; (01:06:21) Banded Geckos play. Speakers: Evelyne Taylor, Tim Taylor, David John Scribner, Janice Rubin, Barry Roberts, Mike Mandrell, John McNath
Up in the Air - George Rupp 1985-10
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Contents include: KTRU news reporters and Thresher writers interview soon-to-be inaugurated George Rupp about Fondren Library, creating connections between Rice and Houston, building a medical or law school, religion on campus, increasing Rice's recognition outside the southwest region, and improving food service. We deleted outtakes from another radio program. Speakers: Stan Barber, George Rupp, Henry De La Garza, Mark Nash, David Frezenheim, Jana Sanchez, Eric Salituro, David Friesenhahn
Chicken Skin Music - Bill Cade and Don Sanders 1985-11-20
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Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," (00:01) Bill Cade performs live; (33:48) Don Sanders performs live. Speakers: Don Sanders, Bill Cade, David John Scribner
KTRU Benefit 1985-12-05
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Contents include: KTRU Benefit held in the Grand Hall of the Rice Memorial Center. Performers: (00:01) The Bat Surfers; (33:52) The Footnotes; (01:47:48) Fab Motion. Speakers: Todd Leger, Toby Blunt
Rice Radio Journal - Nicaragua 1985-00-00
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Contents include: On "Rice Radio Journal," Jana Sanchez talks to Hugh Brantley about the U.S.'s support of terrorist forces in Nicaragua, history of U.S. involvement in Nicaragua, rule under Anastasio Somoza Debayle vs. Sandinistas, Iran-contra Affair, Soviet influence, and trade. Speakers: Hugh Brantley, Jana Sanchez
Fab Motion interview 1986-02-16
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Contents include: Alex Malinin interviews members of Fab Motion, Todd Leger, Toby Blunt, Kim Hickman, and Clint Davidson about their music influences, live performances, press, and advice to other bands. Includes a station ID. Speakers: Todd Leger, Toby Blunt, Kim Hickman, Clint Davidson, Alex Malinin
Texas Music Special 1 1986-02-22
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Contents include: (00:01) True Believers; (14:08) The Windows; (29:22) Fab Motion. This program features short interviews, history on the bands, and music. Speakers: Alejandro Escovedo, Javier, Escovedo, Jon Dee Graham, Denny DeGorio, Kevin Foley, Tom Harvey, Frank Brothers, David Highfill, Toby Blunt, Todd Leger, Kim Hickman, Clint Davidson, Alex Malinin
Student Association President interviews 1986-02-23
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Contents include: A KTRU DJ interviews students, Dan Price, Carol Drummond, and Tom Perrault, running for the position of Student Association President. Speakers: Dan Price, Carol Drummond, Tom Perrault
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21 Interviews 1986-02
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Contents include: (00:01) Members of The Wolves, Larry Selman and Mike Swann discuss how the band formed, recording, their families, and songwriting; (19:48) Members of Living Pieces, Noel Flatt, Karen Bice, and Peter Freimanis discuss songwriting, their music video, the band's sound, keyboards, and the future of the band. Speakers: Larry Selman, Mike Swann, Noel Flatt, Karen Bice, Peter Freimanis
Frayed Minks interview 1986-03-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Alex Malinin interviews members of Frayed Minks, Robert Estep and Liz Manklin about their music experience, songwriting, recording music, Estep's guitar skills and playing, musical influences, favorite albums, the meaning behind certain songs, and Public News. Speakers: Robert Estep, Liz Manklin, Toby Blunt
Texas Music Special 2 1986-03-29
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Contents include: (00:01) Living Pieces; (24:13) The Banks; (37:43) The Wolves; (57:43) Frayed Minks; This program features short interviews, history on the bands, and music. Speakers: Robert Estep, Liz Manklin, Toby Blunt, Larry Selman, Mike Swann, Noel Flatt, Karen Bice, Peter Freimanis, Alvin Mullins, Robert Gibbons, Mike Bergeron, Hap Logan, Stu Cannon, Alex Malinin
William F. Buckley, Jr. and John Kenneth Galbraith debate 1986-04-07
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Contents include: In the Rice Memorial Center's Grand Hall, William F. Buckley, Jr. and John Kenneth Galbraith debate. Ron Stone acts as a moderator and Edward Williams, Allen Matusow, and Alan Grob are panelists. The debaters discuss Pres. Ronald Reagan's economic policy. Speakers: William F. Buckley, John Kenneth Galbraith, Ron Stone, Allen Matusow, Alan Grob, Mike Gladu, Edward Williams
Rice Jazz Ensemble 1986-04-09
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Contents include: Rice Jazz Ensemble performs in the Grand Hall of the Rice Memorial Center. Speakers: Larry Slezak, Ken Richardson, Robert Harnden, Julie Mayes, Philip Hall, Syd Polk, Eric Furst, Brian Waldecker, Jason Brown, Stephen Carl, Philip Hall, Matt McCarthy, Chris Madland
Baseball - Rice vs. University of Texas 1986-04-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jonathan Sadow and Lyn Michaels call a Rice Owls baseball game against the University of Texas. The final score was Rice 3, University of Texas 10. We deleted radio music at the end of the recording. Speakers: Jonathan Sadow, Lyn Michaels
Baseball - Rice vs University of Houston 1986-04-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jonathan Sadow and Bud Thomas call a Rice Owls baseball game against University of Houston. The final score was Rice 0, University of Houston 7. We deleted radio music at the end of the recording. Speakers: Jonathan Sadow, Bud Thomas
Green on Red interview 1986-05-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ interviews Green on Red members, Chris Cacavas and Chuck Prophet about Houston places, their band name, touring, and recording. Speakers: Chris Cacavas, Chuck Prophet
Wilma live 1986-05-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Wilma plays "Pornography Lies," "Georgie Girl," and another song. Speakers: K.D. Davis, Kris Panebianco, Louise Diedrich, Yvette Kay
The Pandoras ID 1986-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Members of The Pandoras do a station ID. Speakers: Paula Pierce, Melanie Vammen, Kim Shattuck, Karen Blankfeld
S&M - On Waugh Gallery 1986-06
Scope and Contents
Texas Music Special - The Footnotes 1986
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Alex Malinin talks about the band The Footnotes and includes live music. Recording ends abruptly. Speakers: Rick Eakens, Alex Malinin, Allan Gill
Rice Owls Women's Basketball vs. Baylor University 1986
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jonathan Sadow and Lyn Michaels do play-by-play for the Rice women's basketball game vs. Baylor. Recording ends abruptly. Speakers: Jonathan Sadow, Lyn Michaels
The Church ID 1986
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Marty Willson-Piper of The Church does a station ID. Speaker: Marty Willson-Piper
They Might Be Giants ID 1986
Scope and Contents
Contents include: John Flansburgh and John Linnell of the They Might Be Giants do a station ID. Speakers: John Flansburgh, John Linnell
Sub-Series: 1986/1987
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21 The Kilkenny Cats live 1986-10-16
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Contents include: The Kilkenny Cats play live at Willy's Pub. Speakers: Sean O'Brien, Allen Wagner, Clifton Hill, Keith Landers, Tom Cheek
Flaming Lips interview 1986-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Sarah Keller interviews Flaming Lips member Wayne Coyne and their manager Michele Vlasimsky about promotions, favorite bands, being a local band, touring, record funding, charts, mass mailing, the band's history, making their first music videos, songwriting, perceptions by Oklahomans, out of state perceptions of being an Oklahoma rock band, and living and playing in economically depressed Oklahoma. Speakers: Wayne Coyne, Michele Vlasimsky, and Sarah Keller
Promos 1986
Scope and Contents
Contents include: DJs perform various promos for T-shirts and KTRU Movie Madness. Speaker: Stan Barber
S&M - Elegant Doormats 1987-01-08
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Chicken Skin Music, part 1 1987-01-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Mike Mandrell plays live and talks about his work. (31:02) The Banded Geckos play live and talk about their work. Speakers: Mike Mandrell, Evelyne Taylor, Tim Taylor, David John Scribner
Chicken Skin Music, part 2 1987-01-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Banded Geckos live, location unknown. (11:34) Dr. T and the Tuk Tones live. (28:28) Four Bricks Out of Hadrian's Wall live. Speakers: Evelyne Taylor, Tim Taylor, Gary Coover, Kelley Loftus, Bill Galbraith, Vance Whelply
Herschel Berry and the Natives live 1987-01-28
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Herschel Berry and the Natives plays live at Willy's Pub. Speakers: Herschel Berry, Wylie Hudgins, Kenn Cordray, Karl Logan
Culturcide live in studio 1987-02-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Culturcide play live and play around in the studio. We deleted comedy skits not created by KTRU. Speakers: Perry Webb, Dan Workman, Raif Armin
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22 Pres. Jimmy Carter speech 1987-02-16
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Contents include: For the Rice Institute for Policy Analysis, Pres. Jimmy Carter speaks at the Grand Hall in the Rice Memorial Center. In a speech entitled, "Policy and Management in the White House," Pres. Carter talks about how he focused on his goals during his time as president. Speakers: Joe Cooper, Jimmy Carter, Charles Duncan
Chicken Skin Music - Preston Reed 1987-03-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," Preston Reed plays live and talks about his guitars and "The Road Less Traveled." Speakers: Preston Reed, David John Scribner
Preston Reed live 1987-03-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Preston Reed live at Willy's Pub. Speaker: Preston Reed
Chicken Skin Music - Sean Walters 1987-03-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," Sean Walters plays live and talks about his background. Speakers: Sean Walters, David John Scribner
Howard Henry Baker, Jr. speech 1987-03-26
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Howard Henry Baker, Jr. addresses the University Associates dinner. He talks about his new position as Chief of Staff, his political career in Washington, Pres. Ronald Reagan's convictions, decreasing nuclear arms, job growth, redefining the presidential role, fiscal policy, highway bill, and Iran-Contra affair. Speakers: Howard Henry Baker, Jr., J. Evans Atwell
Perpetual Park Party II at University of Houston 1987-04-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Code Red live (54:54) Mark Yorloff live (01:38:31) XOX live. Speakers: Mark Yorloff, Robin Beachan, Leslie Carol, John Douglas
Perpetual Park Party II at University of Houston 1987-04-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Fab Motion live (40:47) Marshall Fields live (01:27:58) Trout Fishing in America live. Speakers: Todd Leger, Toby Blunt, Kim Hickman, Clint Davidson, Ezra Idlet, Keith Grimwood
Danny Bonaduce Soul Explosion live 1987-04-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Danny Bonaduce Soul Explosion performs live, location unknown. After the show, there are interviews with the crowd. Speakers: Austin Thomerson
Schlong Weasel live 1987-04-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Schlong Weasel performs live, location unknown. After the show, there are interviews with the crowd. Speakers: Ramon Medina, Kyle Phillips, John Cramer
The Outnumbered interview 1987-05-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ talks to members of The Outnumbered about their drummers, Homestead Records, fanzines, Willie Wells's studio, Champaign-Urbana, "Boy on a Roof," their albums, feminist stance, songwriters singing their own songs, songwriting, genre, influences, playing with well-known bands, touring, and Peoria. They do a station ID. Speakers: Jon Ginoli, Junno Peltz, Paul Budin
Steve Jones interview 1987-06-12
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ interviews Steve Jones, former Sex Pistols member, about "Mercy," touring, future plans, moving to L.A., drug addiction, Rock Against Drugs, punk scene, "Quadrophenia, Iggy Pop, David Bowie, musical influences, ugliest man in rock. He does a station ID. Speakers: Steve Jones
Circus Glass live 1987-06-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Circus Glass play live at Rockefeller's for the New Music Seminar Benefit. Speakers: Chad Condon
United Front live 1987-06-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: United Front play live at Rockefeller's for the New Music Seminar Benefit.
The Banks live 1987-06-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The Banks play live at Rockefeller's for the New Music Seminar Benefit. Speakers: Robert Gibbons, Michael Bergeron, Carshall Heimbuch, Stew Cannon
The Reign live 1987-06-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The Reign play live at Rockefeller's for the New Music Seminar Benefit. Speakers: Gerard Dutka, Ransom Buller, Erik Schman, Gino Guerrero
Special Forces live 1987-06-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Special Forces play live at Rockefeller's for the New Music Seminar Benefit.
Dresden 45 live 1987-06-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Dresden 45, also known as D45, play live at Rockefeller's for the New Music Seminar Benefit. Speakers: Brumby Boylston, Patrick Godbey, Uncle Charlie Hardwick, Oscar Gray, Scott Daniels
Cinco Dudes live 1987-06-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Cinco Dudes play live at Rockefeller's for the New Music Seminar Benefit. Speakers: Jon Marino, Rick Saenz, Keith Nickerson, Doug Jones, Chuck Roe
Party Owls live 1987-06-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Party Owls play live at Rockefeller's for the New Music Seminar Benefit. Speakers: Andy Wright, J.R. Delgado, Mark Lockridge, Glen Bo, Rob Glob Rice
S&M - Mandy Mercier 1987-06
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S&M - Dino Lee 1987-06
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Defenestration interview 1987
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Sarah Keller and Bruce Mast talk to members of Defenestration, Todd Walker, Tyson Meade, Joe Kollman, Chris Ward, and Clark Walker, about their new album "Dali Does Windows," working with Relativity, touring, band history, the name of the band, playing in Oklahoma, college, songwriting, and commercial radio. Speakers: Sarah Keller, Bruce Mast, Todd Walker, Tyson Meade, Joe Kollman, Christ Ward, Clark Walker
Big Audio Dynamite interview 1987
Scope and Contents
Contents include: KTRU DJs talk to Greg Roberts from Big Audio Dynamite about their tour with the Junkyard Band, "1999," Joe Strummer, synthesizers, commercialism, and Texas. Speakers: Greg Roberts
Stupid People's Court 1987
Scope and Contents
Contents include: An episode of "Stupid People's Court" a comedy show spoofing "The People's Court."
Sub-Series: 1987/1988
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22 Sunsplash interviews 1 1987-08
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Contents include: (00:01) Leslie Singer talks to members of Culture about the band's history, their new single "Money Girl," and playing at Sunsplash; (03:50) Leslie Singer talks to Daddy U-Roy about his DJ style, how he started, his early songs, taking a break, RAS Records, future projects. He does a station ID; (18:50) Leslie Singer talks to David Hinds of Steel Pulse about their early history, issues with their culture, linked with the British punk scene, changing message, their new album, his hair, and touring. He does a station ID. Speakers: Joseph Hill, Albert Walker, Ewart Beckford, U-Roy, David Hinds
Sunsplash interviews 2 1987-08
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) A KTRU DJ talks to members of the Killer Bees, Malcolm Welbourne and Michael Johnson, about playing at Sunsplash '87, and dub music. They do a station ID at the beginning of the interview. (01:58) Leslie Singer interviews Pato Banton and Tippa Irie about their set, Sunsplash, future plans, upcoming albums, and touring. They do a station ID. There is also music from their set. Speakers: Malcolm Welbourne, Michael Johnson, Leslie Singer, Pato Banton, Tipa Irie
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23 Sunsplash interviews 3 1987-08
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Contents include: (00:01) Unknown performer speaking; (00:18) Fitzroy "Bunny" Simpson from The Mighty Diamonds does a station ID. (00:45) Aston "Family Man" Barrett from The Wailers Band does a station ID. (01:24) Interview with Aston "Family Man" Barrett recording and replacing Carlton Barrett. Speakers: Fitzroy "Bunny" Simpson, Aston "Family Man" Barrett, Leslie Singer
Fab Motion live 1987-09-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Fab Motion live at Willy's Pub. Speakers: Todd Leger, Toby Blunt, Kim Hickman, Clint Davidson
Mulberry Jane live 1987-09-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Mulberry Jane live at Willy's Pub opening for Fab Motion. Speakers: Steve McCarthy, Brady Harris, Tom Callins
Cinco Dudes live 1987-09-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Cinco Dudes play live at Willy's Pub. Speakers: Jon Marino, Rick Saenez, Keith Nickerson, Doug Jones, Chuck Roe
Chicken Skin Music - John Gorka 1987-12-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," John Gorka plays live and talks about his new album. Speakers: John Gorka, David John Scribner
Carlene Davis and Tommy Cowan interview 1987
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ talks to Carlene Davis and Tommy Cowan about growing up, motivations, Rastafarians, racism, misconceptions, Steel Pulse, African identity, marketing, Bob Marley, songwriting, Jimmy Cliff, family and one love. Speakers: Carlene Davis, Tommy Cowan
Hege V interview 1987
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ talks to George Hamilton V of Hege V about how the band started, the Hearse of Tears tour, country rock genre, music inspiration, songwriting, having a famous father, the Allman brothers, being from the southern U.S., country music, and influences. Speaker: George Hamilton V
Manic Pop Thrill 1987
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Studio recording of Manic Pop Thrill's "Why Bother?". Sent to KTRU for radio play purposes. Speakers: Mike Belile, David Fausser, Darin Murphy
Richard Brown interview 1987
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Shepherd School of Music Percussion Professor Richard Brown talks about percussion ensemble, his work history, teaching at the Shepherd School of Music, and Da Camera Society. Speakers: Richard Brown
Wire Train station IDs 1987
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Kevin Hunter and Jeff Trott of Wire Train do a series of Christmas-themed station IDs. Speakers: Kevin Hunter, Jeff Trott
Primordial Soup live 1988-02-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Primordial Soup live at The Axiom.
Four with Larry Slezak live 1988-04-20
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Four with Larry Slezak live at Willy's Pub. Speakers: Larry Slezak, Ken Richardson, Phillip Hall, Billy Murry, David Murray
Jesus Penis and Monster Zero live 1988
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Music from the Houston bands Jesus Penis and Monster Zero live, location unknown. Speakers: Jim Leggett, John Kennedy, Keith King, Alex Sutton, Rich Tapia, Stuart Hall
Roger Miller live 1988
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Roger Miller live at The Axiom. Speaker: Roger Miler
Sub-Series: 1988/1989
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23 Pato Banton interview 1988-06-04
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Contents include: A KTRU DJ talks to Pato Banton about "Visions of the World," English Beat, Steel Pulse, touring, future plans, I.R.S. label, professionalizing reggae. He does a station ID. Speaker: Pato Banton
Edi Fitzroy interview 1988-06-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ talks to Edi Fitzroy about Bob Marley, how he started, staying busy, superiority, America, marijuana, religion, race, politics, and his upcoming projects. Speakers: Edi Fitzroy
The Saltwater Cats 1988
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Studio recording of The Saltwater Cats's "Attack of the Bearded Clam." Sent to KTRU for radio play purposes. Speakers: Walter Suhr, Johnny Fix, Louis Baldovin
Rice Owls women's basketball vs. University of Texas 1989-01-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Play-by-play of the Rice Owls Women's Basketball game vs. University of Texas. The final score is Rice 65, UT 92. Speaker: Bud Thomas
Up in the Air - City-A 1989-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Up in the Air," Stan Barber and Eric Davis talk to members of the Houston Anti-Apartheid Team (City-A), Lucie Cashore [?], Lisa Villiers [?], and Koy Severino about the group, its causes, upcoming concert, giving money to the African National Conference, Africa Fund, Amnest International, previous events, political stances, personal reasons for focusing on apartheid, and future events. Speakers: Stan Barber, Eric Davis, Koy Severino
The Bat Surfers live (3 reels) 1989-03-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The Bat Surfers play live at the Lovett College Casino Party. Speakers: Jeff Byers, Dennis Ogburn, Ethan Brown, Evan Will, Lance Benedict
Bay of Pigs live 1989
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bay of Pigs live, location unknown.
Chicken Skin Music - Hugh Moffatt 1989
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Chicken Skin Music," Hugh Moffatt plays live and talks about recording, touring, becoming a songwriter, songwriting, and taste. He also does a station ID. Speakers: Hugh Moffatt, David-John Scribner
New Day live (3 reels) 1989
Scope and Contents
Contents include: New Day live, location unknown.
Sub-Series: 1989/1990
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23 Joe Folk and the Soho Valley Boys interview 1989
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Contents include: A KTRU DJ talks to Roger Manning of Joe Folk and the Soho Valley Boys about the new album, "Missile Foundation," anti-folk scene, issues with the police, and playing on the street. Recording ends abruptly. Speaker: Roger Manning
E. Coli live 1990-01-19
Scope and Contents
Contents include: E. Coli live at the Axiom.
H. Ross Perot speech 1990-03-21
Scope and Contents
Contents include: H. Ross Perot speech in Grand Hall of the Rice Memorial Center. He talks about how students should lead change in the declining U.S. The first part of the speech has been lost. This is the second part. Towards the beginning, the recording is interrupted by a sound test. We have removed the interruption. Speaker: H. Ross Perot
Poi Dog Pondering interview 1990-04-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ talk to members of Poi Dog Pondering about their tour, their new album, their origins, reviews, . They play live. Speakers: Frank Orrall, Dave Max Crawford, Susan Voelz, Ted Cho, Adam Sulton, John Nelson
Sub-Series: 1990/1991
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23 The Writer Guys with The Screaming Waheenees 1990-07-20
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Contents include: A comedy group called The Writer Guys performs. Recorded at Jones Hall, University of St. Thomas, Houston. Speakers: Chris Loudermilk, Robert Cooper
John Stockwell speech 1991-01-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: John Stockwell presents "The Praetorian Guard: The War in the Gulf and America's New Role in the World Order." He talks about ulterior U.S. government motivations for various wars. This is the second half of his speech. We do not have the first half. Speaker: John Stockwell
Sub-Series: 1991/1992
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23 GALOR interview 1992-01-29
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Contents include: A KTRU DJ interview Cory West and Michael Meyers members of the club Gay and Lesbians of Rice (GALOR) about gay issues at Rice, the club, coming out in college, religion, and upcoming club plans. Speakers: Cory West, Michael Meyers
Beer Bike promos 1992-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Promos for the upcoming Beer Bike races. Speakers: David Tuttle
KTRU Cart Library 1992
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Duck and Cover ad; (00:47) Scoop o' Jesus Ice Cream; (02:31) Satirical Campus Crime Statistics; (05:38) Bored DJs; (08:05) Requesters - "Ballad of KTRU"; (10:49) Gut Logic - "Feed"; (13:37) Gut Logic - "Warsaw; (16:59) Jonathan Richman station ID; (17:25) Chris Frantz of the Tom Tom Club station ID; (18:16) Mark Kingsmill of Hoodoo Gurus station ID; (18:31) Jake Johannsen station ID; (18:46) Non Dairy Creamers - "Rock Potato"; (20:59) Glass Eye - "Shoot out the Lights"; (28:21) Party Owls - "Spray Coat"; (30:13) Party Owls - "Texas Pride"; (32:39) Culturcide - "Consider Museums as Concentration Camps"; (36:21) Pain Teens - "Satan Is My Father"; (39:58) Fab Motion - "Invincible"; (43:36) Elevator Up - "Change the Topic"; (45:59) Peglegasus - "Daycare Dynamo"; (49:58) X's for Eyes - "X's for Eyes"; (53:03) Twang Twang Shock-a-Boom - "Fishsticks". Speakers: H. K. Kahng, Chad Shaw, Kyle Bruckmann, Jonathan Richman, Chris Frantz, Mark Kingsmill, Jake Johannsen, Kent Colwell, Wayne Bishop, Paul Spare, Kathy McCarty, Brian Beattle, Scott Marcus, Stella Weir, Andy Wright, J.R. Delgado, Mark Lockridge, Glen Bo, Rob Glob Rice, Perry Webb, Dan Workman, Raif Armin, Scott Ayers, Bliss Blood, Kirk Carr, Frank Garymartin, Todd Leger, Toby Blunt, Kim Hickman, Clint Davidson, Mike Watt, David Garza, Jeff Haley, Chris Searles
Venus in Furs live 1992
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Venus in Furs live, location unknown. Speakers: Nick Cooper, Kevin Timson, Matt Kelly, Clay Embry, Jef Nunnaly, King Bo V, Dave Dove, Joe Salinas
Sub-Series: 1992/1993
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24 Brown Paper Dog live 1992-00-00
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Contents include: Houston band Brown Paper Dog plays live. Location unknown. We deleted radio music at the end of this recording. Speaker: Trevi Biles
Poor Dumb Bastards live, part 1 1993-04-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Poor Dumb Bastards playing live in the studio. Speakers: Byron Dean, Mike Porterfield, Hunter Ward
Poor Dumb Bastards live, part 2 1993-04-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Poor Dumb Bastards playing live in the studio. Speakers: Byron Dean, Mike Porterfield, Hunter Ward
Sub-Series: 1993/1994
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24 Open Line 1994-01-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Robert Book and Ben Hippen host a call in radio show. They discuss current politics. Speakers: Robert Book, Ben Hippen
KTRU Outdoor Show 1 1994-03-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Dyn@mutt live. (30:20) The Suspects live. (59:18) D.R.U.M. live. We deleted radio music between sets and dead spots in the recording. Speakers: Chad Shaw, Dave Deggler, Doug Dileman, Baba Ifalade, Anura Neysadurai, Frank Zwee, Nathan Faulk, Osakwe Rikondja
KTRU Outdoor Show 2 1994-03-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Trenchmouth live. (41:01) Unknown singer live. (01:09:48) Unknown singer live. Speakers: Chris De Zutter, Damon Locks, Fred Armisen, Wayne Montana
Deep Thoughts 1994
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Ben Hippen and others host a call-in show on religion. Speakers: Ben Hippen
Sub-Series: 1994/1995
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24 Kathy McCarty live and interview 1994
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ talks to Kathy McCarty about her album Dead Dog's Eyeball: Songs of Daniel Johnston. She and her band plays live. Speaker: Kathy McCarty
KTRU News 1994
Scope and Contents
Contents include: KTRU News - Zapatista Solidarity Movement talks with Cristobal Hinojosa talks about the indigenous people in Mexico, Zapatista's demands, Mexican government, and the Clinton administration.
Libertine live 1994
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Libertine live, location unknown.
Shudder to Think live 1994
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Shudder to Think acoustic set live, location unknown. Speaker: Craig Wedren
Flap - Adrian Piper 1995-02-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Flap," Shaila Dewan talks to Adrian Piper about being light-skinned and difference in treatment by Black and white people, how she become an artist, racial identity in her art, "My Calling Card," what differentiates her political art, racism as a psychological problem, racial etiquette, and "Funk Lessons." Lujack Tyler tells about his time as an abused gay child/teen. Speakers: Shaila Dewan, Adrian Piper, Lujack Tyler
Flap - Carol Leigh 1995-02-25
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Flap," Shaila Dewan talks to Carol Leigh, the "Scarlet Harlot," about becoming a prostitute, working for sex workers' rights, Commission on the Status of Women in San Francisco, issues with regulating prostitution, making "Sluts and Goddesses," creating porn and other short films, romantic relationships, and rules for clients for prostitutes. Lujack Tyler discusses Langston Hughes' poem "Lift Your Voice and Sing" and reimagines the poem. Speakers: Shaila Dewan, Carol Leigh, Lujack Tyler
Flap - Debra Anapol 1995-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Flap," Lisa Carver talks about Suckdog, Rollerderby, sexuality, her upcoming book, Kurt Cobain, Riot Grrrl movement, Little House on the Prairie, relationship with the media, and feminism. Speakers: Lisa Carver, Shaila Dewan
KTRU News interview 1995-02
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Fred Wen and Melissa Jacobs talk to Jeanie Eller about the National Education Association, NEA being a union, disagreeing with their platform, education system a monopoly, rote methodization, literacy, on the Oprah Winfrey show, and ending the Department of Education. (:) Jeffrey Rios talks to a photographer documenting the Bosnian War. (48:48) Jeffrey Rios talks to Rhodesa Jones about her performance of "Big Butt Girls and Hard Headed Women," working with women in the penal system, Diverse Works, and the Parachute Project. Recording ends abruptly. Speakers: Jeanie Eller, Fred Wen, Melissa Jacobs, Jeffrey Rios, Rhodesa Jones
Caulk live 1995-03-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Caulk live, location unknown. Speakers: Aden Holt, Marcus Bloom, Erik Schuman, Keith Sharp
Flap - Peng Xiaolin 1995-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Flap," Peng Xiaolin talks about her parents during the Cultural Revolution, growing up in China, her films: "A Woman's Story" and "Me and My Classmates," leaving China, living in New York, Billy Harlem, returning to China, and making other films. Also, Fausto Fernós dramatically reads a safe sex pamphlet. Speakers: Fausto Fernós, Shaila Dewan, Peng Xiaolin
KTRU Outdoor Show 1 1995-04-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Silver Trading Post live. (13:15) Lump live. (43:19) Voice of Eye live. (01:16:33) de Schmog live. We deleted dead air between sets. Speakers: Ben Ellman, A. P. Gonzalez, Mike Joseph, Bonnie McNairn, Jim Wilson, Jonathon Sage, Christian Sweeney, Brandon Holbrook, Killian Sweeney, Dian Koistinen
KTRU Outdoor Show 2 1995-04-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) de Schmog live. (18:33) Slaphappy live. (55:33) Bob live. Speakers: Jonathon Sage, Christian Sweeney, Brandon Holbrook, Killian Sweeney, Dian Koistinen, Chris Seymour, Rich Hudson, Eric Ingram, Ray Surinck
KTRU Outdoor Show 3 1995-04-01
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Death Valley live. (45:45) Alejandro Escovedo live. Speakers: Pepper Wilson, Blue, Joe Emery, Steve Mear
Clover live 1995-04-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Clover live, location unknown.
Flap - Debra Anapol 1995-04-15
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Flap," Debra Anapol of the Abundant Love Institute talks about polyamory. Speakers: John Eastman, Debra Anapol, Shaila Dewan, Ned Cramer
Flap - Don Carroll 1995-04-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Flap," Shaila Dewan talks to Don Carroll about fishing, "Art Lies" with Mark Allen, art writing, In the middle, Tim Carroll reads from his work in progress "Schooled in the Panic." Airborn University,
Fibulator live 1995-05-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Fibulator live, location unknown. Speakers: Ken Holt, Chris Heco Davis, Geoff Soule, Jerry Brownrigg, Kris Langan, Sarah Arvey
Jessica 6 live 1995-05
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jessica 6 live, location unknown. Speaker: Justin Crane
Flap - Robert Svoboda 1995
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Flap," Shaila Dewan talks to Dr. Robert Svoboda about Ayurveda, diet, exercise, sexism, and feminism. Speakers: Robert Svoboda, Shaila Dewan
The Last Wish live 1995
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The Last Wish live at KTRU. Speakers: Justin Furstenfeld, Amy Immel, Katie Hartzog, Michelle Trautwein, Greg Hammond, Leital Molad, Brady Hammond, Abraham Diaz
The Last Wish live 1995
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The Last Wish live, location unknown. Speakers: Justin Furstenfeld, Amy Immel, Katie Hartzog, Michelle Trautwein, Greg Hammond, Leital Molad, Brady Hammond, Abraham Diaz
Sub-Series: 1995/1996
Box
24 Amy Denio live 1995-09-06
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Amy Denio live at Hamman Hall. Speaker: Amy Denio
Amy Denio interview 1995-09-16
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ talks with Amy Denion about working with Japanese musicians, musical influences, The Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quintet, and Muzak. She does a station ID. Speaker: Amy Denio
Bret Easton Ellis interview 1995-09-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) A KTRU DJ interviews Bret Easton Ellis about his book "The Informers," his focus on the 1980s, morality of his work, reviews, writing ideas, the culture wars, his optioned books, research, his early career, influences, how he fits in the writing world, writing for Generation X, being apolitical, drugs, "Kids," and current writing. Recording ends abruptly. There are two other shows on this reel: Deep Thoughts and Open Line, which are noted in Sub-Series T: 1994/1995. Speakers: Bret Easton Ellis
KTRU News Show - Criss/Cross Consultants 1995-10-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "KTRU News Show," Katherine Claire of Criss/Cross Consultants talks about her work with the cross dressing community to provide private consultations including purchasing clothing, and advice for make-up, hair, and dress. She defines cross dressers as heterosexual males who want to dress as woman, but not become women. She does not serve the transvestite, transgender, or drag queen communities. She discusses motivations for cross dressers using her service, repressing femininity, shopping, how she started in the business, Halloween activities, looking to purchase a store front, and upcoming film "Creating Carolyn." We deleted music and another program at the end of this recording. Speakers: Katherine Claire, Jeffrey Rios
Flap - Homi Bhabha 1995-10-23
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Flap," Shaila Dewan talks to Homi Bhabha about Salman Rushdi, performance art, the politics of exile, and his early life. Lisa Czyszczewski talks about mediocrity. Jenny Salomon, Homi Bhabha, Lisa Czyszczewski
Flap - Minnie Bruce Pratt 1995-10-30
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Flap," Shaila Dewan talks to Minnie Bruce Pratt about butch/femme, gender expression, traditional roles, her childhood, her mother, writing, and losing custody of her children based on her sexuality. In between the interview, Rangi McNeil reads a poem. Speakers: Minnie Bruce Pratt, Shaila Dewan, Rangi McNeil
Spoken Word - Jess De Witt 1995-11-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Spoken Word," Jess De Witt talks about performing, pleasure, reads poetry, and plays music. Speaker: Jess De Witt
Flap - Might Magazine 1995
Scope and Contents
Contents include: On "Flap," Jenny Salomon interviews Paul Tullis and Zev Borrow of "Might Magazine" about how they came to "Might," the Jack in the Box article, favorite articles, goals of the magazine, Texas arrest, humor, Christian Science Monitor, cheesy stuff, O.J. verdict, magazine's finances, and impressions. Speakers: Shaila Dewan, Jenny Salomon, Paul Tullis, Zev Borrow
Silkworm live 1995
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Silkworm live, location unknown. Speakers: Tim Midgett, Michael Dahlquist, Andy Cohen
Tibetan Monks 1996-04-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Tibetan Monks perform live at KTRU.
KTRU Outdoor Show 1 1996-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Ultra Hummus live. (10:46) Project Grimm live. (01:00:02) Jessica 6 live. We removed radio music between sets. Speakers: John Cramer, Rick Costello, Drew Calhoun, Jim Otterson, Ramon Medina
KTRU Outdoor Show 3 1996-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Tim Berne's Bloodcount live. (37:00) Unknown band, electronica. (51:30) Bad Ass. Speakers: Tim Berne, Herb Robertson, Joey Baron, David Sanborn, Kathy McCarty, Chris Nelson, John Paul
Sincola live 1996-06-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Sincola live, location unknown. Speakers: Wendel Stivers, Kris Patterson, Chepo Pena, Terri Lord, Rebecca Cannon
Sub-Series: 1996/1997
Box
24 Erin Yownt and Personality Crisis live 1996-08-27
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Erin Yownt [?] live at KTRU. (26:00) Personality Crisis. Speakers: Willie Dunivan, Robin Geiger
KTRU Outdoor Show 1997-03-22
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Spoon live; (27:08) Texas Guinness Lovers live; (01:13:54) Sarge live. Speakers: Britt Daniel, Josh Zarbo, Jim Eno, Brad Shenfeld, Kilian Sweeney, Phil Gayle, Bill Savoie, Jennifer Neira, Chris Bakos, Bo Morrison, Elizabeth Elmore, Rachel Switzky
Bowery Electric live 1997
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ talks to Bowery Electric about their new album Beat, touring, future plans, rehearsal space, playing in New York, and Factory Press. They perform live at KTRU. Speakers: Lawrence Chandler, Martha Schwendener, Wayme Magruder
Donkey live 1997
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Donkey live, a band from Amsterdam, location unknown.
Finn Taylor interview 1997
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ talks to Finn Taylor about this new movie "Dream with the Fishes," Sundance Film Festival, directing for the first time, re-writing his screenplays, movie soundtrack. Speakers: Finn Taylor
Richard Cagle and Randall Jamail interview 1977
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ talks to Richard Cagle and Randall Jamail of the Artist Management Group about musical talent in Houston, promotion issues, collaboration, a good band, why bands need a manager, why bands might need a label, the Hellhole Compilation, controversy surrounding the compilation, Justice Records, and new recordings. Speakers: Richard Cagle, Randall Jamail
Sub-Series: 1997/1998
Box
24 Helium live 1997-11-18
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Helium live, location unknown. They also talk about touring, how Ash Bowie has changed the sound, favorite candy, song meaning, and answer silly questions. Speakers: Mary Lou Lord, Brian Dunton, Mary Timony, Ash Bowie, Shawn Devlin
KTRU Outdoor Show 1 1998-04-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Phil Gayle Trio live. (49:55) Secret Agent 8 live. (01:30:12) Wholesome Rollers live. Speakers: Dave Dove, Phil Gayle, Will Frith, Zack Clayton, Kenny Dickman, Clint Dale, Aaron Koerner, David Evans, Chris Jensen, Justin Brouillard
KTRU Outdoor Show 2 1998-04-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Slight Surface Noise [?] live. (24:55) Little Jack Melody and His Young Turks live. (01:23:53) Bruce Eisenbeil Trio live. Speakers: Bruce Eisenbeil, Lou Grassi, Rob Brown, Adolfo Acosta, Jim Cocke, Aaron Crouch, Dave Dorbin, Jacob Duncan, Terry Hankins, Little Jack Melody, Chad Makela, Jerome Rossen, Joe Shyka, David Wilcox, Mike Switzer, Vaughan Boone
KTRU Outdoor Show 3 1998-04-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: John Fahey live at the KTRU Outdoor Show. Speaker: John Fahey
Sub-Series: 1998/1999
Box
24 Gomez interview 1998-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: KTRU DJ interviews Gomez about their Mercury Prize, blues influences, Ben Harper, other genre influences, Massive Attack, Santana, touring, history, writing new music, favorite cereal, breakfast, groupies, and travelling. Speakers: Tom Gray, Paul Blackburn
Westbury Squares live 1999-04-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Westbury Squares live at the KTRU Outdoor Show. Speakers: Mickey DeLeon, Davey McEathron, Vince Hernandez
Brown Whörnet live 1999-04-10
Scope and Contents
Contents incude: Brown Whörnet live at the KTRU Outdoor Show. Speakers: Anti-Ear, Carolyn Cremona, Clay Embry, Jimmy Burdine, Julien Peterson, Peter Stopschinski
Freedom Sold live 1999-04-10
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Freedom Sold live at the KTRU Outdoor Show. Speakers: Kwame Anderson, Arthur Salazar
Spaceheads live 1999-06-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Spacheads live, location unknown. Speakers: Andy Diagram, Richard Harrison
Sub-Series: 1999/2000
Box
24 Buddies live 1999-10-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Buddies live, location unknown. The audio is quite poor quality.
Death Penalty Debate 1999-11-09
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Death Penalty Debate featuring Mandy Welch and Dr. Baruch Brody. The debate took place during Rice Amnesty International's Death Penalty Awareness Week. Speakers: Baruch Brody, Mandy Welch
Bobby Conn live 1999-12-11
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Bobby Conn live, location unknown. He also does an interview. A KTRU DJ talks to him about Llovesonngs, Nilsson Schmilsson, touring, and his upcoming show. Speakers: Bobby Conn
Mike Rosenthal live 1999
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:00) Mike Rosenthal live; (32:56) Carter Brown live. Speakers: Mike Rosenthal, Justin Crane, Carter Brown
Sub-Series: 2000/2001
Box
24 KTRU Outdoor Show 2001-04-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Dennis Gonzalez Yells at Eels live. (04:38) Quintron and Miss Pussycat live. (43:08) The Deathray Davies live. (01:27:35) Lozenge We deleted radio music between sets. Speakers: Tim Green, Aaron Gonzalez, Stefan Gonzalez, Dennis Gonzalez, John Dufilho, Jason Garner, Bill Shupp, Lindsay Romig, Kevin Ingle, Kurt Johnson, Kyle Bruckmann, Mark Stevens, Philip Montoro
KTRU Outdoor Show 2001-04-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Matty and Mossy live [?] (15:10) 25 Suaves live. (29:20) Philip Gelb live. (01:05:00) Dennis Gonzalez Yells at Eels live. We deleted radio music between sets. Speakers: Peter Larson, Fumie Kawasaki, Tim Green, Aaron Gonzalez, Stefan Gonzalez, Dennis Gonzalez, Heath Flagtvedt, John Hunter, Shoko Hikage, Tim Perkis
KTRU Outdoor Show 2001-04-14
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Lozenge live (17:02) The Rondelles live. Speakers: Kurt Johnson, Kyle Bruckmann, Mark Stevens, Philip Montoro, Cory Shane, Juliet Swango, Oakley Munson, Yukiko Moynihan
My Education live 2001
Scope and Contents
Contents include: My Education live at KTRU. Speakers: Sean Seagler, Eric Gibbons, Brian Purington, Chris Hackstie, Kirk Laktas, James Alexander, Travis Weller
Sub-Series: 2001/2002
Box
25 Elizabeth Elmore live 2001-11-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Elizabeth Elmore plays live at KTRU. She also talks to KTRU DJs about law school, her show in Lyle's, Speaker: Elizabeth Elmore, Chad Romanski, Greg Mytych, Joel Root, Scott Rosenquist, Sean Hulet
Sub-Series: 2002/2003
Box
25 Susan Alcorn live 2003-04-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Susan Alcorn live at the KTRU Outdoor Show. Speaker: Susan Alcorn
The Fighting Type and Rotten Piece live 2003-04-13
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) The Fighting Type live. (13:14) Rotten Piece live. Both are playing at the KTRU Outdoor Show. Sections of this recording during The Fighting Type set may have degraded on the original DAT tape. We deleted dead air throughout the recording. Speakers: Lance Walker, Carol Sandin, Shaun Kelly
Sub-Series: 2003/2004
Box
25 The New Sound of My Bossa Nova live 2004-04-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: The New Sound of My Bossa Nova live at the KTRU Outdoor Show. Speakers: Justin Shay, Patrick Elkins, Kelly Szott, Jason Voss
Jana Hunter live 2004-04-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Jana Hunter live at the KTRU Outdoor Show. Speaker: Jana Hunter
Muzak live 2004-04-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Muzak live at the KTRU Outdoor Show. Speaker: Johnny Muzak
KTRU Outdoor Show 2004-04-17
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Telephone Company live. (26:28) Weird Weeds live. (53:23) Rua Minx live. Speakers: Sandy Ewen, Nick Hennies, Aaron Russell, Lindsay Verrill, Donna Huanca
Sub-Series: 2004/2005
Box
25 Anna Oxygen live 2005-04-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Anna Oxygen performs live at the KTRU Outdoor Show. Speakers: Anna Jordan Huff, Anna Oxygen
Dave Dove and Tree Wave live 2005-04-03
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Dave Dove live at the KTRU Outdoor Show. (25:01) Tree Wave live at the KTRU Outdoor Show. We deleted radio music in between sets. Speakers: Dave Dove, Paul Slocum, Lauren Gray
Sub-Series: 2005/2006
Box
25 My Education live 2005-08-28
Scope and Contents
Contens include: My Education live in the KTRU studios. Speakers: Travis Weller, James Alexander, Brian Purington, Chris Hackstie, Eric Gibbons, Sean Ziegler, Kirk Laktas
ADULT Station IDs 2005-11-04
Scope and Contents
Contents include: Adam Lee Miller and Nicola Kuperus do station IDs. Speakers: Adam Lee Miller, Nicola Kuperus
Found Magazine interview 2005
Scope and Contents
Contents include: A KTRU DJ talks to Davy Rothbart of Found Magazine about what the magazine does, touring, "Dirty Found," stories about the found items, and "The Lone Surfer of Montana, Kansas." He does a station ID. Speakers: Davy Rothbart
KTRU Outdoor Show 2006-04-29
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) The Old-Timerz live. (30:18) Satin Hooks live. (51:37) Go Spread Your Wings live. (01:15:31) Sam Prekop live. We deleted dead air and radio music between sets. Speakers: Patrick Healy, Kenny Melonson, Lucas Gorham, David Gomez, Sam Prekop
Sub-Series: 2006/2007
Box
25 KTRU Outdoor Show 2007-04-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Despot live (23:10) 120 Days live. Sections of this recording during 120 Days set may have degraded on the original DAT tape. We removed sections with no sound and radio music in the middle and end. Speakers: Alex Resinsetin, Despot, Ådne Meisfjord, Kjetil Ovesen, Jonas Hestvik Dahl, Arne Kvalvik
KTRU Outdoor Show 2007-04-07
Scope and Contents
Contents include: (00:01) Moxie live (42:43) The Dimes live. We removed sections with no sound and radio music in the middle. Speakers: Johnny Clay, Pierre Johnson, Ryan Johnston



Series II: Administrative files and correspondence, 1968-1989

Box Folder
26 1 Election Goop 1970s-1980s
2 Dj schedules and staff lists 1980s
3 master programming log 1981
4 Director’s meeting minutes 1981-1982
5 KTRU staff meeting minutes 1984-1985
6 News and program notes 1970
7 The Elmo (prank caller) Chart, n.d.
8 KTRU Groans and Gripes 1976-77
9 KTRU Groans and Gripes 1981
10 KTRU Groans and Gripes 1982-83
11 KTRU Groans and Gripes 1984-85
12 KTRU Groans and Gripes 1986
13 KTRU Groans and Gripes 1987
14 Letters from KTRUers (staff) 1970-1983
15 Basic fan letters 1978-81
16 Contests 1980s
17 “Why?!?!” news and memos 1970s-1980s
18 Newsy Goop about KTRU 1970s-1980s
Box Folder
19 19 Newsy Goop not directly related to KTRU 1980-1984
Box Folder
26 20 KTRU Radio goings on 1980s
21 Memorabilia from the day to day running of KTRU, incl. DJ manual 1970s-1980s
Box Folder
27 1 “If you’re in that much of a hurry, stick it in here!” 1980s
2 KTRU flood damage reports and expenses 1976
3 Damage survey reports, circa 1976 flood
4 Department transactions 1976
5 Program log and schedule 1976
6 Record companies 1976
7 More interesting fan letters 1970s-1980s
8 Overplayed songs
9 Staff lists and policies
10 Rice event programs and speeches 1969-1970s
11 Visual Aids
12 Internal correspondence (Non-Rice, non-monetary) 1970s-1980s
13 FFC forms 1970s
14 Old third class FCC licenses 1970s-1980s
15 Beyond the Hedges correspondence (non-monetary, non-business) 1970s-1980s
16 580 Flash 1970s-1980s
17 Historical groupings 1970s-1980s
18 Committee meetings and proposals 1970s-1980s
19 Questionnaires 1977
20 Questionnaires and ascertainments 1970s-1980s
21 Business and money: Receipts, warranties, blueprints, etc. 1970s-1980s
22 Scrapbook of finances, distribution network, news, notes, business cards 1968-70
23 Fliers 2012, n.d.
24 The KTRU DJ Manual with recent additions 1997, n.d.



Series III: Oversized Materials, 2010

map-drawer item
148 3 Save KTRU poster 2010
General Note
Rice University Architectural drawings, oversize manuscript material, maps and photographs, Part 3 of 3 (UA 226-3)