University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Dean H. Langston Collection, 1977-1992



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Langston, Dean H.
Title: Langston (Dean H.) Collection
Dates: 1977-1992
Abstract: The Dean H. Langston Collection, 1977-1992, documents public access television programming in Austin, Texas, as related to Langston’s producing and directing career.
Accession No.: 93-153, 2007-266
Extent: 61 ft., 9 in.
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Dean H. Langston is a television producer and director. For over 15 years in Austin, Texas, he worked for public access television on episodes of Citizens Live!, Cableworld, and Singles Hotline, among others. Furthermore, he served as a member of the Austin Cable Commission, which advised the Austin City Council on cable television issues and public access use. He has also worked on films and television in Houston, Texas, and Perth, Australia.


Scope and Contents

The Dean H. Langston Collection, 1977-1992, documents public access television programming in Austin, Texas, as related to Langston’s producing and directing career. Approximately 863 VHS and Betacam videotapes in ¾ inch and ½ inch formats document the Austin music community, local political issues, social activities, and local TV programming interests. These videotapes include episodes of such TV shows as Citizens Live!, Cableworld, Singles Hotline, Live and Uncensored, Ask Livia Now!, Sports Hotline, Citizens Live in the Fifth Millennium, Candidate Forum, and The Modern Hispanic American. Legal briefs and testimonies, reports and studies, correspondence, publications, and printed material comprise the legal case papers of Austin Association of Cable Producers (AACP) vs. Austin CableVision. The case material describes the relationship between the two organizations, public access use by the citizens of Austin and San Antonio, and the conclusions of the City of Austin and the Intervenors, who worked with both sides of the case.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Dean H. Langston retains copyright, and written permission must be obtained from him prior to copying material. Also, some videotape formats require an appointment for use; please contact repository for more information.

Use Restrictions

A portion of this collection is stored remotely. Advance notice required for retrieval. Contact repository for retrieval.


Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Langston, Dean H. -- Archives.
Subjects (Organizations)
Austin CableVision
Subjects
Television programs -- Production and direction -- Texas -- Austin.
Public-access television -- Production and direction -- Texas -- Austin.
Video recordings -- Production and direction -- Texas -- Austin.
Cable television -- Production and direction -- Texas -- Austin.
Places
Austin (Tex.) -- History -- Sources.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Dean H. Langston Collection, 1977-1992, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.


Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Inventory:




 

Offsite at LSF

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93-153/3 Legal case papers for Austin Association of Cable Producers (AACP) vs. Austin CableVision:
X3, X15:
Assorted printed material
Austin Association of Cable (TV) Producers, 1990
Austin CableVision
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93-153/4 X15:
Ascertainment of Municipal Needs for the Institutional Networks, March 1987
Engineering Evaluation of the Austin Cablevision Subscriber and Institutional Networks, March 1987
"Recommendations to the City Council by Judge John C. Phillips A History: From Radio to TV to CATV, " March 1987
Media Habits and Attitudes of Mexican-Americans, June 1973
Post-Hearing Brief of Intervenor, AISD
Post-Hearing Brief of Austin Cablevision
"A Study of the Channels of Communication used by Spanish-Named Residents of San Antonio, Texas," dissertation by James Edward Brennan, August 1968
Austin Cablevision, direct case documentary evidence, Vol. 3 and Vol. 4
Study of the Community Cable Public Access System for the City of Austin, 1992
Franchise (Cablevision standard)
Franchise modification, February 1987
AACP documents to city
Council letters, April 1986
AACP Inc., February 1985
Assorted printed material
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93-154/5 X14:
Access Committee Packets, December 4, 1984 - January 5, 1985
Direct Testimony on Behalf of the Intervenor, AISD
Exhibits to Direct Testimony on Behalf of the Intervenor, AISD
City of Austin and Intervenors Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law
Request for Modification of Franchise
Direct Case Witness Summaries, Tables and Graphs
Direct Case Documentary Evidence, Vol. 1 and 2
City of Austin Ordinance Granting a Cable Television Franchise to Capital Cable Company
Various military course booklets and tests
Military Requirements for Petty Officer Third Class, NAVEDTRA 10044-A, 1987 edition, study guide and test booklet
Austin's Cable Watch, August 1984, February, September, October, November 1985
Austin's Cable Watch Magazine, May, June 1986
Texas Bar Journal, February 1983
The Austin Comic News, June 1992
Ledger, Austin Cablevision
City of Austin Direct Testimony of Witnesses and Exhibits



 

Onsite at SRH:

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2.325/B27 Administrative files:
Citizens Live in the Fifth Millennium program: weekly scripts, 1986-1987
Daily production reports and production contacts scripts (The New Athens, Citizens Live in the Fifth Millennium, Citizens of the Fifth Millennium, Rocket Bob in the Fifth Millennium), 1987-1991
Release Forms
Dial-A-Poll and Call-Ins
General Administrative Records
Correspondence
MediaLog 1992 reports
Austin Cable Commission, 1991-1992



 

Offsite at LSF:

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93-152/1 VHS and Beta videotapes:
X1-X2:
Ask Livia Now!, December 12, 1989
Live and Uncensored, November 29, 30, 1988, December 5, 1988, December 12, 1989
The Music Connection, Friday, November 3, 1989
Sports Hotline, Friday, September 15, November 3, 16, 1989
Singles Hotline, December 7, 13, 19, 1988, November 3, 16, 1989
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93-153/2 Ask Livia Live, November 28, December 5, 1989
Council Agenda Hotline, April 14, 1991
Message Hotline, April 14, 1989
A Second Chorus, reel 2 of 2, November 28, 1989
Singles Hotline, October 6, 12, 1989
Sports Hotline, October 12, 25, 1989
Live and Uncensored, December 5, 1989
Joke Hotline, September 27, October 4, 12, 25, 1989
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93-153/6 X4-X5:
Singles Hotline, Jokes Hotline, Live and Uncensored, April 25, 1989
Singles Hotline, On the Roxx, March 23, 1989
Star Trek, March 7, 1988; Citizens Live!, Call to Arms (band), April 15, 1989
Singles Hotline, Live and Uncensored, April 26, 1989
Citizens Live!, Renegade (band), May 6, 1989
Singles Hotline, Musicians Hotline, Live and Uncensored, May 4, 1989
Singles Hotline, Live and Uncensored, May 3, 1989
Citizens Live!, Black Floyd (band), February 25, 1989
Singles Hotline, February 2, 1989
Singles Hotline, Musicians Hotline, Live and Uncensored, Nocturnal News; Midnight to 4AM, April 21, 1989
Single Hotline, Nocturnal News, April 19, 1989
Singles Hotline, March 30, 1989; Singles Hotline, On the Roxx, March 31, 1989
Singles Hotline, April 3-5
Citizens Live!, Primitive Moderns (band), April 1, 1989
Citizens Live! September 24
Singles Hotline, Musicians Hotline, Live and Uncensored, April 27, 1989
Star Trek, April 30, 1989
Singles Hotline, May 1, 1989
Singles Hotline, Joke Hotline, Live and Uncensored, Nocturnal News, May 2, 1989
Citizens Live!, New Torpedoes (band), March 25, 1989
Singles Hotline, March 27, 1989 (Magician) and, March 28, 1989 (Legs)
Singles Hotline, March 8-9, 1989
Singles Hotline, March 13-14, 1989
Singles Hotline, March 20-22, 1989
Citizens Live!, Power Monkey (band), March 18, 1989
Singles Hotline, March 15, 16, April 18, 1989
Live and Uncensored, April 18, 1989
Citizens Live!, Dickie Lee Erwin (band), April 22, 1989
Singles Hotline, January 31; Live and Uncensored, April 18 Citizens Live!, November 14, 1989
Citizens Live! promo #3, March 1988
Citizens Live! special #19, Second Glance, DMZ, Oktober Silk (bands), March 1988
Citizens of the 5th Millennium, The Austin Lounge Lizards, October 1983
Citizens of the 5th Millennium, Best of Citizens #5, traditional music, June 9, 1985
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93-153/7 X5-X6:
Citizens Live! special #20, The Heat, The Senders (bands), April 6, 1988
Citizens Live! special #42, The Video Guerillas, The Occupants, Power Monkey, The Roman Candles, Primitive Modems, (bands) November 1988
Citizens Live! special #21, Swing Time, Mind Splinters, Eloise Burrell and the New Mix, Tanz Waffen, The Heat (bands), April 7, 1988
Citizens of the 5th Millennium, Summer Special, July 11, 1987
Citizens of the 5th Millennium, The Best of the Citizens of the 5th Millennium, July 6, 1984
Citizens Live! special #22, Big Bam Boo, The Occupants, Ali and the All-Nighters, Guardez Lou (bands), April 12, 1988
Citizens Live! special #25, Tranz Waffen, The Motive (bands)
Live and Uncensored, guests: Nudists, November 21, 1988
Live and Uncensored, Singles Hotline (host, Dean Langston), November 28, 1988
The "Oh Girl" Hotline Fashion Show
Ask Livia Live!, November 20, 1989
Live and Uncensored!, guest: Tana the Stripper, November 22, 1988
Kids Only! (2 tapes), October 27, 1991
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93-153/8 X6-X8:
Chaos, April 3, 1992
Club X's, Don't Drink and Drive, May 4, 1991
Singles, April 3, 1992
Austin Portfolio, host: Deborah Carter-Minten
Friday 2, Channel 33, 5pm-12pm
Live and Uncensored, February 15, 1990
Singles Hotline, Thursday night; Sexual Hotline, Friday morning, February 16, 1990
Club Xs Live (2 tapes), February 16, 1990
Club Xs February 2-3, 1990
Club Xs, February 9-10, 1990
Singles Hotline, February 6-7, 1990
Hotlines, February 8, 1990
Singles Hotline, February 9, 1990
Club Xs, January 12, 1990
Channel 10, Tuesday 3, 11pm-5am
Channel 10, Wednesday 3, after midnight
Singles Hotline, January 3, 1990
Singles Hotline, January 11, 1990
Tuesday
Singles Hotline, Thursday night; Club Xs, Friday night
Singles Hotline, Tuesday Night; Sports Hotline, Wednesday, January 24, 1990
Singles Hotlines, Wednesday night; Sports Hotline, Thursday morning, January 25, 1990
Singles Hotline, Wednesday morning, January 31, 1990
Singles Hotline, Friday Morning; Club Xs, Friday night, January 26, 1990
Singles Hotline, Thursday morning, February 1, 1990
Singles hotline, Friday night, February 2, 1990
Singles Hotline, Club Xs, March 9, 1990
Ask Livia Live, Live and Uncensored, April 17, 1990; Live and Uncensored (Racism) April 18, 1990; Mental Health Issues, Space Shuttle
Singles Hotline, Joke Hotline, April 18, 1990
Singles Hotline, Joke Hotline, March 27-28, 1990
Music Hotline! March 16, 1990
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95-153/9 X8-X10:
Singles/Sexual Hotlines, Club Xs, February 23, 1990
Singles Hotline, February 22, 1990
Singles Hotline, February 21, 1990
Singles Hotline, Mental Health, March 8, 1990
Singles Hotline (John host), March 7, 1990
Singles Hotlines, Mental Health Issues, Bronx Catholics, March 15, 1990
Live and Uncensored, Club Xs, March 2, 1990
Tuesday night, Wednesday morning, April 4, 1990
Singles Hotline, Live and Uncensored, February 28, 1990
Singles Hotline, Mental Health, March 1, 1990
Blank for Victor (Elvis), April 12, 1990
Singles Hotline, Sexual Hotline, Club Xs, February 23, 1990
Star Trek, Singles Hotline, Joke Hotline, April 13, 1990
Singles Hotline, Mental Health Issues, March 28-29, 1990
Jay Leno, The Simpsons, March 25, 1990; Susan Tommey Frost, April 15, 1990; Star Trek, Citizens Live!, June 19, 1990
Club Xs, Channel 40; Lost Sound Elizz, April 13-14, 1990
Live and Uncensored, March 13, 1990; No Signal, March 14, 1990; 2 hrs, 38 minutes, March 16, 1990
Under 17 Only, TV Hotline, June 31, 1990
Star Trek, Citizens Live, July 21, 1990; Star Trek, Under 17 Only, July 23, 1990
Movie Hotline, Singles Hotline, Free Speech Hotline, Japanese Battles, July 13, 1990
The Simpsons, Movie Hotline, Singles Hotline, Free Speech Hotline, July 6, 1990
Singles Hotline, Mental Health Issues, April 5, 1990; Face Your Pet, June 27, 1990
Singles Hotline, Music Hotline, Sports Hotline, April 6, 1990; Waste Hotline, June 25, 1990
Unknown War, The Simpsons, Terrorism, Wings, Star Trek, June 10, 1990
Council Agenda Hotline, June 6, 1990; Singles Hotline, Music Hotline (Trillium), June 8, 1990
Under 17 Only, Singles Hotline, TV Hotline, Joke Hotline, August 3, 1990
Free Speech Outline, Star Trek, Citizens Live!, June 2, 1990
New Athens, May 31, 1990; Singles Hotline, Girl Talk Hotline, Free Speech Hotline, June 1, 1990
Rolling Stone Concert, Star Trek, May 30, 1990; Council Agenda Hotline, Mental Health Issues, May 31, 1990
Singles Hotline, Council Agenda Hotline, The Simpsons, Star Trek, NA21 Art, May 9, 1990
Candidate Forum (Ester stands in for Max), Council Agenda Hotline, Singles Hotline, Mental Health Issues, May 24, 1990
Candidate Forum (Bob Larson), Council Agenda Hotline, Singles Hotline, Sports Hotline, May 11, 1990; The Simpsons, Star Trek, June 3, 1990
Singles Hotline, Mental Health Issues, May 10, 1990; The Simpsons, May 13, 1990
Star Trek, May 21, 1990; Ask Livia Live, New Athens, Free Speech Hotline, Candidate Forum (Lee Lane), May 22, 1990
Jingles Hotline, Music Connection, Sports Hotline, April 20, 1990
Star Trek, Citizens Live! (Livia), Club Xs, The Simpsons, May 5, 1990; Star Trek, May 6, 1990
Singles Hotline, Sexual Hotline, Space Shuttle, April 25, 1990
Ask Livia Live, Live and Uncensored, Discovery Space Shuttle and Hubble Telescope, April 24, 1990
Club Xs, April 21, 1990; The Simpsons, Married with Children, April 28, 1990
Star Trek, Cable Matters, Free Speech Hotline, Singles Hotline, "Oh Girl" Hotline, August 22, 1990
Council Agenda, Movie Hotline, TV Hotline, Psycho Hotline, August 23, 1990; Citizens Live!, August 25, 1990
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95-153/10 X10-X12:
Star Trek, October 7, 1990; Singles Hotline, "Oh Girl" Hotline, October 10, 1990
Citizens Live!, October 13, 1990; Star Trek, New Athens, WWII Bomber Offensive, October 14, 1990
Jerry at the Club Xs, Citizens Live, Wide World of Comedy, Star Trek, September 29, 1990; New Athens, Singles Hotline, October 5, 1990
Free Speech Hotline, Singles Hotline, The "Oh Girl" Hotline, December 12, 1990
Candidate Forum (Bob Larson), Free Speech Hotline, Singles Hotline, 1990
Star Trek, Citizens Live!, December 8, 1990
Free Speech Hotline, Singles Hotline, The "Oh Girl" Hotline, November 28, 1990
Singles Hotline, The "Oh Girl" Hotline, September 19, 1990; J. Edgar Hoover, Free Speech Hotline, September 20, 1990
Star Trek, Stevie Ray Vaughn Tribute, August 28, 1990; Singles Hotline, Puppets Live, August 29, 1990
New Athens, Free Speech Hotline, Singles Hotline, Music Hotline, Problem Hotline, Citizens Live! (KTBC Channel 7), August 24, 1990
New Athens, Free Speech Hotline, Singles Hotline, October 12, 1990; Moms Show, Citizens Live! ("Quiet Time")
Singles Hotline, The "Oh Girl" Hotline, October 17, 1990; J. Edgar Hoover, Sports Talk, Club Xs DWI Footage, Dean Production Footage, October 18, 1990
Singles Hotline, TV Hotline, Joke Hotline, Problem Hotline, September 21, 1990; Thom Prentice, September 22, 1990
NOVA - Red Dye Cultures, Star Trek, Candidate Forum (Lee Lane), The Music Hotline (Tommy Elgin), 1990
Singles Hotline, Live and Uncensored, May 18, 31, 1989
Singles Hotline, Joke Hotline, Live and Uncensored, May 16, 1989
Singles Hotline, Studs Lonigan, May 15, 1989
Citizen Live!, May 13, 1989; Singles Hotline, Live and Uncensored, May 10, 1989
Citizens Live!, June 3, 1989
Singles Hotline, June 1, 1989
Singles Hotline, May 29, 1989
Singles Hotline, May 22, 1989
Singles Hotline, Ask Livia Now, July 26, 1989
Singles Hotline, July 25, 1989
Singles Hotline, Ask Livia Live, The Music Connection, The Hollywood Connection, The Space Alien Hotline, July 21, 1989
Citizens Live, June 11, 1989
Chinese Students, Singles Hotline, June 13, 1989
Singles Hotline, Live and Uncensored, July 21, 1989
Singles Hotline, July 12, 1989
Singles Hotline, June 23, 1989
Singles Hotline, Live and Uncensored, May 11, 1989
Singles Hotline, Joke Hotline, May 9, 1989
Singles Hotline, Live and Uncensored, June 21, 1989
Singles Hotline, June 15, 1989
Singles Hotline, June 14, 1989
Singles Hotline, June 13, 1989
Sports Hotline, Music Connection, December 29, 1989
Xs Live, January 6, 1990
Channel 10, 2 am - 4 am, November 17, 1989
Channel 10, Midnight to 2 am, November 17, 1989
Club Xs, New Years' Eve, 1989-1990
Singles Hotline, Sports Hotline, October 20, 1989
Hot Line, October 19, 1989
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95-153/11 X12-X13:
Master, A-2, December 14, 1989
Master, A-3, December 15, 1989
Singles Hotline, master, December 6, 1989
Singles Hotline, master, December 28, 1989
Sports Hotline, December 28, 1989
Singles Hotline, December 29, 1989
Singles Hotline, master, December 20, 1989
Singles Hotline, Joke Hotline, Sports Hotline, October 18, 1989
Singles Hotlines, Joke Hotline, August 16, 17, 1989
Singles Hotline, Ask Livia Live, August 15, 1989
Singles Hotline, Ask Livia Live, The Music Connection, Weird Dream Hotline, August 11, 1989
Singles Hotline, Live and Uncensored, August 10, 1989
"Bread and Circus," 1983
Citizens of the 5th Millennium, Guitarist Junji Shoda; Spaceship shots, Voyage 852
Comedy, Video Guerrillas, Dean Langston
Sample of cable and broadcast work, 1977-1979
Raw footage, Farm Workers; Ann Abbott
Hotline, source
Dean Vision 1988, Straw Poll Bush or Dukakis, October 2, 1988
Raw Dub, Dean Langston Oldies 1. Studio Ten, 2. ECHO, 3. ACTV Promos
Langston sampler
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93-153/12 X16:
Austin Music Live!, March 1991
Club Xs, Austin Music Live!, December, March 1991
Austin Music Live!, Max Trixi (band), March 1991
Austin Music Live!, Shiva's Head Band (band, 2 tapes), March 1991
Citizens Live!, Mother Tongue (band)
Austin Music Live!, Wikked Wayz (band), March 1991
Austin Music Live!, Mother Tongue (band), March 1991
Austin Music Live!, Talk Outta Turn (band), March 1991
Austin Music Live!, Shiva's Head Band (band), March 1991
Austin Music Live!, The Vanguards (band), March 21, 1991
Citizens Live!, Liquid Mice and Robots (band), March 14, 1992
Austin Music Live!, A Year From Monday (band), March 17, 1991
Citizens Live!, December (band), January 25, 1992
Citizens Line!, The Personalities (band), February 1, 1992
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93-153/13 X16-X17:
Citizens Live!, The Personalities (band), February 1, 1992
Citizens Live!, Liquid Mice and Robots (band), March 14, 1992
Citizens Live!, March 21, 1992
Citizens Live!, Liquid Mice and Robots (band), March 14, 1992
Austin Music Live!, March 1991
Austin Music Live!, Jr. Medlow's Tornado Alley (band), March 1991
Austin Comedy Spotlight (2 tapes), May 15, 1991
Magnet Productions, A Warning to Texas Oil Investors, August 15, 1988
Dean Langston Television Productions, guest: Rick Trout, topic: Alleged Program Abuse by the Navy, November 2, 1988
Citizen Alert, wanted by the Austin Police Department, August 29, 1988
Magnet Productions, Marissa Dryden, November 21, 1988
Magnet Documentaries, Israeli Concentration Camp (2 tapes)
Wanted by the FBI, "Top Ten"
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93-153/14 X17, X19:
Joe's Generic Bar and Elvis' Return, Marissa Dryden, January 14, 1989
Magnet Documentaries, Israeli Concentration Camp (2 tapes
Magnet Productions and Marissa Dryden, The View from Barton Creek and Down I-35
Wanted by the FBI
Cable World Live!, open mic: Susan Lindfors, 1988.
New Athens, Judy Rose: Brackenridge Pediatrics and Maternity
New Athens, host reviews Cooksey, Mullen and Bustin, May 29, 1985
New Athens, World Class Cyclists, March 28, 1985
Cable World Live!, special #1, martial arts, 1988
New Athens, Jim Mattox, April 2, 1987
Cable World Live!, special #2, Foreign Trade, 1988
Music Hotline, Stephanie Bradley, June 14, 1990
New Athens
New Athens, Mary Palusiak, M. A., April 2, 1991
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93-153/15 X19:
Bruce Todd, Candidate for Mayor, City of Austin
New Athens, Texas Citizen Action, June 6, 1991
New Athens, Harry Corn, Bankruptcy Taxes, June 6, 1991
New Athens, Frank Cooksey, April 20, 1985
Underground Sounds, host: Angel Kibler: Mike Runnels and New Electric Texas (bands), Summer 1984
The Citizen Airman!, Texas Special Olympics, Fourth of July Picnic, July 1985
The Modern Hispanic America, April 22, 1988
"Theatre Works Films," "Home," Spring 1988
The Modern Hispanic Americans, Rodolfo Mendez, Ballet East Austin Dance Theatre, May 22, 1988
The Modern Hispanic American, Berto Guerra, President of Travis County Chamber of Commerce
Dean Langston Productions, Maria Rocha, October 16, 1988
The Modern Hispanic American, April 24, 1988
The Modern Hispanic American, Rodolfo Mendez
The Modern Hispanic American, Berto Guerra, May 1, 1988
Financial Planning with David Guigli, April 7, 1988
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93-153/16 X19:
Future Wars, Chapter 1, August 2, 1988
Kung Fu
The Modern Hispanic American, April 17, 1988
En Vivo!, Guest: James Austin Pinedo
Financial Planning with David Guigly, 1988
Citizens Live!
Box #7:
Ken Webster, Monte, Stagger Lee, Max Nofzinger, Homeboys
Effect, M. Ritter, M. Scott, Sally Ride, ACTV, Folklore
Rocket Bob, Promos, Head, Alive From Off Center
J. Gillman and Friends, Rey Nardine, Junior and the Golden Echoes, Bicyclists, Together Band
Bud Ashwood, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Frank Cooksey, CPR Band, National Medieval
Mel Pennington, Blue Nagual, Ingrid, Randy Newman
The Lounge Lizards (band), November 2, 1985
Quilting, The Lounge Lizards, The Urge, Carolina Band, Margie, Companions
Roc Bob and the 5th Millennium (band), November 9, 1985
Debussy Fields (band), October 12, 1985
August 31, 1985 Dan Ruppa; June 22, 1985 Runnels/Ideals
Roky Erickson (band), November 16, 1985
Ponty Bone and the Squeeze Tones (band), 1985
November 30, 1985 - January 2, 1986
October 26 - December 3, 1985
October 3 - October 19, 1985
August 22 - September 21, 1985
June 27 - August 14, 1985
Box #8:
March 22, 1986
The Name (band), May 9, 1986
Swingtime (band), May 17, 1986
McColl and Tracy (band), June 7, 1986
Richard Patereau-Bayou Bandits (band), September 13, 1986
Mandy Mercier (band), September 27, 1986
Phillip East Family Band (band), October 11, 1985
October 25, 1986
November 22, 1986
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93-153/17 Cable Commission, January 8, 1986
Bill Chimka/Karen Kinslow, February 14, 1986
February 15, 1986
March 15, 1986; New Athens, March 18, 1986
March 1, 8, 1986; New Athens, March 8, 1986
April 12, 1986
May 3, 1986 Zamrath, Mad Flute, Russ Forbes, Caldwell and Wingfree, Mike Lawson; New Athens, Dr. Rita Atwood, May 3, 1986
South of the River (band), June 28, 1986
The Lounge Lizards (band), July 12, 1986
Bluesprint (band), July 26, 1986
Mark Luke Daniels (band), August 23, 1986
The Heat, August 30, 1986
Mark Williams Birthday Show, November 29, 1986
Eloise Burrell and the New Mix (band), December 13, 1986
December 20, 1986
Box #9:
The G-Men (band) June 7, 1986
Tanz Waffen (band), September 13, 1986
Basically Speaking (band), September 20, 1986
The Phillip East Family (band), October 1986
Natures Divine (band), October 4, 1986
October 20, 1986
Emily Kaitz (band, 2 tapes), October 25, 1986
November 1, 1986
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93-153/18 The GTO's (band), January 1986
Reynardine (band), January 11, 1986
Tom Shaka and the Boogieman (band), February 5, 1986
The Carlos Thompson Revue (band), February 22, 1986
Mark Luke Daniels (band), March 15, 1986
The Name (band), March 29, 1986
Do Dat (band), April 5, 1986
The Uranium Sausages (band), April 12, 1986
Basically Speaking (band), April 19, 1986
May 24, 1986
McColl and Tracy (band), May 31, 1986
Ali and the All-Nighters (band), July 5, 1986
Swamp Thang (band), August 23, 1986
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93/153/19 Box #10:
The E-Band (band), July 14, 1985
Nearly Normal (band), June 1986
The Colours (band, 2 tapes), November 1986
Traditional music (2 tapes), November 15, 1986
December 6, 1986 (2 tapes)
Russell Herbert-Torres (band, 2 tapes), December 20, 1986
True Believers, Michael Blake Band, December 27, 1986
Slow Curve (band), 1986
Reynardine (band)
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93-153/20 Box #11
Zulu Time (band), January 3, 1987; January 31, 1987
Moving Parts, Rock Hounds (bands), February 7, 1987
February 21, 1987
Responsible Johnny (band), March 7, 1987
Great Guns (band), March 14, 1987
Grimalkin (band), April 11, 1987
April 18, 1987
Felix Culpa (band), May 2, 1987
The Dig (band), May 9, 1987
Big Bamboo (band), May 16, 1987
Public Bulletin (band), May 23, 1987
Carolina Band (band), June 20, 1987
Carolina Band (band), June 27, 1987
Lumber (band, 2 tapes), July 11, 1987
The Resistors (band), July 18, 1987
Avenue "D" (band), July 25, 1987
Open mic: Julie Howard, August 15, 1987
E-Z Action (band), August 22, 1987
The Colours (band), August 29, 1987
The Big Samoans (band), September 12, 1987
Electric Pilgrim (band), September 19, 1986
Second Glance (band), September 26, 1987
October 3, 1987
The Amazing Men (band), October 10, 1987
Conquest (band), October 24, 1987
Waterloo Winds (band), October 31/November 7, 1987
Dream Runner (band), November 14, 1987
Dancing Bear (band), November 21, 1987
Mind Splinters (band), December 5, 1987
The Rocksmiths (band), December 12, 1987
Stick People (band), December 19, 1986
Open mic: Mark Williams, December 26, 1987
Slow Curve (band), 1986
Hill Street Blues
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93-153/21 Box #11, 12:
The Tremors (band, 2 tapes), January 17, 1987
Blake Band and Cathy Coleman (band, 2 tapes), January 24, 1987
Zulu Time (band), January 30, 1987
DMZ (band, 2 tapes), January 31, 1987
Public Bulletin (band), April 11, 1987
100th Monkey, Javelin Boot (band, 4 tapes), April 18, 1987
The Zone (band, 2 tapes), April 25, 1987
The Dig (band), May 9, 1987
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93-153/22 Box #12:
100th Monkey (band), January 10, 1987
Alamo Choir (band), March 28, 1987
Not for Sale (band), April 4, 1987
Javelin Boot (band), April 18, 1987
Open mic: Mark Williams, Julie Howard, David Hollowel, August 15, 1987
Moving Parts (band), 1987
The Secret Six, Wild World
1987
Box #1:
Companions, June 9, 1984
The Effect (band, 2 tapes), July 28, 1984
Urban Life, Finn-McCool
Bouree Texana, Wide World
The Lounge Lizards
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93-153/23 Quilting and Angel, May 26, 1984
The Windows (band), June 22, 1984
Box #2:
The Togetherness Band, Jr. Franklin and the Golden Echoes (bands), March 2, 1985
Reynardine (band), March 9, 1985
Parsecs (band), March 16, 1985
Dana Cooper (band), March 22, 1985
CPR Band (band), April 13, 1985
Bruce Newman (band), April 20, 1985
Ingrid Karklins (band), May 4, 1985
Best of #3, May 20, 1985
Debussy Fields (band), May 25, 1985
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93-153/24 John Henley, Wackin Shillelaghs (band, 2 tapes), October 20, 1984
Best of #2, December 19, 1984
Stagger Lee (band), December 28, 1984
Mike Runnels and the Ideals (band), 1984
Variety, 1984
The Homeboys (band), 1984
Box #4:
Bruce Newman and Friends (band), June 1, 1985
Mark Luke Daniels, Ed Miller (Band), June 8, 1985
Mike Runnels and the Ideals (band), June 22, 1985
Basically Speaking (band), July 20, 1985
Fuscia (band), December 12, 1986
Orchestra Shati, December 22, 1986
Promo #2, January 1, 1988
Warner Brothers Recording Library featuring The Ramones' "I Wanna Live"
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93-153/25 Box #5:
Jubal Clark and Ted Cobb, December 21, 1986
Classical Music, March 9, 1988
Great Guns, Stick People, Salem Tree (band), March 1988
Javelin Boot, The Wigglies, Lou Guardez (bands), March 1988
NAACP, The Heat, Dancing Bear (bands), March 1988
Public Bulletin, The Wigglies (bands), March 1988
Atomic Energy Commission, band: Ruddi Dadd, March 1988
Arts and Entertainment July 11, 1988
Special #10 1988
The Lounge Lizards (band), November 2, 1985
The Jaguars (band), December 7, 1985
The Windows (band), December 28, 1985
Mad Flute (band), 1985
The Doak Snead and Woody Ray Band, 1985
Swamp Thang (band), 1985
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93-153/26 The Rocket Bob Band, May 18, 1985
September 7, 1985
September 28, 1985
Ed Miller (band), October 1985
The Ideals (band), 1985
The Rhythm Rats (band), 1985
Gypsy Flash (band), 1985
Roky Erickson (band), 1985
Wes and Victoria Hamil (guests), 1985
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93-153/27 Box B-1:
April 7, 1990
April 14, 1990
Catholic Strummer (band), May 5, 1990
May 12, 1990 (2 tapes)
May 19, 1990
Theater, comedy, and band Silver Thistles (2 tapes), June 9, 1990
June 16, 1990 (2 tapes)
July 14, 1990 (2 tapes)
Stephanie Bradley (band), July 21, 1990
Danny and the Hurricanes (band), August 11, 1990
August 18, 1990
Bon Terra (band), October 6, 1990
October 7, 1990
October 20, 1990
October 27, 1990 (3 tapes)
Box B-2:
Straw poll (2 tapes), October 8, 1988
Straw poll (2 tapes), October 15, 1988
Straw poll: Kitty Clark, Democrat; Nancy, Libertarian; Karen Kendrick, Republican (2 tapes), October 22, 1988
Straw poll (2 tapes), November 5, 1988
Hoi Polloi (band, 2 tapes), November 12, 1988
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93-153/28 Straw poll (2 tapes), October 29, 1988
Primitive Moderns (band), November 19, 1988
The Mind Splinters (band, 2 tapes), December 3, 1988
December 10, 1988
Box B-3:
Gretchen, The Individuals (bands, 2 tapes), December 17, 1988
The Chromatics (band), January 28, 1989
Alan Damron (band), February 4, 1989
February 18, 1989
Black Floyd (band), February 25, 1989
Power Monkey (band, 2 tapes), March 18, 1989
Early 1988, raw footage: The Occupants (band)
Raw footage dump, The Helix Ensemble - Juan Tasat
Lou Guardez
UT Andien Ensemble
Electric Pilgrim
Javelin Boot
Dream Runner
Raw footage, Robin Leach
The Wigglies
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93-153/29 Box B-4:
Waterloo Winds, Javelin Boot (bands), January 16, 1988
The Occupants (bands), January 23, 1988
The Rocksmiths, December 12, 1987
Great Guns (band), January 30, 1988
Stick People, Mary Obyer (band, 3 tapes), February 13, 1988
The Wigglies (band, 2 tapes), February 20, 1988
Atomic Energy Commission, February 27, 1988
Public Bulletin (band, 2 tapes), March 5, 1988
Salem Tree (band, 2 tapes), March 12, 1988
Rudi Dadd (band, 2 tapes), March 19, 1988
The Heat (band, 2 tapes), March 26, 1988
The Senders (bands, 2 tapes), April 2, 1988
Hoi Polloi, Rock Smiths (bands, 3 tapes), April 9, 1988
Box B-5:
The Motive, The Individuals (bands, 3 tapes), June 18, 1988
Stick People (band, 2 tapes), June 25, 1987
Test tape, July 2, 1988
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95-153/30 The Motive, Austin Chamber Ensemble (bands, 3 tapes), April 16, 1988
Tanz Waffen (band, 2 tapes), April 23, 1988
Colors (band, 2 tapes), April 30, 1988
Alamo Choir (2 tapes), May 7, 1988
Open mic: James Glenn, Sally Brenham, May 14, 1988
Joey Dome and the Rhythm Slaves (bands, 3 tapes), May 21, 1988
Deborah Carter, The Killing Floor, Emily Kaitz, Jana Williams (bands, 2 tapes), June 4, 1988
Open mic: James Glenn, Lance Keltner, Mike Williams, Sally Branem (2 tapes), June 11, 1988
The Wigglies, Happy Plants, Renee Fuqua (bands, 2 tapes), July 2, 1988
The Senders
Tanz Waffen
Box B-6:
The Hieroglyphics (band, 2 tapes), November 25, 1989
Comedy Sportz, open mic: Jimmy LeFave (2 tapes), December 2, 1989
Comedy Sportz, Go Dog Go (band, 2 tapes), December 16, 1989
Comedy Sportz, Council members, Bleeding Mummies (band, 2 tapes), January 6, 1990
Comedy, Theater, Max Nofzinger, open mike: Sue Young (2 tapes), January 20, 1990
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95-153/31 Twilight Zone (band, 2 tapes), October 28, 1989
Sledhead, open mic: Emerald Eyes, Poet Showcase, Comedy Sportz (2 tapes), November 11, 1989
W. K. Gentry (band, 2 tapes), November 18, 1989
Theater, Council member Humphrey, Band: Second Glance, December 9, 1989
Dumb Corpse
Box B-7:
Timmy and the Timebombs (band, 2 tapes) October 21, 1989
Bucky Einstein (band, empty), May 27, 1989
Friendly Truckers (band), June 3, 1989
Bitter Suite (band), July 15, 1989
EXP (band), July 22, 1989
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95-153/32 Chinese students band: Retarded Elf (2 tapes), June 17, 1989
O Perfect Master (band), July 1, 1989
Dumb Corpse (band), August 12, 1989
Quiet Time (band, 2 tapes), September 16, 1989
Dial-A-Pole (2 tapes),
September 30, 1989
October 14, 1989 (2 tapes)
Box B-8:
Big Blue Boys (band, 2 tapes) July 6, 1991
Sherri Baby, August 3, 1991
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95-153/33 Ronnie Green Jazz Trio (band), December 12, 1986
San Marcos 7, October 26, 1991
June 6, 1991
Open mic: Allen Bretboggs, February 9, 1991
The Highwaymen (band), February 16, 1991
DLCZ (2 tapes),
Call for tapes by February 15 for Women's Showcase, February 12, 1991
October 31, 1991 (3 tapes)
Bad Rodeo, November 2, 1991
Box B-9:
The Chromatics (band, 2 tapes), May 13, 1989
Austin Chimer Chorus (band, 2 tapes), May 20, 1989
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95-153/34 New Torpedoes (band, 2 tapes), March 25, 1989
Primitive Moderns (band, 2 tapes), April 1, 1989
Call to Arms (band), April 15, 1989
Dickie Lee Erwin (band), April 22, 1989
Twilight Zone (band), April 29, 1989
Renegade, May 6, 1989
Box B-10:
Pocket Fisherman (band, 2 tapes), July 16, 1988
Nine Worlds (band, 2 tapes), August 13, 1988
The Occupants (band, 2 tapes), August 27, 1988
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95-153/35 Power Monkey (band, 2 tapes), September 3, 1988
Adrianne Inglis (band, 2 tapes), September 24, 1988
July 9, 1988 (2 tapes)
Stupidity Index, Deborah Carter, The Eastern League (bands, 4 tapes), July 23, 1988
Roman Candles (band, 2 tapes), July 30, 1988
Javelin Boot (band, 2 tapes), August 6, 1988
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95-135/36 July 16, 1988
Ruddi Dadd (band), August 20, 1988
Box B-11:
Burke's Law (band), March 17, 1991
Happy Birthday War Baby (band), May 11, 1991
Open mic: Char Busse, May 25, 1991
Flying Fisherman Sailors (band), June 8, 1991
Till the Cows Come Home (band), June 22, 1991
Brazil (band), July 13, 1991
Sherri Baby (band), August 3, 1991
The Realm (2 tapes), August 24, 1991
October 26, 1991
4 Violent Guys (band), November 23, 1991
Box B-12:
Javelin Boot (band, 2 tapes), December 19, 1987
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95-153/37 The Wigglies (band, 2 tapes), June 6, 1987
October Silk (band, 2 tapes), June 13, 1987
DMZ (band), August 1, 1987
The Connectors (band), September 5, 1987
The Name (band), May 19, 1986
The Big Samoans (band), open mic: 1987 Helix Ensemble, September 12, 1987
Second Glance (band), Open mic: Jim Laurie, Mark Williams, Mike Williams, September 26, 1987
The Amazing Men (band), October 10, 1987
Box B-13:
Big Bamboo (band), October 17, 1987
Open mic: David Hollowell, October 24, 1987
Dancing Bear (band), November 1, 1987
Dream Runner (band, empty) November 14, 1987
Ring Theatre (band), November 28, 1987
Mind Splinters (band), Open mic: Julie Howard, Mark Luke Daniels, December 5, 1987
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95-153/38 The Colours
Morgan and the Pirates
Timmy and the Bombs (band), June 23, 1990
The Kat Murphy Band (band, 2 tapes) January 12, 1991
March 9, 1991
Friendly Truckers (band), June 22, 1991
New Brazil (band), July 13, 1991
July 27, 1991 (2 tapes)
August 10, 1991
Incredible Imbeuls (band), September 7, 1991
Sideways Cafe (band, 2 tapes), September 14, 1991
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95-153/39 September 28, 1991
Heather (band), October 5, 1991
October 26, 1991
November 9, 1991
March 29, 1992
Box B-14:
Comedy Sportz, Open mic: Joanna, Davie, Jim, Glenn, Mike, Sharon Turrentine (2 tapes)
February 3, 1990 (2 tapes)
Comedy Sportz, Gypsy Rogue (band, 2 tapes)
Comedy Sportz, Threads, open mic: Lillian Stanfield (band, 2 tapes) February 17, 1990
February 24, 1990 (2 tapes)
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95-153/40 March 3, 1990 (2 tapes)
March 10, 1990 (2 tapes)
New Cairo Trio (band), March 16, 1990
March 24, 1990 (2 tapes)
Lambada, Belly dance, March 31, 1990
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95-153/41 Cableworld:
C-1:
February 5, 1988
February 26, 1988
District Judge Juan Gallardo, March 4, 1988
March 18, 1990
March 25, 1988
April 1, 1988
April 8, 1988
April 15, 1988
April 29, 1988
May 6, 1990
May 20, 1988
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95-153/42 June 17, 1988
June 24, 1988
C-2:
Cindy Williams, Bill Oakley, July 8, 1988
A Warning to Texas oil Investors, August 8, 1988
Texas Coalition for Responsible Investment, September 29, 1988
October 14, 1988
CPR, Nature Center, Round Rock Theater and Movie Reviews The Accused, October 21, 1988
Capital City Playhouse, October 28, 1988
Hispanic Chamber, St. Ed Theater, Movie Review, November 4, 1988
Nature People, Mark Blumenthal, November 11, 1988
November 18, 1988
A Play, Chair of ACTV Board, Mike Maloney, December 9, 1988
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93-153/43 The Austin Light Live:
C-3:
City Budget, August 7, 1988
Resource Management (2 tapes), July 24, 1988
Maria Rocha AESME, August 28, 1988
The Austin Tourism Bureau, Gloria Moore, September 25, 1988
County Race Places #45, #49, October 23, 1988
George Humphrey, November 6, 1988
Rex Moses, Anti-Abortion, November 13, 1988
Guest: Austin Mayor Lee Cooke