November 13 & 14 @PacificaRadio Archives National Broadcast [video]

Tuesday, November 13 and Wednesday, November 14 Pacifica Radio Stations KPFA, KPFK, KPFT, WBAI and WPFW will devote their broadcast days to historic programs from the Pacifica Radio Archives.

Adrienne Rich reads her poems, twenty year old Bob Dylan introduces his new songs, James Baldwin, Dolores Huerta, Malcolm X, Ray Bradbury — the real and crazy mix and mash up of the latter half of the twentieth century.

It’s history. It’s inspiration. It’s revolution. Don’t miss excerpts from the 1974 marathon reading of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina with the voices of Henry Fonda, Penny Marshall, Jack Klugman, George Segal, Tony Randall, Rob Reiner, and many others:

If you’re inspired to donate, know that you are matching NEA and other funds to preserve and digitize exceptional programs (maybe even your own). A contribution to the Campus Campaign brings a collection of key historic tapes to the public library or college of your choice, and a copy for you to keep.  Help save the past of Public/Community Radio for the Future!