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News Summary for 1974-03-12
News Summary for 1974-03-12
[00:00:05] Music begins [00:00:48] News summary for March 12,1974 [00:01:07] March of Dimes PSA [00:01:38] National News summary by Melanie Colcanyon?; death penalty; oil embargo; Solzhenitzyn; [00:04:02] Dean Opperman? with state news; public workers strike; governor on oil industry; LA earthquakes; safeguards of plutonium [00:06:30] UNICEF PSA about Vietnamese children [00:06:55] Pam Brown with local news; Reduced Emissions car rally with Allan Cohen; Dr. Rollo May upcoming speech; [00:09:58] Streaking case at Cuesta College [00:11:01] Missie Pearce on streaking on college campuses, interviews with students about streaking [00:16:35] Interview ends [00:16:53] OCPS - Official Cal Poly Streakers members interviewed [00:21:04] Brief cut-off swing advertisement [00:21:28] KCPR Classical Music with Rick Shaw spot [00:22:00] KCPR Sports with Tony Diaz [00:24:35] Entertainment with Rick; discussion of Oscar winners [00:29:00] KCPR Swing spot - The Big Bands and All That Jazz [00:29:58] Uncle Al with spot on streakers; waterskiis; Chicago O'Hare; National Guard; [00:31:05] Weather Mono Weathermono? with weather [00:32:21] News summary sign off [00:32:43] Patrick J. Frowley gives a speech on the convocation series [00:33:25] Recording ends mid-speech, Alex Thomas
 KCPR #45 [Interview with Roger Boyd, keyboardist of Head East]
KCPR #45 [Interview with Roger Boyd, keyboardist of Head East]
Interview between the band Head East's keyboard player Roger Boyd and a KCPR DJ (Pete, or Frank Wilkinson?) [00:00:30] Introductions between Roger Boyd and interviewer [00:00:50] Recount of recently completed Head East tour [00:01:11] Cities of Head Easts's upcoming west coast tour [00:01:30] Q: Is Head East selling out their concerts? [00:02:09] Q: How did Head East get their name? [00:02:45] Q: What groups have influenced Head East's style? [00:03:08] Q: Have the members of the band been playing together for a long time? [00:03:47] Q: What does Head East consider to be their best song/album? [00:05:48] Q: Was 'Don't Let Me Sleep in the Morning' or other songs based on a personal experience? [00:06:36] Q: Do the band ever feel like they are running out of material? [00:06:58] Writing songs on the road [00:07:27] Q: How are Head East's albums selling? [00:08:14] Q: Did you have any formal keyboard training? [00:08:54] Q: Do you have a big collection of keyboards? [00:09:34] Gary Boyd station identification for KCPR [00:10:15] Thanks for the interview, Zach Vowell
Interviews with Tim Weisberg and Edmonds and Curley
Interviews with Tim Weisberg and Edmonds and Curley
[00:03:31] Weisberg talks about songwriting process [00:04:45] Weisberg talks about San Luis Obispo [00:06:27] Weisberg discusses members of the band [00:07:45] Performance versus studio recording [00:10:07] Weisberg's own favorite music [00:11:15] Weisberg's inspiration [00:12:47] Weisberg on how the audience can interact with the performance [00:14:08] Weisberg says he hasn't made it big yet [00:14:45] Weisberg on his tour and how he enjoys various locales [00:17:00] Weisberg continues talking about his audiences and how his songs are received [00:18:22] Top 40 discussion [00:19:03] Weisberg on his album sales [00:20:45] Weisberg talks about upcoming album and what it's like to release an album [00:22:44] Weisberg on other instruments [00:23:37] Technical setup discussion [00:25:00] Discussion continues about setups and technical aspects of doing a show [00:26:00] Wrap-up of the interview, Jim Allen, Mark ? [00:27:06] End of interview [00:27:14] Informal banter [00:27:49] Spot recording [00:28:19] Second spot [00:28:45] Informal banter continues [00:29:30] Recording room vacant [00:29:44] Spot recording [00:30:20] Interview of Thom Curley and Joey Edmonds [00:32:38] Edmonds and Curley talk about their tour of college campuses [00:33:05] Discussion of upcoming album [00:35:00] Continuation of tour discussion, banter continues with fake spots interspersed [00:37:28] Discussion of Edmonds and Curley's TV appearances [00:39:00] Name discussion [00:40:19] Meeting of Edmonds and Curley [00:41:00] Spots [00:43:33] Further discussion of television [00:44:50] Album discusson [00:45:30] Spots [00:46:18] Interview ends, Alex Thomas
Newsday, May 16, 1978
Newsday, May 16, 1978
[00:00:02] Micronesian - Japanese relations with Carly Sanders [00:00:39] Acting lessions for lawyers with Carly Sanders [00:01:25] 91 Newswatch Promo [00:02:27] 91 Newswatch Promo [00:02:42] Kevin Riggs with a summary of the upcoming stories [00:03:07] VA Hospital Volunteers / Voluntary Service Program [00:04:06] Local news with Kevin Riggs- Arroyo Grande children Tammy and Scott Sage rescued with new ambulances [00:04:42] Grover City youth drowns in Lopez Lake spillway [00:06:09] Wayne Leonard to speak at advertising training program for Cal Poly [00:06:52] Campus news continues [00:07:19] ASI Election results - John Griffin, Scott Walton, Ann Clendennen, Larry Robinson [00:08:10] Speech/Communication building construction continues [00:08:33] Population Institute surrealist PSA [00:09:42] World News [00:10:17] Senate votes to allow jet fighters to be sold to Middle East [00:10:44] Chilean ship Esmeralda on good-will visit to San Francisco [00:11:56] Report on Leon Panetta with Dave Curley [00:14:19] Weather [00:14:59] U.S. Travel Service traveling with pets PSA [00:16:19] Vivi Sanomond on solar energy [00:17:28] PSA on obesity [00:18:36] Kevin Riggs continues national news [00:19:31] Report on Rhodesian refugees [00:19:58] Tape damage increases, ceased recording, Alex Thomas
Features for Newsday, 1979
Features for Newsday, 1979
[00:00:12] ASI President Larry Robinson interviewed about city council by Leslie Bensacka [00:02:42] Chef Lane Page and Everett Duro and the campus food by Rebecca Fealig [00:05:13] San Luis Obispo air quality and smog, Bob Carr, by Cliff Flyham [00:06:38] Tay-Sachs disease, Kris Clefstead interviewed by Donna Bergh [00:08:16] Human Needs Assessment Committee with Pat Wickstrom in San Luis Obispo by Donna Bergh [00:09:30] Student final grade processing by Mike Madoff [00:11:02] Presidential Selection Advisory Committee for replacing Robert E. Kennedy, represented by Steve Bennett,, story by Leslie Bensacka [00:13:44] Guitarist-janitor Jeff Malman of Blazing Heart interviewed by Tom Hiskotch [00:16:24] Nazarene Student Mission Corps, Greg Sills, Mike Robinson, Rev. Paul Huddle interviewed by Ray Matthew [00:19:33] Cal Poly Solar Energy Club; Bob Levi interviewed by Leslie Bensacka [00:21:38] Scott Halquist interviewed about his disco by Bev Sassenberry [00:24:22] Abby Clark, counselor for elementary school students, interviewed by Bruce Clark [00:26:45] Raquetball club manager Sheldon Feige and various students interviewed about the sport by Wayne Jackson [00:29:26] Milk Carton Boat Race at Laguna Lake; Leanne Burning; Tim Lisell; Tim Blockinger interviewed by Missy Arnold [00:32:23] Mustang Waterslides at Lopez Lake designed by Warren Dolesaal, interviewed by Mike Houston [00:34:14] Mr. Rod Newbert of the University Travel Center interviewed by Rebecca Fealig [00:36:15] Concert Committee chairs Liz Nevins and Dana Jones interviewed [recording cuts off] [00:37:34] Concert Committee chairs Liz Nevins and Dana Jones interviewed by George Bocca [00:40:43] Story about Brian Lahler, editor of Balloonist magazine, by Mike Madoff [00:43:05] Proposed Married Student Complex by Tom Hiskotch [00:44:25] Pet Overpopulation; Melissa McCormick of the Humane Society interviewed by Wayne Jackson [00:46:26] Women in Agriculture Class, Katherine Ben Wa interviewed by Judy White [00:48:20] Billy Stevens, Cal Poly Shepherd, interviewed by Missy Arnolds [00:50:07] Student Volunteer Programs coordinator Harriet Clandannon interviewed by Kim Nelson [00:51:20] Cal Poly Debate Team coach Rodney Reynolds interviewed by Ray Matthew [00:53:40] Cal Poly Drama Department member Mike Hampton interviewed by Ray Matthew [00:56:18] ASI Student Government president Larry Robinson interviewed by Ray Matthew [00:59:05] Jeff Lann, Chairman of Student Health council interviewed about fees by Leslie Bensacka [01:01:15] Week of the Young Child; Kristie Gossin and Holly Hewitt interviewed by Leslie Bensacka [01:03:55] Land scarcity in the Central Coast, Doris Fossberg and Marilyn Harbuck interviewed by Bruce Clark [01:07:41] Wilbur Shigahara from Santa Maria on weather forecasting interviewed by Bruce Clark [Interview cuts off after overlapping audio] [01:08:54] Wilbur Shigahara from Santa Maria on weather forecasting interviewed by Bruce Clark, Zach Vowell
KCPR Archive Tape: Newsday Tape 1
KCPR Archive Tape: Newsday Tape 1
[00:00:12] Cataract awareness commercial [00:03:10] Weather [00:03:04] World News [00:06:16] Bruce Tochar interviews UCSF medical official Linda Conti about running [00:08:42] Cesar Chavez is expected to lead a strike [00:09:06] Public service announcement about crime awareness and prevention [00:10:08] 91 News from A to Z [00:11:50] Sports [00:14:35] Kelly Pearce interviews Cal Poly All-American Cross-Country runner Chris Schenkle [00:17:45] Jay Berks on his way out [00:17:34] News about Chinese military in Vietnam [00:18:36] Ray Matthew talks to Drama Department and Speech Major Mike Hampton [00:21:37] Nonsmoking Public Service Advertisement [00:22:04] The 91 News Files from A to Z [00:23:45] Jingle introducing Paula Chambers, beginning news section [00:24:28] Commercial for EOC Energy insulation [00:25:30] Paula Chambers for the news program [00:30:39] KCPR commercial for "hour with" on Monday nights [00:31:05] Missy Arnold interviews students about the Milk Carton boat race [00:32:10] Tim Blockinger from the Cal Poly Boating club on his boat and its construction [00:33:02] Tim Finch on his boat for the People Power division [00:34:03] KCPR jingle [00:34:13] Paula Chambers with California news [00:37:01] Bruce Tochars on Iranian conflict increasing gas prices [00:37:58] Weather [00:38:30] Public Service Announcement about generic drugs [00:39:03] Cal Poly news and upcoming events [00:41:04] San Luis Obispo county news [00:41:43] Dave Curley on the Atascadero Mental Hospital protest [00:42:25] Lynn Cooper on San Luis Obispo's growth rate by Leslie Benzacka [00:44:01] 91 News from A to Z [00:45:19] Jingle advertising Pam Mark Hall appearing at the Baptist Church [00:45:51] News and sports [00:47:40] Kelly Pearce continues interviewing [Jim?] Schenkle [00:49:16] Jay Berks concludes sports [00:49:57] Paula Chambers with national news [00:50:42] Ray Matthew on Cal Poly Student Government [00:51:03] Larry Robinson on Cal Poly tuition [00:53:19] 91 News jingle [00:53:28] Sequoia Hall dance advertisement [00:53:58] 91 News from A to Z [00:55:15] 91 News jingle [00:55:30] Ray Matthew with preview of local news [00:56:05] Advertisement for trip to Magic Mountain [00:57:04] Ray Matthew with Cal Poly news [01:00:02] Kevin Riggs on American Indian requests for land at Point Conception [01:00:08] Nancy Bower reports on Kenneth Schwartz running for San Luis Obispo public office [01:01:28] Weather [01:01:43] Jingle ending weather section [01:01:55] Public Service Announcement about donating blood [01:02:27] World News [01:03:22] Nazarene Student Mission Corps interviews by Ray Matthew [01:06:20] Public Service Announcement about California Water Conservation [01:07:00] Workers in Ohio buy a mill to ensure jobs - report by Catholic service [01:07:33] World News [01:10:13] 91 News from A to Z [01:11:09] California News [01:14:40] Jeff Malman interviewed by Tom Hitchcock [01:17:11] KCPR jingle [01:17:34] Public Service Announcement about optometry care [01:17:51] Tips about microwaves [01:18:25] Sports with Jay Berks [01:20:37] Kelly Pearce continues interviewing [Jim?] Schenkle [01:23:33] Jay Berks continues sports [01:24:58] Tom Hiskotch with national and world news [01:25:44] Public Service Announcement about veteran clinics [01:26:16] 91 News from A to Z [01:27:53] News hour begins, Alex Thomas
KCPR Archive Tape: Newsday Tape 3
KCPR Archive Tape: Newsday Tape 3
[00:00:01] Ray Matthews Interview with Reynolds about Cal Poly Debate [00:01:18] Jingle [00:01:26] Public Service Announcement about water conservation [00:01:55] 91 News from A to Z - Everyone's Doing It [00:03:26] 91 News Jingle [00:03:43] Heather Levins with preview of Local News [00:04:07] Public Service Announcement about concentration during work [00:05:09] Heather Levins with Local News [00:05:44] Correspondent Kevin Riggs abiout crime in San Simeon [00:07:26] TESACS testing report by Cliff Goulin [00:08:45] Candidates running for mayor of San Luis Obispo - Anders by Nancy Bower [00:09:26] Heather Levins with Campus News [00:10:53] Weather [00:11:12] Jingle [00:11:23] Announcement for Campaign for Human Development [00:11:56] Heather Levins with World News [00:12:56] Student Community Services interview by Kim Nelson [00:14:04] Public Service Announcement about Veterans Administration Outpatient Clinics [00:15:17] Heather Levins with National and World News [00:19:50] Heather Levins with State News [00:22:56] Wayne Jackson on pet overpopulation [00:24:56] Jingle [00:25:06] Public Service Announcement about smoking [00:25:32] Internal Revenue Service announcement [00:26:03] Cal Poly Sports news with Dave Bonno [00:29:33] Interview with womens' basketball coach Mary Stallard [00:31:23] Heather Levins with National news [00:32:22] 91 News from A to Z - Too Much Gas [00:33:47] Public Service Announcement about cataract [00:34:57] 91 News from A to Z - Whenever You Want To [00:36:26] Jingle Tim Tamastek, Rusty Sherrer, Beth Sassenberrey [00:36:47] Beth Sassenberrey with world news [00:37:49] Public Service Announcement about crime [00:39:02] Beth Sassenberrey with economic news [00:41:53] Paula Chambers with feature about a castle for sale [00:43:24] Beth Sassenberrey with state news preview [00:44:07] KCPR An Hour With commercial [00:44:40] Missy Arnold on Billy, a Cal Poly shepherd [00:46:22] Jingle [00:46:30] Beth Sassenberrey with state news [00:49:20] Bruce Tochars on sexism in Social Service with interview with Marilyn Power [00:50:35] Weather [00:51:07] Public Service Announcement about generic drugs [00:51:41] Beth Sassenberrey with state news [00:52:24] Dave Curley on the Atascadero strike [00:52:28] Beth Sassenberrey with local news [00:53:32] Kevin Riggs on Native Americans [00:54:11] Leslie Bensacka on the San Luis Obispo mayorial candidates [00:54:58] Beth Sassenberrey with campus news, Alex Thomas
KCPR Archive Tape: Newsday Tape 2
KCPR Archive Tape: Newsday Tape 2
[00:00:00] Tom Hiskotch National News [00:00:59] Advertisement about EOC energy program [00:01:55] Leslie Bensaca interviews president selection committee member Steve Bennett [00:04:02] Jingle [00:04:10] Tom Hiskotch with California News [00:05:54] Bruce Tochars about the regents of the University of California and the Bradford case [00:07:25] Weather [00:07:51] Public Service Announcement about smoking [00:08:20] Tom Hiskotch with Local News [00:09:12] Leslie Bensaca with Kenneth Schwartz [00:09:52] Tom Hiskotch with Campus News [00:10:44] Randy Donut on fraternity negotiations about trees in the library [00:11:06] Tom Hiskotch with Campus News [00:12:47] 91 News from A to Z - America's Gaining Weight [00:14:05] Tax tip from IRS about working parents paying child care in 1978 [00:14:38] Jay Berks with Sports News [00:18:56] Dave Battsa talks to football trainer Steve Yonita [00:20:38] Tom Hiskotch with world news [00:21:49] 91 News from A to Z - Schooling [00:23:02] Public Service Announcement about cataract [00:24:05] Jingle with Tim Temesgen, Rusty, Liz Hollemeyer [00:24:08] Liz Hollemeyer with preview [00:24:49] Public Service Announcement about crime [00:25:45] Kevin Riggs about Randall Jenson from Arroyo Grande being convicted of welfare fraud [00:36:37] Nancy Bower on Odiero, running for mayor of San Luis Obispo [00:27:15] Liz Hollemeyer with local and campus news [00:29:45] Weather [00:30:07] Jingle [00:30:19] KCPR An Hour With commercial [00:30:48] Liz Hollemeyer with national news [00:31:50] Scott Halquist interviewed about disco Station 51 by Bev Sassenberry [00:34:20] Jingle [00:34:27] Public Service Announcement about high blood pressure [00:35:03] Advertisement about Pam Mark Hall coming to the First Baptiso Church [00:35:32] Liz Hollemeyer with world and national news [00:38:07] Bob Hann on computers in the medical field [00:39:04] Liz Hollemeyer with state news [00:40:58] Advertisement for concerts [00:41:57] 91 News from A to Z - Floating Cathouse [00:43:10] Sports news [00:45:05] Dave Bonna talks to football trainer Steve Yonita [00:47:10] Sports news [00:48:12] Liz Hollemeyer with state news [00:49:17] Leslie Bensaca interviews Christy Gossit and Holly Hewitt about Year of the Young Child [00:51:46] Jingle [00:51:51] Sequoia Hall dance advertisement [00:51:22] 91 News from A to Z - Baby By Request [00:53:10] 91 News from A to Z - A New Day is Dawning [00:54:00] Mike Medoff with World News [00:55:03] San Luis Obispo Recreational Department trip to Magic Mountain advertisement [00:57:37] Dave Curley with a story about gas rationing [00:58:01] Mike Medoff with World News [00:58:30] Mike Medoff with National News [01:01:09] Public Service Announcement about blood donation [01:01:35] Jeff Land, Chairman of Cal Poly Health Council, on student fees, by Leslie Bensacka [01:03:38] Jingle [01:03:45] Mike Medoff with State News [01:05:02] Story about Jerry Brown pushing for fiscal responsibility by Dave Curley [01:06:26] Bruce Tochars about psychics [01:07:48] Weather [01:08:12] Public Service Announcement about the American Optometric Association [01:08:43] Learning Assistance Center spokesperson about seminar on test stress [01:09:26] Roger Heath interviewed about Cal Poly Symphonic Band concert [01:10:27] Mike Medoff with Campus News [01:12:05] Dave Curley on case of Nipomo murder [01:12:49] Leslie Bensaca interviews James Adaire on the sign ordinance [01:13:35] 91 News from A to Z - A New Leaf [01:14:39] Public Service Announcement about vegetables [01:15:10] Dave Bonna with College Sports news [01:17:40] Mary Stallard, womens' basketball coach, interviewed about Title IX by Dave Bonna [01:19:19] Dave Bonna with Sports news [01:19:51] Mike Medoff with State news, Alex Thomas
KCPR Archive Tape: Newsday Tape 5
KCPR Archive Tape: Newsday Tape 5
[00:00:12] Cataract awareness commercial [00:03:10] Weather [00:03:04] Swedish airline hijacking [00:04:14] War in Vietnam [00:04:34] Carter urges China to get out of Vietnam [00:06:16] Bruce Tochar interviews UCSF medical official Linda Conti on the health benefits of running [00:08:42] Cesar Chavez is expected to lead a strike [00:09:06] Some Simple Ways to let Crime into Your Neighborhood - crime awareness and prevention [00:10:08] Out of the 95 News Files from A to Z [00:11:50] Sports [00:14:35] Kelly Pearce interviews Cal Poly All-American Cross-Country runner Chris Schenkle [00:17:45] Jay Berks on his way out [00:17:34] News about Chinese military in Vietnam [00:18:36] Ray Matthew talks to Drama Department and Speech Major Mike Hampton [00:21:37] Nonsmoking Public Service Advertisement [00:22:04] The 91 News Files from A to Z [00:23:45] Jingle introducing Paula Chambers, beginning news section [00:24:28] Commercia for EOC Energy insulation [00:25:30] Paula Chambers for the news program [00:30:39] KCPR commercial for "hour with" on Monday nights [00:31:05] Missy Arnold interviews students about the Milk Carton boat race [00:32:10] Tim Blockinger from the Cal Poly Boating club on his boat and its construction [00:33:02] Tim Finch on his boat for the People Power division [00:34:03] KCPR jingle [00:34:13] Paula Chambers with California news [00:37:01] Bruce Tochars on Iranian conflict increasing gas prices [00:37:58] Weather [00:38:30] Public Service Announcement about generic drugs [00:39:03] Cal Poly news and upcoming events [00:41:04] San Luis Obispo county news [00:41:43] Dave Curley on the Atascadero Mental Hospital protest [00:42:25] Lynn Cooper on San Luis Obispo's growth rate by Leslie Benzacka [00:44:01] 91 News from A to Z [00:45:19] Jingle advertising Pam Mark Hall appearing at the Baptist Church [00:45:51] News and sports [00:47:40] Kelly Pearce continues interviewing [Jim?] Schenkle [00:49:16] Jay Berks concludes sports [00:49:57] Paula Chambers with national news [00:50:42] Ray Matthew on Cal Poly Student Government [00:51:03] Larry Robinson on Cal Poly tuition [00:53:19] 91 News jingle [00:53:28] Sequoia Hall dance advertisement [00:53:58] 91 News from A to Z [00:55:15] 91 News jingle [00:55:30] Ray Matthew with preview of local news [00:56:05] Advertisement for trip to Magic Mountain [00:57:04] Ray Matthew with Cal Poly news [01:00:02] Kevin Riggs on American Indian requests for land at Point Conception [01:00:08] Nancy Bower reports on Kenneth Schwartz running for San Luis Obispo public office [01:01:28] Weather [01:01:43] Jingle ending weather section [01:01:55] Public Service Announcement about donating blood [01:02:27] World News [01:03:22] Nazarene Student Mission Corps interviews by Ray Matthew [01:06:20] Public Service Announcement about California Water Conservation [01:07:00] Workers in Ohio buy a mill to ensure jobs - report by Catholic service [01:07:33] World News [01:10:13] 91 News from A to Z [01:11:09] California News [01:14:40] Jeff Malman interviewed by Tom Hitchcock [01:17:11] KCPR jingle [01:17:34] Public Service Announcement about optometry care [01:17:51] Tips about microwaves [01:18:25] Sports with Jay Berks [01:20:37] Kelly Pearce continues interviewing [Jim?] Schenkle [01:23:33] Jay Berks continues sports [01:24:58] Tom Hiskotch with national and world news [01:25:44] Public Service Announcement about veteran clinics [01:26:16] 91 News from A to Z [01:27:53] News hour begins, Alex Thomas
Newsday, February 2, 1978
Newsday, February 2, 1978
[00:00:02] Campus News begins and cuts off [00:00:21] 91 News from A to Z - Baby By Request - A New Day is Dawning [00:01:50] Pam Mark Hall concert spot [00:02:19] Sports News with Dave Bonna [00:05:01] Interview with football player [00:06:40] Bev Sassenberry with world news [00:07:53] Report on grade processing by Mike Madoff [00:09:20] Sequoia Hall Dance Contest [00:09:49] 91 News from A to Z - A New Leaf [00:11:10] Beverly Langloise with summary on upcoming stories [00:11:30] Magic Mountain trip announcement [00:12:27] Buffo the Mime upcoming show announcement [00:13:11] Randy Donan interviewed about donation of trees to the library quad area [00:13:30] Milk Carton Boat Race [00:14:29] Wilbur Shigahara interviewed about unexpected rainfall [00:15:21] Proposition 13 opinions [00:16:02] Nancy Bower on Larry Robinson, part one of seven on ASI candidates [00:16:45] Weather - time is 12:08 [00:17:19] American Optometry Association PSA [00:17:50] Beverly Langloise with world news [00:19:00] Married Student Housing complex proposal by Tom Hiscox [00:19:58] Microwave Oven PSA [00:20:02] Tri-Counties Blood Bank PSA [00:21:15] Beverly Langloise with national news - gasoline rationing [00:22:28] Bob Hahn on loud rock music [00:23:43] Weather [00:23:55] EOC Energy Program [00:24:29] Anti-Smoking PSA from American Lung Association [00:24:58] Beverly Langloise with state news - Gov. Brown on constitutional amendment requiring balanced budget [00:26:58] Sports News [00:30:10] Dave Bonta with part one of an interview with Jay Schenkel [00:32:11] 91 News from A to Z - Whale Watching [00:33:52] Top Stories of the Hour - Cesar Chavez [00:35:15] Mike Madoff interviews Brian Lahler [00:37:26] Water Conservation PSA [00:37:59] 91 News from A to Z - Cures For Acne [00:40:03] Beverly Langloise with national news - rising petroleum prices [00:41:00] Safety while using electrical appliances PSA [00:41:59] Beverly Langloise with national news - Camp David peace talks [00:45:44] Frank Thomas on dancing in Henrietta Oklahoma [00:46:24] Beverly Langloise with state news summary [00:47:10] Worker rights PSA [00:47:43] Donna Berk interview with the San Luis Obispo Human needs Committee [00:48:58] Beverly Langloise with state news - Los Angeles racial discrimination, marijuana legalization, United Farm Workers - 12:48 PM [00:51:36] Walter Fogel on immigration - report by Bruce Tochars [00:52:44] Weather [00:53:08] Veterans Administration PSA [00:53:41] Beverly Langloise with city news [00:54:53] Kevin Riggs on Grover City welfare fraud [00:55:33] Larry Robinson speaks to Leslie Bensacca on city council response to city growth [00:56:25] Beverly Langloise on upcoming campus events - Dale Hale, Ambrosia [00:57:20] Cliff Goolen speaks about Tay-Sachs testing [00:58:57] 91 News from A to Z - Foot in Mouth [01:00:32] IRS Babysitting Tax Credit PSA [01:01:03] Sports News [01:04:30] Dave Bonta with part two of an interview with Jay Schenkel [01:05:34] KCPR - An Hour With Promo [01:06:02] Beverly Langloise with summary on upcoming stories [01:07:03] 91 News from A to Z - Brew Your Own [01:08:25] Scott Humphrey with summary of local news [01:09:24] Cataract PSA [01:10:14] Scott Humphrey with local and campus stories - Lazerion show [01:12:25] Dave Curley with story of Nipomo death of Frankie Suza [01:13:08] Nancy Bower speaks to councilman Alan Settle in part two of seven [01:13:40] Scott Humphrey on upcoming local events and talks [01:15:27] Weather [01:16:02] Blood Pressure PSA [01:16:35] Scott Humphrey with national news [01:17:16] Mike Houston with a report on Mustang Waterslide [01:19:05] Sequoia Hall Dance Contest [01:19:36] Pam Mark Hall concert spot [01:20:05] Scott Humphrey with national news [01:23:01] Bob Hahn on loud rock music [01:23:44] End of recording, Alex Thomas
Newsday
Newsday
[00:00:05] National News; gasoline rationing protocols from the Energy Department [00:01:30] State News [00:02:10] Crime News [00:02:39] An Hour With spot [00:03:11] Mike Lurry with a story about FBI domestic espionage [00:04:58] State News [00:06:09] United Farm Workers strike [00:06:58] National News [00:07:17] Bob Hahn with a story about a medical computer [00:08:06] Weather [00:08:21] Pam Mark Hall at the First Baptist Church spot [00:08:52] Roger Heath interviewed about upcoming symphonic band concert [00:09:59] Cal Poly News; Iranian students' financial troubles caused by revolution [00:10:50] Cal Poly recreation Skate-A-Thon [00:11:20] Upcoming performances in the University Union [00:11:45] Central Coast News [00:12:06] Wilbur Shigahara on untimely rains [00:12:54] Allan Bond, city council candidate [00:13:24] Leslie Bensacca interviews city council candidate Liz Fisher [00:13:59] 91 News from A to Z - To Acquit or Not to Acquit [00:15:08] Sequoia Hall Dance spot [00:15:39] Sports news with Jay Berks [00:19:34] Bernie Harr interviewed by Steve Stratt [00:19:53] Sports news ends [00:20:02] Leslie on state news; farm workers strike [00:21:16] Paula Chambers on Kennedy Library construction [00:23:37] FDA Microwave spot [00:24:10] 91 News from A to Z - Simulation and a Real Crash [00:26:07] Tim Temastek, Chuck Swino, Frank Thomas with an overview of news [00:26:50] Magic Mountain spot [00:27:48] Liz Nevins on Ambrosia concert [00:28:20] Chinese-American exhibit "Journeys Came, Journeys Went"; Dr. Kreager interviewed [00:29:26] Upcoming Buffo the Mime act [00:29:46] Local news; Glover Avery death [00:30:20] Grover City welfare fraud [00:31:40] Nancy Bower with Clell Welchell interview for City Council part 4 of 7 [00:32:08] Weather [00:32:38] Tri-Counties Blood Bank PSA [00:33:08] National News; Carter on rationing authority; Mideast peace talks [00:34:04] Paula Chambers on the Cal Poly Travel Center [00:36:40] World News with Frank Thomas; St. Chris oil fire; Longwood Elementary carbon monoxide; Israeli Prime Minister arriving [00:38:10] World News; China in Vietnam [00:39:18] Bruce Tochars on dental fees in California [00:40:20] Anti-smoking PSA [00:40:46] EOC Energy Program PSA [00:41:24] California News [00:42:08] Paula Chambers with report on Bobby Jimenez [00:43:42] Cataract PSA [00:44:42] 91 News from A to Z - Nixon Navicare Nixed? [00:45:54] Sports news with Jay Berks [00:50:06] Kelly Pierce with Steve Miller, track coach [00:52:13] State News with Frank Thomas [00:53:29] Paula Chambers on vegetarianism [00:57:16] American Optometry Association PSA [00:57:48] 91 News from A to Z - For the Love of Music and Giant Sundae [00:59:30] Tim Temastek, Chuck Swino, Missy Arnold [00:59:40] Missy Arnold on proposed energy cuts [01:00:56] KCPR Statewide Concert Scene PSA [01:01:00] Missy Arnold continues discussing energy cuts [01:03:42] World News; Swiss Alpine Rescue; [01:04:00] Election Discussion [01:05:47] California News; Newton trial; Spencer arraignment [01:06:20] Workers Rights PSA; Father Ed Stanton [01:07:01] Paula Chambers on Geothermal Energy [01:09:34] Lee Martin Trial; Huey Newton Trial; [01:12:06] Walter Fogel on illegal aliens from USC news service) [01:13:18] Weather [01:13:56] Veterans Affairs PSA [01:14:20] Laser show coming to Cal Poly [01:15:00] City Council Interviews continue with Leslie Bensacca [01:15:44] Nuclear Fusion talk upcoming [01:16:25] Kevin Riggs on Point Conception land dispute [01:16:55] 91 News from A to Z - Dog Tags for All [01:18:31] Sports news with Jay Berks [01:20:13] Steve Miller interviewed about his public speaking career [01:23:11] Sports news ends [01:23:15] State News; education department legislation; [01:24:13] Paula Chambers on Solar Energy [01:26:53] 91 News from A to Z - Whenever You Want To [01:28:27] Paula Chambers, Donna Penbrook, Jay Berks [01:28:44] Campus News with Jay Berks [01:29:22] Magic Mountain spot [01:30:18] Brad Fultermeyer on Human Understanding and Growth Committee Retreat [01:31:25] Campus film about Gertrude Stein [01:33:41] Local News [01:34:43] Gus Thomason interviewed by Nancy Bower [01:35:03] Weather [01:35:33] Water Conservation PSA [01:36:01] National and World News [01:37:08] Raquetball story by Wayne Jackson with interviews [01:39:41] Crime PSA [01:40:42] National News [01:43:10] Greg Santos from American Medical Association on alcohol abuse [01:44:25] Wadell trial and crime news [01:45:49] Crime news continues [01:46:16] Workplace safety PSA [01:47:21] 91 News from A to Z - Schooling [01:48:34] Sports news, Alex Thomas
The Greatest Popular Songs of Xmas, 1979 (and the KCPR trip to the North Pole)
The Greatest Popular Songs of Xmas, 1979 (and the KCPR trip to the North Pole)
Recording of program produced by Cal Poly's student radio station KCPR, featuring then-Cal Poly student and KCPR DJ, Weird Al Yankovic. 00:24:04 Brian Hackney talks about Jimmy Boyd 00:24:10 Jimmy Boyd - I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus 00:27:19 Eartha Kitt - Santa Baby 00:30:51 Ray Conniff - Winter Wonderland 00:33:46 Bing Crosby - Do You Hear What I Hear 00:36:37 Commercials cut out, Brian Hackney discusses Spike Jones 00:37:49 Spike Jones - All I Want For Christmas is my Two Front Teeth 00:41:11 Alvin and the Chipmunks - Christmas Don't Be Late 00:43:27 Muppets - The Twelve Days of Christmas 00:47:35 Tom Lehrer - A Christmas Carol 00:49:46 Brian Hackney talks about Brenda Lee 00:50:12 Brenda Lee - Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree 00:52:10 Brian Hackney talks about Elvis and the Rockabilly genre 00:52:52 Jingle Bell Rock 00:55:02 Jose Feliciano - Feliz Navidad 00:58:25 The Carpenters - Merry Christmas Darling 01:02:05 Gene Autry - Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 01:05:43 Bing Crosby - I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas 01:08:50 Brian Hackney thanks KCPR employees and ends program
1981 KCPR Auction
1981 KCPR Auction
[00:00:02] Beginning of recording, frequent dropouts April 12 1981 [00:00:21] KCPR Supertramp ad, cuts off [00:00:46] Into the Archives section, with esoteric gifts from the basement of the communications buildings [00:04:03] Stu Gold from San Diego calls in [00:04:53] Station 51 mentioned as offering discount [00:08:00] Brian Hackney, Jerry Pete, Donna ? running the auction in the auditorium [00:09:41] Neil Diamond - I Am, I Said [00:11:07] Auction board comes back to discuss new items - Boo Boo Records [00:12:57] Doobie Brothers and Nicolette Larson - Lotta Love [00:13:36] Mock Helicopter traffic report with Frank [00:14:25] Bidding continues with banter from auction board as well as descriptions of items [00:16:35] Jerry Pete, Kristy Keeler mentioned as prizes for an hour with a disc jockey [00:19:54] $900 surpassed in this year's auction [00:20:48] Prize discussion continues - dinner with President Warren Baker [00:30:48] Rusty and Frank from the helicopter [00:31:26] Back to the auction board - candles by Deanna - film processing [00:38:42] Kenny Loggins song [00:39:02] Auction board continues - Rent-A-Car, Station 51, Tortilla Flats, Savings Bonds, Car Wash [00:50:25] Rose Royce - Car Wash [00:50:53] Clearing out the bidding - Kathleen and the savings bond with Rusty [00:52:00] Fleetwood Mac song [00:52:22] Shoutouts to Tom Hiscox, Dave Stein, and other jockeys [00:56:30] Item discussion continues [01:06:31] Jerry Pete, Dave Stein, Mike Kelly, Dave McGarry, Tom Hiscox, Russ Shear, and others thanked [01:08:38] Time is 12:19, event wrap-up continues [01:10:46] End of recording, Alex Thomas
91.3 KCPR Press Release, mailed October 13, 1989
91.3 KCPR Press Release, mailed October 13, 1989
A list of Fall 1989 special programs offered by 91.3 FM KCPR, UA-454-KCPR-Documents-002-P
Album 91, April/May 1990 Poly Royal [page 15]
Album 91, April/May 1990 Poly Royal [page 15]
Page 15, including a review of a The The concert and an advertisement, UA-454-KCPR-Album91-008-P
Burnt Dog Blues Lounge, October 13, 1996
Burnt Dog Blues Lounge, October 13, 1996
Adverstisement produced by Trevor Gerhard for the KCPR program "Burnt Dog Blues Lounge," when Gerhard hosted the show as "The Redheaded Stepchild", ZV
 Gumbo Beats and Harmony Grits, November 5, 1996 [advertisement]
Gumbo Beats and Harmony Grits, November 5, 1996 [advertisement]
Adverstisement produced by Malik Miko Thorne for the KCPR program "Gumbo Beats and Harmony Grits", ZV
[KCPR DJ Scott Cody at console]
[KCPR DJ Scott Cody at console]
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New DJ Cart OPS
New DJ Cart OPS
New DJ recruitment recording possibly featuring Nate Pontious as the "contemplative freshmen," and Trevor Boelter and Carver Cordes as the second and third voices, respectively, ZV
Dark Market Broadcast [adverstisement]
Dark Market Broadcast [adverstisement]
Advertisement produced by Randy Yau for the KCPR experimental noise and sound radio show "dARK mARKET". Yau started and initially produced the dARK mARKET programs as well., ZV
Dark Market Broadcast [advertisement]
Dark Market Broadcast [advertisement]
Advertisement produced by Randy Yau for the KCPR experimental noise and sound radio show "dARK mARKET". Yau started and initially produced the dARK mARKET programs as well., ZV
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Tribute
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Tribute
[00:00:15] Beginning of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tribute program [00:00:43] Frank Warren on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame [00:01:40] Scott Larsen with a spot about the Everly Brothers [00:02:35] Everly Brothers - Bye Bye Love [00:04:46] Scott Larsen continues discussing the Everly Brothers [00:05:47] Everly Brothers - Cathy's Clown [00:08:04] Scott Larsen continues discussing the Everly Brothers [00:09:50] Everly Brothers - Amanda Ruth [00:12:46] Dog Kramer with a spot on Sam Cooke [00:13:25] Sam Cooke - You Send Me [00:16:08] Dog Kramer continues discussing Sam Cooke [00:16:29] Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away [00:19:06] Dog Kramer continues discussing Sam Cooke [00:19:44] Sam Cooke - Chain Gang [00:22:13] Tribute spot [00:22:28] Bruce Flor with a spot on Fats Domino [00:23:14] Fats Domino - The Fat Man [00:25:47] Bruce Flor continues discussing Fats Domino [00:26:27] Fats Domino - I'm Walking [00:28:23] Bruce Flor continues discussing Fats Domino [00:29:04] Fats Domino - Ain't That A Shame [00:31:28] Carrie Blankenship with a spot on Jerry Lee Lewis [00:32:22] Jerry Lee Lewis - Breathless [00:34:54] Carrie Blankenship continues discussing Jerry Lee Lewis [00:35:11] Jerry Lee Lewis - Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On [00:37:44] Carrie Blankenship continues discussing Jerry Lee Lewis [00:38:08] Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls of Fire [00:39:57] Tribute Spot [00:40:12] Dwayne Milwaukee with a spot on Buddy Holly [00:41:15] Buddy Holly - That'll Be The Day [00:43:27] Dwayne Milwaukee continues discussing Buddy Holly [00:44:07] Buddy Holly - Peggy Sue [00:46:34] Dwayne Milwaukee continues discussing Buddy Holly [00:47:23] Buddy Holly - It's So Easy [00:49:33] Rick Lopes discussing the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame [00:50:23] Rick Lopes discusses various early blues musicians and their influence on rock-and-roll [00:51:30] Rick Lopes finishes discussing rock-and-roll pioneers [00:51:58] End of Recording, Alex Thomas
Beatles Program, M14
Beatles Program, M14
Adverstisement produced by Trevor Boelter for KCPR's Beatles program, ZV
[KCPR station identification]
[KCPR station identification]
Station identification performed as a song by Dwight DeWerth-Pallmeyer, who is singing and playing banjo, ZV
91 Talkback / Poly Royal coverage
91 Talkback / Poly Royal coverage
[00:02:44] Kenny Loggins at Cal Poly [00:03:14] Jefferson Starship Discussion [00:04:38] Beer at Poly Royal discussion [00:05:40] Caller discusses Jefferson Airplane/Starship [00:08:00] Question to caller - are loud concerts on the way out? [00:10:37] Spot about SCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships [00:11:23] Hosts return with talk about upcoming Mary Poppins Soundtrack Event [00:12:00] Discussion about Kenny Loggins concert, scalpers at concerts [00:13:15] Bands discussion continues with talk about Sweet Comfort Band [00:14:03] Out on the Streets spot about alcohol on campus [00:16:07] Caller talks about her opinion against alcohol on campus [00:18:01] Caller discusses beer on campus [00:19:55] New caller discusses beer on campus [00:22:27] New caller discusses beer on campus [00:25:22] Spot about ASI Summit Expedition [00:26:57] Jarvis-II discussed [00:27:39] Tuition discussed [00:31:06] Discussion about tuition [00:32:06] PSA about diet, exercise, checkup [00:33:07] Discussion about Jarvis-II [00:34:04] Caller discusses income tax and Jarvis [00:36:05] Spot about sausage-making class [00:36:46] Spot about recycling center event [00:37:42] Dead air ends mid-call with discussion about the Equal Rights Act [00:38:16] Bluegrass Hour spot [00:38:41] Dave Stein returns, talking about the 1980 Marijuana Initiatives [00:39:21] Caller talks about the Equal Rights Amendment [00:42:15] 91 Talkback section ends with list of topics [00:42:32] Mustang women's baseball game during 1977 Poly Royal commentary and discussion with Bob [00:44:07] Design Village discussed with one of the baseball players [00:45:24] Mustangs vs Fresno State discussion [00:45:54] The Kicks song plays and cuts out to next segment [00:46:27] Boz Skaggs fades out to interview with Poly Royal Queen [00:47:57] Poly Royal remote interview with Lisa about Women's Swim Show [00:51:40] Baseball commentary/summary continues [00:53:40] Remote interview (static) about carnival games at Poly Royal with Tim Temastek and Lisa [00:55:35] Hotel California fades out to Dave Hudson and Randy Kridoon and Bob Schultz talking about the softball game [00:58:41] Becky Pupp? interviewed about Poly softball game [01:00:05] Poly Royal softball commentary continues [01:03:45] Poly Royal softball commentary continues, Becky present [01:05:36] KCBX radio thanked for use of remote equipment [01:06:00] Poly Royal softball commentary continues [01:10:09] Carnival interview (static) with contestant John, Haunted House count, Vivi. [01:11:56] Poly Royal softball commentary continues [01:15:00] Poly Royal softball commentary continues [01:20:22] Kim interviewing Carl at the carnival at Poly Royal about the dunk tank, clown interviewed [01:21:30] End of recording, Alex Thomas
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[unlabeled tape] - restricted
Excerpt from a "Wheel of Fortune" episode, where the puzzle is "'Til Hell Freezes Over", ZV
Bone Splintered, Legal [station] ID
Bone Splintered, Legal [station] ID
Station identification recording produced by KCPR DJ Randy Yau. The recording includes clips of music by Negativland and Boredoms., ZV
Last Out, M. Miller, for Cal Poly
Last Out, M. Miller, for Cal Poly
Clip of a play-by-play call of a Cal Poly sports event., ZV
Midnight Prowl Rules
Midnight Prowl Rules
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Spots Archives, November 1978 - September 1979
Spots Archives, November 1978 - September 1979
Compilation of spots recorded for broadcast on KCPR between 1978 to 1979[00:00:00] The Morning After' spot - the explosion sound related to ABC's show 'The Day After' (David Weary) [00:00:35] Sports Car Club spot, Dead Man's Curve (Weird Al) [00:01:28] Music Club spot (Dave Stein) [00:02:16] First Baptist Church spot, performance of Handl's 'Messiah' (J. Furtado) [00:02:54] Travel Center in the University Union (Matt and Cliff) [00:04:04] W.O.W. reunion picnic (Rich Wood) [00:05:14] Pacific Concert promo, #1 (Jerry Peck) [00:06:02] Pacific Concert promo, #2 (Jerry Peck) [00:07:08] City of San Luis Obispo with Live Tag, Christmas caroling (John Z.) [00:08:12] Yahweh Music promo, Crazy Christians (Steve Deilman) [00:08:52] Student Community Service (Macho Mike) [00:09:41] Industrial Packing class (Bill Kobabe and Dave Z.) [00:10:26] California Lung Association spot about air pollution (Weird Al) [00:11:02] Consumer Information Center, auto repairs (R. Stinton and J. Zuchelli?) [00:12:04] Campus Crusade for Christ spot advertising a lecture on campus (Weird Al) [00:13:20] Cal Poly Handball Club membership drive (Bill Simmons and Clark Benke) [00:14:02] Escape Route, ASI outings (Bob Koingsburg) [00:14:38] Family Services Center (Bill Kobabe) [00:15:16] Star Trek Fan Association of Central California (Matt Graham and Cliff Flyum) [00:16:50] San Luis Obispo Recreation Department (Rich Wood) [00:18:07] Handball Club (Bill Kobabe?) [00:18:52] Broadcast Music Inc. contest (Cindy Howding and Rich Wood) [00:19:48] ASI Hobby Garage spot (Kevin Riley) [00:20:26] Pottery Club spot (John Furtado and Gentleman Jim) [00:21:01] Newsday promo (Tom Tomastik) [00:22:04] Cal Poly Ski Club (Matt Graham and Cliff Flyum) [00:23:20] KCPR promo (Carmine C.) [00:23:59] ASI Hobby Garage spot (Clark Behnke) [00:24:53] Delta Sigma Phi sponsored spot about Laserium (Bobby Dee) [00:25:45] St. Jude Research Hospital sponsored spot about event in Los Osos (Al Yankovic) [00:26:39] KCPR Auction promo (C. the Squirrel) [00:27:55] KCPR Auction promo (Al Yankovic) [00:29:51] Cal Poly Space Program (F.T.) [00:31:03] ASI Special Events spot about Duck's Breath performance (F.T.) [00:32:15] Child Development Club (Bob Koingsburg) [00:33:58] ASI Speakers Forum (Dave Z.) [00:35:04] KCPR Special Programming promo (Brian Hackney) [00:36:09] Cal Poly Rally Club spot (Al Yankovic) [00:37:38] KCPR Soundtrack promo for the program's premiere, a broadcast of the soundtrack for 'Camelot' (Brian Hackney) [00:39:18] KCPR Auction 'Thank You' spot (Al Yankovic) [00:40:01] Stewart Gold promo (Stewart Gold and Don Ready) [00:40:40] 91 Review promo (Grant Easton) [00:41:50] Cal Poly Women's Softball (Bill Kobabe) [00:42:24] KCPR Boosters Dance (Bobby Dee) [00:43:17] Little Orphan Amy promo #1 (Kevin Riley) [00:44:23] ASI Concerts spot for a performance by Tim Weisberg (F.T. and Cathy Spearnak) [00:45:53] Soundtrack promo for a broadcast of the 'Paint Your Wagon' soundtrack (Paul Jacobus) [00:46:42] 91 Review promo (Clark Behnke) [00:47:46] Poly Goats (Brian Carpenter) [00:48:23] Alpha Phi sponsored spot for the Greek Heart Barbeque (Ralph Stinton, John Furtado, and Jim Wagoner) [00:49:52] ASI Concerts spot for a performance by Tim Weisberg (Chuck Schwynoch and Donna Pangburn) [00:50:38] Ornamental Horticulture Club spot (Cliff Flyum) [00:51:32] Travel Center (Tom Hiscox and Lewis W.) [00:52:21] City of San Luis Obispo Kids Day (Weird Al) [00:52:59] Cal Poly Extension (Jerry Gill) [00:53:46] Society of Mechanical Engineers (Eric S.) [00:54:53] ASI spot about a food-eating contest (Christy K. and Ralph Stinton) [00:55:54] Santa Lucia Hall (Bill Kobabe) [00:56:41] Society for the Advancement of Management (Eric S.) [00:57:47] Cal Poly Extension spot for a real estate exam prep course (Jerry Gill) [00:58:26] Tenaya Hall (F.T.) [00:59:02] Panhellenic Council spot for a Greek Sing event (Bobby Dee) [01:00:50] University Singers (Donna Pangburn) [01:01:37] KCPR Dolby promo (Mark Wurfl) [01:02:13] KCPR PSA promo (Dave Stein) [01:02:56] Soundtrack promo for a broadcast of 'The Music Man' soundtrack (Brian Hackney) [01:04:23] Little Orphan Amy promo #2 (Kevin Riley) [01:05:41] An Hour With promo about a special look at the year 1968 (Weird Al) [01:06:18] Hadassa Women's Organization [01:07:07] Soundtrack promo for a 'Best Of' episode (Brian Hackney) [01:09:10] Hunger Project spot for a screening of 'I Want to Live', starring John Denver (Doug) [01:09:45] Music Club spot about a performance by Pub House (Cliff Flyum) [01:10:30] ASI spot (Daedne Cottrell) [01:11:39] SAM (Society for the Advancement of Management) spot for an awards dinner banquet (Cliff Flyum) [01:12:18] California Department of Forestry spot, performed in the voices of Mr. Bill and Mr. Hand (Weird Al Yankovic) [01:13:21] California Optometric Association (Paul Jacobus) [01:13:52] California State Conference on Libraries (Dave Stein) [01:14:25] Reflections program promo (Dave Stein) [01:15:36] 91 News promo (Tom Hiscox) [01:16:06] Yahweh Music promo (Robert Lasceks), Zach Vowell
Promotional Spots '76-'77
Promotional Spots '76-'77
[00:00:01] Fat and Sassy Promo [00:47:00] Moon Over Morocco spot [00:01:53] Sunday By Request spot [00:02:55] PSA Spot [00:03:24] Country Music Spot [00:04:10] Events Calendar [00:04:42] San Luis Microcomputer Club [00:05:12] Glee Club Tryouts [00:05:44] Poly Phase Textbook Exchange [00:06:23] Association for Childbirth Alternatives [00:07:21] Glee Club Tryouts [00:07:56] South County Senior Citizens Card Party [00:08:37] Chamber of Commerce [00:08:50] Daydream Music Directory Presentations [00:09:28] SLO Community Concerts [00:10:06] Boy Scouts Trout Sale [00:10:58] Phil Edwards Morning Promo [00:12:29] Bill Carney Promo [00:13:20] Yah Weh Music Promo [00:14:01] SLO County Ecumenical Chorus [00:14:32] Alpha Gamma Rho Food Drive [00:14:50] North Cuesta Audubon Society upcoming films [00:15:30] Learning Assistance Center [00:16:34] Disabled Student Services [00:17:34] Intramural Wrist Wrestling competition [00:18:04] Week of Welcome Committee 1977 [00:18:46] Port San Luis Fisherman's Association fish fry and demonstration festival [00:19:22] KCPR Auction Mafia / Mob Boss Promo [00:20:58] Moon Over Morocco [00:21:37] Central Rehabilitation Clinic [00:22:11] Audio Engineering Society Field Trip to Los Angeles [00:23:09] Learning Assistance Center (alternate take) [00:24:09] Reflections - Music With a Message [00:25:06] Disabled Student Services (alternate take) [00:26:06] International Educational Exchange [00:26:58] Consumer Products Safety Commission skateboard advisory [00:27:43] KCPR Boosters Disco Dance Promotion War Chief spot [00:29:24] Tim Weisberg ASI Concert [00:30:13] Association for Computing Machinery programming contest [00:30:55] PSA Spot [00:31:26] SLO Rape Crisis Center [00:31:59] Monte Mills benefits dance for Grass Roots II [00:32:44] Synergy Club [00:33:32] Mt Carmel Lutheran Church Car Wash [00:34:09] Cal Poly vs Pepperdine Volleyball [00:34:33] Central Rehabilitation Clinic [00:35:52] Student Community Services Tutoring [00:36:05] American Society of Mechanical Engineers inviting NASA JPL scientist Ronald Frank to talk [00:36:54] Bahai Association Open House in honor of world religion [00:37:24] Central Rehabilitation Clinic [00:37:49] KCPR vs Girls Basketball [00:38:38] Cal Poly Women's Basketball Promo [00:39:44] Associated Students Concert Tim Weisberg and Edmonds and Curley [00:40:49] Tim Weisberg Interview / Concert Promo [00:41:38] Women's Basketball Promo [00:42:31] Rancho Kumbaya presents The Oakridge Boys [00:43:15] Cal Poly Glee Club - Songs of the People [00:43:49] KCPR Sports Promo [00:44:27] One O'Clock Club Promo with Wolf [00:45:22] American Society of Mechanical Engineers promo for Ronald Frank talk [00:46:09] Bahai Association Open House in honor of world religion [00:46:40] Council of International Educational Exchange Paris flight promo [00:47:34] Recreations and Tournaments graffiti phone booth [00:48:17] ASI Speakers Forum on the paranormal and Loch Ness Monster [00:48:51] Cal Poly Sports Car Club - Catch 55 Rally [00:49:33] Financial Aid Department [00:50:23] Listener Comments Promo [00:51:03] Alcohol Effects on the Body - The Sound of Listen [00:51:47] KCPR Sports Magazine [00:52:40] Environmental Center Promo [00:53:23] US - China Friendship Association film showing [00:54:20] Printing Department [00:54:15] KCPR vs Girls Basketball with Bob Allen [00:55:29] Cal Poly Ski Club Swap - Never Aired [00:56:05] KCPR Open Channel with Dave Sciana? Promo [00:56:38] Metropolitan Opera Promo [00:57:08] KCPR Basketball Double-Header - Poly vs Northridge and Cuesta vs Taft [00:58:04] SLO Art Association [00:58:37] SLO Rape Crisis Center (alternate take) [00:59:11] San Luis Obispo Bike Club [01:00:06] ASI Special Events Mustang Lounge Coffeehouse [01:00:34] Cal Poly Ski Club film showing - The Color of Skiing [01:01:20] Child Health and Disability Health Screening Exam [01:02:01] Amnesty International [01:02:23] Music for the Blind competition [01:03:15] ASI Special Events Commission interviews Toad the Mime [01:04:01] KCPR Basketball Game - Dictionary Spot - The Captain; Stuart Gold; Dennis Spears [01:05:21] ASI Program Board - An Evening with Dave Mason [01:06:16] American Cancer Society [01:06:46] Central Rehabilitation Clinic [01:07:12] ASI Special Events Mustang Lounge Coffeehouse (alternate take) [01:07:41] Metropolitan Opera Promo - Salome [01:08:11] Cal Poly Sports Car Club - St. Valentines' Day Massa-Car [01:08:41] US Office of Education - Handicapped Children [01:09:14] Los Lecheros Milk Carton Boat Race [01:09:54] Hotline Inc Bake Sale [01:10:42] US Army Reserve - ELO Promo [01:11:13] The Captain; Stuart Gold; Dennis Spears - KCPR Basketball vs Girls - Dictionary Spot [01:12:23] Students Community Services Photography Club [01:13:12] U.U. Board of Governors 6th Anniversary Gala [01:14:13] CONVICT Ministers [01:15:16] Tau Beta Pi Cartoon Festival - "Dr. Animation" [01:16:33] Lung Association [01:17:07] Donald Roger Thomas - Cal State L.A. Chamber Singers [01:17:58] On-Track Promo - Unreleased live recordings [01:18:33] Open Channel Promo - Larry Fisher [01:19:04] Cal Poly Ski Club film showing - The Color of Skiing [01:19:51] Scott Humphrey, Roger Baker, Jay Berks Sports Magazine Promo with coach Bertie Harr [01:20:39] Ornamental Horticulture Club Tree Trimming [01:21:09] Marv Miller Show Promo [01:21:39] ASI Speakers Forum on the paranormal and psychics [01:22:14] SLO County Band - An Evening of Nostalgia [01:22:48] Cuesta Playoffs Sports [01:23:48] KCPR - Big Bands and All That Jazz Promo (alternate take) [01:24:38] Phil Edwards, Jim Allen, The Captain, Jeff Spun, Clark Savage, Dennis Stears, Pete Hill, Wolf, Stuart Gold, Duke, Gripper, Larry Robinson, Frank McKinney KCPR Basketball vs Girls Volleyball team [01:26:10] End of recording, Alex Thomas
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[unlabeled tape] - restricted
Random clip of a fast food commercial, ZV
Melissa and Todd's Theatre [adverstisement]
Melissa and Todd's Theatre [adverstisement]
Adverstisement featuring Melissa Scales and Todd for the "Melissa and Todd Theatre" program, ZV
[Boulware?], 12 seconds
[Boulware?], 12 seconds
Clip of a play-by-play call of a Cal Poly sports event., ZV
KCPR Artist Countdown
KCPR Artist Countdown
[00:00:01] Introduction [00:00:22] Dave Mason - We Disagree [00:03:25] The Doobie Brothers - Listen to the Music [00:07:00] The Beatles - Elenor Rigby second half contains clipping [00:09:10] Boz Scaggs - Lido Shuffle second half heavily damaged [00:12:41] Chicago - Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? tape damaged [00:15:41] Credit Bureau PSA, tape damage ends [00:16:14] Earth, Wind, and Fire - September tape damaged [00:19:33] Eagles - Lyin' Eyes tape damage less severe [00:25:48] Damage continues, ceased recording due to tape degradation, Alex Thomas
Silkworm at Linnea's, 60 seconds
Silkworm at Linnea's, 60 seconds
Promotional recording produced by Melissa Scales for a performance by Silkworm at Linnea's Cafe. Grandaddy opened the show., ZV
Punk and Disorderly [advertisement]
Punk and Disorderly [advertisement]
Adverstisement produced by Rick Silva (a.k.a. "Citizen Dick" or "Pancake Boy") for the KCPR program "Punk and Disorderly", ZV
We Funk: "Love You Baby" [advertisement]
We Funk: "Love You Baby" [advertisement]
Advertisement produced by Neal Losey for the KCPR program "We Funk", ZV
KCPR Archives, 1979-1980
KCPR Archives, 1979-1980
[00:00:00] Various Russ James between-the-music spots from one morning, yacht club,, weather, kidney transplants, emergency services [00:05:00] News Spot about Terri Harden, Star Wars fan, camping out for the Empire Strikes Back premiere [00:06:23] Assorted Russ James spots continued, signing off [00:07:19] Dave Stein with mock interview with Dave Weir and Kathy Lobokis, Weird Al, spot for KCPR auction studio [00:09:58] Sunday By Request spot with Weird Al going to see Santa Claus with other DJs [00:14:42] Journey to the North Pole with Weird Al radio program continues [00:16:16] Journey to the North Pole with Weird Al radio program continues [recording cuts off] [00:17:26] Journey to the North Pole with Weird Al radio program continues with appearance by "Ronald Colman" [00:20:53] Journey to the North Pole with Weird Al radio program continues [00:29:22] Slowed-down jingle with outtakes [00:31:19] Partial recitation of 'Twas The Night Before Christmas, with overlapping slowed-down KCPR jingles [00:32:28] The Night Before Christmas continues on the Journey to the North Pole show [00:34:16] Brian Hackney and Bill Biggs and Donna Pangburn and Russ Sharer sign off the Christmas program [00:34:53] Stereo jingles - Rick Shannon, Dave Elliott, Dave Stein, Zach Vowell
Audioscapes, 45 seconds
Audioscapes, 45 seconds
Adverstisement produced by Sal Espaa for the KCPR program "Audioscapes." The sample is from a Jello Biafra spoken word album., ZV
[Interview with Clan of Xymox]
[Interview with Clan of Xymox]
Interview with members of the band Clan of Xymox; possibly Anka [Anke?] Wolbert and Ronny Moorings, Alex Thomas
El Corral Spot
El Corral Spot
Advertisement for the Cal Poly campus store El Corral, ZV
Kung Fu! "Goes Against Me", Legal [station] ID
Kung Fu! "Goes Against Me", Legal [station] ID
Station identification recording produced by KCPR DJ Randy Yau. The recording includes sound effects and dialogue from classic kung fu films., ZV
 KCPR San Luis Obispo: Domestic Dispute Legal [station] ID, 30 seconds
KCPR San Luis Obispo: Domestic Dispute Legal [station] ID, 30 seconds
Station identification recording, with an intro spoken by Trevor Boelter, and James Cushing and Melissa Underwood acting as the arguing couple., ZV
Open Channel with Willie Huff
Open Channel with Willie Huff
[00:00:20] Leslie Bensacca and Tom Hiskocks with first caller asking Willie Huff [00:00:40] Discussion of Proposition 9 [00:03:35] Discussion of Tuition [00:04:05] Minors program [00:05:55] Caller asks about secretaries typing up schoolwork for ASI members [00:07:20] Caller asks about IRA fees [00:08:00] Nick, financial chair, talks about funds and fees [00:09:00] Caller asks about financial disparity between sports programs and academic programs receiving fees [00:10:55] Willie Huff on sports vs academic funding [00:11:55] Caller asks about IRA funding and the Mustang Daily staff budget [00:14:25] Salaries of ASI members discussed [00:15:00] Willie Huff on his campaign finances [00:17:00] Caller asks about the use of alcohol on campus [00:17:40] Ted voices his opinion against the selling of alcohol on campus [00:18:40] Caller continues discussion about alcohol on campus vs scholarships provided by alcohol companies [00:20:50] Willie Huff on internal conflict inside ASI, criticism of Rose Cranz?, previous ASI president [00:22:40] Caller asks about recent protest regarding minority discrimination [00:24:06] Ted Sanchez, Nick Forstier discuss minority students and whether there is discrimination [00:26:20] Athletic Dorm Talent Entertainment Show spot [00:27:55] Tom asks Nick and Ted about their differences of opinion [00:28:00] Nick talks about his financial experience [00:30:00] Caller asks for comment on the revenue sharing plan [00:30:40] Willie Huff explains what revenue sharing is [00:32:30] Ted continues discussion on revenue sharing [00:33:50] Caller asks about Program Board [00:34:10] Nick discusses Program Board along with Willie [00:35:15] Caller asks about views on athletics and priority registration [00:36:30] Priority registration discussion continues [00:38:55] Caller asks about candinates' opinion on Rose Cranz, previous ASI president [00:40:30] Discussion prompted by caller on student representation and revenue sharing [00:42:00] Caller asks vice president candidates why each of them is more qualified [00:42:15] Nick discusses his qualifications [00:43:15] Ted discusses his qualifications [00:44:20] Leslie Bensacca thanks candidates and ends the open channel [00:45:38] New section begins without introduction, caller Krista is discussing Iranian hostage crisis [00:47:55] Spot on upcoming talk by Fred Harris on political science [00:48:15] 91 Talkback continues, with caller talking about Poly Royal This takes place chronologically 15 minutes before the Open Channel segment [00:50:25] Caller Ken discusses minor sports being cut, advised to call back during Open Channel [00:53:00] Caller Nels calls to talk about the draft [00:56:40] Caller calls to ask whether the DJs actually have a radio voice in real life [00:59:40] Frank Thomas and Dave Stein DJs end 91 Talkback [01:00:35] Leslie Bensacca begins Open Channel very quiet [01:00:57] Reversed audio of what appears to be a sports broadcast, Alex Thomas
[untitled]
[untitled]
The words "child abuse" are crossed out on the tape label, ZV
[91 News sound bed]
[91 News sound bed]
Sample from the Ninja Tune compilation "FunKungFusion," used by 91 News as a sound bed. The word "Bulk" is crossed out on the cartridge label., ZV
New Wave Mania [adverstisement]
New Wave Mania [adverstisement]
Adverstisement possibly produced for the KCPR program "New Wave Mania", ZV
You Can Do It - Legal [station] ID
You Can Do It - Legal [station] ID
Station identification recording produced by David Lowe and Brian Dragich., ZV
 Skaboom "Skankin Burnt Dog," ska music, Wednesday 5-7pm [advertisment]
Skaboom "Skankin Burnt Dog," ska music, Wednesday 5-7pm [advertisment]
Adverstisement produced by Jeff "Bosco" Biafore for the KCPR program "Ska-Boom!", ZV
[untitled]
[untitled]
Tape label reads: "Chergey Q Play That Bad Tonite, 22 seconds", ZV
[unlabeled tape]
[unlabeled tape]
Spanish language station identification?, ZV
Internships [Santa Barbara news clips]
Internships [Santa Barbara news clips]
Series of news clips from Santa Barbara based broadcasters, ZV

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