Host, producer of Morning Music Show, KPFK Radio, September 1981-April 1982, 6-9 am slot, five mornings each week.

Various live call-in talk shows on WBAI, Pacifica Radio in New York, 1978-1981, including midnight to 6 am slot.

Producer/Host of MUSIC OF THE AMERICAS, heard Mondays 12-2 pm on KPFK-FM, Pacifica Radio in Los Angeles, between September 1981 and February 1997, featuring live concerts of music from North and South America and interviews with composers, music historians and performers, heard weekly between September 1981 and March 1997.

SELECTED RADIO BROADCASTS:

Four-part documentary on the Life and Music of Otto Luening, American Composer (June 1981), to mark the composer's 81th birthday, broadcast numerous times on Pacific Radio network stations since premiere.

Broadcast of two live orchestra concerts of the Los Angeles Modern String Orchestra, Dr. William Henderson, conductor (Works by Women Composers, March 10, 1985 and Works by Black American Composers, February 19, 1983).

Broadcast nationally via satellite, 100th Anniversary Celebration of Mexican composer, Manuel Ponce, December 1985, featuring pianist Carlos Vazquez.

Interviews with composers William Kraft, Peter Schickele, Alf Clausen, William Schmidt, Mel Powell, Ellen Zwilich, Joan Tower, Clifford Vaughn, Ben Weisman, George Heussenstamm, Ed Bland, Paul Reale, Herbert Bielawa, Mark Carlson, Beverly Grigsby, Anthony Vazzana, Frank Campo, Daniel Kessner, Max Lifchitz, Frank Zappa, Dorrance Stalvey, Emma Lou Diemer, Kathleen St. John, Elaine Barkin, Michael Kibbe, Barry Schrader, Rodney Oakes, Roger Bourland, David Raksin, Hans Salter, Basil Poledouris, among others.

Interviews with musicians Black American musicians Eve Jessye, John Bubbles, Buddy Collette, Clora Bryant, Horace Silvers, and other jazz musicians.

Live concerts with Peggy Gilbert and the Dixie Belles, The West Coast Saxophone Quartet, Zita Carno, Mildred Chase, Kalman Block, MIscha Lefkowitz, William Powell, Deborah Kavasch, Nick Ariondo, Da Capo Chamber Players, North Wind Quintet, Lucille Field Goodman, Echosphere (Deon Price and Paul Stewart), Gwen Wyatt, Althea Waites, Gloria Cheng, among others.

(Please note that some air-checks are available through Cambria Historical Cassettes, Box 374, Lomita, California 90717, phone 310-831-1322, fax 310-833-7442.)