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"Stardate," Blind Date, Joel Block gets political, pointing out that the show isn't on tape, some things to look forward to tonight, Monty Python, how everyone seems to be picking on Henry Kissinger these days, Frank Burgert is in the studio, more on the National Enquirer, Larry Braverman tries to sneak out, Frank and Mike are going to walk around the Union building with a wireless microphone, Eric plays his first game of Frisbee for the year, the ticket lady downstairs encourages listeners to come see Santana, encouraging people in the dorms to flash their lights on and off while Mike is standing on the bridge, wondering what became of Sidney Schreiber, interviewing people outside, exploring the rest of the building, visiting the WUSB office, an indoor Frisbee match, Frank Luther with Arden and Ohman Orchestra, Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians, Joe January police drama, George Olsen's Orchestra, "Dallas Rag," the relationship of beer to music, Frank explains what 16 rpm was used for, a major expose is upcoming, the theme from "Crockett's Victory Garden," a prize for Ray in Northport, the 706 area code expose, gospel music with sound effects, Eric will be going out on the bridge later, Jean Redpath, Tripod false starts, The Tripod Family: opening the letter, Eric is now wandering around the building, standing by the teletype, noise from the station intercom, Frank has an electric drill, WUSB's own Bill Mackenzie is singing in the cafeteria, changing a dollar bill live on the air, Eric gets Mike an iced tea from the machine downstairs, an appearance by Felix Palacios, words from the building manager, talking with Bill Mackenzie, broadcasting from under the bridge and on top of it, Nancy Beluchi, Bill Senikowich, and Dan Freilicher will be in the studio, an appeal for people in G and H Quads to flash their lights, Altered Cats, Bill Mackenzie is singing inside the studio, a passing car responds to the request, Larry from California, an appeal for screams, back in the studio, setting up for an impromptu concert in the hallway, Joseph Spence, Bill Mackenzie live from the corridor, why the hallway is the best place for singing [about 15 minutes are missing from the middle of the show], a local game show, a complete weather forecast, Mike remembers putting Andy Lish on live, Nancy Beluchi explains how she rang the doorbell, an ice fight breaks out, the recent outbreak of the "murder" game, Nancy drops an ice cube down Mike's back leading to a memorable outburst, Eric recalls when he was wetter than today, Bunky and Spunky: wise money management, Pink Floyd, going over the events of the evening, a marathon "Kirk Express" program is coming up, Eric expresses frustration at not being listened to, a "Brain Damage" dedication. [Mike and Eric each uttered an unintentional profanity during this show. Hint: one is on tape and one is very live.]Download It Now!
Bill Senikowich, "Stardate," Blind Date, David Bowie, Space Shuttle Launch #1, Jean Michel Jarre, another space shuttle disappointment, Mike has a videotape machine, Deborah Bird will be a guest tonight, debating the use of "north fork," Deborah Bird live from Austin, what the return to space might mean, how "Stardate" got started, how the Reagan administration has affected the space program, military applications of space, why global war is obsolete, the prospect of extraterrestrial life, the possibility of planets around other stars, what the space telescope will do, what it's like looking through a huge telescope, Eric's disappointing experience in astronomy class, facts about Joel Block, spotting satellites, the Enterprise space shuttle, why the space program has suffered over the years, the "Star Wars" effect, Klaatu, Space Shuttle Launch #2, Stomu Yamashta, Steve Winwood, and Michael Shrieve, Tomita, Eric saw a shooting star on the way to the station, what it must be like to hear yourself on the radio, tapes from NASA are on the agenda, trouble with the temperature conversion, targeting Connecticut listeners, The Tripod Family: Uncle Jonathan tries to get into the house while the Tripods have a discussion, The Bonzo Dog Band, Holst, Cosmos with Ronald Sagan, Sartre Trek, Michael Hoenig, Eric's experience with a UFO, Nancy has bagels, Eric's idea for a horror film involving pizza, Mike finds music from Togo, Space Shuttle Launch #3, Vangelis, Elton John, "Star Wars" music, predictions on space travel by 2001, Frank threatens another ice cube fight, The Space Story: a look at the space shuttle, The Space Story: a history of the space shuttle, Bunky and Spunky: outer space safety, Kraftwerk, The Space Story backwards, Space Shuttle Launch #4 [end cut off].Download It Now!
"Stardate," bothering Bill Senikowich, commotion while getting into the studio, speed issues, Pomp and Circumstance, Frank manages to connect to a huge number of telephone conversations at once, The Harmoneion Singers, Clifford Jackson and Peter Basquin, Bar Trek, William C. Peters and Peter Basquin, sound effects, playing it backwards, Mike remembers the odd pronunciation of Louisville by locals, more telephone noise, a call for strange telephone stories, Eric remembers some phone oddities, a listener calls collect, feedback, calling a payphone in New York City, Mike remembers a payphone incident on Staten Island, a conversation with a person from French Guyana who picked up the ringing payphone, The Odd Couple sings, Lobotomy in a Can, the United States Coast Guard Band, talk about security guards, Mike's days as a security guard, The Tripod Family: Howard debates starring in the film, pipe organ music, Sorcerer's Apprentice, another try to the New York City payphone, player piano music, talking to a random person, Bar Wars, David Bowie, Gynecologist in a Drum, classical music, Firing Squad with William F. Bunkley, an announcement about "Firing Line with William F. Buckley," tax talk, Bar Trek, The Selecter, the station is in mono, there will be transmitter tests at 3:00 am, the transmitter test during Jon Billing's show last week, a confusing poster, Kate Pierson ID, calling the payphone in New York City while on delay, Bar Wars, Mike is filling in for Louis Heckheimer later today on "Jazz on the Air," calling the payphone one more time, Eric and Mike share stories of payphones being called, a rewinding tape, Frank and the delay system make things really confusing, Fred Schnieder ID, echo effects, a record skip, WUSB signoff with echoes.Download It Now!
"Stardate," Eric has a bad week when his 1966 car dies, George Peoria will be in tonight, remembering people who fell down, Mike's traffic incident, sound effects, Eric and Frank have a near collision, Ravel, Mike's experience losing brakes and wheel bearings while in Staten Island, Uncle Rodney and Captain Christopher: tenement buildings and a counting lesson plus a visit from Uncle Boris, The B52s in echo, Bunky and Spunky: plumbing tips, Jean Harris ID, The Clash, three studios are in use tonight, previewing some new records with an independent rater, there will be a Grateful Dead ticket giveaway later, conventions in naming albums, Eric Clapton, The Tripod Family: Howard arrives on Whitney Island, Robert Lowry and Isaac Watts with sound effects, a dramatic weather report, removing the sound effects, Dutch avant-garde music from Radio Nederlands, Oakland Ballet ID, Bunky and Spunky: how to become a rock star, dentist drills, The Beatles, upcoming Sun Day celebrations, it's Caribbean weekend on campus, June Lodge and Prince Mohammed sing-along, George Peoria hosts a call-in segment on automobile trouble, Bizet, My Fair Lady in Hebrew with sing-along and all sorts of sound effects, dub effects, The Clash, Mike's trip to a haunted house in New Jersey, the show may be on tape next week, Lister promo, battling outro tunes, Eric's new car is older than his old one, Genesis.Download It Now!