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Houston Breakthrough, May 1979 - Page 21. May 1979. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 15, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/630/show/622.

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Transcript in Houston clubs and at many political fundraisers. Harbar came to the station two years ago and proposed the program. "When do you want to go on?" Harbar was asked. That was all it took. Once someone telephoned Harbar, who is of Russian and Gypsy descent, to tell him about the great Gypsy music on KPFT. "Now I can't go anwhere (that) people don't ask about the show." Meena Datt of India had been in Houston only two weeks before going on the air at KPFT the first time. Her son was 10 months old. Datt remembers toting baby, bag and bottle to the studio to do her Music of India program. Last March 17, Music of India celebrated its third anniversary. Datt now divides her time between KPFT and working part-time at the day care center in which her four-year-old is enrolled. She began Music of India due to her husband's prodding. Community response was good and now Datt receives letters and phone calls from her listeners. "People care a lot. I feel it. I feel very close to the listeners. Everything they say matters to me. That's what keeps me going." Non-music programming is equally varied. The station carries several segments from NPR such as BBC News Live from London (weekday mornings, 7:45-8:00 a.m.), Options in Education (Wednesday evenings, 7:30-8:30 p.m.) and the immensely popular All Things Considered (weekdays, 4-5:30 p.m.) a radio/newsmagazine of sorts. Pauline Frederick gives a commentary on the week's events as viewed from Washington (Thursday, 9 a.m.). Locally, KPFT features a daily news show, Life on Earth (weekdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m.) and a large variety of interview/talk shows. Conversations with Sasha (weekdays, 11 a.m.) a program presenting those from the axis, Embrace the Earth (Tuesday, 7 p.m.) an environmental program, Creative Connection (Mondays, 7:30 p.m.) interviews with the esoteric community and Film Thoughts with Brent Northup (Thursdays, 7 p.m.) Ed Falk jokingly calls himself the "token conservative" of KPFT and describes himself as an "anti-smoker, anti-drinker and anti-gambler." His show on KPFT, Conservative Issues with Ed Falk (Mondays, 6:30-7:30 p.m.) generally spotlights "conservative, Republican, right-wing people" but he has had guests on from the Harris County Women's Political Caucus and the Libertarian Party. Two months ago when Falk was approached about doing the show, his first reaction was, "Are you kidding me, that liberal station?" He said he expected antagonistic call-ins and closed minds. Instead, Falk now calls his listeners "fair and objective." Falk feels the station is "very unique and does a tremendous job with the limited funds they have. The community should support it more. Stations like KPFT prevent corruption," he said. Conservative Issues with Ed Falk is now booked seven weeks in advance and the host, who is regional director of the Conservative Caucus of the Gulf Coast of Texas, reports he receives a healthy num- 6:00 a.m. 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Al Vaughn BBC News Live from London NPR National News Saturday Sunrise Sunday Sounds Kehkeshan 9:00 a.m. Islamic Program Folk Festival U.S.A. Los Angeles Philharmonic International Concert Hall Pauline Fredrick Masterpiece Radio Theatre Music of India Musical Trot with Liselotte 10*00 a m Morning Magic with Jenai 11:00 a.m. Berner on Broadway Vinyl Drift with Steve McVicker 12 noon Blue Monday Conversation Houston World Best of Pacifica Midday News/Spanish News with Ismeal Reyes Gypsies 1:00 p.m. Afternoon Music Break 2:00 p.m. Mosaico Musical Mosaico Musical 3:00 p.m. jazz rrogrebsions Piano Jazz Jazz Alive!, Part I Jazz Alive!, Part II Atzlan Folklore y Cultura 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. National Public Radio Presents All Things Considered - 3rd World Experience Hellenic Hour Jewish Hour 6:00 p.m. Life on Earth-Pacifica's News Service Tells All Chip and the Chief Chip and the Chief 7:00 p.m. Conversation with Ed Falk Space City Wrapup Informazine Film Thoughts with Brent Berner on the Arts Taking Care of Business Embrace the Earth Breakthrough on the Air 8:00 p.m. Creative Connection Options in Education Bluegrass Express with Tony Ullrich Friday Night Live and Reflection with F.M. Cargo Avante Garde with Scott Sommers 9:00 p.m. Crossroads with Ted Viens Music von Harmonia Music around Town with Guy Schwartz 10:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m. 12 midnight Art Gnuvo Crystal Egg Hi Fi Show with Doug & Gary Vibration with Scott Wilde 'n'Stein with Ray Hill and Friends Tony's Blues Midnight News Update Live from Outer Space 3:00 a.m. John Renaud's Metaphysical Talk Show Art Gnuvo Wayne Sam Dave Alien - Wayne Dallas Mayer Dallas Mayer Dallas Mayer Dallas Mayer Alias Solo Flight Dallas Mayer Houston Breakthrough 21 May 1979