WDETPLEDGE WEEK Ptedge Line 577-4146 Oct. 31: Halloween Disco Detroit at the Roostertail, 100 Marquette, south of Jefferson, lOpm till dawn. $2 cover charge makes you a contributor to Public Radio. Live broadcast from llpm-lam on WDET-FM 101.9. ' For more information: 577-4146. AND BROADCAST DURING TUF. WEEK ON WDET-FM 101.9: Oct. 30: 6:30pm "Jazz Yesterday"- host Jim Gallert features local jazz pianist Bob Seeley and Charlie Rasch. ll:30pm "Gayly Speaking"- topic: Gay Women and Therapy, produced by the Lesbian Radio Collective. 12:30am "Band Pass" with host Jerry Stormer. 3ct. 31: 3:00pm "Morphogenesis" Halloween Special dedicated to "All Sours," host is Judy Adams. 7:30pm "Filmusic" 'Classic Film Scores for Errol FtynrT'with host Mark Koldys. ll:OOpm "Everywhere Music Goes" Live broadcast from the Roostertail's Hatloween Disco Detroit for WDET. l:OOam "All-Night Morpho Halloween Special"- A program designed to instill fear, terror and horror to those who tune in. Nov. 1: 12:00pm "For My People" alternative media f rom a black perspective presented by Project BAIT. 5:00pm "Kaleidophone" jazz artist Shoobee Doo with host Geoff Jacques. 12:00am "Jazz Today" with host Bud Spangier. Nov. 2: 7:00pm "Navrang ■ Kaleidoscope of Indian Music" Sid and Bani Mittra explore Eastern Indian music. Two Specials of WRIF FM 101, 8-J0pm: Nov. 1 : "George Harrison Special" A two-hour interview with the famed ex-Beatle, now a leading rock star in his own right. Harrison talks about the influences of his early Beatle days and his current religious experiences. Nov. 8: "WRIF Salutes Detroit Rock" This - - two-hour special program focuses upon the major rock groups from Detroit that have made it. It includes special interview material with Detroit artists like Alice Cooper, Bob Seger and others. Some of the other Detroit artists saluted are Rare Earth, Frigid Pink, The MC-5, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, and the Amboy Dukes. WCBN-FM 89.5, Sun., Nov. 2iul,llpm-3am ANCESTOR WORSHIP with guest "Scholar in Residence" John Sinclair. John Coltrane, The Quartet, Part II. The 5th in a series of 4-hour programs of the music of the great: Afro-American saxophonist, bandleader, & spiritual force.
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