Cover to Cover with Jack Foley

Cover to Cover with Jack Foley – March 28, 2018: Berliner Milljöh, Part Two

Today’s show is the concluding half of “Berliner Milljöh” (“Berliner Milieu”), a show KPFA originally broadcast on October 21, 1969. The show is a word/sound montage dealing with the Weimar Republic, the poetry of Bertolt Brecht, and the prose of Christopher Isherwood, passages from whose Berlin Stories (1945)—set in Berlin from 1930 to 1933—are read by the author. Hosted by Jack Foley.


Cover to Cover with Jack Foley

Cover to Cover with Jack Foley – March 21, 2018: Berliner Milljöh, Part One

Today’s show is “Berliner Milljöh” (“Berliner Milieu”), a show KPFA originally broadcast on October 21, 1969. The show is a word/sound montage dealing with the Weimar Republic, the poetry of Bertolt Brecht, and the prose of Christopher Isherwood, passages from whose Berlin Stories (1945)—set in Berlin from 1930 to 1933—are read by the author. “ Hosted by Jack Foley.


Tribute to Edgar Allan Poe: January is the birth month of Edgar Allan Poe, who lived from January 19, 1809 to October 7, 1849, dying at the age of forty under somewhat mysterious circumstances. Today’s show is a Poe-pourri, a presentation of the poetry of Edgar Allan Poe. We’re going to begin with his most famous poem, “The Raven.” Hosted by Jack Foley.


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