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1 [Bill Bacon KAKM interview] KAKM-TV interview with filmmaker Bill Bacon on the program "Something to Say." Program 110. Recorded on November 24, 1980. Air date was December 18, 1980. Produced and hosted by Carroll Hodge, and produced and directed by Ron Eagle. Copyright 1980 KAKM. Bacon talks about filming wildlife, Walt D... 1980
2 Paul Brodeur is interviewed by Susan McInnis on May 13, 1994 in Alaska Paul Brodeur is a investigative journalist, 36 year senior staff writer for the New Yorker, author of books and essays on the health dangers of asbestos, radiation, ozone and most recently electricity, power lines and video display terminals. 1994-05-13
3 Pat O'Rourke, Socility Valmontaya, Robert Galatianoff and Phil Charotte are interviewed on an unidentified date Cultural issues and racism at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Chancellor Pat O'Rourke, assistant professor Socility Valmontaya, professor of education Robert Galatianoff and student Phil Charotte.
4 Paul-Anders Simma is interviewed by Susan McInnis on September 17, 1991 in Alaska Paul-Anders Simma is a Sami filmmaker and creator of Beyond day & night and Let's dance. He was educated in Sweden, formerly of The Swedish Film Institute and now a freelance director. 1991-09-17
5 Patrick O'Rourke is interviewed by Susan McInnis on June 5, 1991 in Fairbanks, Alaska Interview with outgoing chancellor, Patrick O'Rourke who departs on June 14, 1991 after a decade in the post and over two decades with the University of Alaska system. 1991-06-05
6 Peter Alsop is interviewed by Susan McInnis on March 26, 1994 in Alaska Peter Alsop is a psychologist, educator, singer, and song writer. His focus includes childhood, parenting and emotional growth 1994-03-26
7 Paul Ehrlich is interviewed by Susan McInnis on May 3, 1994 in Alaska Dr. Paul Ehrlich, author of The Population bomb and 30 other books including Population explosion. 1994-05-03
8 Patty Kastelic and Terry Foster Brimner are interviewed by Susan McInnis on February 18, 1990 in Fairbanks, Alaska Patty Kastelic, director of Student Affairs at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Terry Foster Brimner, Fairbanks attorney specializing in family law discuss conflict resolution and mediation. 1990-02-18
9 Janet Halverson, Ralph Nester, and Dick Holden are interviewed about tourism on May 17, 1986 in Fairbanks, Alaska Discussion of the past and current state of Alaska/Fairbanks tourist industry, what is being done to increase it, how foreign especially Asian tourism is being courted, the scope of marketing, public relations and advertising efforts, the problems of winter tourism and efforts to build it with th... 1986-05-17
10 Dean Goettrer, Shirly Goettrer, Guy Satterly, and Tony Gasparo are interviewed on May 29, 1986 in Fairbanks, Alaska Dean Goettrer and Shirly Goettrer served in the Peace Corps in Colombia from 1965-1968, Guy Satterly served in the Peace Corps in India in 1966, and Tony Gasparo serving in the Dominican Republic in 1962. There are approximately 45 former Peace Corps members in Fairbanks. How the Peace got starte... 1986-05-29
11 Roger Daniels is interviewed on February 11, 1984 in Fairbanks, Alaska On February 19, 1942 President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 that authorized the immediate internment of Japanese-Americans into internment camps. The Order also authorized the relocation of Alaskan Aleuts, for their own protection, but in many ways they were treated as shamefull... 1984-02-11
12 Jennifer Belcher is interviewed on April 12, 1986 in Fairbanks, Alaska Jennifer Belcher, National Women's Political Caucus, what it is and how it trains and supports women to participate in the political arena. Also an explanation of the comparable worth issue and the history of the state of Washington attempt to deal with the controversial issue. 1986-04-12
13 Diane Yamamoto, Peggy Klein, and Lyle Tao are interviewed on May 31, 1986 in Fairbanks, Alaska Diane Yamamoto, King County Rape Relief, Peggy Klein and Lyle Tao, WICCA, prevention of sexual abuse in society, Alaska, national education society and factors in society that contribute to sexual aggressiveness. 1986-05-31
14 Neil Davis, Mary Larabee, and Sally Yarie are interviewed on January 5, 1984 in Fairbanks, Alaska Neil Davis, Mary Larabee, and Sally Yarie talk about small presses, Fireweed Press, Vanessa Press and the University Press in Fairbanks, Alaska. 1984-01-05
15 Lydia Black is interviewed on February 16, 1985 in Fairbanks, Alaska Discussion of Aleut relocation. 1986-02-16
16 Bow hunting and retriever dogs
17 Margaret Murie and Celia Hunter are interviewed by John Adams on an unknown date in Fairbanks, Alaska
18 Jacqueline LaPerriere is interviewed by Steve Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in the 1980s Jacqueline LaPerriere talks about the expedition to St. Lawrence Island with Dr. Nako who is from the Geophysics Department at the University of Hokkaido at Sapporo, being the local scientist for the project, taking cores of the ancient lake sediments on St. Lawrence Island so they can look at th...
19 Jerry Trojan and Dale Florian are interviewed by Steve Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1984 and broadcast on May 11, 1984 Jerry Trojan talk about preparations for President Reagan's visit to the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, changing plans the closer they came to the visit, security of the rooms, working with the Secret Service, closing different facilities when the president was there, coordinating traffic...
20 Harry Hilton and Sally Taylor are interviewed by Stephen Lay in 1982 in Fairbanks, Alaska Dean Harry Hilton talks about increased enrollment numbers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, reasons for the expected influx this fall, in-state recruiting effort which has been improving yearly, and acceptance of high school teachers and counselors as far as the selection of programs offere...