|1||Northern Storyteller. 34||Northern Storyteller 34. 1. “The Water of Life” from the book Tales from Times Past, edited by Bryan Holmes, publisher Viking Press, reader: Lois Bruhn (14:40) 2. Three Stories from Legends From the Sun and Moon, by Eric and Tessa Handly, Cambridge University Press, reader: Ellen Whitcher (13:12)...|
|2||Northern Storyteller. 32.||Northern Storyteller 32. 1. “The Moon Ribbon”, From the book Tales of Wonder by Jane Yolen, published by Schoken Books. Reader: Jana Orchard (20:06 min.) 2. “The Porcelain Man”, by Richard Kennedy, published by Little, Brown and Co. Reader: Mikki Eisman (8:30 min) 3. “How the Elephant got its Tru...|
|3||Northern Storyteller. 15||Northern Storyteller 15. 1. “Oliver Hyde’s Dishcloth Concert” by Richard Kennedy, read by Marsha Trainer (13:40 min.) 2. “Wee Gillis” by Munro Leaf, read by June Pinell-Stephens (9:12 min.) 3. “The Dancing Tigers” by Russell Hoban, read by Tom Hessler (13.25 min.) 4. “The Giant’s Daughter” a Scan...|
|4||Northern Storyteller. 18||Northern Storyteller 18 B. 1. “Petronella” by Jay Williams, read by June Pinell-Stephens (15:58 min) 2. “The Twits, by Roald Dahl, (pt. 1)” read by Ron Clarke (20:22 min) 3. “The Twits, by Roald Dahl (pt. 2)” read by Ron Clarke (22:20 min).|
|5||Northern Storyteller. [unnumbered August 20-21]||Northern Storyteller August 20-21. The Faithless Lollybird parts 1&2, Brenda Phillips reads the book The Faithless Lollybird by Joan Aiken, Published by Doubleday & Company.|
|6||Vince Haneman is interviewed by Steve Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in the 1980s||Vince Haneman talks about the shortage of engineering faculty, national shortfall, vacancies in the Engineering Department at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the lack of qualified engineers for redesign of public works, accreditation rates, vacancy replacements at the University of Alaska, th...|
|7||Steve Lay interviews an unidentified person about the Fitness Fest at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, Alaska in the 1980s||An unidentified person talks about the second annual Fitness Fest, causes of death in relation to lifestyle, looking at weight, nutrition, exercise patterns, etc., agencies from the community coming to campus for the Fitness Fest, assessments, workshops, the month-long assessment after the fest, ...|
|8||Lee Salisbury is interviewed by Steve Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska in the 1980s||Lee Salisbury the upcoming production of the musical A Funny thing happened on the way to the forum which is a joint production of the Music Department, the Opera Workshop and the Drama Workshop of the Speech and Drama Department at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, some of the student actors i...|
|9||Stephen Crosby is interviewed by Steve Lay in Fairbanks, Alaska on January 18 and February 17, 1984||ORAL HISTORY 01-84-02-04 PT. 1. Stephen Crosby talks about choosing acting as a career, his education, Frank Brink, his acting background, accepting the directing and teaching position at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, his drama project, The Dining room, and characteristics he likes in actor...||1984-02-17|
|10||Juan Roederer is interviewed by Steve Lay on September 6, 1984 at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, Alaska||Juan Roederer talks about signing an agreement of cooperation with a counterpart from the Soviet Polar Geophysical Institute, the study of the aurora at very high latitudes, the difficulty of maintaining a dialog with the Soviets even at the scientific technical level, restrictions, the speed at ...||1984-09-06|
|11||Michael Harker, Jean Aigner, Mary Elizabeth Shutler, Michelle Bartlett, Sally Paler, and Laurie Barkey are interviewed||Michael Harker talks about an upcoming symposium on agricultural development, integrating crop production and livestock production, and farming management. Jean Aigner talks about the cultural technology of making small blades, a planned visit to the People's Republic of China, vising the far nor...|
|12||An unidentified student is interviewed by Bill Campbell on November 29, 1989 about being raped on campus in the spring of 1989||
A University of Alaska Fairbanks student who was raped by someone she knew on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus in the spring 1989.
Title on container: Acquaintance rape
|13||Marina Miller is interviewed by Bill Campbell on October 18, 1989 in Alaska||Marina Miller talks about the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the oil spill, Alaskan roadside trash and nuclear-powered space probes.||1989-10-18|
|14||Maria Abel, Chief Cummings, and Eileen Cummings are interviewed by Bill Campbell on November 15, 1989 in Alaska||Maria Abel of Maria's Cafe, Fairbanks Police Chief Cummings, and Eileen Cummings of Alaska Literacy Council discuss the runaway problem.||1989-11-15|
|15||Ben Pelletier is interviewed by Bill Campbell on December 13, 1989 in Fairbanks, Alaska||Ben Pelletier is a musician from West Valley High School in Fairbanks, Alaska and a member of the McDonald's National Jazz Band.||1989-12-13|
|16||Bill Denny is interviewed by Bill Campbell on November 22, 1989 in Alaska||Bill Denny, former inmate at Fairbanks Youth Facility, talks about his incarceration, why did he did crimes, life at the Youth Facility, and drug problems then and now.||1989-11-22|
|17||Gail Staker and Nat Reishman are interviewed by Bill Campbell on January 4, 1990 in Valdez, Alaska||Valdez students discuss their town and the oil spill.||1990-01-04|
|18||Dana [no last name] is interviewed by Bill Campbell on January 4, 1990 in Cordova, Alaska||
Dana is a twenty year old commercial fisherwoman. She talks about the effects of the oil spill on Cordova, the effect on fishing, local employment, resident population and prices.
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|19||Children of military people are interviewed by Bill Campbell on January 3, 1990 in Alaska||The experiences of children whose parents are in the Army, moving a lot, changing schools often, meeting new kids, forming new friendships, and being exposed to new cultures and languages.||1990-01-03|
|20||Bill Campbell interviews a parent attending college on March 28, 1990 in Fairbanks, Alaska||Bill Campbell interviews a parent attending college.||1990-03-28|