Δεν είναι εκπομπή Είναι έρωτας Είναι ο μεγάλος ποθητός σου έρωτας της Τρίτης Η εξουσία ανήκει στο κράτος Οι Τρίτες όμως ανήκουν στο roundabout εν μέσω είδήσεων και πολύ μουσικής συνεχίζουμε να παρουσιάζουμε μορφές "κοιωνικού αντιφασιστικού ποδοσφαίρου βλέπουμε πως το ελληνικό τραγούδι τίμησε τους σαλταδόρους της κατοχής βλέπουμε πως το παπαπδαριό, η χουντοδεξιά των 60ς και η αριστερά ανανεωτική και μη επιτέθηκαν ενάντια στα νεανικά μουσικά ρεύματα των δεκαετιών 1950-1960 και τέλος παρουσιάζουμε μια αυτοτελή ιστορία από τα μακρινά 60ς μέχρι τις αρχές των 90ς, τότε που η Ελλάδα έλεγε οριστικά "αντίο στην φτώχεια" Roundabout 59-"Ολοκαίνουργιος"+ More details
16 In Webster Groves was a 1966 award-winning documentary one-hour TV special produced by CBS News focusing on the experiences of adolescents growing up and living in Webster Groves, Missouri, United States. Produced by Arthur Barron and narrated by Charles Kuralt, the program was inspired by a survey conducted by the University of Chicago. It showed the middle-American, middle-class town to be a superficially friendly, prosperous, progressive, religious, charitable, arts-and-education oriented bedroom community whose adolescent culture, with the complicity (and, by inference, example and encouragement) of the adult population, was in fact clique-ridden, status-oriented, hypercompetitive, hypocritical, prejudiced, and materialistic. In stark contrast to the popular view in the mid-1960s that young people were rebelling against the values of their parents, the program depicted the Webster Groves teenagers as unimaginative and conformist. One sixteen year old girl, for example, declares that her dream is to live in a house down the street from the one she lives in now. That interview, and others with a cross section of sixteen-year-olds in the community, including minorities and exchange students, and consensual filming of their normal activities, both in school and at recreation, provided the content of the program. This documentary has been unavailable for over 40 years. A follow-up documentary, "16 in Webster Groves Revisited," is also included in this upload. It begins at 52:00+ More details
Little Magazines/Small Talks at the Architectural Association November 10, 2007 Peter Cook, Dennis Crompton, Peter Murray, Denise Sharp, Mary Wall and others discussed architectural publishing in London during the 1960s and 70s+ More details
Architecture Fall 2013 Lecture Series - November 7, 2013 at Slocum Hall. Dennis Crompton, part of the original avant-garde Archigram group (from the Architectural Association) that was formed in London in the 1960s, established the Archigram Archive in 1975. Crompton will discuss the Archigram Opera, first made in 1972. (L.C. Dillenback Lecture)+ More details
World-renowned music photographer Henry Diltz shows photos and talks about his nearly 50 years as a photographer including the stories behind many of the classic albums, iconic photographs and the music world of California in the 60s and 70s.+ More details
In 1960, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, H.C. Story had a choice. Joining the non-violent movement went against his grain, until he heard Dr. King speak at church on a Monday night that changed his life forever. This is the story of an ordinary man that made an extraordinary choice to risk his life for the cause of freedom. VOLUME LEVEL WARNING: AFTER UPLOADING THIS I REALIZED THAT I NEED TO INCREASE THE VOLUME FOR THE ENTIRE MOVIE AS IT SOUNDS THROUGH A SMALL COMPUTER. I WILL GET TO THIS REMIX ASAP. IN THE MEANTIME YOU ARE ADVISED TO LISTEN THROUGH EXTERNAL SPEAKERS THAT CAN BE TURNED UP OR HEADPHONES IN ORDER FOR THE VOLUME LEVEL TO BE SUFFICIENT.+ More details
The story of one of television’s most popular game shows: Concentration and its long-time producer Norm Blumenthal. From the early days of Barry & Enright’s Winky Dink, Tic Tac Dough and Twenty-One, through the Boy Scout and Christmas shows of the 1960s, it’s an story of American television. With many backstage stories. Be sure to watch through 1:09:20—there are six mysterious minutes of black video that follow (not sure why; will investigate.)+ More details
New York Times art critic Ken Johnson, artist Carroll Dunham and medical anthropologist and historian of science Nicolas Langlitz (Anthropology, New School for Social Research) discuss the enduring influence that the use of hallucinogens and the psychedelic experience has had on American culture. In his new book, Are You Experienced?, Johnson asserts that in the 1960’s “some kind of awakening took place in art. . . and the creative and intellectual energies that were brought to life are still feeding the imaginations of artists today.” Moderated by Miciah Hussey (English, The Graduate Center, CUNY).+ More details
Obsession is a "Made in the USA" view of sex, an evening-length work performed by Maida Withers Dance Construction Company and Nuvieux Music Ensemble. Concept / Choreography: Maida Withers Music Director: Michael Willis Dancers: Lorena Cervantes, Michael Koob, Taffy-Schaeffer-Merkert, Greg Simeone (Elvis figure), Jeffrey Strum, Edward Ikio Taketa, Annetta Wade, Matthew Brown (voice) Musicians: Lewis Christian, woodwinds; John Ramo, guitar; Zenon Slawinski, keyboard; Rich Usilton, percussion; Michael Willis, bass; Joe Link, rap lyrics. World Premiere: Mexico City, Mexico 1987 USA Premiere: April 24/25, 1987, Marvin Theatre, Washington, DC Obsession toured in Mexico (three cities) sponsored by the Government of Mexico and to Guatemala City sponsored by Rachel Cerezo, the wife of then President of Guatemala, Vinicio Cerezo. Obsession was performed in Washington, DC at the Publick Playhouse in Prince George's County with Maida Withers as the Elvis figure. Documentary video of rehearsal (1:12:02) Producer: Linda Lewett Co-Producer/Director/Editor: Judith Lowe Camera: John Williams, Charles Hardeman, John Lewis, Ann Bassin Technical Support: John Lewis, Michelle Latimore, Andy Moskowitz Maida Withers Copyright (c) 1987 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED+ More details
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