Zeeber Gold: Movers & Shakers of the 70s

in Weekly Programme, Zeeber Gold

by Elrik Merlin on Sunday, 30 December, 2012

Join us every Wednesday, starting January 2, for a series of fascinating interviews with the movers and shakers, artists and musicians of the 1970s, whose perspectives helped to shape the world in which we live today.

The series comes from deep in the archives of ZBS Foundation, which started out in the early 1970s making radio programmes for college, community and public radio stations. 28 of these early programmes have been discovered so far.

The series includes interviews with Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead, Frank Zappa, Jimi Hendrix, Joseph Campbell, Yoko Ono, Stan Lee of Marvel Comics, Ken Kesey, Paul Bowles, Abbie Hoffman, Mel Blanc of Bugs Bunny & Porky Pig, Chogyam Trunpa Rinpoche, Humphrey Osmond who coined the word “psychedelic,” and many more, including a never‐before‐aired interview with Syd Barrett of Pink Floyd.

Join us for the first in the Zeeber Gold series, at 11am or 7pm Pacific time (19:00 or 03:00 GMT) — an interview with Irish American mythologist, writer and lecturer Joseph Campbell (1904 – 1987), best known for his work in comparative mythology and religion, whose work, interestingly enough, inspired an aspect of the Star Wars movie series.


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