William "Will" Noffke was a Bay Area radio host. He interviewed spiritual and political leaders on various programs, including
The Meeting of the Ways, New Dimensions and New Horizons. His papers include administrative materials, background information
on the interviewees and organizations, and 2,000 reel to reel tapes and cassettes of radio shows.
William "Will" Noffke, 1929 - 1997, was a radio-host whose life work documents the cultural and religious changes which began
to emerge in the 1960s in
California. Originally a New York City Off-Broadway set designer,
he settled in the San Francisco Bay Area where over the course of two decades,
1970 to 1990, he hosted and produced radio programs on KQED-FM and KPFA-FM,
as well as in his own performance space and bookstore, Shared Visions,
in Berkeley, California.
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