The Bayard Stockton Good Companions Radio Show Collection contains one hundred seven (107) community affairs radio interviews
aired on KMGQ-FM Goleta and conducted with a wide variety of well-known people on current events such as the arts, social
issues, the environment, education, agriculture, politics, science, and history.
Bayard Stockton, the "Good Companions" program host, started his career as a Cold War spy for the CIA in post-WW II Europe.
In the 1960s he worked as a foreign correspondent for Newsweek. He also authored three books. Stockton moved to Santa Barbara
in 1980 where he got involved in the community. Over the years, he was known as a radio personality, a teacher, writer, lecturer,
media hound, political watchdog, and staunch supporter of causes.
Property rights reside with the Santa Barbara Historical Museum. For permissions to reproduce or to publish, please contact
the Head Archivist of the Gledhill Library.
Collection is open for research.