BERLOW, Alan. American, b. 1950. Genres: Documentaries/Reportage. Career: Reporter, National Public Radio, 1979-89; freelance writer, 1989-. Publications: NONFICTION: Dead Season: A Story of Murder and Revenge on the Philippine Island of Negros, 1996. SOUND RECORDINGS FOR NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO (NPR): Genetic Screening/Genetic Engineering, July 27, 1981; Watergate, Ten Years After, June 22, 1982; Vietnam Veterans in the Wake of War, November, 1982; Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Dedication, November 13, 1982; Reagan Administration Nuclear Weapons Policies, Parts I-V, March, 1983; The Hotel Intrigue: The United States and Human Rights in Honduras, April 22, 1984; Mexico City Earthquake, October 8, 1985; The Philippines, 1986; Davao City, Philippines: Laboratory for a Revolution, February 4, 1986; New Hope for Philippine Democracy, September 18, 1986; The New People's Army on Negros, February, 1987; Land Reform in the Philippines, April 14-15, 1987; Cambodia Ten Years after "Liberation", December 17, 1988; The War against Rangoon, 1989; and others. Address: 9 East Melrose St., Chevy Chase, MD 20815, U.S.A.