4 Mar 2021

The history of an ‘upside-down country

From Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan, 3:26 pm on 4 March 2021

There are many traditions, events and customs in New Zealand that seem ‘upside-down’. Why do we have winter meals at Christmas time and celebrate spring festivals in autumn? Our regular historian, Grant Morris says this only makes sense when we examine our history. It also helps us to explore the nature of Pakeha NZ culture and raises questions about how robust that culture is in 2021

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