Nights for Wednesday 22 June 2011
7:10 Sound Of New Zealand: 100 Years Of Radio
Spectrum's Jack Perkins recalls moments from the last century that have changed radio and also how radio has changed New Zealand. Tonight: Te Reo On Air: Māori radio and short wave service to Pacific.
7:30 At the Movies
Films and movie business with Simon Morris.
8:00 News & Weather
8:15 Windows on the World
International public radio documentaries - visit the Windows on the World web page to find links to these documentaries.
8:40 Arts: Kiwi Pop History
Music historian and author of Blue Smoke: The Lost Dawn of New Zealand Popular Music 1918-1964 Chris Bourke puts the needle on long-forgotten locally produced 45s... one of the world's great female jazz singers, Mavis Rivers, born in Western Samoa.
Song: Why Do I Love You?
Artist: Mavis Rivers with Derek Heine Quintet
Album: Archive NZBS recording from 1940s
Song: How High the Moon
Artist: Mavis Rivers with Mark Kahi
Album: 1950 Auckland Jazz Concert
Composer: Nancy Hamilton/Morgan Lewis
Label: Ode SODET 467 cassette
Track: All of Me
Artist: Mavis Rivers with the George Campbell Trio
78rpm disc: Stebbing S125
Song: There'll Be Some Changes Made
Artist: Mavis Rivers with the Red Norvo Trio
Album: We Remember Mildred Bailey
Label: Veejay 284101
9:00 News & Weather
9:06 The Wednesday Drama: Garrison Keillor's Radio Show
Highlights from A Prairie Home Companion (PHP)
10:00 News & Weather
10:17 Late Edition
11:00 News & Weather
11:06 Jazz Footprints
Colette Jansen introduces the music of past, present and future jazz greats.