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Sounds Historical Sunday 2 March 2008

8:10 Today In New Zealand History - A Martyred Missionary

2 March 1865 - Maori hang Anglican missionary Carl Volkner at Opotiki.

8:16 William Tell Overture (Rossini/Jones)

Spike Jones and City Slickers

8:23 Jack Harker

Jack Harker is a naval historian died on 8 February in Auckland. Many fine books about New Zealand naval history and when Jim Sullivan talked to him a few years ago he wondered if his naval interest had begun as a child - not surprisingly Lyttelton was part of his early stamping ground.

8:37 Let The Bright Seraphim (Handel)

Kiri Te Kanawa and Choir of St Paul's Cathedral
CD Philips 412 629

8:44 Captain Jack

John Mackie talks to Jim Sullivan about his experience as prisoner of war of the Japanese during the Second World War.

9:00 News

9:04 As I Remember 1 -

1930s Memory - Athol Eaton/Adam Macaulay

9:08 As I Remember 2 -

Dorothy Ross - Ed Hillary memories/Jim Sullivan

9:10 In The Morning (Nalder/Garland)

Phil Garland
CD Kiwi SLC 239

9: 13 As I Remember 2

Our Wireless - Mary Matthews/Alison Lloyd Davies

9:18 A Bushman Can't Survive (Williamson)

Ben McDonald
Private CD

9:24 Bookshelf: The New Zealand Family from 1840

Ian Pool et al
Auckland University Press
ISBN 1-86940-357-6

9:25 Book: Sylvia by Lynley Hood

Jim Sullivan talks to Lynley Hood, author of the biography of Sylvia Ashton-Warner.
ISBN 978-0-14-300883-5

9:37 Sylvia Ashton-Warner

Interviewed by Sharon Crosbie in 1980, just four years before her death. She explains her reading education methods

9:52 The Laughing Policeman (Grey)

Charles Penrose 1926

9:56 Letter: Family history - Lily Taylor, Auckland.

10:00 News