Sounds Historical for Sunday 6 April 2008
Sounds Historical Sunday 6 April 2008
8:09 Today In New Zealand History - The Old Soldiers' Governor
Lord Ranfurly as Governor - appointed 6 April 1897
8:18 Petite Fleur
Howick-citing Quartet RNZ CD 2'44"
8:22 Wahine Disaster 40 years ago.
Jim Sullivan talks to Shirley Hick who lost three children in the sinking.
8:42 The Wahine Disaster
NZSA recording of Philipa Patterson and Hilary Sutton from Dunedin. Recorded 22 May 1969.
8:49 April Fools Day
Broadcast from 1ZB 1 April 1946
9:06 As I Remember
The Rimutaka Incline by Jim Wilkinson of Fielding
9:11 Only You (Ram)
45 Peak OK 108/A
9:13 Lyttelton story - Nancy Norton
9:14 Haere Mai
CD BMG 74521 39283
9:21 Sir Geoffrey Cox
Geoffrey Cox reports from Crete after the battles and then a report from a visit to Crete at the end of the war read by NBS announcer. Sir Geoffrey Cox died in England on 2 April, aged 97 12'37"
9:37 Steal Away
Tauranga Girls College Choir
9:40 Book: Settlers. - New ZealandImmigrants fromEngland,IrelandandScotland. 1800-1945 by Jock Phillips and Terry Hearn.
Jim Sullivan talks to co-author Terry Hearn about researches into the origins of New Zealand settlers.
Published by Auckland University Press.