Sounds Historical for Sunday 11 May 2008
Sounds Historical for 11 May 2008
8:10 Today in New Zealand History
11 May, 1927 - first New Zealand cricket appearance at Lords.
8:16 Lorna Longford and the Bainham store, Golden Bay.
A 1980s item about her Post Office agency closing - interview with Geoff Robinson.
8:25 Wrap Up Your Troubles In A Dream CD
PEAK PS 102
8:29 Vintage Railway
Colin Smith describes the work of building a vintage railway at Mandeville near Gore. With effects of a KB loco.
8:41 The Whitebait Fishers Part III - an opera by Alwyn Owen.
9:08 As I Remember
A Phonophobe's Story by Sheila Natusch read by Alison Lloyd Davies
9:17 The Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo (Coburn)
Charles Coburn(recorded 1904)
CD PEARL GEMM 9475
April winners and May Questions + Mystery Sounds
Terry Smith talks about his campaign to have a statue of New Zealander Sir Keith Park erected in Trafalgar Square, London.
9:40 Pauline Ashby
Korean War entertainer - including The Best Dressed Man In Town
9:49 From the Back Country