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Sounds Historical for Sunday 29 June 2008

8:08 Introduction

8:13 Mad Dogs and Englishmen (Coward)

Oswald Cheeseman Singers - solo Bill Johnson

8:16 Today in New Zealand History

The Wreck of the "White Swan" 29 June 1862

8:24 Homework

8:27 From the Back Country

Matt Devlin tells of his time as a hydatids officer on the West Coast 1960-76

8:39 Hard Oil ( Dawson )

Grant Dawson
Rowan TC 003

8:44 The Sisters of Katherine Mansfield.

Owen Leeming talks to Vera, Charlotte and Jeanne in London in 1962. Part Two.

8:51 The Preacher and the Bear

Oswald Cheeseman Singers with Bill Johnson.

8:53 As I Remember

Coalmining in the 1950s by Damien Shutt, read by Gavin McGinley.

9:00 News

9:08 As I Remember

Gold Fever by Murray Henderson, read by David Knowles.

9:14 The Golden Lure (Parks/Tohill)

Private CD

9:17 As I Remember

Birdlings Flat by Angus McKinnon read by Jim Sullivan

9:20 Homework

9:23 The Mad Farmer

A comedy item by John Clarke and Paul Holmes from the 1974 New Year's Eve commercial network programme.

9:29 Sea of Heartbreak (Gibson)

Ken Lemon
LP Viking VP 172 CS
Born England about 1945, popular around Auckland from 1960s, music backing by Mike Perjaniik and vocal backing by the Chicks.

9:32 Sullivan's Century 1971 - read by Wayne Mowat

L'Amour est l'enfant de la Liberte

9:40 Gonna Fly Now (Connors)

New Zealand Army Band

9:43 Captain Charles: Engineer of Charity by Stephen Utick

Jim Sullivan talks to the author about his biography of Charles O'Neill the founder of the St Vincent de Paul Society in New Zealand and Australia., published by Allen & Unwin.