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Sounds Historical for Sunday 9 November 2008

8:08 Intro

8:10 Angelique (Halford)

Neville Chamberlain
45 HMV 154

8:14 Today in New Zealand history

The wreck of the Elingamite, this day in 1902

8:19 Nigel Isaacs on New Zealand's building history

Episode 1 - Flickering lamps
The Old Lamplighter of Long Ago (Tobias)
Sammy Kaye and his orchestra with Billy Williams (vocal)
LP RCA 9864

8:32 Come Back to Sorrento (de Curtis)

Ann Holmes, Wurlitzer organ
Civic Theatre, Auckland

8:35 A sound life.

Peter Downes remembers his sixty years in radio production. Part 7.

9:00 News

9:05 As I remember

The Week that Was. Ep 1. Monday - Wash Day, written by Judith Tait and read by Alison Lloyd Davies.

9:09 Chinese Laundry Blues (Cottrell)

George Formby
LP Proper 140
CD Tk 2

9:14 Homework

Your favourite piece of New Zealand music.

9:15 Bookshelf: Great New Zealand Railway Journeys

Graham Hutchins

9:18 Douglas Cresswell visits the West Coast coal fields in the 1950s.

Part Two.

9:28 Tangihia

Amokura Cultural Performers

9:35 Book of the Week: Love Me Tender

Jim Sullivan talks to Max Cryer about "Now is the Hour", the only New Zealand song in his collection of "the world's favourite songs."
Max Cryer
ISBN 978-1-921497-02-5