Sounds Historical for Sunday 30 November 2008
Sound Historical Rundown Sunday 30 November 2008
8:09 Today in New Zealand History
Discovery of the Chatham Islands 1791
8:14 Aotearoa (The Land of the Long White Cloud) (Goodwin)
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
LP EMI 434 649
The Mock Funeral - a novel of the Irish Riots on the Goldfields of New Zealand by David McGill
Published by Silver Owl Press
Diggers, Hatters and Whores - the Story of the New Zealand Gold Rushes by Stevan Eldred-Grigg
Published by Random House ISBN 978-1-86941-925-7
8:22 The History of Building in New Zealand by Nigel Isaacs
Part 4 - The Changing Shape of Window Glass.
When I'm Cleaning Windows (Formby)
George Formby LP Hallmark
8:32 A Sound Life
Peter Downes remembers his sixty years in radio production. Episode 10.
9:06 As I Remember
The Week that Was, Episode 4. Thursday, Chup and Sharkey. Read by Alison Lloyd Davies.
9:11 Fish and Chips
Paul Nicholas and Company First Night
OCRCD 6009 3'57"
9:16 Interview with retiring Sounds Historical producer Alison Lloyd Davies.
The Auld Scots Sangs (Bethune)
Ernest McKinlay 78 Columbia 01552
9:32 As I Remember
Philip Kenning "Shorty" Fowler recalls his Wellington - Nelson flight on 11 November 1921. Interviewed by Bob Irvine in Palmerston North.
9:39 Book of the Week: Freedom to Read. A Centennial History of Dunedin Public Library By Mary Ronnie
Jim Sullivan talks to Mary Ronnie about the history of the Dunedin Public Library.
Dunedin Public Libraries