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January 18 2009, Programme Four

20:08 - Today in New Zealand History

Pioneer dairy factory at Edendale 1882.

20:16 The Maritime Crew: A Roving

Private CD

20:19 - The Seafarers

Nick Rosenberg on the trans-Tasman shipping service in the early 1990s. Part 3

20:43 F Colin Wood: Glorious Devon (German)


20:46 As I Remember

Geologist and surveyor Professor John Mackie talks to Jim Sullivan about his life and times. Part 3.

20:56 Starlight Rendezvous - Louis Voss and his orchestra (Essex)

CD Guild GLCD 5112

21:07 As I Remember

A Whiff of the Past by Margaret Joyce Beumelburg, read by Alison Lloyd Davies.

21:13 Mataura Kilties Pipe Band: Sailing (Stewart)

Private CD

21:17 Feature Interview

Eileen Marshal of Wanaka, daughter of 1930s MP Alf Ansell, talks to Jim Sullivan about her wartime work as a taxi driver.

21:28 The Noveltones -Seven Lonely Nights/You Will Never Grow Old

Private CD

21:33 From Poverty Bay to Broadway: the story of Tom Heeney by Lydia Monin

Jim Sullivan talks to the author Lydia Monin and we hear extracts from an interview recorded by Tom Heeney in New Zealand in the late 1940s.
Hodder Moa
ISBN 978-1-86971-125-2

20:56 Acquaviva and his orchestra: Beyond The Next Hill (Haymes)

CD Guild GLCD 5112