Sounds Historical for Sunday 8 March 2009
Sounds Historical for 8 March 2009
8:08: Today in New Zealand History
Anti-Fenian Uprest on the West Coast, 8 March 1868 4'41"
8:14 Yesterday When I Was Young (Kretzmer)
Suzanne CD EMI 533 925 2'53"
Ivan Clulee recalls his lifetime as a post office worker and his project to record the history of hundreds of closed post offices. Part One. His books published by the Postal History Society of New Zealand, P.O.Box 99-673, Newmarket, Auckland.
8:36 Imperial Echoes
Central Band of the RNZAF RNZ CD
8:41 Scenes That Are Brightest by Ray Copland
Episode 5. Peter Sledmere reads from the novel following the story of the Collard family and the production of the opera Maritana in Napier in 1928.
8:52 Letter - Dunedin Operatic
8:55 Little Old Softie (Matteson)
The Bid Band Revival CD Wairarapa on CD 001
9 pm News
9:08 As I Remember
Lizzie Goes to Tokaanu by Ken Gregory of Lower Hutt and read by Phil Smith.
9:14 Robbie Burns Medley
W G Simpson (poetry reading) and Robin Gordon (Otago-born) (songs) from 45 Kiwi MSM 1
9:26 The Stable Lad (Cape)
Brent Morrissey CD
9:31 Book of the Week: The Merry Marauders By Arthur J Rees
Jim Sullivan talks to Lisa Marr of Otago University about the New Zealand Colonial Texts project of which The Merry Marauders is the first publication.
Otago University Department of English
P.O.Box 56 Dunedin
9:57 Milford Sound (Goodwin)
NZSO CD EMI 434 649