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Sounds Historical for 22 March 2009

8:09 Today in New Zealand History

The gift of a battle cruiser HMS New Zealand to the Royal Navy

8:14 Theme From The Cockleshell Heroes (F V Dunn)

Band of the Royal New Zealand Navy

8:20 From the Back Country

Heather St Clair Newman (nee Smith) shares memories of her time in the remote Nevis Valley in Central Otago where she and her husband ran the Nevis pub from 1946 to 1951. Part One.

8:34 Homework

8:35 Hine E Hine

Ana Hato and Deane Waretini, recorded Sydney 1928.
CD Kiwi SLC 242

8:40 David Tinkham monologue Blame the Name written in 1957 broadcast in National Programme in 1957

With pianist Peter Averi.

8:42 Scenes That Are Brightest by Ray Copland

Episode 7

Peter Sledmere reads from the novel following the story of the Collard family and the production of the opera Maritana in Napier in 1928.

8:59 Tahitian Skies (Flacke)

Gray Bartlett
CD Festival D 30706

9:08 As I Remember

Pingpongathon Pays for School Trip by Jim Wilkinson of Fielding.

Read by David Knowles

9:14 Manapouri (Lynch)

Kevin Lynch
Carob PR 555

9:19 Homework

9:20 Father Bernie Hehir Remembers

Karori Catholic priest Bernie Hair recalls his lifetime in an interview with Rob Webb.

9:28 Ballad of Millie Hall (Lynch)

Stig Eldred
CD Rush 001

9:34 As I Remember

Digging For Victory by Cliff Couch of Paraparaumu.

Read by Gavin McGinley.

9:38 Book of the Week

Field Punishment No. 1 - Archibald Baxter, Mark Briggs and New Zealand's anti-militarist tradition.
By David Grant.
Steele Roberts ISBN9 781877 448461

9:55 Shine Through My Dreams (Ivor Novello)

North Shore Ladies Choir

9:58 Homecoming Anthem (Dybka)

Gray Bartlett
CD Festival D 30706