Sounds Historical for Sunday 7 June 2009
8:09 A trip on the replica RM4 railcar at Pleasant Point Railway Museum with Russell Paul
8:18 Waitemata Harbour (Willow Macky)
The Mariners 45 Kiwi EA 59
8:23 Today in New Zealand History
New Zealand's first Rhodes Scholar James Allan Thomson, chosen 1904, 7 June.
8:29 From the Back Country
Mick Olivier with more memories of his days in Kaikoura.
8:45 The Blue Velvet Band (Hank Snow)
Garner Wayne and the Saddle Pals 45 Viking VE 139
8:50 Last news bulletin ready by Ernest Le Grove
8:55 An 1857 Tour of the Nelson Goldfields
J L B in the Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle
9:07 As I Remember
The New Car by Sheila Armstrong of Hamilton, read by Prue Langbein.
9:23 Winter In Central Otago (McKee Wright)
The Dunstan Trio 45 Broadway BREP 3
9:28 Honey Be My Honey Bee
Peter Posa (guitar) 45 Viking 126
9:31 Tom Spiller continues his story of serving in the Spanish Civil War, in London taking part in marches and being refused a passport by New Zealand government, he and a mate decided to get to Spain by leaving England
9:41 Book of the Week:
Kiwi Companeros- New Zealand and the Spanish Civil War.
Edited by Mark Derby
Canterbury University Press ISBN978 1877257-71-1
Jim Sullivan talks to Mark Derby, editor of book examining the involvement of New Zealanders in The Spanish Civil War.