Sounds Historical for Sunday 21 June 2009
21 June 2009
8:10 Today in New Zealand History
The lives of Mary Ann Stuart (Lady Barker) and her husband. Frederick Napier Broome, married 21 June 1865.
8:18 The story of John Prouse the first New Zealander to record a gramophone record, 9 June 1905
8:28 As I Remember
My Mother's Fire Story by Pat Cummins, read by Sonia Yee
8:33 Yorky's Run (McMillan/Garland)
Phil Garland CD Kiwi SLC 200
8:38 Bessie Pearson recalls her girlhood in Naseby in the 1920s
8:54 The All Blacks (Hiscocks/Chandler)
Peter Winder with pianist Dayle Anderson and chorus from Maria Winder and David Wood RNZ CD
9:06 As I Remember
Looking for a Job by Sheila Armstrong, read by Prue Langbein.
9:18 Howie the Maori (Stevens/Mogull)
Howard Morrison CD BMG 74321 329542
9:27 Footprints of History
Samuel Butler and Andrew Sinclair
9:32 Book of the Week:
Capturing Port: D A Maus Photography, music and contemporary spirit in nineteenth century Port Chalmers.
Ian Church and Jennifer Henderson
Port Chalmers Museum
3 Beach St, Port Chalmers, Dunedin
Includes a CD of De Maus songs with three used here - God Defend New Zealand, I'm On the Committee, and Union Steamship Co sung by Claire Barton (soprano) with pianist Vivienne McLean.