Sounds Historical for Sunday 15 November 2009
15 November 2009
8:10 Today In New Zealand History
New Zealand's first daily paper the Otago Daily Times founded 15 November 1861.
8:16 Extract from 1948 broadcast from the Radio Theatre Auckland
The Les Hawkins Dance Band with vocalist Mavis Rivers - It Seems Like Old Times
8:21 From the Back Country
The Bryson sisters recall working at the Woodville railway refreshment rooms. Part One.
8:38 Ain't No More Cane on This Brazos
Picasso Trio - from Timaru farewell concert 29 January 1969
8:44 Warren Birch recalls his working life in the motor trade industry in conversation with Rob Webb.
8:56 Beaufighters (Johnstone)
1953 National Band of New Zealand CD Atoll 502
9:05 As I Remember
Advance PQRTY BY Brant Robinson of Taradale.
9:11 Mike McPhee talks about his new book on sailing ship history "Catlins Bound" and plays songs from a new CD by the Maritime Crew.
Catlins Bound by Mike McPhee
29 Catlins Valley Rd, RD2 Owaka
ISBN 978 0 473 15461 5
9:25 Poetry search winners
9:27 New Zealand Building History by Nigel Isaacs
Part One: Moving Buildings
9:35 The Man of The Flying Trapeze (O'Keefe)
Tex Morton CD Festival D 25364
9:39 Book of the Week
In The Paddock and On the Run: The Language of Rural New Zealand by Dianne Bardsley
Otago University Press