Sounds Historical for Sunday 4 April 2010
8:10 Today in New Zealand History
The life of Moses Wilson Grey.
8:09 The Theme from The Endless Summer (Blakeley)
The Silhouettes CD EMI 578619
8:13 Prime Minister Sir John Marshall tells his own story.
Recorded in 1974 Part Two
8:30 Deep Harmony (Handel Parker)
Te Aroha Municipal Band
8:38 Sullivan's Century
Headlines of 1953 read by Irene Strong
8:40 How Much Is That Doggie in the Window?
Patti Page CD Polystar Hit 1
8:45 The Story of Malvern in Canterbury (Recorded in 1950)
Part One - Introduced by Bernard Smyth 10'33""
8:53 Tides of Reason (Barrie)
Those Stubborn Stains RNZ CD 3584
9:02 As I Remember
The Blue Jelly Shoe by Alison Rudd of Dunedin, read by Lucy Orbell.
9:08 The Wes Faulkner dance band
Recorded at Burns Hall, Dunedin, in the 1940s or 1950s. 7'45"
9:18 Opening of station 1ZU Taumarunui
The station closed 31 March 2010.
8:23 Taumarunui (Cape)
Bush Fire with Mike Moore 45 Tartar TR 017
8:29 The story of the Wellington-Manawatu Railway
Part Two 24'36"
8:52 As I Remember Archive
The Ketch Aoma by Winston Hawke, read by David Knowles.
8:55 Milford Sound (Goodwin)
NZSO CD EMI 434 649