Sounds Historical for Sunday 11 July 2010
8:09 Today in New Zealand History
The story of Wellington politician, William Waring Taylor.
8:16 Waltzing Matilda (Paterson)
Stewart Harvey LP Festival FGL12 995
8:20 Avonside Girls High School Part One
Freddie Hyde briefly describes the school; and the head mistress, Miss B. F. Townsend, gives a more detailed history of the school. The school song is performed; the Vocational Advisor, Miss Herbison, talks about her role at Avonside Girls; and both the librarian, Miss Oliver, and a student, Marie, talk generally about the library.
1. In 1994 what was moved at a cost of $2.4 million dollars to make way for the Museum of New Zealand in Wellington?
2. What group is said to have been given the nickname The Red Tribe by Maori
8:37 If I Can Help Somebody (Anrozzo)
Mary Pratt 45 Kiwi EA 63
8:42 Ex-Governor General Lord Bledisloe broadcasts during a 1947 visit to New Zealand
8:49 The Stable Lad (Cape/Garland)
Phil Garland CD Kiwi SLC 255
8:55 As I Remember Archive
Auckland Before the Harbour Bridge by Jamie Farquharson, read by Prue Lamgbein.
8:58 Radio Commercial for Sunday News - mid 1980s.
8:59 Lucky Me (Black)
Radio New Zealand Orchestra LP Tartar TRL 005
9:08 As I Remember
Playing Against the Wind Part 5, written and read by Neville Martin
9:16 The Kingston Flyer (Spittle)
Mike Harding CD NZ 2000
9:19 Homework for July
9:23 Book of the Week
Freed to Care: Proud to Nurse - 100 Years of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation by Mary Ellen O'Connor
Published by Steele Roberts
ISBN 978 1877 461194
9:37 In Search of A Moose (Parsons)
Rosy Parsons CD
9:44 Joan Loeber who began nursing training in 1934 recalls her career in conversation with Jack Perkins. Part 2.
9:59 The Rose (McBroom)
Radio New Zealand Orchestra LP Tartar TRL 006