Sounds Historical for Sunday 3 October 2010
8:11 Today in New Zealand History
The establishment of Wellington as the capital of New Zealand during 1864.
8:15 The Wellington Trams (Rogers)
Pat Rogers 45 HMV 7EGM 6064
8:21 Anniversary - 1 October 1962
Sir Guy Powles sworn in as the first Ombudsman.
8:24 A 1958 visit to St Margaret's College, Christchurch. Part Five.
Margaret Stokes talks about hostel life; and Miss Edwards talks about St Margaret's College Old Girls. The school choir sings Prayer for Peace; and Miss Crosher the headmistress gives her final thoughts.
8:40 Fings Ain't What They Used to Be (Bart)
Max Bygraves 45 Decca Dec 213
8:45 Donald Bell recalls his life as a deerstalker in the 1930s in a 1968 interview
Battlefields of the New Zealand Wars by David Green
ISBN 978 0 14320 418 3
8:56 Commercial - Let's Go Hoteling
8:57 Blue Smoke (Karaitiana)
Pixie Williams CD BMG 39283
9:06 As I Remember
The Mighty Midnight Express by Bruce Bertram. Read by David Knowles.
Ribbons in my Hair by Rosalie Sneyd
9:17 Wun'erful, Wun'erful (Freberg)
Stan Freberg CD Capitol
Switching on the King Country by Helen Reilly
9:27 Battle of the Waikato (Bilby/Merito)
Howard Morrison Quartet CD BMG 74321 329542
9:30 Ken Douglas interviewed bySharon Crosbie, July 1983
9:40 Book of the Week
Man for All Seasons - the life and times of Ken Douglas by David Grant
ISBN 978 1 86979 389 0
9:56 Anniversary - 1981 2 October
Alusuisse pull out of planned aluminium smelter at Aramoana, Dunedin
9:58 God Defend New Zealand
Berlin Staatskapelle Orchestra conducted by Siegfried Kurz at the Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington, on March 20, 1986.