Sounds Historical for Sunday 31 October 2010
8:10 Today in New Zealand History
The abolition of provincial government during 1876.
8:15 Anniversary - 29 October 1894
The wreck of the Wairarapa
8:18 Jesu Lover of My Soul (Wesley/Parry)
A Bob Both Ways: Celebrating 100 Years of Naylor Love by Rosemarie Patterson
ISBN 978 0473 166 809
8:27 Obituary for broadcaster Keith Bracey who died on Friday 29th October
Extracts from his royal tour commentary as the royal yacht arrives in Auckland, December 1953.
8:41 Singing The Blues, number 1 in 1956
Guy Mitchell RNZ CD
8:43 Oliver Duff, A Portrait From Life, a biographical interview with Oliver Duff
Part 1: He discusses his "hobby farm", writing, Waitahuna Gully childhood in Central Otago, mixed community with Germans and Irish, religious tolerance, hard times breaking in a farm, biblical upbringing, schooling, sheep station work. 14 June 1955.
9:08 As I Remember
What Children Can Do by Mary Smeaton, read by Carol Davidson.
Battle of Bethshea - 31 October 1917
9:17 The Wedding of Lili Marlene (Connor)
Anne Shelton CD
Patearoa Station by Jim Sullivan
ISBN 978 047316156 9
9:22 Insight. 1992, Restaurants
Extracts from an Insight documentary on changing trends in the New Zealand restaurant industry. Producer and presenter: Debra Harrington Talent: Mary Seddon, early restaurant owner; Michael Guy, food and restaurant critic; Lois Daish, cook and author; Tony Astle, Antoine's restaurant in Parnell; Des Britten Baxter Fadden, Baxter's restaurant.
First Broadcast 22 November 1992.
9:38 Puha and Pakeha (Derrett)
Rod Derrett LP HMV CSDM 6262
9:43 Book of the Week
Dining Out - A History of the Restaurant in New Zealand by Perrin Rowland
Auckland University Press
ISBN 978 1 86940 464 2
9:57 Its Only a Paper Moon
Beny Goodman RNZ CD