Sounds Historical for Sunday 3 July 2011
8:12 Today in New Zealand History - New Zealand's First Woman Doctor
Emily Siedeberg graduated on July 3 1896 from the University of Otago.
8:36 I'm The Man Who's Deputising For the Bull (Eric Sykes)
78 Columbia DB 2694
8:41 Obituary for Rosalie Carey
Rosalie Carey, who with her husband Patric, founded Dunedin's Globe Theatre in 1961. She died in Whangarei during the week. Here Irish-born Patric Carey, who died five years ago, recalls the theatre's relationship with James K Baxter, and Jim Sullivan talks to Rosalie Carey at the GlobeTheatre at the time of the publication of her book, A Theatre in the House, in 1999.
9:11 As I Remember - Fire by Frank Shepherd
Read by Duncan Smith
9:21 Scottish Medley
Hawera Highland Pipe Band
A New Zealander became Prime Minister of Rhodesia and another New Zealander was Premier of Queensland %u2013 what were their names?
9:25 Fireman Stewart Walker recalls 60 years of fire fighting in Upper Hutt - Part 1
9:40 Sweet Georgia Brown (Casey)
Hughie Gordon (tin whistle) CD BMG 39383
9:44 Book of the Week
The Medicine of The Future. A History of the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, University of Otago, 1886-2011 by Warwick Brunton.
P.O. Box 913, Dunedin
ISBN 978 0 473 18254 0