Sounds Historical for Sunday 18 September 2011
8:11 Today in New Zealand History
Salvation Army's battle in Milton 18 September 1893
8:18 Rugby Football (Andrews)
Les Andrews CASS ODE 333
1. Who is speaking and about what incident is he talking about?
2. In the great days of the cinema - say from the 1930s to the 1960s there were two big nationwide theatre chains - what were their names?
8:25 Ernest Le Grove newsreader of the 1950s and 1960s (1964)
8:31 A Fellow with a Fiddle (Spittle/McMillan)
Dusty Spittle CD
8:37 Maureen Telford, then 18, recalls her experience during the Ballantyne's fire in Christchurch on November 18 1947
8:51 Rugby Songs with Max Cryer - Part 3
The Feat of Fantastic Fergie (Pryme)
Lew Pryme CD
The Ballad of Fergie McCormick (Turner)
Marcus Turner LP Cityfolk CFR 007
9:07 As I Remember
Mother's Medicine Chest by Robin Shepherd of Kaitaia, read by Ryan Smith.
9:13 Sunshine CD
Danielle Rana with All Blacks Rodney So'oialo and Neema Tialata
9:20 The Great Nor Wester
Roger Lisby CD
9:26 Keep Right on to the End of the Road (Lauder)
Harry Lauder (1924) CD
9:31 Apple Song (Perrin)
David Wood CD
9:34 Rawene Boys (Calder)
Julie Collier CD EMI CDP 791478 CS
From her 1988 album The Coming Of Age.
First War emeorila imposing tower - memorial at church lists 84 names
9:38 Historian Ian McGibbon describes work being done at Gallipoli by historians and others in the lead up to 2015
9:54 "Ned Dunne"
A New Zealand poem of the 1890s written by Hamilton Thompson and read by Nadoo Balantine-Scott.