Sounds Historical for Sunday 13 November 2011
8:09 Today in New Zealand History
Governor-General Onslow’s child born 13 November 1890 and named Huia.
8:16 McKenzie (Collier)
Julie Collier CD EMI CDP 791478
8:23 Cartoonist Garrick Tremain recalls his working life
8:41 Busy Line (Semos/Stanton)
The Knaves CD BMG 39283 A November 1882 description of the great new wonder – a telephone exchange in Dunedin, then the country’s largest — 129 years ago.
8:51 The Cobbler’s Song from Chu Chin Chow
Inia Te Wiata CD Columbia 475545 2
8:55 As I Remember
Making shoes and having fun in Hamilton in the old days by Allan Pike.
8:59 Soundtrack from 1970s promotional film or tourist industry
9:08 As I Remember
Hedge Cutters to Hockey Sticks written and read by Darryl Ware.
9:13 Happy Days Medley
Kokatahi Band CD Kiwi SLC 274
The Streets of Timaru by Jack Hamilton and Keith Bartholemew.
Timaru District Council
ISBN 978 0 473 19180 1
The Radical, the Reactionary and the Canterbury Society of Arts 1880-1996 by Warren Feeney
Canterbury University Press
ISBN 978 1 877257 94 0
9:22 Director of the Nelson Museum, Peter Millward, discusses the role of museums
9:41 The Glory of Love (Hill)
Howard Morrison Quartet CD BMG 39283
9:44 Book of the Week
Love at the End of the Road by Rae Roadley
ISBN 9780143 566755