Sounds Historical for Sunday 12 February 2012
8:08 Today in New Zealand History.
The wreck of the Penguin 1909.
8:15 Orpheus (Sunde)
The Maritime Crew - solo John Walton CD Manu 2016
7 February 1863 - HMS Orpheus carrying troops was wrecked on the bar of Manukau habour - only 71 survived of 251 men aboard.
8:21 As I Remember stories by Noel Vickridge.
Part 3, The Pilot of the Port of Waimakariri, read by Phil Smith.
8:28 Memories of Breaking the Codes at Bletchley park during the Second World War
Part Two. Jean Sampson of Eastbourne in conversation with Jack Perkins.
8:37 The Dambusters March (Coates)
Band of the NZ Army 1981 LP Music World MALPS 575
8:42 The Sanatarium factory in Christchurch has stopped production because of earthquake damage
The company began its New Zealand operation in Christchurch and tonight we explore some Sanatarium history. A 1996 item recorded to mark 100 years in New Zealand.
8:49 Daisy Bell (Harry Dacre)
78 Regal Zono G 20854 2'52"
8:51 Memories of champion cyclist Phil O'Shea - interviewed by Arnold Wall
9:05 As I Remember - The Doctor's Car by Adam Coxon of Lower Hutt read by Phil Smith. 2'27"
9:10 Play a Simple Melody (Berlin)
Tawa Dawn Chorus CD 2'08"
9:13 As I Remember - Operation Deepfreeze at Taieri Airport by Alan McGreevy of Mandeville North Kaiapoi 2'55"
9:17 Il mio Tesoro (Mozart) Don Giovanni
Keith Lewis CD Kiwi SLD 82
9:22 The early years of the New Zealand Opera Company in the 1950s recalled by Donald Monro in conversation with Adrienne Smith. Part Two. 10'27"
9:36 I'd Do Anything (Bart)
Max Cryer and the Children LP Zodiac ZLP 1029
9:39 The weekend is the 50th anniversary of an air disaster has been marked at Weedons near Christchurch
Richard Waugh tells of the tragedy in which a sightseeing plane with five people on board went missing during a trip to Milford Sound.
9:46 Click Go the Shears/Side by Side - Gay Gordons Medley
Allan Gardiner Accordian Band 1974 LP EMI SLZ 8495
9:49 Prime Minister Walter Nash opens a parade of homes in Timaru during South Canterbury centennial celebrations in 1959