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8:07 Today in New Zealand History

11 March 1845 The Fall of Kororareka.

8:11 The trademark "Whang" of Otago rugby commentator of the 1940s, Robert MacKenzie

Radio commentator and the voice of the Ranfurly Shield era. "There'll be snow on it when it comes down." "Whang! It's a goal!"

8:12 I Got Plenty o' Nuttin' (Gershwin)

Inia Te Wiata (Starred in 1965 production by NZ Opera Company)

LP Kiwi SLD 42

8:16 As I Remember

The Horowhenua Collection by the Levin Combined Probus Club, Episode  2

Dad, the Water Diviner and the Fix It Man by Ngaire Artz, read by Veronica Allum.

We'll Meet Again (Parker)

Yolande Gibson Janda Classics MJ102

8:23 The earliest surviving recording of "It's In The Bag" - Dannevirke 1955

8:39 Opo the Crazy Dolphin (Murdoch)

Pat McMinn, Bill Langford and Crombie Murdoch Trio

Dixie Danny (Reicher)

Pat McMinn

CD BMG 392832

8:43 Farming a Hundred Years Ago

Thomas Martin recalls the severe winters in South Canterbury during his boyhood.

8:48 John Stannage interviews R Kingsford Smith, brother of the aviator, in Auckland in 1941

9:04 As I Remember

Youth Has Its Way by Cliff Couch, read by Gavin McGinley.

9:06 Glamorous Nights Waltz (Novello)

The Second Time Around Foxtrot (Van Heusen)

Victor Sylvester Orchestra CD Castle KTVCD 001

9:12 Homework

9:14 The School Breakup, a short story by Asquith Thomson, read by Selwyn Toogood

9:31 Abide With Me (Lyte)

Roslyn Mills Kaikorai Band 1968 Conductor John Edgecombe

LP Kiwi SLC 60

9:33 The Story of Northland by A H Reed, including some history of Puhoi

9:47 We Don't Know How Lucky We Are (Dagg)

Fred Dagg 45 EMI Fred's 1

9:50 Nightbeat intro

9:51 Pork commercial

9:52 Travel commercial 1970s

9:53 Goodnight Irene (Ledbetter)

Jo Stafford CD 1950

9:56 South Canterbury Centennial 1959 - army display