Sounds Historical for Sunday 30 September 2012
8:13 Today in New Zealand History
The Triumph of Summer Time 30 September 1927 4'28"
8:20 I Love You Because
Esme Stephens with Julian Lee's piano and rhythm CD Zodiac 005 2'40"
8:25 Mary Anderson remembers her life as a political activist on the West Coast
Part 3 5'31"
8:32 Don't You Know Yokomo
Dinah Lee CD EMI 4710582 2'31"
8:37 Peter Downes recalls the NZBS variety show Intimate Review which starred Alan Dunford who died last week 13'22"
8:51 As I Remember
Wartime Cobar Incident at Rona Bay by Anne Richards of Milford, Auckland.
8:54 New Zealand Building History: Robert Vale with Episode 8 - Learning to Build
Talking about building toys, making the point that while real buildings are designed to be permanent and unalterable. toy building sets have to be used in many different ways: 4'46"
8:06 As I Remember
Hawera Days - written and read by John Terris.
Part one. 5'58"
9:15 Hawera Main School Choir with two items recorded by the Mobile Unit in the mid-1940s
A Place called Moonlight by Trevor Johnston
ISBN 978 0 473 19924 1
John Lazar by Doug Stapleton
ISBN 978 0 473 21635 1
9:22 The Hamilton Citizens' Band
The Hamilton Citizens' Band plays a selection from the New World Symphony (Dvorak) with which they took first place in the D Grade Test Selection at the New Zealand Brass Band Championships in Auckland in 1955. 12'30"
9:36 Building History
Moving Houses by Nigel Isaacs 6'40
9:43 Book of the Week
Mighty Moves: Heavy Haulage and House Moving in New Zealand by Bee Dawson
ISBN 9781927 158050 15'22