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8:10 Today in New Zealand History – 10 March 1869

New Zealand Cross announced.


8:17 Artist: George Formby

Song: Our Sergeant Major

Comp: Not stated

Album: 743515

Label: Rajon

Dur: 2’47”

8:21 New Zealand’s only prisoner of war in the Korean War was Gunner Graeme Garland

In this recording he and his family are interviewed on his return from Korea on 23 August 1953.       


8:34 Homework

8:36 The Story of a “forgotten” poet – Ernest Eyre


8:45 Artist: Rude Sunde with Stefan and Jordan Clist

Song: Danger Reef

Comp: Sunde

Dur: 3’30”

8:51 Jim Henderson and the story of the bulldozer on the West Coast


9:06 As I Remember

The Place We Called Home by Cliff Couch of Paraparaumu, read by Damon Taylor.       


9:13 As I Remember Archive

Banking on the Buses by Graham Moore, read by Roger Smith. First broadcast August 2008.      


9:17 Artist: Ngati Poneke Young Maori Club

Song: Ko Tenei Te Po

Comp: Not stated

Album: 701

Label: Atoll

Dur: 2’24”

9:20 Homework

9:22 Prisoner of war of the Japanese and later well-known cartoonist Sid Scales describes his wartime experiences

Part One      


9:36 Artist: Monte Ray and Joe Loss and Orch

Song: There’ll Always Be An Angel in England

Comp: Not stated

Album: 743515

Label: Rajon

Dur: 3’02”

 9:40 Historian Keith Scott discusses his research into the industrial schools of the 19th and early 20th century