Sounds Historical for Sunday 28 July 2013
8:09 Today in New Zealand History
Mother Church of Auckland - 28 July 1841 foundation stone of St Paul's Church laid. 4'00"
8:16 Song: Medley
Artist: Upper Clutha Pipe Band
Label: NZBS recording. 1'58"
8:20 Advertisement from the 1960s
Who is said to have been the first to use the silver fern as an emblem for New Zealand? Sounds Historical, P.O.Box 329, Dunedin. firstname.lastname@example.org
8:24 The A H Reed Story
The famous publisher, writer and walker tells his story at the age of 96 in conversation with Kevin Mills in Dunedin in 1973, two years before his death. Part Three 9'17"
8:35 Song: Why Do Fools Fall in Love
Artist: Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers
Album: 1000 Original Hits 1956
Label: n/a 2'15"
8:38 Marine Millions
Recovering the gold from the Niagara which sank in 1940. Part Two.
8:57 As I Remember
A Pony Tale by Brian Collins of Wellington.
9:05 As I Remember
Football by Noel Vickridge of Hamilton, read by Phil Smith. 5'09"
9:10 Song: On The Ball
Artist: Woolston Brass Band and Chorus
Label: n/a (78 rpm) 2'15"
Who is said to have been the first to use the silver fern as an emblem for New Zealand?
9:15 Song: Some Enchanted Evening
Artist: Ezio Pinza
Label: n/a 3'00"
9:18 The Beehive Brigade
Austin Mitchell introduces a programme about the workings of Parliament. 13'34"
9:34 Song: Robin Hood
Artist: Dick James
Album 1000 Original Hits 1956
Label: n/a 2'28"
9:37 Commemoration marking the 60th anniversary of the Korean War armistice
Thirty New Zealand veterans of the Korean War are back in Korea this weekend to mark the 60th anniversary of the armistice that brought an uneasy truce between North and South Korea and one that continues today. Andrew McRae reviews New Zealand's role in the war. 18'09"