Sounds Historical

Sunday 13 April 2014, with Jim Sullivan

Audio from Sunday 13 April 2014

Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.

  • Sounds Historical Hour One - 13 April 2014 ( 54′ 11″ )

    20:05 Sounds Historical with Jim Sullivan gives listeners the chance to learn about the colourful,dramatic, and often remarkable events and people of New Zealand's past. 8pm to 9pm

  • Sounds Historical Hour Two - 13 April 2014 ( 56′ 22″ )

    21:05 Sounds Historical with Jim Sullivan gives listeners the chance to learn about the colourful,dramatic, and often remarkable events and people of New Zealand's past. 9pm to 10pm

8:09 Today in New Zealand History 4’20”

Artist Dorothy Richmond died 13 April 1935.

8:14 Song: Arioso 3’31”

Artist: Hamilton Civic Orchestra 1946
Composer: Bach
Album: Sound Archives
Label: N/A                                

8:18 Homework – From which Olympic event does this commentary come?

Which of these prime ministers did not serve overseas with the army – Robert Muldoon, Bill Rowling, Keith Holyoake?

8:17 Peter Downes tells of the serials which were popular on radio in the 1940s and 1950s. Part 2 14’14”

8:33 Song: Synove’s Song 2’49”

Artist: Mrs Whiteman, Hamilton, 1946
Composer: Kjernulf
Album: Sound Archives  
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8:37 A Royal Tour of 30 years ago 21’34”

Coverage of the visit of Prince Charles and Lady Di in 1983 opens with Prince Charles                 

9:06 As I Remember 7’33”

Round Wine Biscuits and Bananas by Jack Roper of Taumarunui. Read by Duncan Smith.                

9:14 Song: Two Grenadiers 3’34”

Artist: Colin Rockridge (baritone), Hamilton, 1946
Composer: N/S
Album: Sound Archives
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9:18 Homework – From which Olympic event does this commentary come?

Which of these prime ministers did not serve overseas with the army – Robert Muldoon, Bill Rowling, Keith Holyoake?

Answers to April Homework; Mystery Voice was Helen Clark. Fifth largest city in 1920 was Wanganui. Prize winners: Susan Wilson, Naenae, Lower Hutt and Bill van Halewyn, Runanga, West Coast.

Prizes: Self Portrait by Marti Friedlander. Auckland University Press
Ko Te Whenua Te Utu – Land is the Price by M K Sorrenson. Auckland University Press
        
9:20 Song: Electric Girl/12th Street Rag 4’08”

Artist: Ken Martin (piano) Hamilton, 1946
Composer: Bowman
Album: Sound Archives
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9:25 Memories from Bill Fraser and Charlie Warden about Arthur’s Pass recorded in 1950. 11’31”

9:38 Song: Praise My Soul 2’58”

Artist: Southwell School Choir, Hamilton 1946
Composer; N/S
Album:  Sound Archives
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9: 41 Prime Minister of the 1970s Norman Kirk talks to George Andrews about his early political life 14’37”