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with Jim Sullivan
Sunday, 8pm - 10pm
8:11 Today in New Zealand History
General Duncan Cameron takes command on 22 April 1861. 4'27"
8:22 Coca Cola anniversary
8:26 As I Remember
The Horowhenua Collection by the Levin Combined Probus Clubs. Paraparaumu, 1942 by Bernard Smith, read by Duncan Smith.
Guadalcanal March (Sousa)
Band of the Grenadier Guards CD London 448957 CS 4'59"
8:32 Some 1950s thoughts on proposals to relax restrictions on the afternoon of Anzac Day introduced by Jim Henderson
War widow Dorothy Williams, radio archivist Asquith "Tommy" Thomson and war history author William Murphy. 5'12"
8:40 A Soldier Died Today (Rosy Parsons)
Rosy Parsons CD 4'05"
8:48 A 1945 Anzac Day message from General William Birdwood who commanded the Anzac troops at Gallipoli 3'18"
8:52 Anzac Parade
Deborah Mackenzie and Peter Neumegen CD 3'57"
8:56 A letter home from Bob McSkimming in Palestine in 1917 2'40"
From Patearoa at War by Jim Sullivan
Rock and Pillar Press ISBN 978 047320327 6
9:04 As I Remember
Campfire's Burning by Cliff Couch read by Gavin McGinley 2'42"
9:12 Ka rongote kanga nei
Commentary by Arch Curry during North African artillery barrage.
E kore e Ingarangi I hinga and speech by Major Jimmy Wales
Maori Battalion CD Atoll ACD 206 7'00"
9:20 A letter home to Patearoa from Arthur Devon in Cairo, December 1914 4'22"
9:26 An extract from the '2ZG Time Machine' a feature produced at Station 2ZG, Gisborne
The Hikurangi Choir with a 1950s recording of "The Long Day Closes" 2'03"
9:29 Mr Simpson, a 12-year-old at the time, recalls the Christchurch International Exhibition of 1905-06 4'51'
9:36 Te Ope Tuatahi
Ana Hato Recorded at Rotorua during visit of Duke and Duchess of York 1927 2'02"
9:39 A Cartoon War
Sarah Murray discusses her monograph which examines the role of cartoons in World War One propaganda.
"A Cartoon War" by Susan Murray
New Zealand Cartoon Archive Monograph Series No. 1
ISBN 978 0 9582320 6 7
Wellington ($35 including postage) 12'47"
9:52 Sound track of tourism promotional film screened in Australia 1'04"
9:54 Now is the Hour
Band of the Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery
CD Manu 1286 3'10"
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8pm to 9pm. Due to copyright restrictions, all music has been removed. (42′21″)
9pm to 10pm. Due to copyright restrictions, all music has been removed. (46′01″)
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