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with Jim Sullivan
Sunday, 8pm - 10pm
8:09 Sullivan’s Century 1952
Headlines read by David Knowles
High Noon (Washington)
Frankie Laine 4’53”
8:16 Today in New Zealand History
The Wairau “Massacre” 17 June 1843 4’55”
8:26 My Favourite Place by Peter Wilkes of Christchurch
The now-destroyed Lyttelton time ball.
8:29 Walkin’ To Missouri
CD Stebbing Zodiac Vol 3 3’00”
8:35 That Was 1952 - Part 1
8:46 New Zealand Presents – Music from the 1940s - programme 3
Dick Colvin Band with vocalist Joyce Picard (Dunedin), Gotta Be This or That
The Knaves, vocal group (Auckland) – McNamara’s Band (O’Connor)
Robert Henry, piano (Wellington_ - Seguidilla (Albeniz)
The Three Warrens (Mother Ivy and sons Barry and Wyatt) vocal – Wait for Me Mary
9:06 As I Remember - Polling Days by Noel Packer
Cruising around Hawaii, read by Phil Smith. 1’33”
9:09 There’s a Pawnshop on the Corner
Mavis Rivers and Julian Lee CD Stebbing Zodiac Vol 1 2’47”
9:16 My Favourite Place
Nelson Creek by Rodger Mills
9:22 The giant powhiri at Rotorua in January 1954 to welcome the Queen
9:34 My Favourite Place
Dunedin Railway Station and Taieri Gorge Railway by Judy Radford of Wellington. 2’18”
9:38 Evertrue, Evermore
CD Stebbing Zodiac Vol 1 3’07”
9:42 Kiwi Writes French History
Frazer Barton, a Dunedin lawyer, has a holiday home in a French village and while researching the history of the small town he ended up writing its history.
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Sounds Historical with Jim Sullivan is the programme that gives listeners their chance to learn about the colourful, dramatic, and often remarkable events and people of New Zealand's past.
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