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with Jim Sullivan
Sunday, 8pm - 10pm
8:09 Today in New Zealand History
The first temperance society in New Zealand - 5 August 1835 4'04"
8:15 I'll See You in My Dreams
George Campbell and his New Sound
CD Stebbing Zodiac 001 3'08"
1: Which team competed at the Olympic Games using a flag which featured the Union Jack, a five-starred Southern Cross and a crown?
2: Which airport was once called Beacons airport?
8:22 Jim Gardner, the doyen of regional and local history, died in Christchurch on 14 July
In a 1999 interview he discusses the importance of regional history. 12'05"
8:34 The story of "Broken Barrier"
A New Zealand film released in 1952. 25'47"
9:07 As I Remember
American Marines on the Kapiti Coast 1942-43 by Maurice Perry, read by Duncan Smith. 5'29"
9:15 You Belong to Me
Dawn Barraclough and Pem Sheppard Trio CD Stebbing Zodiac 001 3'19"
9:20 The Last of the Hansom Cabbies
From The Press, 10 July 1912 4'11"
9:28 You Belong to Me
Dawn Barraclough and Pem Sheppard Trio
CD Stebbing Zodiac 001 3'19"
9:32 A 1940s Childhood
Dame Alison Holst reads from her autobiography A Home Grown Cook - the Dame Alison Holst story by Alison Holst and Barbara Larson.
Published by Hyndman. Part 1 - A Wartime Childhood in Opoho. 8'28"
9:41 Doug Eckhoff, who died recently, was involved in setting up television news
In this 1983 interview he talks to Jim Sullivan about the early days. 15'55"
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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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