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with Jim Sullivan
Sunday, 8pm - 10pm
8:11 Today in New Zealand History
A National Government in War: 12 August 1915.
8:16 Half a Photograph
Rina Menzies CD Stebbing Zodiac 002 3'27"
8:27 Extracts from the BBC Calling the Pacific programme at the close of the 1948 Olympic Games in London
The Lord Mayor of Melbourne talks about his campaign to get the 1956 Games for his city.
White's Hotel (Garland) CD SLC 261
Phil Garland 13'00"
8:40 1928 Olympic boxing gold medalist Ted Morgan describes his winning fight
8:44 In The Cool Cool Cool of the Evening
Lyn Christie Trio CD Stebbing Zodiac 002 2'53"
8:47 A History of Building Technology - Part 1
Years of interesting innovation - the first nail gun?
Written and read by Nigel Isaacs. 3'12"
8:52 A Great Olympian
Murray Halberg talks to Peter Sellers about his athletic career in a 1970s interview. 7'04"
9:08 As I Remember
Shoes by Lynette Elphick of Greymouth. Read by Rebecca Blundell.
9:14 Hold Me
Aileen Kayes and Del Harris CD Stebbing Zodiac 002 2'46"
9:23 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 Two - Parents and Pets during an Opoho Childhood. 8'36"
8:35 My Sugar is So Refined
Mavis Rivers CD Stebbing Zodiac 002 2'50"
9:38 Book of the Week
Convicts: New Zealand's hidden criminal past, by Matthew Wright.
Published by Penguin
ISBN 13: 9781742532493
9:55 Sweetheart in Calico (O'Connell)
Pixie Williams CD Blue Smoke BSR002 2'44"
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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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