Sounds Historical

Sunday 19 August 2012, with Jim Sullivan

Audio from Sunday 19 August 2012

Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.

 

8:11 Today in New Zealand History

Hartley and Reilly rewarded for discovering gold, 19 August 186

8:18  Be My Life’s Companion

Phyl Mounce                                                
CD Stebbing Zodiac 001                       

3’09”

8:25 The Legends of the Mountains a 1977 programme introduced by Marama Martin

Jean Abley interviews Mira Te Tomo about the origin of the legend.

13’11”

8:39 Accidents Will Happen

Bob Taggart’s Dance Tones                           
Stebbing Zodiac 001                        

2’50”

8:43 Aviation historian Ross Ewing died this week

In this 1994 report he describes the sinking of a vintage Catalina aircraft on its delivery flight to New Zealand in January 1994                                                                                                            

7’23”

8:52 Harbour Lights

Big City Six                                                 
CD Stebbing Zodiac 001                        

2’55”

 

8:56 A History of Building Technology Episode 2

Years of interesting innovation – improved fire alarms. Written and read by Nigel Isaacs.                                                                       

3’03”

9:05 As I Remember

Free, Frost and Fresh Air by Allen J Little of Levin,  (ice skating at Naseby) read by Gavin McGinley                                               

2’06”

 

9:10 Keep It A Secret

Dawn Barraclough           
CD Stebbing Zodiac 001                                               

2’51”

 

9:13 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 Three – A Growing Girl in Opoho.

 8’21”              

9:24 A 1942 broadcast from the BBC series “Calling New Zealand"

Pilot Officer Kingi Tahiwi (a 2ZB announcer) tells of his experiences in England                                                                                                                                   

6’05”

9:33 How Great Thou Art

Les and Sonia Andrews CD                                                           

3’42”           

 

9:37 Bookshelf

Auckland. A Portrait of Today and Yesterday by Graham Stewart
Grantham House Publishing
ISBN 978 1 86934 118 3

9:40 Promises to Keep

Wild Geese                                                                                                           

4’23”

9:45 Book of the Week

Safe Haven, the untold story of New Zealand’s largest ever military camp by Neil Frances.
Wairarapa Archive/Fraser Books 
ISBN: 978 0 9582617 9 1

Neil Frances talks about the history of the army camp at Featherston during World War I.                                                                                          

14’36”