(1) Music: Occasional Pieces for Piano (1942-73), performed by Margaret Nielsen (piano), recorded in 1981 [SA/NTK 14358].
(2) Peter Vere-Jones: "A recital of music by Douglas Lilburn..." - reading from a review in the New Zealand Listener, 15 October 1943. Underscored and followed by St. Joan (1955), performed by members of the National Orchestra conducted by James Robertson, recorded in 1955 and remastered in 1988 [SA/NTK 14435].
(3) Jack Body: Physical description of Douglas. Underscored by Salute to Seven Poets (1952), performed by Dean Major (violin) and Rae de Lisle (piano), premiere recording - 1989 [SA/NTK 14316].
(4) David Farquhar: “My first contact with Douglas was through Gordon Macbeth …”; Gordon Macbeth letter. Underscored by No. 8 from Seventeen Pieces for Guitar (1969-70), performed by Michael Calvert (guitar), recorded in 1983 [SA/NTK 14385].
(5) Jack Body: Not getting assistance with physical ailments. Underscored and followed by Quartet for Brass Instruments (1957), performed by Concord Brass - Grant Cooper, Daniel Waldron, Marc Guy and Barry Kilpatrick; recorded in 1989 [SA/NTK 14305].
(6) Margaret Nielsen: Arthritic hands, he used to play the piano.
(7) Music: Bagatelle No. 4 (from Five Bagatelles), later renamed From the Port Hills (1942), performed by Douglas Lilburn, recorded in 1946 [ATL Phono q1250].
(8) Martin Lodge: Discovering Douglas's music through the World Record Club.
(9) Peter Vere-Jones: Reading a letter from Owen Jensen inviting Douglas to attend the Cambridge Summer School as composer in residence, 2 October 1945 [ATL A-2001-172].
(10) Owen Jensen: Getting Douglas to the first Cambridge Summer School. Archival talk extracted from Music Ho, Douglas Lilburn 50th Birthday Tribute, recorded in 1965 [SA/NTK CDR-195]. Underscored by A Birthday Offering (1956), performed by the National Orchestra conducted by James Robertson, recorded at the premiere performance in Wellington - 24 October 1956 [SA/NTK 14295].
(11) Larry Pruden: First experience of the compositional class at the Cambridge Summer School. Archival talk extracted from programme three of The Lilburn Connection recorded in 1980 [SA/NTK TX-1137].
(12) Jenny McLeod: “I set him up one time, as a student …”; Douglas and Palestrina counterpoint.
(13) Owen Jensen: There are no "little Lilburns" in this Cambridge composers photograph. Archival talk extracted from programme one of The Lilburn Connection recorded in 1980 [SA/NTK TX-1135].
(14) Music: Wind Quintet (1957), performed by the New Zealand Wind Quintet, recorded in 1959 [SA/NTK 14557].
(15) Martin Lodge: Teaching style, broad musical knowledge. Underscored by Three Inscapes (electronic, 1972) [SA/NTK 14417].
(16) Jenny McLeod: “He was a closet rock composer ...” Underscored by the fourth of Four Preludes (1948-60), performed by Georgina Zellan-Smith, recorded in 1989 [SA/NTK 14483].
(17) Music: Sonata (1950), performed by Natalie Tantrum (violin) and Stephen de Pledge (piano), recorded in 1992 [SA/NTK 17706].
(18) Larry Pruden: Silences at the Cambridge Summer School. Archival talk extracted from Music Ho, Douglas Lilburn 50th Birthday Tribute, recorded in 1965 [SA/NTK CDR-195].
(19) Douglas Lilburn: Copying Larry's parts at the last minute. Archival interview recorded in 1983 [Radio New Zealand Tape 5620].
(20) Larry Pruden: “Douglas made us aware of standards ...” - archival talk extracted from programme one of The Lilburn Connection recorded in 1980 [SA/NTK TX-1135].
(21) Douglas Lilburn: Larry really went on his own way. Archival interview recorded in 1983 [Radio New Zealand Tape 5620].
(22) Music: Sings Harry (1953), performed by Terence Finnegan (tenor) and Frederick Page (piano), recorded ca. 1959 [Radio New Zealand Tape 66].
(23) Margaret Nielsen: Performer / composer relationship. Underscored by the second of Three Sea Changes, performed by Margaret Nielsen (piano), recorded in 1983 [SA/NTK 14288].
(24) John Rimmer: “How do you decide what’s coming next?”
(25) Douglas Lilburn: Giving back to the medium, teaching. Archival interview recorded in 1975 [SA/NTK 14560]. Underscored by Carousel (electronic, 1976) [SA/NTK 14524].
(26) Sir William Southgate: Remembering being a student when Douglas visited Otago University.
(27) Ross Harris: “By setting up the Electronic Music Studio ...” Underscored by Of Time and Nostalgia (electronic, 1977), [SA/NTK 14530].
(28) Margaret Nielsen: Taking a First Aid course together.
(29) Chris Bourke: Douglas's broad-mindedness. Underscored by Poem in Time of War (electronic with voice of Vietnamese student, 1967) [SA/NTK 14453].
(30) John Rimmer: Silence.
(31) John Murray: Reading Psalm 90.
(32) Music: Elegy (in memoriam Noel Newson) (1945), performed by the Schola Musica conducted by Ashley Heenan, with Patricia Lawrey and Anthea Moller (mezzo-sopranos), recorded in 1980 [SA/NTK 14410].
(33) Dorothy McKegg: Production Credits.