Sounds Historical for Sunday 28 November 2010
8:06 Comment on Pike River tragedy and recollections of the Brunner mine disaster of 1896
8:08 Down in the Brunner Mine (Colqhoun)
Barbie and Neil Colqhoun LP Kiwi SLC102
8:22 Today In New Zealand History
1893]: the first parliamentary election in which women were allowed to vote.
8:27 As I Remember
Pinkies by Geoff Sherwood of Hamilton read by Phil Smith.
8:33 How Are You, Mate (Hogan/Garland)
Phil Garland CD Kiwi SLC 212 Tk 1
8:36 As I Remember
Tirau - Many Cabbage Trees by Barta Davis of Tauranga read by Katrina Batten/
8:41 Gordon Parry talks about his new book Memories at 90 and reads the chapter about the famous Best Café, Dunedin
8:52 Sullivan's Century 1953 - headlines read by Irene Strong
How Much Is That Doggie in the Window (Merrill)
Patti Page CD Polystar Hit 1
8:57 As I Remember
The Elizabeth Street Shops by Jennifer Robinson of Rongotai
9:07 As I Remember
Hastings by Marion Martin of Taumarunui, read by Carol Davidson
9:15 Blueberry Hill (Lewis)
Fats Domino RNZ CD
9:17 One Hundred Years since Robert Falcon Scott left Port Chalmers for the Antarctic.
A documentary by Jim Henderson. Part 1
Comments about Port Chalmers and Lyttelton connections with Antarctic exploration.
Eight Bells (Doorly)
9:43 Book of the Week:
TP: The Life and Times of Sir Terry McLean by Paul Lewis and Jock McLean
ISBN 978 1869 508630
Brian Edwards talks to Terry McLean September 1995