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8:02  Today in New Zealand History

July 31 1844 - the sale of Otago to settlers by Tuhawaiki.

8:07 Dunedin from the Bay (Bracken/Corbett)

Pioneer Pog - Scroggin Bush Band CD

8:15 Showdown, Part Two.

A documentary prepared by Jack Perkins in 2001 to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1951 waterfront dispute. The dispute ended just sixty years ago on 17 July 1951 after 1,157,390 man-working days had been lost.

8:33 Greensleeves (arranged by Oswald Cheeseman)

NZBC Symphony Orchestra (1969) LP Kiwi SLC 74

8:37 Kaye Lamberton continues his recollections of Wellington during his 1930s boyhood.

8:52 Two Guitars (arranged by Oswald Cheeseman)

NZBC Symphony Orchestra (1969) LP Kiwi SLC 74

9:02 As I Remember

During the War Years by Denis Knight read by Greg Mildenhall

9:08 Concert Variations (Don Lusher)

Ross McGavin with Wanganui City Silver Band LP Five Star FSRS 1321

9:12 Radio legend of the 1930s and 1940s

Clive Drummond, recalls the early days of broadcasting in conversation with Barbara Basham in 1955 . Part One.

9:30 Akaroa, The Place To Be (Caldwell/de Jong)

Doug Caldwell and Susan de Jong CD Polyjazz CPJZ 113

9:34 Spud Monday - the story of a Nelson tradition.

9:41 Mocking Bird Hill

Les Paul and Mary Ford CD

9:42 Should New Zealanders take a broader view of their history and put it in an international context?

Historian Tom Brooking of Otago University discusses the topic in relation to the gold rushes.

9:55 Setting Sail (Cheeseman)

New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Lp Kiwi SLC 74