Sounds Historical for Sunday 14 August 2011
8:10 The swearing in of Anand Satyanand 23 August 2006
8:12 Sir Paul Reeves comments at the opening of the National Library in 1987
8:17 Today in New Zealand History
Lt Commander Sanders wins the Victoria Cross, August 14, 1917
8:25 Driving Through New Zealand (North) Alex North Orchestra
CD Label X LXCD 2 CS
1. Hard. Which high-ranking New Zealand serviceman of World War Two had the nick-name "Mary" and why?
2. Easy - Which Prime Minister attended Burnside High School, Christchurch?
8:32 Man Upon the Track (McNicol/Garland)
Phil Garland CD Kiwi SLC 271
8:40 Archives New Zealand In Action
Greg Goulding is the chief archivist and general manager of Archives New Zealand within the Knowledge, Information, Research and Technology Group (KIRT) of the Department of Internal Affairs. Greg took up his new appointment on 4 April 2011. He has worked for Archives New Zealand and its predecessor National Archives, since 1989. He talks to Jim Sullivan about the work of Archives New Zealand in an ever-changing environment.
9:09 As I Remember
A Visit to Quamby by Audrey Smith and Angela Sears, read by Alison Lloyd Davies.
9:17 Banana Boat Song (Arkin)
Howard Morrison Quartet CD EMI 7243 5968442 0
9:22 The Illness of King James
Wyn Beasely describes his research into the illness of King James.
9:37 Lambs in the Greenfield (trad)
Brent Morrissey CD
9:43 New Zealand Family History Fair in Hamilton
Sandra Metcalfe talks about the annual event which takes place on 26-27 August.
Contact: (07) 871 3250
9:54 Nancy Wake
Trevor Morley of Wellington remembers his meetings with Nancy Wake, the New Zealand-born hero of the French resistance during World War Two, who died this week at the age of 96