Sounds Historical for Sunday 28 August 2011
8:11 Today in New Zealand History
First Constitution 28 August 1846
8:16 Panis Angelicus
Les Andrews CD
8:22 The Alison Holst Story Part 2
8:36 Homework August questions:
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?
8:37 Harbour Lights (Kennedy)
Toni Williams 45 La Gloria GSP 057
8:41 New Zealand cricketer Bob Blair
Bob Blair recalls the 1953-54 New Zealand cricket tour on South Africa and comments on his feeling over the loss of his fiancé in the Tangiwai rail disaster which has been the subject of a recent film.
8: 50 Finale - This Is My Lovely Day (Ellis Herbert)
Vivienne Martin and Murray Mills and chorus from the 1960 production of "Bless the Bride" by Hutt Valley High School. Conducted by Suzanne Green.
Maria Gallaher - Her Short Life and Her Children's Stories by A Kay Carter
4 Makarini St
ISBN 9780987 653802
Where are the Camels? by Ken Avery
8:54 The Woodchoppers' Ball (Herman-Bishop)
Ken Avery and the Darktown Strutters Cassette Tartar TC TRL 035
9:06 As I Remember
Nits with Everything by Christina Stewart of Oamaru, read by Alison Lloyd Davies.
9:16 The Southerner Theme (John Leslie)
Leon Kearns Cass
Golden Arches Under Southern Skies by Rosemary Hepozden
A Century of Library Life in New Zealand: Te Rau Herenga 1910-2010 by Julia Millen
Christine Cole Catley, journalist, author and publisher, who died last Sunday. She talks to Kim Hill about her childhood in a 2003 interview.
9:42 Secret Love
Doris Day CD
9:46 Book of the Week
Karori and its People, edited by Judith Burch and Jan Heynes