Sounds Historical for Sunday 29 April 2012
8:11 Today in New Zealand History
The Battle of Gate Pa, 29 April, 1864. 4'44"
8:17 The Browne Sisters of Whangapoua, a 1950s group, with two songs and some of their background
8:25 As I Remember - the Horowhenua Collection from the Combined Levin Probus Clubs
The Waikanae Tornado by Phil Gibbs, read by Roger Smith.
Poor Wandering One (Sullivan)
Malvina Major with NZSO LP Kiwi SLC 221 4'53"
8:34 An extract from the 4ZB 21st anniversary programme in 1958 which includes a message from New York from Maureen Broom who passed away recently
8:39 I'm a Rambler, I'm a Gambler, Open Road, Open Sky and The Wild Rover
Kokataki Band CD Kiwi SLC 274 4'04"
8:44 The Anzac Project
Dr Damien Williams of Monash University talks about a project exploring the observance of Anzac Day in Australia New Zealand and elsewhere. Survey details available by searching "Anzac Remebered" or by writing to Professor Bruce Scate, Box 197, Monash University, Caulfield East, Victoria, Australia 12'53"
9:10 As I Remember
Recollections of K-Force in 1951 by Dave Feehan, read by Gavin McGinley 4'27"
9:16 Ghosts of Arrowtown
Pog 'n Scroggin' Band CD Sesqui 2'23"
9:21 This year is the 50th anniversary of Outward Bound in New Zealand
Rodney Bryant recalls a trial scheme for the project, Lord Cobham explains the reasons behind it Wally Te Ua recalls the course he attended. 20'19"
9:41 Lady Miria Pomare speaks at a Wellington Concert by The Ngati Poneke Young Maori Club in the Wellington Town Hall in the 1940s and the club performs a haka and the club signature song
CD Atoll ACD 701 3'00"
9:44 Book of the Week
For Gallant Service Rendered - the life and times of Samuel Austin by Barbara Mabbett
ISBN 9781877 577710