[Chief justice of England].

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A compilation of nine audio cuts.
1. Baron Parker, the Chief justice of England, speaking at the opening of the 12th triennial conference of the Law Society of New Zealand. Recorded April 16, 1963.
2. President Kennedy of the United States reads a proclamation making Winston Churchill and honorary citizen of the United States. Sir Randolph Churchill reads Sir Winston's letter of thanks. Recorded April 9, 1963.
3. The launching of the Arcas rocket on Banks Peninsula. Recorded May 23, 1963.
4. An unnamed speaker pays tribute the Sir Walter Nash and gives an outline of his place place in the Labour Party. Recorded in May, 1963.
5. Bert Fisher talks about early films and the cinema on the West Coast. Recorded June 11, 1963.
6. Bert Fisher of Runanga on the West Coast recalls Professor Clement Wragge's lectures on astronomy and climatic conditions and says they were very popular. Recorded June 11, 1963.
7. Owen Sneddon, the Roman Catholic Auxiliary Bishop of Wellington, pays tribute to Pope John XXIII on the event of his death. Recorded May 29, 1963.
8. The first editor of NZBC news, Ben Coury, talks about the establishment of this service. Recorded May 6, 1963.
9. Miss Marian Rowan recalls Chinese goldminers banking gold in Riverton, Southland, in 1895. Recorded in August 1963.

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Reference number 156538

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Radio interviews
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ Collection
New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation (estab. 1962, closed 1975), Broadcaster
Parker of Waddington, Hubert Lister Parker, Baron, 1900-1972, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Churchill, Randolph S. (Randolph Spencer), 1911-1968, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Fisher, Bert, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Coury, Ben, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Rowan, Marion, Speaker/Kaikōrero

Duration 00:33:42

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