[Various sports items].

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A compilation of fourteen audio cuts.

1. Bert Kortlang talks about cricket in general.
2. Dave Gillespie comments on the 1960 All Blacks team selection.
3. Athlete, Murray Halberg, talks about the bond between international athletes at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome.
4. Commentary on the English FA Cup final.
5. A. Bell of Otago, wins the 220m ladies freestyle New Zealand swimming championships in 1960.
6. British Isles manager, A. W. Wilson, comments on the result of the first rugby test on 18 July, 1959.
7. Journalist, Bryn Thomas, compares rugby in New Zealand with Wales.
8. Cricketer, Bert Sutcliffe, scores a century against Australia in 1960.
9. Les Watt of Kaikorai talks about cricket.
10. Jack Brabham wins the motor racing at Wigram.
11. Percy Moore describes early flights and their history in Dunedin from 1908-13.
12. Morrie Goddard talks about the first rugby test in South Africa in 1949. 13. Lochie Grant talks about the test between New Zealand and South Africa in 1949.
14. Percy Storey describes the first and second tests against South Africa in 1921.

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Reference number 147259

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Radio actualities
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ Collection
Kortlang, Bert, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Gillespie, William David, 1934-, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Halberg, Murray, 1933-, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Wilson, A. W., Speaker/Kaikōrero
Thomas, J. B. G. (John Brinley George), Speaker/Kaikōrero
Sutcliffe, Bert, 1923-2001, Performer
Watt, Leslie, 1924-1996, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Brabham, Jack, 1926-, Performer
Goddard, Maurice Patrick, 1921-1974, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Grant, Lachlan Ashwell, 1923-2002, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Moore, Percy, Speaker/Kaikōrero
Storey, Percival Wright, 1897-1975, Speaker/Kaikōrero
New Zealand Broadcasting Service (estab. 1946, closed 1962), Broadcaster

Duration 00:34:53

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