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Alwyn Owen joins senior constable, Hori Chesnutt on his rounds. The day begins with a member of...
This recording contains three voice reports supplied to overseas radio stations by Nadoo...
A radio news item about Victoria University lecturer Roger Boshier who is interviewed regarding...
A news report by NZBC Parliamentary correspondent, David Inglis on the forthcoming visit of...
Bob Needs, a World War I veteran, recalls fighting on the Western Front in 1916. He is...
The second part of a two-part documentary on the memories of former New Zealand prisoners of war....
A two-part Spectrum documentary. Former staff share memories of the St James cinema-theatre now...
This recording (from "Morning Report") contains extracts from a parliamentary debate with motions...
Cecil Walkden Wood, a New Zealand motoring pioneer and maker of the first motorbike and car built...
Mira Szazy, President of the Māori Women's Welfare League, is interviewed by Leona Bresnehan. She...
This recording contains an instalment of the "Looking Back" programme in which the New Zealand...
Jack Perkins speaks to Dr Peter Tuckey about medical practice in the 1930s and during the Second...
The rock-bound shores of Great Barrier Island claimed this ship in 1884. 121 were drowned. By...
Clark McConachy, born at Glenorchy in 1895, talks prior to leaving for the Billiards and Snooker...
Deborah Nation looks back at the 1977 Christchurch United Womens Convention with some of the key...
In this recording, (from "Morning Report") the Race Relations Conciliator Hiwi Tauroa, calls for...
Pete Townshend, guitarist of The Who, talks about audiences and performing in different...
Sharon O'Neill is interviewed after winning the 1979 APRA Silver Scroll for her song called 'Face...
Charles Martin presents a review of sports highlights of 1962. 1. New Zealand cricket tour of...
Side 1. A broadcaster identified only as ' Mr Fleming' introduces Stan Dean, manager of 1924 All...