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The former New Zealand water skiing champion John Loughman talks to Jack Perkins, three months...
Noel Palmer introduces a series of recorded tracks of Christmas at No 2 General Hospital. The...
Neville Glasgow interviews Professor Eru Pomare, Dean of the Wellington School of Medicine, about...
The Victorians were inveterate letter-writers. Help was always at hand in the form of...
Ninety-two year old Harold Newman tells Jack Perkins about his childhood in London at the turn of...
Rotorua's thermal areas seen through the eyes of diarists around the turn of the century.
Primary magazine: The programme looks at the 1947/48 Polio epidemic. Various former students and...
When John Mazey took up his chief Ranger's job at Tongariro National Park he became the...
Nola's early years in the late 1930's at the orphanage in Papanui, Christchurch, were happy. But...
New Zealand Music - Surveying The 80's is programme 1 of 7. This series, "Recordings - A...
They're proud that their club is the official challenger for the Americas Cup but the yachties of...
New Zealand author Ngaio Marsh is interviewed by an unidentified woman about current trends in...
The Spectrum team look at the impact of the America's Cup on the township of Fremantle, Western...
A two-part documentary. Te Aroha is the last of the wooden coastal ships that once trudged...
Spectrum was a long-running weekly radio documentary series which captured the essence of New...
Terry Baldwin is an expatriate Kiwi who went Australia in 1950 and stayed. In 1960 he began...
Spectrum visits the Maui gas field off the Taranaki coast to talk to those who work on the...
The farm adjoining Mount Albert Grammar School in suburban Auckland is both a showpiece and a...
Fifty sea cadets from schools around Auckland spent a day onboard the Royal New Zealand Navy...
This week's Insight looks at the high rate of pregnancy in girls under sixteen in NZ, one of the...