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A documentary on The Friendly Road Children's Choir and broadcasting minister Uncle Tom...
Spectrum was a long-running weekly radio documentary series which captured the essence of New...
Side 1. Introduction theme music, "Presenting Dunedin Digest". The launching of a new fishing...
"When a teacher is in Papua New Guinea" is the translation of the pidgin programme title. The...
Fifty years ago in 1935, the first Labour government swept into power. This Spectrum documentary...
Parks for people, and Instrumental version / music & lyrics by Rob Winch ; [performed by] People...
Part two of four Spectrum programmes on Stewart Island. A look at the cost of living on the...
Best Spoken Programme Best Information Programme or Series CONCERT FM, WELLINGTON Programme...
Part 3 of 3 (No Part 2) This recording starts with an unidentified man (probably a Canadian crew...
This Spectrum documentary looks at the eruption of Mount Tarawera at 2am on Thursday, 10 June...
George Gower began farming in the southern King Country sixty years ago. He recalls back country...
Excerpts from Morning Report, 16 February 1995. Live interview with Prime Minister Jim Bolger...
Arch Curry of the New Zealand mobile broadcasting unit, reports from the 5th Army Front in Italy...
Alwyn Owen takes a New Orleans buggy ride behind Jackson Jackass Junior.
Somewhere in the Rakaia River is a fish worth $6,000. That's the prize for the heaviest salmon in...
Cadet A. Taylor continues to recounts his experiences on his trip to the Greek front. Trouble...
Part one of three Spectrum programmes recorded on the Chatham Islands. A look at the islands in...
The Commentator Introduces the programme by describing the work carried out by the Field Park...
Alwyn Owen investigates the "Ultimate Game". It's a sophisticated adult extension of the games...
Sapper J. B. Stuart of Otorohanga continues to describe his experiences in Greece. As darkness...