Manawatu Access Radio. 2001.

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Manawatu Access Radio - Manawatu Sounz AM999

01/91/01cdr -
A Tribute to Elizabeth Cooper (Past President - Disabled Persons Assembly).
Broadcast date 15.8.01
Duration 39'20"
Introduced by John Thornley (Secretary, Manawatu Access Radio Charitable Trust). Speakers: Debbie Wood, Paul Curry (DPA); Steve Maharey, MP; Sharon Devonshire (President, DPA, Palmerston North and Districts); Jill White and Heather Tanguay, and Pauline Craigie.

Sisters, Sisters by Dawn Sheppard. A short radio drama that ran as part of the Manawatu Access Radio Drama Festival - 'Word Plays' - December 2001.
Broadcast date 8.12.01
Duration 9'46"

Close Encounters by Laura Day. Broadcast during the Manawatu Access Radio Drama Festival 'Word Plays'.
Broadcast date 22.12.01
Duration 9'31"

01/91/02cdr
Transfer Text by Lizzy Card, Broadcast during the Manawatu Access Radio Drama Festival, 'Word Plays'
Broadcast date, 15.12.01
Duration, 20'44"

School of the Month for October 2001 - Awatapu College
Broadcast date, 5.10.01
Duration, 15'58"

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Year 2001

Reference number 29870

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Ngā Taonga Korero Collection

Genre Radio plays
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits COOPER, Elizabeth
THORNLEY, John
WOOD, Debbie
Curry, Paul
Maharey, Steve
DEVONSHIRE, Sharon
WHITE, Jill
TANGUAY, Heather
CRAIGIE, Pauline
SHEPPARD, Dawn
DAY, Laura
CARD, Lizzy
Access Triple 9 (Radio station : Palmerston North, N.Z.)
DISABLED PERSONS ASSEMBLY
Awatapu College (Palmerston North, N.Z.)

Duration 01:30:00

Date 15 Aug 2001

Subject Community radio -- New Zealand/Topical
Disabilities/Topical
Schools/Topical

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