Calling New Zealand. 1943-04-16. Part 1 of 2.

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I like England - a talk by Denis Glover, broadcast via shortwave by the BBC Pacific Service and recorded in Wellington by the N.Z.B.S.

Royal Navy sub-lieutenant [and New Zealand poet] Denis Glover talks about his affection for England during the Second World War.
He describes many of the characteristics and friendliness of the English people: their capacity for putting up with things, their presentation of themselves, their curiosity about other countries and the importance of distinguishing between the English and the Scots.
[Programme is incomplete.]

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Year 1943

Reference number 39542

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Credits RNZ Collection
Glover, Denis, 1912-1980 (b.1912, d.1980), Speaker/Kaikōrero
British Broadcasting Corporation, Broadcaster

Duration 00:07:16

Date 16 Apr 1943

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