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Maggie Barry interviews Rewi Alley about building the new Shandan Bailie School, and his life in...
Interview with eighty year old Alice Mackenzie who describes seeing a moa as an eight year old...
MARSHALL LIVER: A day of bloodshed in South Africa's commercial capital of Johannesburg has left...
Wiremu Kerekere presents an episode of the Māori Programme, about traditional Māori music. -...
Presented this week by Libby Hakaraia and Hēnare Te Ua from the Radio New Zealand Studios,...
Side 1. Sportsman of The Week (2nd Series), Episode 8: David Gallaher. Rugby broadcaster Winston...
Opening of Parewahawaha wharenui at Ōhinepuhiawe Marae, Bulls 1967. Announcer welcomes listeners...
Les Cleveland talks to Neville Glasgow about his life and beliefs. Cleveland has had a varied...
Ko Tongariro te maunga, ko Taupō te moana, ko Tūwharetoa te iwi, ko Te Heuheu te tangata. This...
A programme by Jim Henderson called "Kippenberger - Letters From A Soldier". It consists largely...
Best Spoken Programmes Best Daily or Weekly Series Directions - Neville Glasgow, National Radio,...
Tribute concert to the late Hori Tait. Hōri Tait, Te Arawa and Ngāi Tuhoe Kaumatua, whaikorero...
Tribute programme for the Hon. J.R. (Ralph) Hanan, Minister for Maori Affairs, 1960 to...
A complete programme featuring waiata aroha sung in pre-European times, using archival Māori...
Part four of the recordings from the opening of Tūrongo House, Tūrangawaewae Marae,...
A discussion with Māori at Moeraki about medicinal knowledge, planting rituals, weather...
"Aunt Gwen" One of New Zealand's First Radio Celebrities. When Miss Gwen Shepherd, as "Aunt...
Dan Greaney recalls the story of Bill Anderson and the Milford Track piano and the Quintin...
The Chills were a New Zealand band who were an integral part of the “Dunedin Sound” championed by...
WHENUA ! 08/03/98 Sunday 5 to 6pm Presented by Libby Hakaraia and Hēnare te Ua on National Radio...