Time:20 June, 2013
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Mooloo the cow
Mooloo takes a look at what Alan Burcher, 1XH announcer who first introduced her to the public, is doing.
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Audio Feature Library
US Marines - 1963 Veterans of the Second US Marines Division returned to Wellington in 1963 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of their arrival in New Zealand during World War II. ( duration: 5′52″)
Jim Eyles On 25 January 1939, 13-year old Jim Eyles made a great archaeological discovery on the Wairau boulder bank near Blenheim. Fifty years on, he talks about the find. ( duration: 9′54″)
Crete 1941 On 21 May 1941, a BBC shortwave news flash told New Zealand listeners of the start of the battle for Crete, in which NZ forces were heavily involved. ( duration: 1′48″)
MJ Savage - funeral train In March 1940, towns along the main trunk railway line came to a halt as the funeral train carrying the body of much-loved PM Michael Joseph Savage passed through on its way from Wellington to his burial in Auckland. ( duration: 7′10″)
Parewahawaha - 1950 The revival of traditional Maori art during the building of a meeting house near Bulls, is the focus of this NZBC documentary from 1950. ( duration: 15′28″)
Wellington's last tram On 2 May 1964 Wellington's last tram made its final journey. ( duration: 1′57″)
The NZBC's first commercial network news The death of Marilyn Monroe was one of the news items in the NZBC's first commercial breakfast news bulletin on August 6, 1962. ( duration: 2′54″)
The Huia - Part 2 The Huia - Sightings of the supposedly extinct bird are recalled in part 2 of this 1967 documentary.
( duration: 23′50″)
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