Sound Archives Ngā Taonga Kōrero is responsible for managing, collecting, preserving and providing access to New Zealand's recorded radio heritage.

We have over 70,000 items in the archive, totalling many thousands of hours of audio. Read more

Who are these mystery voices of Gallipoli?

ANZAC, 1969 by Laurie Swindell
Families with Hawke's Bay connections are being asked to try and help identify the voices of five unidentified Gallipoli veterans recorded in this 1969 radio documentary by the late Napier broadcaster Laurie Swindell. (duration: 28′40″)

If you have any information about the men in this programme, please contact us: info@soundarchives.co.nz

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