Time:24 May, 2013
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Mooloo takes a look at what Alan Burcher, 1XH announcer who first introduced her to the public, is doing.
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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″)
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