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Lure of the Trail – Programme 5 – Eglinton Valley

NZ Department of Tourist & Publicity, 1939 Early Te Anau excursion posters © Pinterest In the late 1930s the New Zealand Department of Tourist and…

Lure of the Trail – Programme 4 – Westland

NZ Department of Tourist & Publicity, 1939 Early Westland tourism posters © Pinterest In the late 1930s the New Zealand Department of Tourist and Publicity…

Lure of the Trail – Programme 3 – Milford Sound

NZ Department of Tourist & Publicity, 1939 In the late 1930s the New Zealand Department of Tourist and Publicity produced a series of radio programmes…

Lure of the Trail – Programme 2 – Hanmer Springs

NZ Department of Tourist & Publicity, 1939 In the late 1930s the New Zealand Department of Tourist and Publicity produced a series of radio programmes…

Lure of the Trail – Programme 1 – National Park

NZ Department of Tourist & Publicity, 1939 In the late 1930s the New Zealand Department of Tourist and Publicity produced a series of radio programmes…

Lure of the Trail – Programme 7 – Christchurch

NZ Department of Tourist & Publicity, 1939 In the late 1930s the New Zealand Department of Tourist and Publicity produced a series of radio programmes…

The Pacific Ramblers Live on KTOH, Kauai, Hawaii March/April 1945

In 1945 the band the Pacific Ramblers were entertaining listeners on radio station KTOH, located in Kauai, Hawaii. Dale Halleron wrote to us: I have…

Australian Radio Advertising Bureau: Instant Ideas No. 4

Travel back in time to the Australian mediumwave band in the early 1970s with the commercials from these 7″ sampler records produced by the Australian…

RNZI Mailbox Radio Sunshine AM & FM Niue

Today, we’re going 2,500 kilometers north of Auckland to the Savage Island, the Rock of Polynesia, or as it’s more widely known… Niue. It’s just…

Australian Radio 1922-2012 – Amateur Radio DJs lead the way…

It’s around 90 years ago that the first Australian radio stations began broadcasting to a few enthusiastic early adopters of the new technology called wireless, and this is the kind of music that was popular at the time.

Papua New Guinea Radio is so much more

David Ricquish One of the most fascinating countries for international shortwave radio listeners continues to be Papua New Guinea… a large archipelago of islands to…