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Heritage Matters - 05-02-2023 - Best of Series( 0:28:9)       
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Best of Series - Rabbits, Spies, John Turnbull Thompson and Speights Beer Barrell (Replay).
Published: 5/02/2024 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 01-01-2024 - Best of Series 2023( 0:27:51)       
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Best of series - Lloyd Geering, Bison in Otago, Dr Emily Siedeberg and Shoot em up Princes street (Replay)
Published: 1/01/2024 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 04-12-2023 - Thomas Bracken and Otago Pioneer Womens Memorial Hall Part 2( 0:27:18)       
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Thomas Bracken and Otago Pioneer Womens Memorial Hall Part 2
Published: 4/12/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 06-11-2023 - Otago Pioneer Womens Memorial Hall( 0:26:46)       
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Otago Pioneer Womens Memorial Hall
Published: 6/11/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 02-10-2023 - The Devils Half Acre and The Dunedin Heritage Festival( 0:28:23)       
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The Devils Half Acre and The Dunedin Heritage Festival
Published: 2/10/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 04-09-2023 - Medical School Larrikans, Caroline Freeman and Willi Fels( 0:27:57)       
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Medical School Larrikans, Caroline Freeman and Willi Fels
Published: 4/09/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 07-08-2023 - Conman, Loan and Mercantile Building reuse and McIntyre House( 0:27:40)       
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Conman, Loan and Mercantile Building reuse and McIntyre House - In this programme Gregor Campbell tells us of a notorious conman, Judy Southworth looks at plans for the old Loan and Mercantile building on the waterfront and Alison Breeze backgrounds the history of McIntyre House.
Published: 7/08/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 03-07-2023 - Rabbits, Spies, John Turnbull Thompson and Speights Beer Barrell( 0:27:57)       
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Rabbits, Spies, John Turnbull Thompson and Speights Beer Barrell
Published: 3/07/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 05-06-2023 - Dirty Dunedin, Cr David Benson-Pope Interview, St Duthus, Port Chalmers Photographer( 0:28:25)       
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In this week's programme Gregor Campbell looks at how garbage used to be dumped on the streets and reserves, Bill Southworth interviews Cr David Benson-Pope about "demolition by neglect" and Alison Breeze visits one of our grand homes, St Duthus. Finally, Gregor reports on the peculiar habits of a Port Chalmers Photographer
Published: 5/06/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 01-05-2023 - Lloyd Geering, Bison in Otago, Dr Emily Siedeberg and Shoot em up Princes street( 0:27:38)       
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In this programme Bill Southworth covers the sensational heresy trial 50 years ago of Dunedin theologian Lloyd Geering. Gregor Campbell tells us of a North American buffalo who roamed Otago, Sarah Gallagher profiles Dr Emily Siedeberg, the first female medical practitioner in NZ and Gregor tells us about a "Shoot em up" in Princes Street.
Published: 1/05/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 03-04-2023 - New DCC Heritage Officer, First Plane Display and Grand Home in Pitt St( 0:26:12)       
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New DCC Heritage Officer, First Plane Display and Grand Home in Pitt St - In this programme Bill Southworth talks to Mark Maudsley, the Dunedin City Council's heritage officer, we catch you up with some Southern Heritage News, Gregor Campbell tells us about the first plane built in Otago and Alison Breese profiles a grand Dunedin Home.
Published: 3/04/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 06-03-2023 - Character Homes, Logan Park, Carisbrooke and An Overly Amorous Train Passenger( 0:28:2)       
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Character Homes, Logan Park, Carisbrooke and An Overly Amorous Train Passenger - In this programme, Bill Southworth interviews Jo Galer about the demolition of character homes in Dunedin,we hear how Logan park was created. Dougal looks into the history of the Carisbrooke rugby ground and we finish with a story from Gregor Campbell about an overly amorous train passenger.
Published: 6/03/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 06-02-2023 - Best of Show 2( 0:29:5)       
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Published: 6/02/2023 11:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 02-01-2023 - Best of Show 1( 0:27:47)       
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Published: 2/01/2023 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 05-12-2022 - Polish Settlers, Mornington Water Problems and The Leviathan Hotel( 0:25:59)       
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Polish Settlers, Mornington Water Problems and The Leviathan Hotel
Published: 5/12/2022 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 07-11-2022 - Otago Maori, Gardens Bandstand, Heritage Festival and Radio Mast( 0:29:10)       
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Otago Maori, Gardens Bandstand, Heritage Festival and Radio Mast
Published: 7/11/2022 3:24:58 p.m.
Heritage Matters - 03-10-2022 - Otago Radio Association, Taieri Plains Maori and Goldfields Graveyard Research( 0:27:29)       
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Otago Radio Association, Taieri Plains Maori and Goldfields Graveyard Research - In this programme Gregor looks at the first radio Pioneer in Dunedin, Judy takes us out to the Taieri Plains and reports on pre-european Maori there, and finally Bill interviews two reseachers from the Medical school about the lives of women on the Central Otago Goldfields.
Published: 3/10/2022 10:00:00 a.m.
Heritage Matters - 02-08-2021 - Bittersweet Part 3 and The Southern Comedy Players( 0:28:16)       
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Published: 2/08/2021 3:45:13 p.m.

The programme takes a look at what makes Dunedin the nation's heritage capital. The wonderful stock of historic buildings will be explored, as well as early European settlement, Maori life in past centuries and tales of gold. Thanks to the Southern Heritage Trust


Host: Southern Heritage Trust

Produced By: OAR FM Dunedin

Language: English

Category: History

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