Follow the link below to listen to Henare Te Ua interview Warren Lindberg, Director of the New Zealand AIDS Foundation, on the latest information on HIV/AIDS in Aotearoa New Zealand in 1995. The interview is followed [at 16:20] by an interview with Father Michael Bancroft about the new Book of Remembrance - commemorating those who have died from AIDS related conditions. Following the interviews [at 25:10] the Auckland Gay and Lesbian Choir (now GALS) perform two waiata recorded in 1993 at St Matthew's in the City: Over the Rainbow and E Tu.
The recording is part of the Nga Taonga Sound & Vision radio collection, listen to it here
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