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The Co-operative Global Radio Memories Project

The main website of the Radio Heritage Foundation is now

Most content on this legacy website is no longer actively maintained and may not be up-to-date. It is preserved on-line purely for historical interest as part of the Radio Heritage Foundation’s digital collection.


Using the vast resources of the Foundation and its Radio Heritage Partners, there are many opportunities for radio and TV documentaries and items for a wider audience.

We approach these in three streams VRH

  • radio and TV/Film projects of our own
  • radio and TV/Film projects in partnership with others, initiated by either ourselves or someone else
  • research, resources and assistance to others

We're currently developing criteria for each stream so this is only a general introduction. Please contact us if you have specific queries right now.

Radio New Zealand International

Previously, a series of eight radio documentaries were broadcast over Radio New Zealand International during 2004-2014 covering a variety of topics. These were heard in the Mailbox program and versions of each documentary can be heard or downloaded here along with an automatically generated license for non-commercial personal use (as of early 2005).

Broadcasters interested in using the documentaries should contact us. We encourage and welcome inquiries. For example, the 20 minute documentary on 1ZM has already been broadcast over the global radio network of Adventist World Radio, WRMI Miami and via Radio Canada International DRM transmission.

An audio archive of these documentaries can be found by clicking here.

Radio New Zealand International. Radio New Zealand International is a Radio Heritage Partner and has been broadcasting to the Pacific since 1948.


Radio Heritage Foundation projects and activities connect radio, popular culture, history and heritage.

The charitable trust has been giving a voice to those involved in radio via our website since 2004 and will continue to do so.

We are inclusive of all visitors, regardless of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, or disability and aim to connect people of all ages and cultures who love radio

We welcome a sense of wonder from the joy of listening via radio, and from memories retold for the enjoyment of all generations.

We prefer to use environmentally sustainable goods and services where we can afford to, and we provide free community access worldwide to our collections, published research, preservation and promotion activities in a completely paper-free environment.

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