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Did You Know?

During the devastating Western Area floods of February 1955, 2DU broadcast 24 hours a day from the upstairs foyer after the downstairs studios were completely flooded. Mr Walter T Grant (Manager) rang business owners and warned them of the rising river. Extra telephones were set up, and messages taken from listeners in flood-prone areas were read over the air. Telegrams were broadcast on behalf of the Post Office.

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2DU still has (on display) the very first microphone used at the station (pictured above with station founder Doug Holmes, and below more recently with Clive Robertson).

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2DU once had a branch studio in Wellington. During the 1950′s, Ron Larkin presented some of the morning and afternoon sessions from there, and conducted the Wellington edition of Teen Time on Thursdays.

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