Hellen Isobel Frizzell discusses oral history in New Zealand, and her role as the Oral Historian for Presbyterian Support Services. The interview also contains a candid conversation between Ellis and Frizzell in which they discuss the practice of oral history and relate their particular expertises.
Tony Murdoch, the Head of the Department of Social Studies at Aranui High School discusses the American Studies program that he supervises. Due to the interview location the sound quality is relatively poor.
Betty Connor, Department Head of History and Social Studies, discusses how American History is taught at Queen Victoria College (School for Maori Girls), known in the Maori language as Te Kura Kuini Wikitoria. She also gives an account of the school's history, which stretches back into the 19th Century.
Tom Curham discusses the History curriculum at Auckland Teachers College, which changed its name and status in 1985 and combined with another institution, the Secondary Teachers College of Auckland, to become the Auckland College of Education.
Graham Hucker discusses the curriculum he followed while instructing students at Palmerston North Boys High School, as well as his duties as the Head of the Social Studies Department at the Palmerston North College of Education.