This Sunday August 31 is the 40th anniversary of the death of Prime Minister Norman Kirk. In 1972, Kirk broke National’s 12-year grip on power and became Labour’s first New Zealand-born PM. Two years later, our 29th Prime Minister was dead at just 51. He had become one of the country’s most-loved leaders. As his body lay in state near the steps of Parliament, a kaumatua cried ‘the mighty totara has fallen.’ This collection features classic television interviews, speeches, and current affairs reports about ‘Big Norm.’ (Six titles)

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