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: A Service of Remembrance

From the Cenotaph, Whitehall.
10.30 The Bands of His Majesty's Grenadier, Coldstream, Scots, and Welsh Guards.
11.0 - The Silence, followed by a short service conducted by the Right Rev. and Right Hon. the Lord Bishop of London

: November 11: A Document of War and Peace

Including poems by Archibald McLeish and Siegfried Sassoon, and a commentary written by Cecil Lewis, read by Nesta Sawyer and Howard Marshall, with film extracts from "West Front, 18", directed by G.W. Pabst, and a Peace Sequence compiled by L.G. Barbrook. Music by Elgar and Delius.

Contributors

Commentary written by: Cecil Lewis
[Commentary] read by: Nesta Sawyer
[Commentary] read by: Howard Marshall
Film sequences: L.G. Barbrook
Production: D.H. Munro

: The Cenotaph

The scenes at and around the Cenotaph, Whitehall, with a descriptive commentary by Thomas Woodrooffe.

Contributors

Commentary: Thomas Woodrooffe

: Thelma Reiss (cello) and The Fleet Street Choir

(to 16.00)

Contributors

Cellist: Thelma Reiss
Singers: The Fleet Street Choir

: Journey's End

by R.C. Sherriff.
The scene is a dug-out in the British trenches before St. Quentin, March, 1918.
(to 22.00)

Contributors

Writer: R.C. Sherriff
Production: George More O'Ferrall
Stanhope: Reginald Tate
Osborne: Basil Gill
Trotter: Norman Pierce
Raleigh: Wallace Douglas
The Colonel: J. Neil More
The Company Sergeant-Major: R. Brooks Turner
Mason: Alexander Field
Hardy: Reginald Smith
A young German soldier: Olaf Olsen








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