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Rescuers Speaking
'Do we want to teach our children that Auschwitz was all there was?' Samuel Oliner was the only one of his family to survive the Holocaust. A
Polish peasant risked her life to save him. For the last seven years, Oliner has been collecting stories from people who rescued Jews in the Second World War. It is a project inspired by a personal debt of gratitude and a desire to recover the light of human decency from the blackness of Nazi-occupied Europe. In Rescuers Speaking, dramatised by Wilfred Harrison from Oliner's research, actors retell the true stories of some of those anonymous heroes.
Narrator Mark Kingston
Everyman editor JANE DRABBLE


Unknown: Samuel Oliner
Dramatised By: Wilfred Harrison
Editor: Masahiro Hirakudo
Editor: Photography John McGlashan
Director: David Willcock
Editor: Jane Drabble
Polish woman: Victoria Fairbrother
Italian priest: Alfred Molina
Dutch emigres: Elizabeth Benson
Dutch emigres: Richard Beale
Polish man: Philip Voss
Amsterdam couple: Sandra Voe, John Graham
Balwina: Maggie McCarthy
Shmulek Oliner: Daniel Eastland

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