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Nobody Minded the Rain....


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Impressions of Coronation Day
Where were you on 2 June 1953? Perhaps you were one of the 20 million who watched the day's events on television; perhaps you were one of the hundreds of thousands who braved the cold and rain to cheer the Queen through the streets of London. Possibly you were one of the 7,000 present in Westminster Abbey for the Service, the most glittering ceremony that our tradition provides. This programme tells the story of Coronation Day and the preparations for it through the reminiscences of people who were there, including Lord Ramsey - then Bishop of Durham, Lord Eccles - then Minister of Works, Lady Rayne - one of the Queen's Maids of Honour, together with the many citizens who, for one reason or another, have good cause to remember the day, like the crewmen of the Lowestoft lifeboat who were among the few that missed the Coronation celebrations.
Research HELEN HOLMES Film editor RON RADDON
Written and produced by MARTIN L. BELL


Editor: Ron Raddon
Produced By: Martin L. Bell

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Nobody Minded the Rain....

BBC Two England, 2 June 1983 21.35

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