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The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance


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direct from the Royal Albert Hall, London, where in the presence ofHM The Queen and other members of the Royal
Family, representatives of the Legion from all over the country assemble to honour all those who have died in the service of their country.
Peter Jones introduces highlights of the Muster and the Service displays which precede the community singing.
Moira Anderson leads the singing of well-remembered songs including 'Goodbye, Dolly Gray', 'Bless 'em all', and 'Till the boys come home'.
The Service of Remembrance is conducted by The Rt Rev Michael Mann , Dean of Windsor, assisted by Fr Hugh Beattie, MBE. RA, CHD, Senior Roman Catholic Chaplain,
London District, representing The Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, and The Rev Dr Donald English , MA, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council.
Music from the Bands of the Guards Division, and Trumpeters of the Household
Cavalry. Conductor Lt-Col D.R. Kimberley , MBE. LRAM. ARCM. LGSM. FTCL. psm. Director of Music,
Grenadier Guards and Senior Director of Music, Guards Division.
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Introduces: Peter Jones
Unknown: Moira Anderson
Unknown: Michael Mann
Assisted By: Fr Hugh
Unknown: Dr Donald English
Conductor: Lt-Col D.R. Kimberley
Producers: Caroune Elliot
Producers: Peter Griffiths

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The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

BBC Radio 2, 8 November 1986 20.00

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