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TRIAL BY INQUIRY Storm over Beauvais


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What caused the airship R101 to crash on her maiden flight in 1930? And why did the flight take place at all, when the ship was known not to be ready for it?
Written by ARTHUR SWINSON with a personal reminiscence by Wing-Commander T. R. CAVE-BROWNE-CAVE C.B.E. ,
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Written By: Arthur Swinson
Unknown: Wing-Commander T. R. Cave-Browne-Cave C.B.E.
Produced By: Stanley Williamson
Narrator: Russell Napier
Sir John Simon: William Fox
Sir William Jowitt: Noel Johnson
Sir Stafford Cripps: George Hagan
Colonel Moore-Brabazon: Gordon Faith
Air Marshal Sir John Higgins: Antony Viccars
Colonel Outram: Ronald Harvi
Air Vice-Marshal Dowding: Geoffrey Banks
Mr Cook: Henry Livings
Mr MeWade: Alex Glasgow
Dr Simpson: Alan Haines

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TRIAL BY INQUIRY Storm over Beauvais

BBC Home Service Basic, 4 November 1965 20.35

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