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D-Day

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The factual events of 6 June 1944 are well documented - but what were the experiences of those who took part? This drama-documentary combines the stories of frontline soldiers, French Resistance operatives, a war photographer and rival commanders, with archive footage and interviews to re-create the story of the Normandy landings.
Writer Andrew Bampfield
Executive producer/Director Richard Dale

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Bampfield
Director: Richard Dale
Narrator: Ian Holm
Gen Eisenhower: David Lyon
Kay Summersby: Tracey Moore
Group Captain James Stagg: Graham McTavish
Ike's aide: Mark McKerracher
John Masterman: Andrew Havill
Tomas Harris: Mathew Bose
Garbo: Daniel Cerqueira
Mrs Garbo: Meritxell Lavanchy
Robert Capa: Doug Rao
Pinky: Lucy Chalkley
John Morris: Alan Westaway
Myers: Jon Millington
Collins: Michael Gibson
Lt Gen Morgan: Ian Undsay
Admiral: William Neenan
Pte Sid Capon: Andrew Brooke

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