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: Armistice Day

The Service of Remembrance from the Cenotaph, Whitehall.
(to 11.10)

: Armistice Day

The scenes at and around the Cenotaph, Whitehall, with a descriptive commentary by Thomas Woodrooffe.


Commentary: Thomas Woodrooffe

: The White Chateau

by Reginald Berkeley.
With Antoinette Cellier, A.R. Whatmore, Edward Lexy, Harold Scott, William Hutchison, Bernard Miles, Eric Powley, Ivor Barnard, George Woodbridge, Ben Wright, Erik Chitty, Richard George, Peter Ashmore, Claude Bailey, George Bishop, Hans Wengraf, Peter Scott, Frank Thornton-Bassett, Alex McCrindle, Jean Winstanley, Mary Hinton, Yvonne Sinclair, and Ivan Samson.
And with the co-operation of members of the 53rd (London) Medium Brigade, R.A., T.A., and the 7th Bn. the Middlesex Regiment, T.A.
Music from Sibelius's Second Symphony, verse from the works of Cecil Day Lewis, Wilfred Owen, T. S. Eliot, W. H. Auden, and Ezra Pound.
Scene 1: The dining-room of the White Chateau, August, 1914.
Scene 2: The same, December, 1914.
Scene 3: A trench in the grounds of the White Chateau, 1917.
Scene 4: The ruins of the White Chateau, 1918.
Scene 5: A hospital, 1918.
Scene 6: The garden of the White Chateau, 1919.


Author: Reginald Berkeley
Production: Royston Morley
Diane van Eysen: Antoinette Cellier
Deputy Chief-of-Staff: A.R. Whatmore
Sergeant Major Lewis: Edward Lexy
Gun Sergeant: Edward Lexy
The Chancellor: Harold Scott
Captain Luttrell: William Hutchison
Commander-in-Chief: Bernard Miles
Charles van Eysen: Eric Powley
Private Waters: Ivor Bernard
Private Cossington: Ivor Barnard
Trooper of Uhlans: George Woodbridge
Sergeant Harvey: George Woodbridge
Jacques van Eysen: Ben Wright
Private Mason: Ben Wright
A British Soldier: Ben Wright
(Trooper of Uhlans: Erik Chitty
Orderly: Erik Chitty
Linesman: Erik Chitty
Chief-of-Staff: Richard George
Stretcher-Bearer: Richard George
A British Soldier: Richard George
Trooper of Uhlans: Peter Ashmore
Lieutenant Barrington: Peter Ashmore
Lewis Gunner: Peter Ashmore
Captain Braithwaite: Claude Bailey
A British Soldier: Claude Bailey
Staff Colonel: George Bishop
Artillery Liaison Officer Williams: George Bishop
Officer of Uhlans: Hans Wengraf
Aide-de-Camp: Peter Scott
Second Lieutenant Matheson: Peter Scott
American Doctor: Frank Thornton-Bassett
Sentry: Alex McCrindle
A British Soldier: Alex McCrindle
Violet Cording: Jean Winstanley
Madame van Eysen: Mary Hinton
Kitchen Maid: Yvonne Sinclair
Army Nursing Sister: Yvonne Sinclair
The Voice: Ivan Samson

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