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BBC One London

Service of Remembrance

from The Cenotaph, Whitehall.
1914-1918: 1939-1945
Outside Broadcast cameras join in the act of remembrance of the dead of two World Wars.
Scene described by Richard Dimbleby.

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BBC One London

Remembrance Day: 1914-1918; 1939-1945

A Service of Remembrance from the Cenotaph, Whitehall and a Village War Memorial in Wales as the nation remembers the dead of two world wars.
Scene described by Tom Fleming.
BBC One London

Remembrance Day: Fifty Years After 1918-1968

Produced by John Vernon and Philip S. Gilbert with the co-operation of the Belgian Television Service
An edited recording can be seen tonight at 11.37
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BBC One London

Remembrance Day: Fifty Years After 1918-1968

An edited recording of this morning's Service of Remembrance from the Cenotaph in Whitehall, and from a battlefield in Europe
Described by Tom Fleming
Produced by John Vernon and Philip S. Gilbert with the co-operation of the Belgian Television Service

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BBC One London

Remembrance Day

1914-1918; 1939-1945
The Service of Remembrance from the Cenotaph, Whitehall, as the nation remembers the dead of two World Wars
Described by Tom Fleming
BBC One London

Remembrance Day

1914-1918; 1939-1945

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the unveiling of the Cenotaph in Whitehall and the laying to rest of the Unknown Soldier in Westminster Abbey. Today's Service of Remembrance, which also commemorates the 25th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, comes from Whitehall and Westminster Abbey.
Scene described by Tom Fleming
BBC One London

Remembrance Day

1914-1918: 1939-1945
Today's Service of Remembrance comes from the Cenotaph in Whitehall where HM The Queen leads the nation's homage and from a home for disabled servicemen, as we remember not only those who gave their lives, but also those who still suffer as a result of two World Wars.
Described by Tom Fleming
(Colour)
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

1914-1918; 1939-1945
From the Cenotaph in Whitehall where HM The Queen leads the Nation's homage to the dead of two World Wars and from six British and Commonwealth War Cemeteries in the Far East.
Scene described by Tom Fleming
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

1914-1918; 1939-1945
From the Cenotaph in Whitehall where HM The Queen leads the Nation's homage to the dead of two World Wars; and from eight places in Europe that have shared the tragedy of these and other conflicts.
Scene described by Tom Fleming
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

1914-1918; 1939-1945 from the Cenotaph in Whitehall where
HM The Queen leads the Nation's homage to the dead of two World Wars; from Normandy 30 years after D-Day; and from a cemetery in Belgium 60 years after the first battle of the Great War.
Scene described by TOM FLEMING
Directors ANTONY CRAXTON and PHILIP S. GILBERT
Remembering the Somme: page I
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

1914-1918 1939-1945
From the Cenotaph in Whitehall where HM The Queen leads the Nation's Homage to the dead of two World Wars; from Gallipoli 60 years after the landings that cost 50,000 lives; and from memorials in England and Japan 30 years after the ending of the War in Europe and the Far East. Described by Tom Fleming.
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday 1914-1918 1939-1945

from the Cenotaph in Whitehall where
HM The Queen leads the Nation's Homage to the dead of two
World Wars; from a World War cemetery in England, a battlefield in Europe and also from a hospital for ex-servicemen in Scotland.
Scenes described by TOM FLEMING
Directors ANTONY CRAXTON , GERALDINE COLE
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

1914-1918 1939-1945
At the Cenotaph in Whitehall
HM The Queen leads the Nation's homage to the dead of two World wars; at the cross or sacrifice in the British War Cemetery above Jerusalem, wreaths are laid 60 years after the capture of the Holy City in 1917. Commentator TOM FLEMING
Directed by ANTONY CRAXTON
BBC One London

Armistice - and After

A special documentary programme to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of the Great War.
Presented by the distinguished journalist and historian John Grigg.
Sixty years ago this week, the most terrible war the world had known was coming to an end after 52 months of heroism, sacrifice and suffering. At 5.0 am on 11 November 1918 the Armistice was signed and at 11.0 am hostilities ceased-though, tragically, men were being killed up to the very stroke of that llth hour.
This documentary, filmed in France, Belgium and Britain, shows how the Great War reached its dramatic conclusion and how people reacted to the coming of peace. It describes the origin and meaning of those emotionally charged institutions imperishably associated with that war - the cult of the Unknown Warrior, the Flanders Poppy and Armistice Day itself, with its unforgettable two minutes silence. And it asks the question: should we go on remembering?
Written by JOHN GRIGG and MALCOLM BROWN Research SHIRLEY SEATON Photography JIM PEIRSON Sound JULIAN BALDWIN
Film editor LES NEWMAN Produced by MALCOLM BROWN
(When the Guns Stopped Firing, next Saturday 10.15 pm on Radio 4; next Sunday, the Cenotaph Service on BBCl)
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

1914-1918; 1939-1945 In Flanders Fields
I the Poppies Blow
HM The Queen lays her wreath of poppies at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, in memory of all those who died in two World Wars.
Commentator TOM FLEMING
Directed by MICHAEL LUMLEY
(Shortened repeat on BBC2, 9.55 pm)
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

1914-1918; 1939-1945
Sixty years ago on 11 November 1919 the first Service of Remembrance was held. This morning
Her Majesty The Queen lays her wreath of poppies at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, in memory of all those who died in two World Wars.
Commentator TOM FLEMING
Directed by MICHAELLUMLEY See page 3
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

1[number removed]-1945
Scenes from today's Cenotaph ceremony in Whitehall
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

1914-1918; 1939-1945
Sixty years ago HM King
George V unveiled the Cenotaph in Whitehall on the same day on which The Unknown Warrior was buried in Westminster Abbey.
This morning Her Majesty The Queen lays her wreath in memory of all who died in two World Wars. Commentator TOM FLEMING
Directed by MICHAEL LUMLEY
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday 1914-1918; 1939-1945

This morning Her Majesty The Queen lays her wreath of poppies at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, in memory of all those who died in two World Wars.

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