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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 those who died in two World Wars. Commentator TOM FLEMING
Television presentation MICHAEL BEGG
"niohlights on BBC2 at 5.30 pm)
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

1914-1918 1939-1945
This morning
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, on behalf Of HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, lays his wreath of poppies at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, in memory of all those who died in two World Wars.
Commentator TOM FLEMING
Television presentation MICHAEL BEGG
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.
Commentator Tom Fleming Television presentation MICHAEL BEGG
• FEATURE: page 21
BBC One London

Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

Held in the Royal Albert Hall, London, in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother,
HRH The Princess Anne and other members of the Royal Family.
Combined Bands of the Grenadier, Coldstream and Irish Guards
(By permission of the Major-General Commanding the Household Division) Under the direction of Lt Col R.A. Ridings, ARCM, PSM
Trumpeters of the Life Guards
This year, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, Muster of the Standards includes many veteran associations, among them the Burma Star Association, Normandy Veterans, Dunkirk Veterans, Royal British Legion and the services.
Displays by the three services.
Community singing with Moira Anderson
Service of Remembrance conducted by The Rt. Rev. and Rt. Hon. Gerald A. Ellison assisted by Fr. John Seabrook, Chaplain, RAF Finningley and The Rev. Kenneth Slack, Past Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council
Festival narrator Humphrey Tilling
Commentator Raymond Baxter
Festival director MAJOR ROBERT TOMLINS
Festival producer BOB READER
Television presentation TIM MARSHALL
(Edited recording of this evening event. The service from the Cenotaph tomorrow at 10.30am)
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

In two world wars 1,695,000 Commonwealth men and women were killed on active service.
This morning, at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, Her Majesty The Queen lays her wreath of red poppies on behalf of the nation, in memory of those who laid down their lives.
The Bishop of London, The Rt Rev and Rt Hon
Graham Leonard , conducts a short act of worship. Music played by the MASSED BANDS OF
THE GUARDS DIVISION Director of Music
LT COL R.A. RIDINGS
Commentator Tom Fleming Television presentation IAN SMITH
BBC One London

* Cenotaph Remembrance

On this Remembrance
Sunday, Gary Davies invites the viewing congregation to join with him in prayers for those viewers who have written in during the last week.
Director ANN RICHARDSON Producer DAVID CRAIG
BBC One London

Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

Held in the Royal Albert Hall, London, in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother
Their Royal Highnesses The Prince and Princess of Wales
Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of York
HRH The Princess Anne and other members of the Royal Family
Bands of the Guards Division (by permission of the Major-General Commanding the Household Division) under the direction of Lt Col D. R. Kimberley,
MBE. LRAM, LGSM. FTCL, psm Trumpeters of the Household Cavalry
Organist Martin Howe
The Muster of the Legion Standards and Services
Displays by the three services Community singing with Moira Anderson
Service of Remembrance conducted by The Rt Rev Michael Mann , Dean of Windsor assisted by Fr Hugh Beattie , Senior Roman Catholic
Chaplain, London District and The Rev
Dr Donald English , Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council Festival narrator Humphrey Tilling
Commentator Raymond Baxter Festival director
MAJOR ROBERT TOMUNS
Festival producerBOB READER TV presentation TIM MARSHALL
(Edited recording of this evening's event. The service from the Cenotaph is tomorrow at 10.30 am)
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

Their Name Liveth for Evermore
This morning at the Cenotaph in Whitehall HM The Queen lays her wreath of red poppies, on behalf of the nation, in memory of those who laid down their lives in two world wars.
The Bishop of London,
The Rt Rev Graham Leonard conducts a short act of worship.
The morning ends with a great march past by the Royal British Legion. Music played by The Massed Bands of the Guards Division Director of music
Lt-Col D. R. Kimberley Commentator TOM FLEMING
Television presentation IAN SMITH
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

Their Name Liveth for
Evermore
This morning, at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, HM The Queen lays her wreath of red Flanders poppies on behalf of the nation, in memory of those who laid down their lives in the two world wars.
The Bishop of London, the Rt Rev Graham Leonard conducts a short act of worship. The morning ends with the great march past by the Royal British Legion and 6,000 ex-servicemen and women.
Music played by MASSED
BANDS OF THE GUARDS DIVISION andPIPERSOFTHEIRISHGUARDS Commentator Tom Fleming Senior director of music LT COL M.G. LANE
Television presentation IAN SMITH
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday

Their Name Liveth for Evermore
At the Cenotaph, Whitehall, HM The Queen lays her wreath of red Flanders poppies on behalf of the nation, in memory of those who laid down their lives in the two world wars.
The Bishop of London, the Rt Rev Graham Leonard , conducts a short act of worship. The morning ends with the great marchpast by the Royal British Legion and 6,000 ex-servicemen and women. Music played by the Massed Bands of the Guards Division and Pipers of the Scots Guards Senior director of music
LT COL M.G. LANE
Commentator TOM FLEMING Television presentation IAN SMITH
BBC One London

The Cenotaph

Live coverage of this morning's service in Whitehall when Her Majesty the Queen lays her wreath of red Flanders poppies on behalf of the nation in memory of those who laid down their lives in two world wars. On this Remembrance Sunday, the Bishop of London, the Rt Rev
Graham Leonard , conducts a short act of worship at the Cenotaph remembering those who made the great sacrifice. The morning ends with the march past by the Royal British Legion and over 6,000 ex-servicemen and women. Music played by the Massed
Bands of the Guards Division and Pipers of the Irish
Guards under the direction of their Acting Senior Director of Music,
Major Peter Hannam , BEM, Welsh Guards. Commentator:
David Dimbleby.
Television presentation IAN SMITH (Highlights at 7.15pm on BBC2)
BBC One London

The Cenotaph

On Remembrance Sunday
HM the Queen lays a wreath of red Flanders poppies at the Cenotaph on behalf of the nation, in memory of those who lost their lives in two world wars. Today also marks the 70th anniversary of bringing home the Unknown Warrior from France to lie in Westminster Abbey. At the Cenotaph, the Bishop of London, the Rt Rev Graham Leonard , conducts a short act of worship. The morning ends with the march past by the Royal British Legion and 7,000 ex-servicemen and women. David Dimbleby reports. Television presentation Ian Smith (Highlights at 9.35pm on BBC2)
0 INFO LINE: for details about this year's Poppy Appeal and information about the Royal British Legion and its work telephone 0[number removed].
BBC One London

The Cenotaph

In London this morning, HM the Queen lays her wreath of red Flanders poppies at the Cenotaph on behalf of the nation, in memory of those who laid down their lives in two world wars. Eric Robson describes the scene, live, as members of the Royal Family, as well as men and women from all walks of life gather in Whitehall on this first
Remembrance Sunday since the end of the Gulf War. At the Cenotaph, the Bishop of London, the Rt Rev and Rt Hon David Hope , conducts a short act of worship. The morning ends with a march past by the Royal British Legion and ex-servicemen and women.
Television presentation Joy Corbett Producer Ian Smith
(Highlights at 8.10pm on BBC2) • STEREO
BBC One London

The Cenotaph

Seventy-five years after
Passchendaele, 50 years after El Alamein , ten after the Falklands conflict and nearly two after the Gulf War, David Dimbleby describes the scene as people from all walks of life gather at the Cenotaph in Whitehall to pay tribute to those who have died for their country. On behalf of the nation, Her Majesty the Queen lays her wreath of red Flanders poppies in memory of those who lost their lives in the two world wars and the Bishop of London, the Rt Rev and Rt Hon David Hope , conducts a short act of worship, before the march past by the Royal British Legion and 9,000 ex-servicemen and women. With music played by the massed bands and pipes and drums of the Guards Division.
Television presentation Joy Corbett Producer ian Smith (Also on Radio 4) • STEREO
BBC One London

The Cenotaph

Her Majesty the Queen and other members of the Royal
Family lead the tributes to the country's war dead in the annual service of remembrance from the Cenotaph in London.
Eric Robson describes the scene as men and women from all walks of life gather in Whitehall. A short act of worship is followed by the two-minute silence and march past by ex-servicemen and women. TV presentation Peter Hylton-Cleaver Producer Ian Smith
BBC One London

Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

From the Royal Albert Hall, London, where Her Majesty the Queen, HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and other members of the Royal Family join Royal British Legion members for this annual event. The service is conducted by the Rt Rev Michael Mann. Narrated by Richard Baker, commentary Raymond Baxter. See today's choices.
Festival producer Bob Reader ; TV presentation Neil Eccles
Live coverage from the Cenotaph, 10.30am tomorrow
Subsequent programmes may run late.
BBC One London

The Cenotaph

Live from London. Her Majesty the Queen lays herwreath at the Cenotaph in memory of those who died in the service of their country. Tom Fleming describes the scene, and the Bishop of London, the Rt Revand Rt Hon David Hope , conducts a short act of worship, which is followed by the march of the Royal British Legion and 10,000 ex-servicemen and women.
Music is played by the Guards Division. TV presentation Peter Hylton Cleaver
Highlights can be seen tonight at 8.00pm on BBC2
BBC One London

Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

Coverage from the Royal Albert Hall, London, where earlier this evening the Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Mother and other members of the Royal Family join Royal British Legion members for this annual event. The service is conducted by the Rt Rev Michael Mann. Narrated by Richard Baker, commentary Raymond Baxter.
Festival producer Bob Reader; TV presentation Neil Eccles
Stereo Subtitled.....
Live coverage of the Remembrance Sunday service from the Cenotaph can be seen tomorrow at 10.30am
BBC One London

Remembrance Sunday - the Cenotaph

Live from London, Her Majesty the Queen lays herwreath at the Cenotaph in memory of those who died in the service oftheircountry. Tom Flemingdescribes the scene as over 10,000 ex-servicemen and women are expected to take part in the march past. Music from the massed band and pipes and drums of the Guards Division, Royal Marines and RAF Central Band. Highlights at 8.05pm on BBC2. TV production Peter Hylton Cleaver
BBC One London

Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance

In the 75th anniversary year of the Royal British Legion, Julian Tutt presents coverage from the Royal Albert Hall, London, where earlierthis evening the Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, and other members of the royal familyjoined Royal British Legion members forthis annual event.
The service is conducted by the Rt
Rev Michael Mann and the Festival will end with a minute's silence, as thousands of poppy petals fall in memory of those lives lost in combat. Narrated by Richard Baker.
Festival producer Bob Reader ; TV presentation
NeilEccles Stereo Live coverage of the Remembrance Sunday service from the Cenotaph can be seen tomorrow at 10.30am
Subsequent programmes may change






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