Ceremony Of Remembrance From The Cenotaph

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20091108

In the year when the UK bade farewell to its last First World War veteran Harry Patch and marked the 70th anniversary of the beginning of Second World War, Nicholas Witchell sets the scene in Whitehall as the nation remembers the sacrifices made by so many in two World Wars and more recent conflicts.

The traditional music of remembrance is played by the massed bands and, after the Last Post and two minutes' silence, Her Majesty the Queen lays the first wreath on behalf of the nation and Commonwealth.

The Bishop of London leads a short Service of Remembrance.

During the March Past, veterans and those serving in the armed forces today share their thoughts.

Nicholas Witchell sets the scene in Whitehall as the nation remembers.

20101114

Nicholas Witchell sets the scene in London's Whitehall for the solemn ceremony when the nation remembers the sacrifice made by so many in the two World Wars and in other more recent conflicts.

The traditional music of remembrance is played by the massed bands and, after the Last Post and Two Minutes Silence, Her Majesty the Queen lays the first wreath on behalf of nation and commonwealth.

The Bishop of London leads a short Service of Remembrance, then, during the March Past, both veterans and those involved in present conflicts throughout the world share their thoughts.

Producer: Stephen Shipley.

Nicholas Witchell is the commentator at the Ceremony of Remembrance at the Cenotaph.

20111113

Nicholas Witchell sets the scene in London's Whitehall for the solemn ceremony when the nation remembers the sacrifice made by so many in the two World Wars and in other more recent conflicts.

The traditional music of remembrance is played by the massed bands and, after the Last Post and Two Minutes Silence, Her Majesty the Queen lays the first wreath on behalf of nation and commonwealth.

The Bishop of London leads a short Service of Remembrance; then, during the March Past, both veterans and those involved in present conflicts throughout the world share their thoughts.

Producer: Simon Vivian.

Nicholas Witchell is the commentator at the Ceremony of Remembrance at the Cenotaph.

20121111

Nicholas Witchell sets the scene in London's Whitehall for the solemn ceremony when the nation remembers the sacrifice made by so many in the two World Wars and in other more recent conflicts. The traditional music of remembrance is played by the massed bands and, after the Last Post and Two Minutes Silence, Her Majesty the Queen lays the first wreath on behalf of nation and commonwealth. The Bishop of London leads a short Service of Remembrance; then, during the March Past, both veterans and those involved in present conflicts throughout the world share their thoughts.

Producer: Philip Billson.

20131110

Nicholas Witchell sets the scene in London's Whitehall for the solemn ceremony when the nation remembers the sacrifice made by so many in the two world wars and in other more recent conflicts.

The traditional music of remembrance is played by the massed bands. After the Last Post and Two Minutes Silence, Her Majesty the Queen lays the first wreath on behalf of nation and commonwealth, before The Bishop of London leads a short Service of Remembrance. During the March Past, both veterans and those involved in present conflicts throughout the world share their thoughts.

Producer: Simon Vivian.

20131110

Nicholas Witchell sets the scene in London's Whitehall for the solemn ceremony when the nation remembers the sacrifice made by so many in the two world wars and in other more recent conflicts.

The traditional music of remembrance is played by the massed bands. After the Last Post and Two Minutes Silence, Her Majesty the Queen lays the first wreath on behalf of nation and commonwealth, before The Bishop of London leads a short Service of Remembrance. During the March Past, both veterans and those involved in present conflicts throughout the world share their thoughts.

Producer: Simon Vivian.

20141109

Nicholas Witchell sets the scene in London's Whitehall for the solemn ceremony when the nation remembers the sacrifice made by so many in the two world wars and in other more recent conflicts. This year a particular focus of the thoughts of many at the ceremony will be the centenary of the start of World War I as well as the 70th anniversary of the D Day landings; this year veterans of D Day will march past the cenotaph as an entity for the last time.

The traditional music of remembrance is played by the massed bands. After the Last Post and Two Minutes Silence, Her Majesty the Queen lays the first wreath on behalf of nation and commonwealth, before The Bishop of London leads a short Service of Remembrance. During the March Past, both veterans and those involved in present conflicts throughout the world share their thoughts.

Producer: Katharine Longworth.

20151108

Coverage of the solemn ceremony in London's Whitehall which remembers the sacrifices made in two world wars and other conflicts.

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The Queen leads the traditional

Wreath-laying ceremony at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London. With commentary from Eric Robson. Plus a report from north-east India in which Mike Wooldridge reflects on the sacrifices made there during the Second World War. Including at 11.00 a two-minute silence. Producer Denis Nowlan

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Unknown: Eric Robson.

Unknown: Mike Wooldridge

Producer: Denis Nowlan