Ben Brown presents the latest news with reports on the Centenary of the end of World War One from Nicholas Witchell, Mark Lowen and Duncan Kennedy.

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Episode credited cast:
Prince Charles ... Himself - Cenotaph Remembrance Service Attendee
Donald Trump ... Himself - US President / Himself - International Remembrance Arc de Triomphe Event Attendee
Vladimir Putin ... Himself - Russia President / Himself - International Remembrance Arc de Triomphe Event Attendee
Nicholas Witchell Nicholas Witchell ... Himself - Live Correspondent / Himself - Reporter
Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself - Cenotaph Remembrance Service Attendee
Emmanuel Macron ... Himself - French President / Himself - International Remembrance Arc de Triomphe Event Attendee / Himself - Speech Giver (French President)
Mark Lowen Mark Lowen ... Himself - Reporter
Yo-Yo Ma ... Himself - Performer, International Remembrance Arc de Triomphe Event
Duncan Kennedy Duncan Kennedy ... Himself - Reporter
Danny Boyle ... Himself - Interviewee (Film-maker and organiser of beach tributes to the fallen of WW1)
Ben Rich ... Himself - Weather Presenter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Bercow John Bercow ... Himself - Commons Speaker / Himself - Cenotaph Remembrance Service Attendee
Xavier Bettel Xavier Bettel ... Himself - Luxembourg Prime Minister / Himself - International Remembrance Arc de Triomphe Event Attendee
Ian Blackford Ian Blackford ... Himself - Cenotaph Remembrance Service Attendee / Himself - SNP Westminster Leader
Tony Blair ... Himself - Former Prime Minister / Himself - Cenotaph Remembrance Service Attendee
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Ben Brown presents the latest news marking the special Remembrance Sunday marking the Centenary of the end of World War One. Nicholas Witchell reports on the major state event at the Cenotaph. Mark Lowen reports on how the commemorations in Paris and other events across Europe. Duncan Kennedy reports on beach tributes across the UK with sand paintings of those to the fallen of the First World War. Written by Anoynmous

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English

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11 November 2018 (UK) See more »

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Features World War One Remembered (2014) See more »

Soundtracks

Oh What A Lovely War
Written by J.P. Long and Maurice Scott
Performed by Marching Bands at The Cenotaph
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