Clive Myrie presents the latest news with reports on the Centenary of the end of World War One from Nicholas Witchell, Katya Adler, Duncan Kennedy and Adina Campbell. Other news reports are from James Cook

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Prince Charles ... Himself - Cenotaph Remembrance Service Attendee / Himself - National Service of Remembrance Attendee
Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself - Cenotaph Remembrance Service Attendee / Herself - National Service of Remembrance 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 - Reporter
Frank-Walter Steinmeier ... Himself - President of Germany / National Service of Remembrance Attendee
Emmanuel Macron ... Himself - French President / Himself - International Remembrance Arc de Triomphe Event Attendee / Himself - Speech Giver (French President)
Katya Adler Katya Adler ... Herself - Reporter (Europe Editor) / Herself - Europe Editor
Jens Stoltenberg Jens Stoltenberg ... Himself - Contributor (NATO Secretary General)
Angela Merkel ... Herself - German Chancellor / Himself - International Remembrance Arc de Triomphe Event Attendee
Duncan Kennedy Duncan Kennedy ... Himself - Reporter
Danny Boyle ... Himself - Interviewee (Film-maker and organiser of beach tributes to the fallen of WW1)
James Cook James Cook ... Himself - Reporter
Katie McCrary Katie McCrary ... Herself - Interviewee (looking for grandchildren caught up in the Californian wildfires)
Mark Lorenzen Mark Lorenzen ... Himself - Speech Giver (Ventura County Fire Chief)
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Clive Myrie 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 events in the UK. Katya Adler reports on how Europe Remembers. Duncan Kennedy reports on beach tributes across the UK with sand paintings of those to the fallen of the First World War. Adina Campbell reports on events in Accrington to mark the Armistice Centenary as the Accrington pals were one of the first volunteer battalions formed when fighting began who suffered great losses in World War One. In other news James Cook reports on the Governor of California urging President Donald Trump to call the huge wildfires a national emergency to ease up funding for the emergency response. 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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