The Week We Went to War: Season 1, Episode 2

Episode #1.2 (8 Sep. 2009)

TV Episode  -   -  Documentary | War
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The heroes of the Home Front are celebrated to commemorate the week, 70 years ago, that Britain went to war with Nazi Germany. Also in this show, twenty-one-year-old student and MasterChef ... See full summary »

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Michael Aspel ...
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Tim Wonnacott ...
Himself - Antiques Expert
Ben Ellison ...
Himself - Chef
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Tony Benn ...
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Lionel Blair ...
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Lionel Blue ...
Himself (as Rabbi Lionel Blue)
Mike Brown ...
Himself - Home Front Historian
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Herself
Shirley Williams ...
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The heroes of the Home Front are celebrated to commemorate the week, 70 years ago, that Britain went to war with Nazi Germany. Also in this show, twenty-one-year-old student and MasterChef contestant Ben Ellison spends a month living on wartime rations. Also a tribute is paid to Home Front hero Thomas Hopper Alderson, who won Britain's first George Cross after a German air raid on Bridlington, North Yorkshire. Written by Mark Smith <msmith@osi.co.uk>

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