|File Number||ADD 1/1/141|
|Title||Remembrance Service - BBC Radio|
|Description||Main topics: Armistice Day broadcasts by F. Ware and J. Smuts; with press responses.|
|Content Note||Including:TS. copies of F. Ware's broadcasts for 1926; 1928-30; 1933-34..TS. copy of broadcast by head gardener R. Brook of Etaples; with introduction by Ware; 1935.Letter from Ware to J. Reith; 16 Nov. 1926.MS. letter and pr. leaflet from E. Boscawen; containing poem re Etaples cemetery; 7 Nov. 1927.Pr. booklet by F. Ware; 'Their Name Liveth For Evermore'; London; 1927; 6pp.'The Listener'; 13 Nov. 1929.'World Radio'; Vol. XVII; No.434; 17 Nov. 1933.File: Broadcast by General Smuts; containing TS. correspondence with J. Smuts; R. Kipling; High Commissioner for Australia; and BBC officials; with draft speech; re speaker to stand in for F. Ware on Armistice Day 1934; and re preparation of speech.|
|Date||1/1/1926 - 31/12/1935|
Show related Persons records.
|DS/UK/4||Kipling; (Joseph) Rudyard (1865-1936); writer and poet||1865-1936|
|DS/UK/2||Ware; Sir; Fabian Arthur Goulstone (1869-1949); newspaper editor and the founder of the Imperial War Graves Commission||1869-1949|