Nation Shall Speak Peace Unto Nation

Various Artists

Release Date:

2000-01-01

Record Label:

Foyer

  1. 79,00 kr
  2. 98,00 kr

Disc 1 of 4

Track NumberTrack TitleTrack LengthTrack Price/Buy Link
1

Chimes Of Big Ben, The BBC Calling The World From London

by John Snagge

0:37
2

Writtle Calling

by Peter Eckersley

1:17
3

Brown Eyes Why Are You Blue

by The Savoy Orpheans

1:18
4

Last Night On The Back Porch

by Savoy Havana Band

0:28
5

Opening Of Savoy Hill 1923

by Lord Gainford

1:20
6

Il Trovatore: Stride la vampa

by Irene Minghini-Cattaneo

1:26
7

Auntie Aggie Of The BBC

by Tommy Lorne

0:27
8

I Love Lassie

by Harry Lauder

0:56
9

Nightingales In Surrey Wood With Beatrice Harrison: Songs My Mother Taught Me

by Beatrice Harrison

1:06
10

Do That Heebie Jeebie Dance

by Sidney Firman

0:54
11

My Photograph

by A.J. Alan

1:13
12

Opening Of Tutankhamun's Tomb

by Dr. Howard Carter

1:35
13

Tutankhamun's Trumpet

by Dr. Howard Carter

0:24
14

Christopher Stone Introducing Gramophone Record Programme

by Christopher Stone

0:30
15

Love's Old Sweet Song

by Essie Ackland

0:52
16

If My Songs Were Only Winged

by Albert Sandler

0:51
17

The First Radio Padre

by Rev. John A. Mayo

1:00
18

The General Strike 1926, News Item

by Rear-Admiral C.D. Carpendale

1:58
19

Flight From England To Australia And Back By De Haviland Seaplane 50, 30.6.26 - 1.10.26

by Sir Alan Cobham

1:46
20

Heavyweight Championship, Tommy Farr Versus Joe Louis

by Bob Bowman

1:11
21

Say It With Music

by Jack Payne and His BBC Dance Orchestra

0:41
22

Extract From Speech On Conversion Of War Loan, 1.7.32

by The Rt. Hon. Stanley Baldwin

0:32
23

Short Exctract From Speech By The Prime Minister On The Political Situation, 25.8.31

by The Rt. Hon. J. Ramsay MacDonald

0:30
24

Short Extract From Talk On Communication, 19.11.32

by Herbert George Wells

0:40
25

Happydays Are Here Again

by John Henry And Blossom

0:13
26

Short Extract From "Joe Murgatroyd's Letter"

by Gillie Potter

0:46
27

Reminiscences Of Hogsnorton

by H.M. King George V

0:36
28

First Christmas Day Message From Sandringham, 25.12.32

by René Cutworth

2:27

Disc 2 of 4

Track NumberTrack TitleTrack LengthTrack Price/Buy Link
1

In Town Tonight. Introductory Sequence And Knightsbridge March

by Eric Coates

0:49
2

Sally

by Gracie Fields

0:30
3

Where The Blue Of The Night

by Bing Crosby

0:23
4

Here's To The Next Time

by Henry Hall

0:35
5

Speech From Reichstag, 30.1.34

by Adolf Hitler

0:28
6

Speech At 2nd Quinquennial Fascist Assembly, Rome, 18.3.34

by Benito Mussolini

0:23
7

Speech On The Political Implications Of Death Of President von Hindenburg, 2.8.34

by Dr. Joseph Goebbels

0:37
8

Joseph Joseph

by Ambrose & His Orchestra

0:41
9

Whispering

by Roy Fox and His Band

0:40
10

Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

by Charlie Kunz

0:34
11

Outbreak Of Italo-Abyssinian War. News Bulletin, 3.10.35

by BBC Archive

0:44
12

Music Hall. Opening Signature Tune

by Philip Slessor

0:50
13

Illness Of H.M. King George V. Special Announcement, 20.1.36

by Stuart Hibberd

0:47
14

Death Of H.M. King George V. Announcement, 12:15 am, 21.1.36

by Sir John Reith

0:46
15

Passing Bell

by BBC Archive

0:12
16

Funeral Of .H.M. King George V. Commentary From Westminster Hall, 28.1.36

by Charles Siepmann

1:08
17

Message To The Empire, 1.3.36

by H.M. King Edward VIII

1:14
18

In The Mood

by Joe Loss and his Orchestra

0:37
19

German Re-occupation Of The Rhineland. News Bulletin, 7.3.36

by Freddy Grisewood

1:21
20

Opening Of Olympic Games In Berlin; Speech Followed By Singing Of Olympic Hymn, Conducted By Richard Strauss, 1.8.36

by Adolf Hitler

1:53
21

Opening Of BBC Television Service At Alexandra Palace. Announcement, 2.11.36

by Leslie Mitchell

0:35
22

Abdication Of H.M. King Edward VIII. Farewell Speech, 11.12.26

by H.R.H. The Prince Edward

2:46
23

Coronation Of H.M. King George VI And H.M. Queen Elizabeth. Recognition - Westminster Abbey, 12.5.37

by The Archbishop Of Canterbury

1:16
24

Royal Naval Review, Spithead 20.5.37

by Lieutenant-Commander Thomas Woodrooffe

0:29
25

Monday Night At Seven. Introduction And Opening Signature Tune

by Judy Shirley

0:38
26

Band Waggon, Excerpt "Chestnut Corner"

by Richard Murdoch

1:33
27

Entry Of Germant Into Austria. Recordings Made At Linz, 12.3.38

by BBC Archive

0:38
28

Ragtime Cowboy Joe

by Geraldo And His Orchestra

0:38
29

The Prime Minister, The Rt. Hon. Neville Chamberlain Returns From Munich, 30.9.38

by Lieutenant-Commander Thomas Woodrooffe

0:27
30

Invasion Of Poland. News Bulleten 1.9.39

by Lionel Marson

0:41
31

Evacuation Of Children From Waterloo Station

by Seymour Jolly de Lotbiniere

0:41
32

Outbreak Of War With Germany. Announcement By The Prime Minister, 3.9.39

by The Rt. Hon. Neville Chamberlain

0:52

Disc 3 of 4

Track NumberTrack TitleTrack LengthTrack Price/Buy Link
1

The Fall Of France. Extract From Speech By The Prime Minister, 17.6.40

by The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill

1:51
2

Air Raid Sirens Followed By "Battle Of Britain" News Bulletin of 15.9.40

by Alvar Lidell

1:03
3

Air Raid On London. Actuality Recording From Roof And Adjoining Sreets Of Broadcasting House

by BBC Archive

0:31
4

ITMA. Introduction From Special Performance For The Home Fleet, At Scapa Flow

by Tommy Handley

1:09
5

Garrison Theatre. Introduction Followed By Nursey Nursey

by Jack Warner

1:07
6

Sincerely Yours. Wishing Will Make It So

by Vera Lynn

0:32
7

British Submarines In Mediterranean. News Bulletin 5.9.41

by Frank Phillips

0:24
8

Sincerely Yours. We'll Meet Again

by Vera Lynn

0:24
9

News Bulletin, 7.9.41

by Frederick Allen

0:22
10

Colonel Britton On The V For Victory Call Sign. 31.7.41

by Douglas Ritchie

1:05
11

El Alamein. War Report

by Godfrey Talbot

0:37
12

Lilli Marlene

by Lale Anderson

1:01
13

Advance Of 8th Army In Western Desert. News Bulletin, 4.11.42

by Bruce Belfrage

0:36
14

Shipmates Ashore. Opening Signature Tune

by Doris Hare

0:32
15

Hi Gang! Signature Tune And Introduction

by Ben Lyon

0:19
16

Far Eastern Situation. News Bulletin, 8.12.41

by Wilfred Pickles

0:22
17

Happidrome, We Three

by Harry Korris

0:55
18

Merry-Go-Round (RAF Edition), Much-Binding-In-The-Marsh

by Richard Murdoch

0:55
19

The Radio Doctor - On Indigestion

by Dr. Charles Hill

1:01
20

Worker's Playtime

by Bill Gates

0:34
21

Capitulation Of Italy, News Bulletin, 8.9.43

by John Snagge

0:21
22

Ack-Ack Beer-Beer. Opening Signature Tune

by Kenneth Horne

1:04
23

The Brains Trust

by Donald McCullough

0:19
24

The Old Town Hall. Closing Signature Tune

by Clay Keyes

0:40
25

Italy Declares War On Germany, News Bulletin, 13.10.43

by Freddy Grisewood

0:20
26

Moonlight Serenade

by Glenn Miller & His Orchestra

0:35
27

D-Day Landings On Normandy Coast, News Item, 6.6.44

by John Snagge

0:31
28

Mitchell Bomber Over Normandy Coast

by Air Commodore W. Helmore

1:15
29

Broadcast At 0730 Hours On D-Day

by Dwight D Eisenhower

0:22
30

Lilliburlero

by Band Of The Scots Guards

0:09
31

D-Day, War Report

by Richard Dimbleby

0:16
32

Invasion, War Report, 8.8.44

by Howard Marshall

0:19
33

Battle For Channel Ports

by Joseph McLeod

0:19
34

Capture Of Brussels, News Item Followed By Bands And Crowds Singing Quand Madelon After The Liberation, 4.9.44

by John Snagge

0:42
35

Allied Airborne Landings In Holland, 17.9.44. Announcement And War Report From Arnhem

by Stanley Maxted

1:20
36

Link-Up With Russian Army. War Report, 25.4.45

by Frank Gillard

0:23
37

White Cliffs Of Dover

by Vera Lynn

0:36
38

Death Of Hitler, Special Announcement, 1.5.45

by BBC Archive

0:22
39

Surrender Of German Armed Forces In Italy, 2.5.45

by Frederick Allen

0:18
40

Capture Of Berlin, News Item, 2.5.45

by Stuart Hibberd

0:17
41

VE-Day, Winston Churchill Announces Victory In Europe, Followed By Crowds Singing Tipperary, 8.5.45

by The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill

1:24
42

Atomic Bomb On Hiroshima, 6.8.45

by Frank Phillips

0:22
43

Japanese Surrender Signed, Tokyo Bay, News Item, 2.9.45

by Freddy Grisewood

0:33

Disc 4 of 4

Track NumberTrack TitleTrack LengthTrack Price/Buy Link
1

F.A. Cup Final, Charlton V. Burnley, 1947. "The Ball Bursts"

by Raymond Glendenning

0:46
2

Oxford V. Cambridge Boat Race, 1949

by John Snagge

0:43
3

Wedding Of H.R.H. The Princess Elizabeth And The Prince Philip, Commentary Followed By The National Anthem, 20.11.47

by Frank Gillard

1:26
4

Mrs. Dale's Diary

by Ellis Powell

0:29
5

Have A Go. Introductory Sequence And Have A Go Joe

by Wilfred Pickles

0:45
6

Ignorance Is Bliss. Introductory Sequence

by Stewart Macpherson

0:44
7

Round The Horne. Opening Signature Tune And Dialogue

by Kenneth Horne

2:26
8

Take It From Here - The Glums. Signature Tune And Short Extract

by Jimmy Edwards

1:52
9

The Goon Show. Short Excerpt From "Tales Of Old Dartmoor" Followed By I Travel The Road

by Harry Secombe

1:40
10

The Archers. Opening Signature Tune "Barwick Green" And Short Excerpt - "Death Of Grace Archer"

by Norman Painting

1:38
11

Twenty Questions. Introductory Sequence

by Stewart Macpherson

0:21
12

Down Your Way. Closing Sequence And The Horse Guards, Whitehall

by Franklin Engelmann

0:41
13

First Trans-Atlantic Jet Flight By RAF Vampires, 16.7.48 / Meteor Jet At 618 mph, 12.10.48

by Charles Gardner

1:20
14

Berlin, End Of Soviet Blockade, 4.5.49

by Bernard Moore

0:24
15

Funeral Of .H.M. King George VI, 15.2.52

by Howard Marshall

1:59
16

The Coronation Of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II. Prayer And Crowning, 2.6.53

by The Archbishop Of Canterbury

1:43
Duration:
1:41:04
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