Falklands 25th Anniversary: ones to watch

So you can't say nobody told you:
Falklands 25: War at the White House
BBC Radio Four (07)
Sunday 10th June 2007 (starting in 2 days)
13:30 to 14:00 (30 minutes long)

Peter Snow examines the political, diplomatic and military role played by the United States in the Falklands War of 1982. Archive interviews with key players in Washington reveal profound differences of opinion on Capitol Hill, differences which lingered long after Reagan declared support for Britain.
Falklands Service of Remembrance
Thursday 14th June 2007 (starting in 6 days)
11:00 to 12:30 (1 hour and 30 minutes long)

In the presence of HM the Queen, a service of remembrance and thanksgiving to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the liberation of the Falkland Islands, from the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel, Pangbourne College. The Queen will also lay a stone, brought from the Falkland Islands, on a cairn of remembrance. With commentary by Brian Hanrahan.
(Stereo, Widescreen, Subtitles)[hr]

Falklands 25
Sunday 17th June 2007 (starting in 9 days)
14:00 to 17:00 (3 hours long)

Huw Edwards introduces live coverage from London and the Falkland Islands, as The Prince of Wales joins veterans and islanders to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the end of the conflict. The Massed Bands of the Royal Marines, the Guards Division and the RAF will lead thousands of veterans onto the parade ground, while in San Carlos cemetery, where those who died are remembered, a lone bugler will play the last post. A dramatic flypast of 1982 aircraft will mark the end of the commemoration.
(Stereo, Widescreen, Live, Subtitles)
Falklands 25: A Soldier's Story
Sunday 17th June 2007 (starting in 9 days)
19:00 to 20:00 (1 hour long)

A moving account of a veteran's return to the Falkland Islands to relive a war he fought a quarter of a century ago. Soldier turned professional footballer Phil Stant gives a blow-by-blow account, with dramatic archive pictures, of the attacks at Bluff Cove, with additional accounts of key battles from other veterans. Phil speaks to islanders about whether the war was worth it, and sees a strikingly beautiful side of the islands he has never seen before.
(Stereo, Repeat, Exclusive to ITV4, Widescreen)

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