Documentary about Le Quesnoy to be screened on ANZAC Day...
Veteran Documentaries by David Blyth to be screened ANZAC DAY April 25th 2019, include a wonderful documentary about Helen Pollock, sculptor, who talks about her WW1 Father at Le Quesnoy, and we see the unveiling of the Victory Medal at Le Quesnoy November 4 2018 at the unveiling of the Le Quesnoy Museum.
Screening times for David's 5 documentaries:
1: NANCY WAKE REMEMBERED: MAORI TV 9:30am 25 MIN. Black Ferns, Women’s Rugby Team used Nancy Wake as Mentor to win World Cup in 2017. (Includes, never seen footage of Nancy, at 92 years of age.)
2: VICTOR 4 COMPANY: MAORI TV 11:00am 50 MIN. Vietnam Veterans from V4 Company talk about their time in Vietnam in 1969.
3: KIWI SERVICEWOMEN OF WW2: Maori TV 4:30pm 47 MIN. Five Women Veterans, all in their nineties talk about their WW2 service.
4: POW PRISONERS OF WAR: PRIME TV 9:30 pm 47 MIN. Three airmen shot down, who ended up in German POW camps and one soldier capture in Singapore, who endured the Burma Railway.
5: BETWEEN THE MEMORY AND THE SILENCE: SKY ARTS 8:30pm 23 MIN. Helen Pollock, sculptor, talks about her WW1 Father at Le Quesnoy, we see the unveiling of Victory Medal at Le Quesnoy November 4 2018 at the unveiling of the Le Quesnoy Museum.
Photo credit: Richard Lummus