2009 sees the 90th anniversary of the Remembrance Day two-minute silence, which was first observed on what was then called Armistice Day on the orders of King George V, as a tribute to those who had died during the First World War.
Clare Jenkins hears from five people with their own, very personal, reasons for observing the silence.
A Pennine production for BBC Radio 4.
Clare Jenkins meets people with their own reasons for observing the two-minute silence.


  • Factual / Life Stories

Broadcast Details

  • First broadcast 20091108 (Radio 4)