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First World War (content)
Southern Star (Production sponsor)
Wark Clements (Production company)
McAllan, Alison (Production individual)
McKay, Stuart (Production individual)
Murbach, Gregor (Production individual)
Cotter, Kate (Production individual)
Posnett, Susanna (Production individual)
Gough, Orlando (Production individual)
Hinshelwood, Isobel (Production individual)
Kiggell, Marcus (Production individual)
Rockell, Simon (Production individual)
Stuermer, Corinna (Production individual)
Wallace, Emma (Production individual)
Steele, Ben (Production individual)
Lewis, Jonathan (Production individual)
Clements, Alan (Production individual)
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TV 148

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