April 25th, 2015
Episode 14 of 80 episodes
On today's program: Thousands are waiting for dawn to break so that they can mark the 100th anniversary of the famous and disastrous Gallipoli landing by Australian and New Zealand troops; the dawn service at Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance attracts a huge crowd despite security concerns; and as Gallipoli takes the limelight in its centenary, another important theatre of war is also being recognised: the Western Front.
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