We hit the beaches and make a dash for the sea wall this week as we talk Normandy on Film with Paul Woodadge of WW2TV. Paul is a historian and battlefield guide who lives and works in Normandy and is the perfect guest for this run through some cinematic depictions of D-Day on screen. We cover early attempts such as 1956’s Screaming Eagles right through to 1998’s Saving Private Ryan.
Do these films create a stable beach head or do they end up floundering in the channel? Join us to find out.
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Here are some stills from some of the films we discuss with Paul:
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