1918 - The year the World Changed part 1

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Part one: Prisoners in Beaminster - U-boat off Chideock - and the great blackberry pick.
In 1918 the year the world changed, Lady Mary Monkswell is played by Margie Barbour with other voices by Alastair Nisbet. The podcast is a ScreenPLAY production for the project Voices from 1918, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Coming up in part two: Railway strikers in Dorchester, dinner with a Dorset MP and Austria, Turkey and Bulgaria out of the war.
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1918 - The year the World Changed part 2

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Part two: Railway strikers in Dorchester, dinner with a Dorset MP and Austria, Turkey and Bulgaria out of the war.
In 1918 the year the world changed, Lady Mary Monkswell is played by Margie Barbour with other voices by Alastair Nisbet. The podcast is a ScreenPLAY production for the project Voices from 1918, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Coming up in part three: Part three: The sacrifices of war and relief of Armistice. A new world has opened.
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1918 - The year the World Changed part 3

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Part three: The sacrifices of war and relief of Armistice. A new world has opened.
In 1918 the year the world changed, Lady Mary Monkswell is played by Margie Barbour with other voices by Alastair Nisbet. The podcast is a ScreenPLAY production for the project Voices from 1918, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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Explore Voices from 1918 by day, month or person here on the blog or on our five Twitter feeds: @Voicesfrom1918 @LadyMonkswell @MarieStopes1918 @JamesSansom230 and @OliveHarcourt.

We have also recorded three audio podcasts entitled The year the World Changed by Mary Monkswell

Voices from 1918 has been developed by artists Sharon Hayden and Alastair Nisbet in partnership with Wimborne Community Theatre, Dorset History Centre and the Priest’s House Museum, Wimborne with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

We’ve used a new simpler type of blogging system which we beta tested for indie developer Janis Rondorf of Instacks software.

Posts are created as simple text files with a few lines of Markup instructions. These are dropped into a folder on the webserver and the post is added without the need for individual formatting or logging in. This made it easy to upload lots of posts quite quickly.

We’re always happy to share more details about anything - just email us using the link at the bottom of the page

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