British Army veterans Taff & Johno chat with MILITARY veterans and civilians worldwide, telling their unique stories.
shot at dawn
During World War I, 306 British and Commonwealth soldiers were executed for desertion and other capital offences. Herbert Morris, age 17, was one of them. On Parade visited the National Memorial. Arboretum in Staffordshire, England, and travelled to the Poperinge Death Cells in Belgium to learn more.
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During the backend of COVID-19, military veterans and their families came together and made a short film, 'Service No Longer Required' (SNLR), about a homeless veteran funded by the Veterans' Foundation.
In this episode, Dougie talks about the transition from the RAF to Civvy Street, football hooliganism, becoming a novel and screenwriter, and we find out what it's like to be on a film set with Red Bus Movies.
COMEDY PERFORMANCE TRAINING FOR VETERANS
Two years in the making, co-hosted by The Comedy School and On Parade, a new stand-up comedy course for Veterans launched at The Comedy School London in January 2023.
The pilot course was an NHS study for veterans who have previously experienced mental health difficulties and is in partnership with NHS, The Veterans Mental Health and Wellbeing Service, Op COURAGE and supported by The National Lottery Community Fund.
I would like to wish Neil, and Johno continued success with their work and podcast, helping veterans.
Leo Docherty MP - Former Minister for Defence People and Veterans