Letters of Gallipoli

By Letters of Gallipoli

Listen to a podcast, please open Podcast Republic app. Available on Google Play Store.


Category: Government & Organizations

Open in iTunes


Open RSS feed


Open Website


Rate for this podcast

Subscribers: 2
Reviews: 0

Description

Podcast by Letters of Gallipoli

Episode Date
Episode 01 23rd April: Sailing From Sydney
00:04:22
Before dawn on the 25th of April 1915, 4000 Australian soldiers rowed towards the shores of Gallipoli. By nightfall, 600 men had lost their lives. Their stories should never be forgotten. Every day, you can listen to a new spoken-word letter that was written 100 years ago, to the day. You’ll be right there in the trenches as the letters were written. Put in headphones and carry their stories with you. Lest we forget.
Apr 23, 2015
Episode 02 24th April: Any Day Now
00:03:13
Before dawn on the 25th of April 1915, 4000 Australian soldiers rowed towards the shores of Gallipoli. By nightfall, 600 men had lost their lives. Their stories should never be forgotten. Every day, you can listen to a new spoken-word letter that was written 100 years ago, to the day. You’ll be right there in the trenches as the letters were written. Put in headphones and carry their stories with you. Lest we forget.
Apr 23, 2015
Episode 03 25th April: War
00:03:16
Before dawn on the 25th of April 1915, 4000 Australian soldiers rowed towards the shores of Gallipoli. By nightfall, 600 men had lost their lives. Their stories should never be forgotten. Every day, you can listen to a new spoken-word letter that was written 100 years ago, to the day. You’ll be right there in the trenches as the letters were written. Put in headphones and carry their stories with you. Lest we forget.
Apr 23, 2015
Episode 04 26th April: Life in the Trenches
00:05:03
Before dawn on the 25th of April 1915, 4000 Australian soldiers rowed towards the shores of Gallipoli. By nightfall, 600 men had lost their lives. Their stories should never be forgotten. Every day, you can listen to a new spoken-word letter that was written 100 years ago, to the day. You’ll be right there in the trenches as the letters were written. Put in headphones and carry their stories with you. Lest we forget.
Apr 23, 2015
Episode 05 27th April: Aftermath
00:04:51
Before dawn on the 25th of April 1915, 4000 Australian soldiers rowed towards the shores of Gallipoli. By nightfall, 600 men had lost their lives. Their stories should never be forgotten. Every day, you can listen to a new spoken-word letter that was written 100 years ago, to the day. You’ll be right there in the trenches as the letters were written. Put in headphones and carry their stories with you. Lest we forget.
Apr 23, 2015
Episode 06 28th April: Hardened Men
00:04:00
Before dawn on the 25th of April 1915, 4000 Australian soldiers rowed towards the shores of Gallipoli. By nightfall, 600 men had lost their lives. Their stories should never be forgotten. Every day, you can listen to a new spoken-word letter that was written 100 years ago, to the day. You’ll be right there in the trenches as the letters were written. Put in headphones and carry their stories with you. Lest we forget.
Apr 23, 2015
Episode 07 29th April: Rest Day
00:03:00
Before dawn on the 25th of April 1915, 4000 Australian soldiers rowed towards the shores of Gallipoli. By nightfall, 600 men had lost their lives. Their stories should never be forgotten. Every day, you can listen to a new spoken-word letter that was written 100 years ago, to the day. You’ll be right there in the trenches as the letters were written. Put in headphones and carry their stories with you. Lest we forget.
Apr 23, 2015
Episode 08 30th April: The Firing Line
00:08:39
Before dawn on the 25th of April 1915, 4000 Australian soldiers rowed towards the shores of Gallipoli. By nightfall, 600 men had lost their lives. Their stories should never be forgotten. Every day, you can listen to a new spoken-word letter that was written 100 years ago, to the day. You’ll be right there in the trenches as the letters were written. Put in headphones and carry their stories with you. Lest we forget.
Apr 23, 2015