I just got a link from a friend of the BSA (British Stammering Association):
Afternoon Play - A King's Speech - http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... gs_Speech/
By Mark Burgess.
It is 1937, the day of the Coronation, and the newly-crowned George VI must broadcast to the nation and the empire - a terrifying prospect for perhaps the most notable Briton to have suffered from a stammer. This play focuses on the close working relationship between the King and his speech therapist.
Just have a look on it ... or moreover "a listen" ...
With "Royal" Greetings, Micha.
Inter- and transnational affairs, please write in English - thanks... feel free to write and enjoy
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