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D-Day: The Tide Turns
1944. Europe is in the grip of the Nazi war machine. But on the shores of Great Britain, thousands of men and women are planning the great fightback. On the beaches, in the skies, out at sea and behind enemy lines... What will it take to turn the tide of the war? In commemoration of the 80th anniversary, D-Day: The Tide Turns follows the real people involved in the Normandy Landings. Hosted by Paul McGann. New episodes Thursdays. Available for free wherever you get your podcasts or at Selected as one of Apple Podcasts Favourites of 2024. For ad-free listening, join Noiser+....
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4.9 stars from 357 ratings
Another exciting show from Noiser! I absolutely love this one and the great team at Noiser have once again delivered a fantastic show. Thank you, I am more than happy to be subscribed to you and will remain so until you eventually, but hopefully not, stop making your brilliant shows!...Read full review »
MikeTheViking via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 07/09/24
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The young fighter pilot via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/07/24
Excellence in podcasting
Even WW2 history buffs will probably learn something new from this series. The research and writing is top notch. Paul McCann's narration is delivered with the seriousness and pace this subject deserves. He’s one of the best presenters in his field.Read full review »
CW Watts via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/05/24
Recent Episodes
In this episode, a very personal D-Day story - the story of our host’s own father. Paul is joined on the podcast by his brother, Stephen, to explore how D-Day impacted the McGann family. On June 6th 1944 a British commando fights his way up Gold Beach. What happens to him in the next few minutes...
Published 07/17/24
Published 07/17/24
American forces land on Omaha, the most deadly of the D-Day beaches. So many are killed in the first few hours that a US general almost calls off the attack. It’s the closest D-Day ever comes to failure. But amidst the turmoil, as the tide literally turns, can the Allied soldiers just break...
Published 07/10/24
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