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GREASEPAINT AND CORDITE: HOW ENSA ENTERTAINED THE TROOPS DURING WORLD WAR II

Synopsis

The Entertainment National Services Association, or ENSA, sent the nation’s best singers, dancers, musicians and comedians to entertain the troops during the Second World War. Andrew Merriman talks to surviving ENSA veterans from Vera Lynn to Dame Beryl Grey, whose contribution to the war effort was song, dance and laughter.