‘From A Whisper To A Bang!’ is written, produced and presented by Megan Spencer for the Australian War Memorial.
- Ron Mallyon
- Barbara Mallyon
- Norman Smith
- Chris Morrison
- Margaret Morrison
- Bob Spencer
- Janice Coyle
- Delma Calcagno
- Guy Calcagno.
- Richard Cruise
- Oliver Budack
- Scott Bevan
- Harry Spencer
- Margaret Robinson
- Raylene Robinson
- The Diggers Requiem, conducted by Chris Latham (April 2018 performance, Amiens, France).
- Canberra City Pipes and Drums
- Wing Commander Jonathan Lilley (Worimi), didgeridoo/yidaki
- Band of the Royal Military College
- Film: Sons of the Anzac (1939-1943). Accession Number: F00188
Track listing from The Digger’s Requiem:
- ‘Requiem Aeternum/Rest Eternal’ by GF Handel, arranged Latham (Dead March from Saul for accordion, David Novak accordion)
- ‘Lux Aeterna/In Paradisum’ by Ross Edwards (Lament for the Pipers Who Fell in the Great War by John Grant, Jordan Aikin bagpipes) and the ‘62,000 Bells’ (Chris Latham, Veronica Bailey, Thomas Laue).
- War and the Making of the Modern World, the 2018 lecture by Margaret MacMillan at the Australian War Memorial
- Making the Armistice Soundwave. The ‘Armistice Soundwave’ is a creative response to the end of the First World War (not an actual recording), and formed part of the Making a New World season at Imperial War Museum, London. Follow Coda to Coda on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
- The Centenary of the Armistice First World War Image Projections
- The ‘From a Whisper To A Bang!’ podcast series is a commission by the Australian War Memorial. Enormous thanks to Amanda Dennett, Andy Heaney, Dr. Brendan Nelson and the historians, teams, staff and executive who supported this podcast series.
- For Episode 06: the speakers and Stephen Toaldo, Trevor Carter & Bob from the AWM Studio; Mick Wordley; Coda-to-Coda and Tanya Auclair; the Imperial War Museums and Poppy Andrews; The Diggers Requiem artists and Chris Latham; Heath Bigg; Professor Margaret MacMillan and Judd Flogdell; “Team Pop” - Janice Coyle, Trevor Meyer, Nicky Kasnaxis and Helen White.
- For the series: special thanks to all of the speakers and people interviewed for this project and its many kind supporters throughout Australia and Europe; the many creatives who donated resources, and gave advice, support and encouragement; and Bob Spencer, Delma Calcagno and the extended Spencer family.
- To those who serve - past and present - and the families and communities who support them. May we ‘remember well’.
- The opinions expressed in this podcast series are those of individual contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Australian War Memorial.