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Wilton’s Funeral is an Occasion of High Emotion on Soldier, Soldier

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Wilton’s Funeral is an Occasion of High Emotion on Soldier, Soldier

A scene from the British military drama series, ‘Soldier Soldier.’

The changes made during the aftermath of war can be just as vital, or even more so, than during times of international conflict. That’s certainly true for the title group of soldiers in ‘B’ Company, 1st Battalion of The King’s Fusiliers in the military series, ‘Soldier Soldier.’

The British television show focuses on the daily lives of the fictional British Army infantry regiment, which is loosely based on the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. ‘Soldier Soldier,’ which is set in the immediate aftermath of the Cold War, is a dramatization of army life in the early to mid-1990s, when the British Army was undergoing significant change. The drama series originally aired on ITV network between 1991 to 1997.

Repeats of ‘Soldier Soldier’ are now being broadcast on the Drama channel on Filmon TV. The latest episode to air on Filmon can be streamed this morning at 9:15am-10:20am local time. It can be watched live, or recorded and watched at a later time.

The 13th episode of Series 4 of ‘Soldier Soldier,’ which is titled ‘Changing the Guard,’ was written by Peter Barwood, and directed by Graham Moore. The episode shows that while Wilton’s funeral is an occasion of high emotion, matters come to a head between the Tuckers, and Garvey (Jerome Flynn) thinks about his future.

FilmOn is a popular streaming service that enables viewers to watch live and recorded UK and international television shows, movies and music videos in a variety of genres, including news, sports, drama, comedy, horror, lifestyle, shopping, pop, EDM and blues.

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As a life-long fan of entertainment, particularly films, television and music, and an endless passion for writing, Karen Benardello decided to combine the two for a career. She graduated from New York's LIU Post with a B.F.A in Journalism, Print and Electronic. While still attending college, Karen began writing for Shockya during the summer of 2007, when she began writing horror movie reviews. Since she began writing for Shockya, Karen has been promoted to the position of Senior Movies & Television Editor. Some of her duties in the position include interviewing filmmakers and musicians, producing posts on celebrity news and contributing reviews on albums and concerts. Some of her highlights include attending such festivals and conventions as the Tribeca Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, SXSW, Toronto After Dark, the Boston Film Festival and New York Comic-Con.

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