The movie The King’s Speech was about King George VI’s inability to speak publicly and has fostered considerable and much needed attention on stuttering and stammering.   But The King’s Speech was also about the King’s actual speech – a significant 3-minute radio address to the entire British Empire at the start of WWII.  A huge feat for a newly ascended King with debilitating stutter. While the movie touched me on so many levels (so worthy of Best Picture and Best Actor for Colin Firth for his amazing turn as the King), it was an entertaining reminder of the importance of [...]