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Bomber Command

Rated 5.00 out of 5

6 One Hour Episodes. 2 DISC SET

This six part series follows the story of the RAF’s Bomber Command’ from the years leading up to the Second World War, followed by the outbreak of war and through to the final days and the mass destruction of the German Cities.

Led by the controversial Arthur ‘Bomber’ Harris…this is the story of Bomber Command, told by the men and women, that were there.

Lest We Forget

Rated 5.00 out of 5

Donald Pleasence presents this tribute to the men and women of the Royal Air Force who lost their lives during the Second World War. It features the work of the bomber crews, rescue and reconnaissance crews, planning and operations departments, non-ranks, NCOs and Officers.

Spitfire !


In this superbly photographed colour film, discover first hand what it was like to be a wartime fighter pilot dodging enemy fighters at the edge of the Earth’s stratosphere. Encounter the sheer thrill and exhilaration of taking the controls in one of the most amazing flying experiences ever, going into battle in a Spitfire.

The Guinea Pig Club


During the second world war, a group of young airmen with terrible injuries formed an exclusive drinking club. They were all in the care of pioneering plastic surgeon Sir Archibald McIndoe whose techniques shaped modern reconstructive surgery

Established in 1941, was a social club and mutual support network for British and allied aircrew injured during World War II. Its membership was made up of patients of Archibald McIndoe at Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, Sussex, who had undergone experimental reconstructive plastic surgery, generally after receiving burns injuries in aircraft. The club remained active after the end of the war, and its annual reunion meetings continued until 2007.