Next Episode of The People Remember is
History series presented by Sophie Raworth and Andy Torbet, honouring the heroes of war on the battlefield and the home front.
Sophie and JJ are joined by special guest Helen Skelton who wants to find out more about the wartime service of her grandparents.
Army reservist nurse Anna Cross returns to Sierra Leone, where she caught ebola while she was trying to save the lives of local people. Anna is also a guest with Sophie and JJ at the Imperial War Museum.
There's more from the Battle Back Centre in the Midlands as a soldier tries to overcome PTSD.
And singer John Reilly performs a tribute to the ‘Women of Steel' who kept Sheffield's steel factories running during the two world wars, despite the constant threat of bombing raids.
Sophie and JJ are joined by Sir Tony Robinson who reflects on the wartime service of his grandparents and how it has inspired a lifelong interest in history.
Historian Richard van Emden tells the story of the musicians who found themselves fighting in the biggest naval battle of the First World War.
And Gareth Malone and his choir perform ‘Brothers in Arms', a moving tribute to those who lost their lives during the Falklands conflict.
Sophie and JJ are joined by Anneka Rice as she hears about her father's role in the Second World War for the first time. Anneka's dad helped to defend the city of Hull from intense German bombing raids but he never talked about it after the war.
The family of a soldier killed in Afghanistan organise a motorbike ride in his honour, bringing together some of his former colleagues.
Some of the service men and women who've been helped by the Royal British Legion's Battle Back Centre tell us why the work of the centre is so important.
And there's a moving performance from opera soprano Melissa Alder as she sings a song for the fallen, written by Frederick Forsyth.
Sophie Raworth and former Royal Marine JJ Chalmers present a selection of highlights from 2016's episodes of The People Remember. Features include Murray Walker sharing his experiences in a Sherman tank and an emotional moment as Helen Skelton is told about the role played by her grandfathers during the Second World War. There is also a moving performance from opera singer Melissa Alder, paying tribute to the fallen, and military reservist nurse Anna Cross, who caught Ebola in Sierra Leone, returns to west Africa to see how things have changed.
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