D-day Remembered

D-day RememberedExactly 65 years after the Allies launched their invasion of Normandy by air and sea, Radio Clatterbridge marked the occasion with a special programme playing war time favourites. Natalie Kelly and Richard Calvert presented patient requests including Vera Lynn singing We'll Meet Again, the 633 Squadron theme and the Andrews Sisters. James from the Mersey Ward shared with Richard Calvert his war time memories of taking Italian prisoners to America.

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