Last year, Paul Woodadge launched WW2TV and invited me to go over to Normandy and record various short videos for it, at a few different locations. These are all available on You Tube, but they are also featured here as basic introductions to their subjects. The first of these videos addresses the events at Pegasus Bridge on D-Day.
Please note, there is one slip of the tongue ! In the initial description of firing the gun at the Benouville Chateau, I mention it being Wagger Thornton when of course it was Wally Parr, although without realising it, I do actually mention the correct name just afterwards when standing at the gun.