I first visited England in 1973 and returned with my father in 2000 to shoot Those Bomber Boys of Mine.
Ross Spencer decides to return to England after fifty-five years to search for his WW2 Royal Air Force bomber crew.
Ross visits Tom Richie's grave in Oxford, Oxfordshire and pays him respect.
Ross talks about Peter Anstruther who died in 1987.
Ross talks with school children about the impact of WW2 on Lincolnshire.
Ross visits Seiford airfield in Staffordshire and thinks about being afraid and the thin line between life and death.
Ross visits Hixon airfield in Staffordshire where he met his bomber crew for the first time.
Ross shares stories with a farmer's son in Dunholme Lodge, Lincolnshire where airfields were located during the war.
Ross visits Lincoln Cathedral and reflects on his experiences in Lincolnshire.
Ross visits a graveyard in Scopwich, South Lincolnshire and reflects on the premature deaths of young flyers.
At Woodhall Spa in Lincolnshire, Ross and his crew discuss the ethics of bombing German cities during the war.
Ross shares war stories with Tom Richie's widow Margaret near Leeds, Yorkshire.
Ross shares war stories with navigator John English at a local pub in Rotherham, Yorkshire.
Ross shares war stories with bomb aimer Raymond "Spud" Murphy in Stone, Staffordshire.
Ross visits Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire and shares his memories with some locals.
Ross and his crew enter the Lancaster Bomber at RAF Coningsby, Lincolnshire reconnecting with their memories of 1944.