Duncan Boswell goes to meet some of the WWII evacuees from Guernsey who ended in Stockport. Plus Speedworks team principal Christian Dick on the conclusion of a successful season in the BTCC, and thousands flock to see the final flights of the Woodford-designed and built Vulcan bomber.
Local Battle of Britain expert Geoff Simpson and Howard Green from the Air Raid Shelters join Simon and Jane for a special programme from the Stockport Air Raid Shelters.
Holocaust survivor Renee Bornstein tells her story of escaping across Europe at the age of ten with thirty five other children. She was captured and interrogated by the Gestapo and her life was saved by a young Jewish woman, Marion Kohn, and the mayor of a small French town.
Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, The Imitation Game is a film about the life of Alan Turing.
The mathematician and computer scientist helped us win the Second World War, by creating a device that decoded Nazi messages.
This evening Under the Rainbow heard from Professor S. Barry Cooper, the author of ‘Alan Turing: His Work and Impact’.