Ep 152: Home Front Heroes

Ep 152: Home Front Heroes

Nurse Ethel Lote was just 18 years old when she was thrown into the war effort, caring for troops returning from Dunkirk.

In this special episode Ethel describes her experiences to Al Murray, including how she fell in love with her future husband during an autopsy.

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