His Royal Highness Prince Charles visited the family home of Sir Winston Churchill, Chartwell in Kent this morning.
The National Trust has embarked on an ambitious plan this year to purchase hundreds of historic artefacts belonging to the wartime prime minister and secure them as part of his public legacy.
They're on display at his family home of Chartwell near Westerham and today Prince Charles made a special visit to take a look around. Sarah Saunders report contains some flash photography.
An extraordinary collection of autographs and signatures from some of the most iconic figures in history will go on sale tomorrow in Sussex.
In total more than a thousand hand written scrawls from Prime Ministers, Kings, Queens, military and literary heroes will be auctioned.
Between them they cover four centuries - but the collection itself came as a complete surprise, as Andy Dickenson discovered when he spoke to auctioneer Paul Campbell.
The chewed end of a cigar smoked by Winston Churchill in his hospital bed is expected to fetch up to £1000 at auction in Dorset today.
The former Prime Minister smoked it in 1962 while was recuperating from a fractured hip. Smoking was allowed in hospitals at that time and the stubbed out cigar was saved by a student nurse and kept in a paper bag.
It will go under the hammer in Dorchester.
The chewed end of a cigar smoked by Winston Churchill in his hospital bed is expected to fetch up to a thousand pounds at auction in Dorset. The cigar was smoked in 1962 while Churchill was recuperating from a fractured hip. It was saved by a student nurse and kept in a paper bag. The cigar will go under the hammer in Dorchester in October.
The newest generation of Churchill's unveil a new public area at Chartwell, the Kent home of wartime leader Winston Churchill. We speak to John, Alice and Catherine Churchill - and to Giles Palmer and Zoe Colbeck from the National Trust.
Among the mourners at Barones Thatcher's funeral will be The Queen - only the second time she has attended the funeral of a British Prime Minister. The first was in 1965 when the nation said farewell to Winston Churchill, whose roots were in the South. Derek Johnson reports.
VIDEO: A new exhibition has opened at Winston Churchill's former home at Chartwell in Kent with exhibits loaned to the house by his family. Derek Johnson reports.