Salvage of WW II bomber aircraft postponed

Organisers will try again to lift a World War Two German bomber from the Goodwin Sands. Last night's attempt was abandoned due to bad weather. Crews could head out on Thursday or postpone the operation for a week.

We speak to Air Vice-Marshal Peter Dye from organisers RAF Museum Hendon, Martin Barker from the diving company, Paddy Hughes the son of an RAF pilot, and aviation author Chris Goss.

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German bomber to be conserved

The only surviving German Second World War Dornier bomber has been raised from its watery grave in the English Channel.