Relatives of legendary aviator Amy Johnson have unveiled an information board about her in Herne Bay as part of a project aimed at encouraging young people to follow her example.
The pioneering pilot was the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia but was killed when her aircraft crashed off the North Kent coast in 1941. The wreckage was never found but now a man who was based in Kent with the RAF at the time says he saw the aircraft on a low-loader. It adds to a mystery which has endured for more than 70 years.
We speak to: Amy Johnson's neice Jane Chilvers; Amy Johnson and Herne Bay Project organiser Jane Priston and eyewitness David King.