Both loved and vilified, the world's only supersonic passenger plane survived ecological and economical pressure to become an international symbol for the ultimate in global travel. Engineers, pilots, staff, and well-known frequent fliers remember its legacy.
In January of 1953, unusual weather conditions caused Britain's worst national peacetime disaster of the 20th century. A storm surge flooded the eastern coast of England, killing more than 300 people and leaving thousands homeless. Fifty years later, 'Timewatch' re-examines a calamity which is largely forgotten today.