Eight crew members of the British Royal Air Force, who died on a daring mission in the final stages of Second World War in 1945, after their aircraft crashed into a ravine in Southeast Asia, while dropping vital supplies, were finally laid to rest today with full military honours, almost 67 years after they died.

Clayton Ford, who has led the expedition to find the missing plane and bodies of the fighter pilots, explained what he saw.

Family members gathered in remembrance, and John Dovey, whose older brother, William Kenneth, died instantly in the crash, was glad that his brother was finally laid to rest.

Written and presented by Ann Salter.