Hi I am watching the TV coverage in the UK for the various celebrations and commemorations for the 60th anniversary of the D-Day landings. I was wondering how extensively this was being covered in the USA and other countries ? The BBC in true professional style have been telling the stories and showing locations of the mini battles fought by ALL of the allies ie they have just covered the re-enactement of the 101st Airbourne at St Mare Eglise.... Have the US networks covered the stories of the Brits and Canadians landing at Pagasus bridge, Gold , Sword and Juno beaches? Many of us in the UK feel that the British and Canadian efforts on D-Day have been played down in recent years and particularly by hollywood (ie Saving Private Ryan's disgraceful throw-away comment about Monty); and would hope that the affort by all of the allies is being told today... As well watching the extensive TV coverage - I wonder how many of you like me have revisited parts of their DVD collection this weekend ? I have watched SPR, The Longest Day and will watch Band of Brothers again. The events remmembered today are very moving , especially hearing the veterans telling their individual stories. I just feel we owe them so much.