This month marks fifty years since the death of Winston Churchill, so Jeremy Paxman takes a look back at the state funeral organised for the former Prime Minister, the only one organised for a 'commoner' in the 20th century. Damn straight though - he is the man who is credited with leading Britain to victory in the Second World War. Paxman meets some of those involved with the funeral from close family to soldiers who carried the coffin, as well as chatting to author Boris Johnson on whether the legacy of Churchill still resonates today.