On Remembrance Day, and Armistice Day 2013, we remembered those who have sacrificed their lives for their country.
Many people associate Remembrance Day with heroes of D-Day or the Battle of Britain's Spitfire pilots. Some people think of the deeds of the SAS during the Falklands conflict or, of course, Flanders Fields from World War One, carpeted in poppies growing where so many men lost their lives.
But in the last few years it's also been about the nation showing its support for the soldiers returning injured and traumatised from current conflicts.
That's why Pirate FM broadcast a special hour-long programme from 10am on both days, where we helped remember and commemorate the men and women, that fought for our freedom.
By popular demand, you can listen to the entire programme again by clicking the player below.
In 2013 we are supporting the Royal British Legion's poppy appeal
Supporting those who have returned injured from war and the families of those who gave their lives. Thousands of men and women, people like Sapper Clive Smith who have helped bring us freedom.
You can get involved by:
- Wearing a poppy
- Buying the Official Poppy Appeal Single (on the right)