In the series finale, Celia Sandys travels to one of Winston Churchill's favorite destinations, Morocco, where her grandfather visited with President Franklin D. Roosevelt during World War II. Also: how writing and painting became more important to the former British prime minister as he grew older; a visit to Cote d'Azur in southern France; Sandys' thoughts on her grandfather.
Celia Sandys travels to the Hearst Castle in San Simeon, Cal., which Winston Churchill visited in the 1920s; and meets with former Virginia senator Harry Byrd Jr., who recalls Churchill's stay with his family when his father was Virginia's governor. Also: a look at Churchill's passion for painting.
Celia Sandys' three-part portrait of her legendary grandfather, Winston Churchill, begins at Sandhurst military academy, which he left in 1894 to pursue adventure. In a visit to New York, she meets with former mayor Rudy Giuliani, who explains how Churchill influenced his actions on Sept. 11, 2001, and travels to Brooklyn in search of the brownstone where Churchill's American-born mother lived. She also travels to Cuba, where Churchill almost died in 1895, and to South Africa.