I'm currently doing some work with BBC radio looking for U.S. GIs that spent time in England during 1942-1944. The BBC wants to record their impressions of life in England. Everyday stuff. How they got along with British soldiers and civilians, their impression of British cities, Red Cross girls, life in a sausage camp, anything and everything. They want to produce a series that will provide their listeners an appreciation for the arrival of millions of American servicemen and the impact it had on British life.
If you have a relative that served in England during 1942-1944 and is interested in having their oral history recorded by the BBC then let me know and I'll make arrangements for the BBC to contact them. Just PM me.