Love Your Garden – ITV

Alan Titchmarsh and his team transform a garden in Plymouth into a show-stopping contemporary outdoor space for ex-Marine Mark Ormrod, who lost both his legs and an arm in Afghanistan, and his young family. The team show how lush tropical planting can work well in a low maintenance garden, and create a space for Mark and his family and friends to enjoy quality time together.

SSAFA – TV Advert

Will you say thank you to the servicemen and women who give everything for our country?

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X-Factor – ITV

The X Factor 12 finalists debut their upcoming single which will see the proceeds go to a charity called “Help The Hero’s”. This charity aims to bring back life lost in war, from past to present to future. Mariah Carey’s song “Hero” is being covered by the 12 finalists and here they are.

Gumpathon – ForcesTV

After 63 days, 3,530 miles, three deserts and four time zones the Gumpathon team have all exceeded their wildest expectations. However for Mark Ormrod the run has been a massive personal achievement. After being injured in Afghanistan in 2007, he was told that he may never walk again. However the triple amputee has run five miles on some days of the Gumpathon. Mark spoke to British Forces News about the challenges he has faced along the way.

Legacy of War – BBC

Bryan Adams releases new book, Wounded: The Legacy of War, Bryan Adams presents portraits of young British soldiers who have suffered life-changing injury in Iraq and Afghanistan or during training. His lens bares witness to their scars, disability and disfigurement. This unexpected directness challenges the viewer. At the same time the images reveal the sheer grit and bravery of the victims who, despite personal sacrifice, live each day with continued vim, vigour and dignity. What we see are staggering portraits of inspiring individuals who whilst not faltering have stood the test of war and lived to tell the tale. The images come with haunting interviews which provide a narrative to each personal journey to recovery.

New Tang Dynasty (NTD) TV

Britain’s Prince Harry joined a group of wounded British service personnel at a special war photography exhibition on Tuesday.

The exhibition by singer and photographer Bryan Adams, titled “Wounded: The Legacy of War”, showcases photographs of young British servicemen and women who have been wounded on military duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Harry, an army captain, attended a private viewing of the event and was shown around by Adams. The prince also chatted and posed with some of the wounded veterans featured in the collection in front of their individual portraits.

The Royal Marines – Advert

A national recruitment campaign for the Royal marines features Mark Ormrod in the water at around 13 second.