WWII spy heroine Eileen Nearne buried with honours
21 September 2010 Last updated at 18:37 BST
A woman who served as a British spy during World War II has been buried with full honours, after a lifetime of keeping her wartime service a secret.
Eileen Nearne, known as Agent Rose, worked as a wireless operator and was captured and tortured by the Nazis while behind enemy lines.
Ms Nearne, who died of a heart attack aged 89, was due to have a council funeral until her story in occupied France was revealed.
Louise Hubball reports.