My grandfather was gassed in the Somme not far from Villers-Bretonneux in August 1918.
It happened three months before armistice. The impact on my grandfather’s health was severe and lifelong, and resulted in his death thirty years later from the complications of nerve gas exposure.
I’m an out-and-proud Married At First Sight viewer.
Yes, I’m an unapologetic (okay, slightly apologetic) apologist for this tacky voyeuristic goldfish bowl of a television series that, just occasionally, redeems itself.