Patrick Watts was born in the Falklands, and spent 40 years working for the local radio station. He famously broadcasted during the Argentine invasion in April 1982.
Based in Stanley, he now takes visitors around wartime battlefields. The landscape is peppered with remnants of the conflict - from cemeteries and minefields to crashed military planes that lie where they fell.
Patrick and his Dutch wife also spend nearly half the year at their second home in Holland.