This BBC2 film also belongs to the 1996 anniversary. However, this film is unique and special to the Drake Exploration Society. This is because it charts our founder Michael Turner's quest to pin-point, visit and photograph everyone of Drake's landfalls and follow in his footsteps ashore: worldwide. The documentary also explores the area where Drake is buried. The programme ends with Michael depositing an inscribed lead plaque with attached silk flowers provided by Susan, on the seabed to commemorate Drake's burial 400 years later practically to the hour. Other Drake locations are scenically appealing: these include Plymouth, the Cape Verde Islands and Panama. Michael gives an excellent performance, or should I say, by being his natural self in front of the camera. Susan Jackson is extensively interviewed and our Brian Whipp re-enacts Drake in full costume, presumably enjoying the whip-hand.