There are some brilliant stories about the ATA. The two girls who were both having an affair with the same Squadron Leader and ended up having a duel with hurricanes while both trying to land at his aerodrome first.
The ATA pilot in an unarmed Mustang who had to outfly a pair of German fighters doing a sweep over Hampshire.
The fascinating "Chilly" a South American girl from, yes, Chile, who had paid her own passage to England, did not speak English and when arrested as a spy on arrival at Liverpool laid out the immigration officer with a left hook.
Amy Johnson, the first woman to fly solo to Australia who crashed in the Thames Estuary on an ATA flight.
The super-rich girls who took over Claridges at night and flew by day and gave Bentleys to casual boyfriends.
The ATA girl who chased her errant husband to France in 1945 in a Spitfire knowing that he was flying with a WAAF on his lap.
Enough tales here for a TV soap opera mini series.