|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||His Finest Hour||12||Audio||2003||Rajon Music Group|
|2||The Famous I Can Hear It Now Album: Authorized Recording Of His Actual Speeches||2||Audio||Columbia|
|3||A Selection From His Famous Wartime Speeches||4||Audio||His Master's Voice|
|4||I Can Hear It Now||2||Audio||Columbia Masterworks|
|5||His Memoirs And His Speeches (1918 - 1945)||79||Audio||1964||Decca|
|6||I Can Hear It Now||2||Audio||Columbia Masterworks|
|7||I Can Hear It Now||2||Audio|
|8||I Can Hear It Now||2||Audio||Columbia Masterworks|
|9||Churchill In His Own Voice And The Voices Of His Contemporaries||14||Audio||1965||Caedmon Records|
|10||The War Of The Unknown Warriors||4||Audio||1940||His Master's Voice|
|11||Winston Churchill / Winston Churchill Speaks||2||Audio||1965||Enrichment Teaching Materials|
|12||The Memory Of A Great Man||2||Audio||RCA Victor Red Seal|
|13||Introduction To Winston S. Churchill||3||Audio||Decca|
|14||The Famous I Can Hear It Now Album: Authorized Recording Of His Actual Speeches||2||Audio||Columbia|
|15||The Sound Of History 1914-1945||2||Audio||Medallion|
The Right Honourable Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, KG, OM, CH, TD, FRS (30 November 1874 – 24 January 1965)
was a British statesman, best known as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during the Second World War.
At various times a soldier, journalist, author, and politician, Churchill is generally regarded as one of the most important leaders in British and world history.
He won the 1953 Nobel Prize in Literature.
In a poll conducted by the BBC in 2002 to identify the "100 Greatest Britons", participants voted Churchill to be history's "greatest" Briton.
Churchill's legal surname was Spencer-Churchill, but starting with his father, Lord Randolph Churchill, his branch of the family always used just the name Churchill in public life.