Tribute to a lyricist, almost 100 years after his death
This is the grave site for Sir Cecil Arthur Spring-Rice -- a British diplomat who's buried at Beechwood Cemetery. And standing beside him is Ashley Prime, the man who made it his mission to have Sir Cecil recognized for a little-known deed: Sir Cecil wrote the words to one of Britain's most famous and patriotic hymns: I Vow Thee To My Country. The hymn has been performed at royal weddings and state funerals. And Ashley Prime -- Britain's Deputy Consul General to Canada -- tells Robyn why he wanted to put together a tribute to Sir Cecil.