In this episode we preview this seasons’ airshows and talk to Lewis Gaylard about his latest book on the Sea Vixen, Foxy Lady. We also talk to all the senior officers behind Air Day 2016.
In this Xtra episode we feature the XB70 Valkyrie with Jeannette Remak and Joseph Ventolo Jr from Phoenix Aviation Research. They have just released their latest book on the XB-70 Valkyrie bomber entitled “XB-70 Valkyrie – The Return to Valhalla” and we had the opportunity to learn more about this iconic looking aircraft.
We visit Henstridge and Compton Abbas airfields and learn about the role of the Light Aircraft Association.
An action packed episode featuring professional photographer Rich Cooper from the Centre Of Aviation Photography, Photographer and Author Paul Fiddian on his new book ‘The History of the Biggin Hill International Air Fair’ and Mike Young from Aircrew Interview.
Journalist and author Alexander Mladenov joins us from Sofia in Bulgaria to talk through the four generations of Soviet Fighter aircraft from the early MiGs and Yaks through to the later air-superiority models, familiar in the skies around the world today.
Rowland White returns to discuss the Space Shuttle and his latest best-selling book, ‘Into The Black’. We have listener questions for Rowland along with our regular segments on News and Promoting Aerospace.
In this Xtra episode we feature Jeanette Remak and her book ‘To slip the Surly Bonds- NASA, the Shuttle Disaster and the demise of the US Manned Space Program’.
In this Xtra episode we cover the retirement of the Royal Navy Sea King Mk 4 ‘The Junglie’, the Barracuda Restoration Project and talk to Naval Air Historian Matt Willis about his new books on the Fairey Barracuda and Blackburn Shark.
Managing Editor of the Aviation Historian Mick Oakey joins us as guest host. Tim brings us an interview with John Edgley after his flight in the Optica; and Pieter speaks to Sam Worthington-Leese from the Hawker Typhoon Project.
This special ‘Xtra’ episode brings you features from The Museum of Army Flying, The Fleet Air Arm Museum and the RAF Museum.