Flying Podcast is aimed at aviators in the UK.
On this podcast we'll be chatting to flyers of all kinds.
Hopefully we'll be out there talking to anyone that has an interest in flying whether it be fixed wing, rotary, balloon, glider... anything.
Speaking to people that fly just for fun or to professionals that can maybe guide you and me through the maze of flight training.
So, if all goes to plan, we can maybe be entertained and learn something along the way.
Episode 69 - Jon Hilton to Canada and Back in a Microlight
A flight across the Atlantic in a microlight. Jon Hilton risks life & limb flying his CTSW from the UK to Canada via The Faroes, Iceland and Greenland. He encounters weather that almost kills him and bureaucracy that nearly defeats him.
Episode 68 - Cary Robins - Weight and Balance Calculations
A chat with Cary Robins of american Aeronautics, producers of the Fly in CG weight and balance calculators and the iPad iFly weight and balance calculator app. We talk about why weight and balance is so important and about Cary's career in aviation too.
Episode 67 - London to Sydney The Slow Way
A chat about the planning that's required for a flight over 10,000 nautical miles from the UK to Australia in a light aircraft.
Episode 66 - LAA Rally 2013
A look at the new Swift aircraft, C42 glider tug variant, Zigolo SSDR motor glider, Groppo Trail, Eindecker 3/4 scale SSDR, Foxbat and a chat to the Escapade 2's new owners.
Episode 65 - Fly2Pole update
A chat with some of the personnel on the Fly2Pole expedition to the South Pole. John Laity gives us a project update and I also speak with Alan Robinson one of the injured pilots. Mike Oakley is the team's flying instructor and he gave me an overview of the problems faced by the pilots.
Episode 64 - Popham Microlight Trade Fair 2013
A couple of days spent at the Popham Microlight Fair talking to many of the key exhibitors
Really enjoy the podcasts , in depth and ask the probing questions required across the whole spectrum of Aviation from Vintage to Airships , from Shows to Fighter Pilots.
A must for any collection. Keep it up .
Great British aviation podcast
For general aviation, military or civilian, you get a bit of everything here. Nicely produced and great interviews
Have listened to most of the podcasts and enjoyed every one of them. Steve has a very natural manner in the way he holds his interviews. Consequently the people chatter away and it seems as though the listener is on the room as well. Subjects of each podcast are well chosen. A very professional production.