Primarily for general aviation discussion, but other aviation topics are also welcome.
#1680555
A while ago I mentioned that I'm working on a bi-weekly podcast about the weird and wonderful people you meet around airfields.
I promised this place would be the first website where I'll publish it.
So here you go - Episode One. This show isn't even on Apple Podcasts yet, so you guys are getting a very early preview!
Grateful for any feedback, ideas and suggestions.
Oh, and Episode Two in exactly two weeks' time.
https://www.buzzsprout.com/265656/985197-out-with-the-cobwebs-a-pilot-s-history-in-vr.mp3?download=true
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#1683789
Episode Two of the Two Thousand Feet Aviation Podcast is now live.
I go to Portugal to talk to Malcolm Howland​ about the benefits and pitfalls of learning to fly overseas. And I catch up with Gerry Breen​, - the man who invented the word "microlight" and who set quite a lot of records in the early days of the sport.
You can listen here (link below) or - even better - subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Spreaker, etc., etc.
I'd be very grateful for any feedback - in the meantime, I'll get down to work on Episode Three. It will feature one of the greatest eccentrics of our sport.
https://www.buzzsprout.com/265656/98677 ... nload=true
#1689426
In Episode Four of the Two Thousand Feet Aviation Podcast:
- Why adding an NPPL SSEA rating to a microlight licence makes good financial sense (for me)
- Why adding astroturf to a runway makes good business sense for one airfield owner
and
- Why teaching disabled people to fly makes just good common sense for Aerobility, a UK-based charity.
Here it is, on iTunes - please subscribe, rate and review.
https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/t ... 1455738733
#1694104
In Episode Six of the Two Thousand Feet Podcast, -
Dean Okeefe​ loses an engine in the worst place you could imagine, Mark Coreth​ turns flying into art, and I - don't do a lot else than ask a few questions. You know, because this is not Top Gear, and I'm not Clarkson.
Here's the link to an mp3:
https://www.buzzsprout.com/265656/11331 ... nload=true
And here it is on iTunes if you want to subscribe on an iPhone or similar:
https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/t ... 1455738733
It's also available on Spotify, Stitcher, Player.FM, etc., etc., - just go to your favourite podacsting platform and do a search for The Two Thosand Feet podcast.