Primarily for general aviation discussion, but other aviation topics are also welcome.
#1804301
jev_flyer wrote:Flying across Britain with Arthur Williams. Was on Channel 4, but now I think on Amazon Prime.

His enthusiasm is infectious.


Thank you very much for this suggestion, I'd not heard of it but managed to find it available on PlexTV and I've now seen three of them. What delightful programs for pilots and yes, his enthusiasm really is infectious. I now have a few new airfields to plan to visit
#1804312
Virtually zero aviation content, but if you didn't catch it at the moving picture palace 1917 is now available on Prime and it's an amazingly entertaining piece of cinematic entertainment.

Rob P
#1804648
jev_flyer wrote:Flying across Britain with Arthur Williams. Was on Channel 4, but now I think on Amazon Prime.

His enthusiasm is infectious.


I definitely second that! Arthur Williams shows are very good.

American style drama, Ice Pilots as a few have said. Also, a dramatised version of ice pilots that lasted one season was "Arctic Air" if you can find it anywhere.


Dambusters Declassifed with Martin Shaw was infectiously interesting. As is Dambusters building the bouncing bomb, where they tried to recreate the whole thing with a DC4.

I find now most enthusiast level flying is on Youtube by the likes of Trent Palmer, pilotbambi and the flying reporter.
#1804688
Here are some flying adventures in a part of the world we don't normally see talked about and I was absolutely fascinated.
I offer 2 films about James Pitman and Mike Blyth's adventures in Sling aircraft which they make in their factory in South Africa https://wildlandings.tv/

There's more about them on youtube here
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_ ... tman+sling
including 'Build a Sling 4 at the 70th LAA Rally'