|01||A Lonely Impulse Of Delight||20000131|
Brown investigates what fires people into an obsession with flight.
|02||Falling From The Sky||20000201|
In August 1921, the people of Hull watched the R38 airship complete its trials.
But glinting in the late afternoon sun, it buckled, broke in two and crashed in the Humber.
Ray Brown meets Tom Jamison, who has devoted 30 years to researching airships in Yorkshire and who has a unique R38 archive.
|03||The Hampden Project||20000202|
Ray Brown joins members of the Lincolnshire Aircraft Recovery Group as they probe a windswept field near RAF Digby in search of a Handley Page Hampden bomber which crashed in 1940.
|04||Last Of The Mossies||20000203|
In 1971 Tony Aygar bought the cockpit of a de Havilland Mosquito Second World War fighter bomber from an auction.
Now he is close to having a moving aircraft.
Ray Brown meets Aygar and Len Rogers who, as a Mosquito navigator in Pathfinders, survived 59 unarmed missions.
|05 LAST||Johnny Head In The Air||20000204|
Fifty-five years and 12 hours after Halifax bomber DK116 crashed into the high moors of Kielder, Ray Brown visits the site with members of '57 Rescue and relatives of Air Gunner Geoffrey Symonds, who was killed in the crash.