Martin Wainwright sets off through the snow to give seasonal best wishes to the owners of Britain's favourite mass produced car - and to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the special edition Morris Minor Million - the rarest minor of all.
Highlight of the programme is a special rendition of 'Jingle Bells' from a Morris Minor 'choir.'
Martin has a soft spot for the little car - often described as a large jelly mould with a speedometer sitting like a clock on the dashboard, and orange fingers for indicators.
For it's time though, according to Stirling Moss, it was a nippy little car.
Martin meets a mechanic who 'soups' the car up, owners like Dave Brown from 'The Mighty Boosh' and the drivers who 'danced ' their Morris Minors at the end of the Manchester Commonwealth Games.
Finally, using the horn, various clunks and clicks from the car door and boot, and a squeak from the chassis, he conducts a unique version of ' Jingle Bells' by the Morris Minor 'choir.'
Producers: Janet Graves and Geoff Bird
A Pennine production for BBC Radio 4.
Martin Wainwright celebrates the Morris Minor, Britain's first mass produced family car.