211 – Farnborough 2016
Gast: Adeline Riou, Simon Smith, Christopher Benn, Geoff Barnes, Adam Dissel, Tim Mallins, Jason Sutcliffe, Ryan Nugent, Tony Flynn, Jack Cronan, Micah/Scoop, Steve Armson, Mark Faulds
Host: Markus Voelter Shownoter: –
This is my report from Farnborough International Airshow 2016. The episode contains 13 short interviews, as listed below. I had an absolute blast in Farnborough, especially because I met the APG crew and participated in the epic live recording of APG 229.
I want to thank all those who donate(d), which helped make this trip possible. Once again, I forgot to do that in the show … sorry for that.
Here are a few of the pictures I took. If you want more, just google; the internet is full of them.
Powder Metallurgy - Adeline Riou00:04:36
Metal Parts - Simon Smith00:13:15
Helmets - Christopher Benn00:21:48
Ejection Seats - Geoff Barnes00:30:48
Reaction Engines - Adam F. Dissel00:45:26
Tyres - Tim Mallins00:55:26
Jet Engines - Jason Sutcliffe01:01:54
Hercules - Ryan Nugent01:15:43
A400M - Tony Flynn01:30:39
F-35B - Jack Cronan01:52:15
F-18E - Micah02:06:00
Oil Spill 727 - Steve Armson02:18:36
P-8 - Mark Faulds02:38:45
APG Live Recoring and Epilogue02:47:03
It was nice meeting you at Farnborough Markus and thank you very much for such an excellent contribution to the APG show. I hope you enjoyed your visit.
Likewise :-) Thanks again for picking me up!
Thanks Marcus! Great podcast
Glad you liked it :-)
Wonderfull Podcast! Lots of details, fun and news! The best must have been, being there as an official journalist – right? ;-) !!!
Fun with flags?
No, fun with Markus!
I was listening to the APG live show and was happy to hear you there as well. Now listening to your Farnborough show and find that you are asking really good questions and getting answers at a deep enough level to be meaningful. Keep up the good work!
Thx, we’ll try :-)
Great diversity of interviewees. I guess we all need to get on becoming grandmas.
One of your best. It was quite nice to have a sort of greatest hits format. I would definitely be interested to hear more from Martin Baker in the future. I’ve been fascinated by aircraft escape systems since I read The Man in the Hot Seat by Doddy Hay as a child.
Martin Baker will come :-)