Ep 335: The Mosquito

Ep 335: The Mosquito

For many people it was the greatest aircraft of the Second World War. Built out of wood and capable of flying fast and over huge distances, the Germans hated the ‘Mossie’.

Al Murray and James Holland visit the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre to enjoy the Mosquito up close. Al even got to have a go. 

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  1. Hi there, just listened to the mosquito episode, which I found fascinating- My favourite aircraft from ww2. I was just wondering is there any way you could do an episode about the Amiens prison raid, must be the all time mission for the mosquito. Only the RAF could come up with a mission like this. Thanks in advance

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