In 1943, an exciting new sound was heard around the British airfields and a new shape appeared in British skies. It was the De Havilland Vampire, Britain's second jet fighter. The whine of its Goblin engine, the absence of propeller and its distinctive twiin boom layout, marked it as something really different. In this programme, Brett Emeny, an experienced formation aerobatics pilot, takes us on a walk around of his aircraft followed by a cockpit tour. We then fly with Brett on an aerobatic sortie, firsly in formation with another Vampire flown by Paul 'Huggy' Hughan and then solo. Multiple cameras provide breathtaking coverage from in the cockpit, air-to-air and from the ground.