Guy Martin helps prepare the last airworthy Vulcan - XH558 'The Spirit of Great Britain' - for its farewell nationwide tour. He hears from the pilots who flew as part of Britain's Cold War nuclear deterrent and the crew behind a record-breaking mission to the Falklands.
Excellent documentary of the last flight and history of an aviation icon!
- Guy Martin: Last Flight of the Vulcan Bomber review by TB
Have to admit to having found Guy Martin a bit annoying prior to this. His infectious passion and enthusiasm in this 90 minute documentary won me over.
The film includes background on the development of the Vulcan, it's history and interviews with crew and the owner of this last flying Vulcan.
The people that maintained the bomber are obviously passionate about what they do and I dare say there will be many a tear shed watching the Vulcan take it's final flight before retirement. Recommended!
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Can't get enough Guy Martin
- Guy Martin: Last Flight of the Vulcan Bomber review by PN
Guy is such an honest and enthusiastic presenter, like an excited kid at times when it comes to engineering. If you like him or not, as long as you have an interest in the Vulcan bomber this is fantastic. What a machine, the howl of the engines is worth watching this alone and Guy gets to help maintain and explore every facet of the Vulcan prior to it's final flight. Slightly sad but outstanding TV.