Skyfaring - A Journey With A Pilot

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012015042020150421 (R4)Mark Vanhoenacker always had a passion for flying, but didn't ever really consider it as a job, until his research as a young academic began to frustrate him and the tug of the skies once more made its presence felt.

Today he is a long distance pilot for one of the world's major airlines.

Episode 1:

Take-off and the fascination with height - from small town Massachusetts to the busy skies over Europe.

Read by William Hope

Produced by Jill Waters

A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.

A fascination with height, from small-town Massachusetts to the busy skies over Europe.

022015042120150422 (R4)Mark Vanhoenacker explores 'place-lag' and journeying through time zones.

Mark Vanhoenacker always had a passion for flying, but didn't ever really consider it as a job, until his research as a young academic began to frustrate him and the tug of the skies once more made its presence felt.

Today he is a long distance pilot for one of the world's major airlines.

Episode 2:

'Place- lag' and journeying through time zones.

Read by William Hope

Produced by Jill Waters

A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.

032015042220150423 (R4)Mark Vanhoenacker always had a passion for flying, but didn't ever really consider it as a job, until his research as a young academic began to frustrate him and the tug of the skies once more made its presence felt.

Today he is a long distance pilot for one of the world's major airlines.

Episode 3:

A precious passenger and new perspectives on old places.

Read by William Hope

Produced by Jill Waters

A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.

042015042320150424 (R4)Ships in the night.

Mark Vanhoenacker always had a passion for flying, but didn't ever really consider it as a job, until his research as a young academic began to frustrate him and the tug of the skies once more made its presence felt.

Today he is a long distance pilot for one of the world's major airlines.

Episode 4:

Read by William Hope

Produced by Jill Waters

A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.

05 LAST2015042420150425 (R4)Mark Vanhoenacker always had a passion for flying, but didn't ever really consider it as a job, until his research as a young academic began to frustrate him and the tug of the skies once more made its presence felt.

Today he is a long distance pilot for one of the world's major airlines.

Episode 5:

Landing, flying blind and coming home.

Read by William Hope

Produced by Jill Waters

A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.