This September 15th Irish people will get a chance to see this enormous aircraft up close when it flies right through Dublin’s city centre as part of a spectacular once-in-a-lifetime fly past. 30 aircraft including Boeing 737s and the 1940s B-17 Flying Fortress will fly from Dublin Port up the River Liffey as far as the Customs House over a two hour period. Peter Kearney is Director of Operations at the Irish Aviation Authority and he’s been involved in organizing this event.
Radio documentary 'Tel Aviv Comes Out' which was aired last weekend is about how the Israeli City is now marketing itself as a gay destination. The Gay Pride Festival in Tel Aviv this year attracted 100,000 people – but there are still those who think that is a “pinkwash” by the authorities, a P.R. exercise to make this Holy Land seem more liberal. Tim Samuels made the documentary & is the Presenter of ‘Men’s Hour’ on BBC Five Liv. Tim spoke to Derek earlier in the programme.
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