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Matthews Interview: Captain Tony Meadows, Concorde Pilot

Title
Matthews Interview: Captain Tony Meadows, Concorde Pilot
Transmission details
9 May 1982
Description
Mike Matthews talks to Captain Tony Meadows, the pilot of Concorde Airplane. He talks about his life and his career. He says that he started as a mathematician, then went to the National Service, in the Royal Air Force and ended up being a Concorde Pilot. The fastest speed he experienced was more or less 1.450 miles per hour, it means that you can make 23 miles every minute. The programme was re-transmitted on 12 May 1982. [Box 4]
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Duration
00:48:14
Notes
Includes music. Track 1- Music at approx 5-8 mins; 54 mins to end; Track 2- Music at approx 3-6 mins; 11 mins to end; Track 3 Music at approx 2-5 mins; 10 mins to end; mic/spool noise on tape.
Misc. notes
Speed:- 7.5ips
Production company
Radio 210
Technical information
Stereo
Extent
1 tape

Credits

Presenter
Mike Matthews
Series Producer
Jonathan Richards
Interviewees
Tony Meadows

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