She’s going on a journey.
She’s going to Hesham.
He has a contraption which no one else has. He has succeeded and Beth is going to write a book about it.
He’s going to take off and he’s going to be the first one to take off from lake Coniston.
They found what was left of the aircraft and now it’s in the museum. There are still people alive today who saw the crash.
The daughter saw the plane come out.
The thing in front of him is for the volume.
She’s in an aircraft and flying off to somewhere. South Africa.
That disconnect from that, I’ve no idea!
She’s trying to see how it feels like.
Beth is a baroness. This liberal democrat would have nothing to do with this story as she’s too busy doing sensible things!
Her family is at home. They're at home, they’re at home.
She had an accident and had some kind of physio.
Therapy on her leg. One of her leg is very different from the other. Some sort of flying accident.
She has a family, there’s a boy in the machine.
Her dad used to make film so perhaps he’s helping him.