I'll dig it out when I get home from work, if no-one else has come up with anything by then. I might not know the answer of course, but I recognised some of the music on the programme, so you never know your luck!Good point, I'm sorry - it was the rematch.
The music begins when the German 'Donald Duck' reaches Instow and continues as the British Intercity 125 reaches Fremington.
Excuse me quoting myself, but there is definitely another Toy Stories special in the offing. JM has been filming in Barnstaple (apparently the Toy Stories capital of Great Britain), something to do with flight this time. Don't know much more than that.
There appears to definitely be a new Toy Stories in the offing - hurrah!!!
Plenty of info in this article
Read more: http://www.shropshirestar.com/news/2012/04/13/james-may-in-paper-plane-challenge-at-raf-cosford/May was at the museum, near Shifnal, to film an episode of James May?s Toy Stories, for a Christmas special ? and invited local schoolchildren to attend to create and decorate their own paper planes.
Pupils from Thomas Telford School were among those who took part in the challenge.
They had been asked to take along paper planes their parents had made and designs they might have discovered in books.
A giant balsa wood aircraft will then be made and dropped from a balloon over the Kent coast at a future date.
May said what they were attempting to do ? fly the large glider ? had never been done before and may or may not work.
I don't remember if any Dutch or Afrikaans speaker here brought this up before (warning: naughty words in Dutch and Afrikaans):
http://www.driving.co.uk/features/5694And there?s a Christmas special of Toy Stories. Previous episodes have involved building a life-size Airfix Spitfire and a giant Lego house from 3.3m bricks. (Lego made sure they were returned so they didn?t depress the market for the bricks.) This year May will try to construct a giant version of the balsawood gliders children built decades ago.