was very popular but it clashed with Robin Hood on Tyne Tees at 5.25pm.
Helicopters saw limited use in World War II.
Answers: 1 The Duchess On The Estate; 2 Pete and Sue; 3 Hugh Dennis and Claire Skinner; 4 Cheese factory; 5 Margaret; 6 George Alagiah; 7 Mr Papadopoulos; 8 Phil Spencer; 9 Jaime Sommers; 10 Blott On The Landscape; 11 Blue Peter; 12 Bonanza; 13 Bread; 14 Lexi King; 15 Sally Oliver; 16 Shipman; 17 Greg Davies; 18 Tim Curry; 19 Whirlybirds
; 20 Beggar My Neighbour; 21 The Confederate flag; 22 Joel; 23 Virgin Cooks; 24 Jonathan Rhys Meyers; 25 The Tripods
"Now I don't remember if it was Nigel or another guy who lived by the school whose house I used to stop at on the way to school and we would watch a bit of a show called Whirlybirds
In Moscow this past May, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov opened a three-day "HeliRussia" exhibition that featured domestically manufactured helicopters outfitted, news reports noted, "with the same walnut parquetry, flat-screen televisions and leather sofas favored by Middle Eastern heads of state." In China, a Shanghai firm is partnering with Sikorsky, a top global copter maker, and has already collected over a dozen orders on sleek new whirlybirds
The United States has a readyexcuse -- its whirlybirds
are tied up in Iraq and Afghanistan (though it has plenty sitting at bases here at home).
Less well known is the pioneering use of the "whirlybirds
" in the same theater during World War II.
He was first engaged as a director on "Alfred Hitchcock Presents"; among the many other shows he did were "Whirlybirds
," "Bonanza," "The Roaring Twenties," "Combat," "Suspense Theater," "Route 66" and "Kraft Theater."
Michael Vaughan and Marcus Trescothick prepared for today's opening tour match by joining the earthquake disaster zone airlift.