Posted on · Episode: 2896 In which Nadezhda Popova beats off the Wehrmacht in a crop-duster. Today, Nadia Popova.
Posted on · Episode: 2874 The ground effect in the service of birds and human vehicles. Today, the ground effect.
Posted on · Episode: 2866 How many wings on an aeroplane — How many strings on a violin? Thoughts on the maturation of technologies. Today, How many wings or strings on an aeroplane or a violin?
Posted on · Episode: 2849 Fern Andra and Lothar von Richthofen: One lived, one died. Today, Fern and Lothar.
Posted on · Episode: 2750 The Wings Over Houston Air Show, a learning laboratory. Today, we go to an air show.
Posted on · Episode: 2729 The China Clipper, 25 seaplanes that touched our imaginations. Today, a brief bright moment.
Posted on · Episode: 2590 In which Orville Wright tries to predict the future of the aeroplane. Today, Orville Wrignt and flight.
Posted on · Episode: 2565 The de Havilland DH.9 — a failure in war, a laboratory in peace. Today, swords and plowshares.
Posted on · Episode: 2558 How to cool an internal combustion engine — with water or with air? Today, cooled by air or water?
Posted on · Episode: 2543 Clara Adams: 150,000 miles of maiden flights. Today, Clara Adams flies.
Posted on · A new exhibit at the 1940 Air Terminal Museum highlights some of the women of Houston's aviation history.
Posted on · Episode #2518: Annular wings: another idea that seems as though it should work. Will it? Today, a strange airplane wing.
Posted on · Episode: 2508 The paradox of asymmetry — in faces, airplanes, and tigers. Today, dare we look upon asymmetry?
Posted on · Episode: 2498 The Ju-87 Stuka, another troubling story of military technology. Today, a troubled machine.
Posted on · Episode: 2489 Before we invent the aeroplane, let’s decide how to power it. Today, we wonder how to power our flying machines.