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  • Johnnie

    ‘Britain on holiday’ is back on Sky News – Kay Burley will be travelling the country and stopping off at some of Britain’s best-loved tourist destinations.

    On Monday 23rd August 2004

    10.15 Loch Lomond

    14.30 and 17.00 Edinburgh

    Tuesday 24th August 2004

    10.15 Ullswater

    15.30 and 17.00 Live At Five Blackpool beach after landing there at 13.30

    Wednesday 25th August 2004

    10.15 Alton Towers

    14.30 and 17.00 Live At Five Warwick Castle after landing there at 15.30

    Thursday 26th August 2004

    10.15 – Caerleon Amphitheatre, Gwent

    14.30 and 17.00 Live At Five Cheddar Gorge.

    Friday 27th August 2004

    10.15 – The Eden Project

    14.30 and 17.00 Live At Five Newquay beach after landing there at 15.15.

    Look out for the copter, take a pic and post it here – lets see if we can get an images from each destination ?


    Great pic Johnnie any chance of getting a better quality?


    I think this is a silly bit of “journalism”. You can’t hear Kay (who would want to) and neither are the poor people she is interviewing from the silly skycopter. and we can’t hear the people she is interviewing either.

    why can’t they just get a live feed from the studio and interview them like that so people can hear them?

    silly silly silly

    Four pints
    four pints

    I agree, you can’t even see the place she is really, just her in a chopper, doesn’t make much sense. also, all that pollution in the sky. how unnecessary. :angry:


    Yes, and don’t they have the Sky Travel channel and specific programmes for this?

    It’s hardly world-wide breaking news.

    Looks to me like it’s an excuse for Kay to have a holiday :angry:


    It seems a pointless filler to me , If I want to see some ugly riding on a chopper I’ll watch marie ashby on itv instead.

    Its the most prominent use for the sky! copter which has been a white elephant so far.

    This morning ‘hover ‘was daft, visibility was about 100 metres and you couldnt see anything of the park. The guy she interviewed was only interested in plugging alton towers and was boring to listen to.

    What they gonna do if the weather gets worse?, ground it.


    Kay and the team have taken the day-off from “Britain on Hoilday” she is above Boscastle (North Cornwell)

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