Our Jan 2008 issue should be on sale Dec 21 and is crammed full of tutorials, features and reviews from all your favourite contributors.

  • P-38 Lightning – Can the E-flite foamie deliver?
  • Edge 540 –The big aerobat from GForce
  • FW-190 – A balsa model from Ultrafly, whatever next!
  • Airskipper 50 - The mid-range heli' from JR
  • Cessna 182 – The CMPro Skylane takes to the air
  • Ultimate - The little Ultrafly bipe' on test
  • There are some great columns and features including -

  • DH9 - We feature Mick Hendersons outstanding scale model.
  • On the quiet Pt.3 - Tony Jones completes his electric flight utuorial for i.c. flyers.
  • 'B' prepared - Pt.2 of Andy Ellison's 'B' certificate primer
  • Give it a whirl - We compare glow and electric machines

    Our regular columnists are back with their news and views - Nigel Hawes flies a super little budget Spitfire and in Weekenders, Alex Whittaker shows how to make scale and sports wheels yourself. Brian Winch is on hand to desciribe some simple DIY engine repair projects in Wizard of Oz.

    This month's free plan is Werewolf - a new design from Peter Miller. This 52" span character warbird flies great and is the perfect home for your .32 - .40 two-stroke engine.

    Be sure to pop along to your newsagent or model shop and pick up this latest issue of RCM&E for just £3.80. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run and subscribe?