The new March 2011 issue of RCM&E is on sale 11th February and it's another bumper 140-page issue!

REGULARS
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All the latest news from near and far including the results of our 2010 Hobby Awards!

COUNTERPOINT
Hot from the factory, we’ve some desirable new items to tempt

ALL WRITE
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GOING PLACES
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NEXT ISSUE
Check out our report from Nuremburg where we highlight all the new products you’ll be seeing in 2011!

COLUMNS
TOTALLY TRADITIONAL
Pete Lowe finally completes his P-47 and updates Janet's DVII build

FLY ELECTRIC
Nigel Hawes flies the S-POU! and returns to the Fokker DVIII

WEEKENDERS
Rumbled by the committee, out manoeuvred by the chairman and abandoned by Parry… Whittaker lives his worst nightmare

99 WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch lights the spark ignition fire before settling down with a pair of knitting needles...

WORKSHOP
128 DB SE5
Graham Ashby’s been hard at it and returns with a progress update

REVIEWS
42 HARVARD 120
Colin Fretwell takes Black Horse’s 82” span beast out for a spin.

60 VIPER
Andy Ellison returns to the DLG fray and takes a top sportster out for a spin

104 YAK 54
E-flite's next-gen’ foamie aerobat

113 DIAMOND 1800
Following on from the success of the 2500 – we try the 1.8m span motor glider

124 NEMESIS NXT
Seagull’s pretty, 56” span racer

FEATURES
16 IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER
Alex Whittaker samples the life-affirming qualities of Barkston’s Xmas meet

25 WHAT GOES UP
Aerodynamic principles adopt strange shapes at the wing tip. David Burton takes a closer look

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74 AIRCRAFT DESCRIBED
More than 70 years on, the Harvard is still training fighter pilots. Dave Roberts explains why…

94 ANATOMY OF A SHOWBEAST
Chris Poyser’s superb Sopwith Pup in front of the lens

110 TEN THINGS…
….every club instructor should know

118 BETTER BY DESIGN
Dave Royds concludes his design walk-through

122 THE WAY WE WERE
Kev Crozier examines the model flying scene in March 1967

PRO-PLAN
68 MELODY
Peter Miller’s latest design introduces a beautiful biplane to his growing family of angels

 

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