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    There was a very good program on BBC2 this evening 'Saving Lives at Sea.' It showed the Lifeboat Crews during actual rescues of people. animals, ships and believe it on not an aeroplane all around the UK Coast. If it comes on again try and watch it.

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    Hi John, Very good program, that was number five of 12 programs, so get the old recorder out. The film of them getting a line on board the tanker was brilliant, keeping the lifeboat there as the tanker reared up in the sea was scary, kt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Tindell View Post
    Hi John, Very good program, that was number five of 12 programs, so get the old recorder out. The film of them getting a line on board the tanker was brilliant, keeping the lifeboat there as the tanker reared up in the sea was scary, kt
    Are you sure it was a tanker Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Cameron View Post
    Wasn't talking about that one Bill was talking about a documentary last night, just watched last nights on Catch-up' it was a 3000dwt gearless bulk coaster, anyway was intended as a fun question
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    Ivan sorry I never saw the documentary, but the Thurso Lifeboat coxn in this story, was married to my cousin, he won many awards, I was born and brought up in Thurso, hence my knowledge and interest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Cameron View Post
    Ivan sorry I never saw the documentary, but the Thurso Lifeboat coxn in this story, was married to my cousin, he won many awards, I was born and brought up in Thurso, hence my knowledge and interest
    Thanks Bill, I think we all have an inherent interest in the RNLI and admire and thank all those on the front line

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    My mistake Ivan, but some good filming anyway, not only once to do the job, but twice !!. When i was in the Fire Service here on the Island, we did quite a lot of work with the lifeboat, i,ve been winched on and off her a few times by helicopter , mainly the Yarmouth lifeboat with the coxswain now retired Dave Kennett, kt

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    I wonder if today's crews as we did agree to an automatic donation to these heroes i would like to think so Terry.
    {terry scouse}

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