In the National Interest -Recollections of a Test Pilot
Aged 18 Graham Andrew went to Cranwell and became a RAF pilot. He eventually became a test pilot with the RAF before moving on to Rolls Royce. He was made Chief Test Pilot for Rolls Royce in 1976 and flew everything from the Harrier to the Phantom and Concorde.
In his career he has had 27 engine failures and one hairy ejection, and has flown 178 types of plane so we can expect an interesting talk!