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COVENTRY stuntman Gary Taylor (left) is aiming to deliver some heartthumping, jaw-dropping dare-devil motorcycle madness as he returns home with The Extreme Stunt Show this weekend.
Santhos hopes that AirAsia, Malaysian budget airline, will help him achieve this dare-devil feat soon.
Combining traditional circus skills and dare-devil trapeze artists with Indian dance, drummers and Tai Chi, it is hoped the event might become an annual attraction, attracting visitors from across the North-West.
The largest free airshow in Europe is a chance to see high-speed jets, dare-devil display teams and precision flying in the air.
Virgin 1 will feature dare-devil Leo Houlding's rock-climbing and high-wire skills in a show from DJ Chris Evans' production company.
As the BBC show's 32nd presenter, Andy Akinwolere's immediate dare-devil tasks will include abseiling from the Humber Bridge, attempting the Dutch sport of canal jumping, and sampling the life of a working cowboy in Texas.
He took them to get through a dare-devil "flying" stunt without throwing up in front of millions of viewers.
Last year's spectacle was an absolute cracker which thrilled the crowd with speed, dare-devil overtaking and shunts galore.
Dare-devil pilot Ian Ashpole proved he was a real basket case recently when he lay on a hammock stretched out between the Apple and Strawberry - 7,000 ft above ground.
Later, he built airplanes for dare-devil pilot Lincoln Beachy.
Skeeter's 'background' as a radio DJ, rap artist, celebrity bodyguard, choreographer, personal trainer, dare-devil, and secret agent spy (to name a few occupations
18-year-old Veronica Bartaby was persuaded to try for the Empire job in 1958 while working at Price's tailoring factory on Saltwells Road, Middlesbrough, and, fired up with ambition and a dare-devil con-fidence, she applied.