When I was in 73 Int Sect, Korbecke between 1979 and 1981, I was a regular member of 7 Int Coy's THREAT Roadshow, playing the argumentative (and portly) Soviet officer as we toured around Garrisons in HQ 1 (BR) Corps, back in London in 1980 and the final presentation in Rheindahlen at the Globe Cinema in front of General Sir Michael Gow. I had a fabulous time with the team, who also included one former Director of the Corps, and a number of very professional JNCOs, including at least a couple who went on to be commissioned to Staff Rank, and one who made the mistake of buying a metallic pink Ford Escort. However, can anyone remember the very first performance of the Roadshow, which was given in the old Nissan hut cinema in Soltau back in 1976 to an audience who mainly consisted of Staff Officers. The 7 Int Coy team was led by their OC who had an unfortunate speech impediment, and the team was supported by 71 Int Section's enthusiastic model maker and Group Cricket Captain, a Corporal A******* H********. Only two things spoiled the performance that day. The first was when the OC, microphone in hand, miming to an Andy Williams record, had to speak his first words......and couldn't get them out. The second co*k up was when AH had to launch his model of a FROG 7 SSM, which hung on a cat gut wire and was propelled by a small motor. As he lit the fuse, the match burned through the cat gut and the FROG Model went into an unintentional and unguided free flight towards the balcony at the rear of the cinema. Laugh, the audience almost sh*t themselves !