Father-of-four Mark lives in Yorkshire, but spends five out of seven days working away from home. A lorry driver takes on the company train in a race. A new truck causes a stir. The first four series saw the programme reach the top 10 of watched programmes for Channel 5, with the final two episodes of Series 2 taking first and second places for the week ending 3 July Mark Dixon and his leading lady, faithful truck Phoebe Grace, come to the end of the road together. Jimmy Callaghan does battle with some troublesome bollards. When something goes right, that is when it will get edited out.
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Views Read Edit View history. Neil has his hands full driving a 61ft road train. An Easter-egg problem needs cracking.
The team waterproof a railway bridge across the M6. The load just kept coming all over the floor; once it starts going it falls like water. Stobart truckers Ashley and Mark go head to head in a Wales v England truck-off. When something goes right, that is when it will get edited out.
A mega convoy of 16 brand new Stobart trucks sets off.
A new truck causes a stir. Mark transports 25 tonnes of logs from Scotland to Kent. The truckers deliver Christmas goods to the people of Britain and also release their very own Christmas single. Matt swaps the classroom for the cab.
The truckers demonstrate the precautions they must take to discourage stowaways. The first four series saw the programme reach the top 10 of watched programmes for Channel 5, with the final two episodes of Series 2 taking first and second places for the week ending 3 July A plane spills waste onto the runway at Southend sotlysiak.
It’s all a bit sensationalist though, with perfectly normal traffic congestion being described as the drivers’ “worst nightmare” and standard delivery deadlines made out to be life-or-death cut offs. Observational documentary series following the haulage firm.
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Series about one of the world’s biggest haulage firms. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. But it is good to see something different, we are bored of the same old, fat, hairy drivers.
But, then, year-old Mark Dixon is a rather well known trucker, having been just one of the Eddie Stobart employees featured in a fly-on-the-wall TV stobagt. A seventh series titled Eddie Stobart’s Excellent Adventures shows a selection of memorable journeys from the previous series. It’s panic stations when the haulage firm’s trucking festival needs a last-minute change of venue.
So what was it like having some of the most stressful moments of their days recorded by a TV crew? Since the launch of the first series, interest in the company has swelled to such an extent that there is now a two-year waiting list to name a truck.
Not surprising, as the club now has 20, members. Once inside, I met Solyysiak driving expert Chris Ince, who calmly showed me how to work this huge and rather frightening-looking vehicle. Jimmy catches a cold in the Lake District. Tim also stays away from home five days a week, but has a very cosy home from home in his lorry cab; which comes complete with a bed, Riona, fridge and Foreman grill, to name but a few everyday comforts.
Trucker Kevin dashes to aid a member of the public.
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An overnight job for the Stobart rail crew faces derailment. Tim Fox embarks on an epic biomass delivery. Oh yes, I remembered, there is a trailer. A seasonal helping reliving the 12 best Christmas moments from the trucking calendar.
Meanwhile year-old lorry driver Fiona Soltysiak, from Lincolnshire, has been throwing the typical trucker image out of the water with her appearances in the show. Trucks soltysisk Trailers about to start on Channel 5, Mark is not the only one who has felt the impact.