“Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport” Features a Familiar Weasley Voice Addressing the Pandemic
As everyone can attest, 2020 was an eye-opening year, and it changed our daily lives in multiple ways. Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in Britain, and it’s had its fair share of changes within the last year. Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport is returning for its seventh season, which will be narrated by one of the most iconic movie moms of all time, Dame Julie Walters, or as the Harry Potter fandom knows her, Molly Weasley.
Season 7 of the documentary series was filmed at the end of 2020, and viewers will be treated to a behind-the-scenes look at how airport employees tackled the ongoing crisis of COVID-19. It will showcase Heathrow’s response in keeping vital supply lines open, assisting passengers, and all the new safety measures that are still evolving.
For fans of the series, you’ll see some familiar faces. Demi, Service Delivery Manager, explores his role as he adapts to a post-pandemic world. COVID Marshal Natalie will be closely followed as she works to maintain safety for all passengers and the airport in general. Air World Cargo Driver Dylan will be highlighted as a key role in keeping the United Kingdom’s vital supply lines open for delivery of necessary PPE and other essentials. After narrating Season 5 of the show, Dame Julie Walters will return for Season 7, and she is ready to examine the challenges everyone has faced with the pandemic.
As a fan of the show, it’s been fascinating to see how Heathrow has changed during the pandemic. The series reveals the tremendous amount of new measures in place to keep everyone safe and colleagues working tirelessly to keep the airport open.
The chief executive officer of Heathrow, John Holland-Kaye, is excited to bring this season to fans since it’s unlike any other.
This series of Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport is unlike any other. Viewers are invited behind-the-scenes [sic] to follow how the airport operates during a global pandemic, showcasing our incredible colleagues working around the clock to keep our passengers and people safe. The show gives an insight into some of the challenges we face as a business and how our colleagues have responded with great resilience and compassion. I’m grateful to all the key workers at Heathrow for keeping the UK’s hub airport open for vital supplies and essential journeys during the pandemic.
This is definitely an interesting show to watch. Fans are encouraged to follow along and join the conversation on social media using #BritainsBusiestAirport. The first episode aired on March 10 on ITV.
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