Tom Scott went inside a simulator at the Airline Flight Academy to experience what it would be like to land a 737 Jet in the case of an emergency.
Tom Scott went to southern France to fly amongst the birds in a microlight aircraft with Christian Moullec of Voler Avec Les Oiseaux.
The adventurous Tom Scott visited Aéroplume in Écausseville, France, to pilot a single-person helium blimp inside a giant warehouse.
The ever-experimental Tom Scott allowed himself to be set on fire by the special effects experts of the InCamera channel.
Tom Scott traveled to Edinburgh, Scotland to learn the challenging art of Parkour with the executive director of Access Parkour.
A nervous Tom Scott visited Alton Towers Theme Park to overcome his visceral fear of rollercoasters with Increasingly difficult rides.
Tom Scott enlisted the tenacious Mike Boyd to help him learn how to ride a bicycle for the first time and in as little time possible.
Tom Scott visited Engineered Arts to meet a highly realistic robotic humanoid version of himself that performed an advertisement for him.
Tom Scott came to New York City to get a birdseye view of the Statue of Liberty in surprisingly legal airspace courtesy of Century Air.
Tom Scott visited with digicore artist and producer Beardyman at his London studio where his voice was remixed into a hyperpop song.