Oz, Barry and a friend can be seen running on an Argentine minefield in the Falkland Islands near the beginning of this episode. Although some of the minefields have been cleared in the Falklands, many still remain uncleared to this day; as it would be simply too labour intensive to remove all of them. An additional problem is that the mines were placed in peat, which can slip and flow when waterlogged. This makes them harder to remove from than normal soil. Despite this only a handful of civilians have been injured since the end of the war, and only one or two have been killed. All are fenced off and clearly signposted like the one in this scene, and are well known to the locals. See more
You know the reason I left this country in the first place, divvn't you, eh? I'll tell you. In a word, Margaret bloody Thatcher, that's why. Because I'd had it, I was up to there with what she'd created. Bloody wasteland. Desolate. Nae joy, nae hope, nae nowt. Where kids get to 21 and have never done a day's work in their life. Honest men have to go out thieving to feed their families. Young bairns can buy heroin in the bike sheds at school. Oh, dear. But I thought, "Nah, nah, nah. It's got to ...
One in Ten
by UB40 (on Trevor's radio) See more