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  Judy Leden - World Hang Gliding Champion Wednesday 29 January 2003  
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Judy Leden has faced many dangers in her long and glittering flying career - hang-gliding from the summit of one of the world's highest active volcanoes, flying a microlight plane all the way from England to the Kingdom of Jordan, and beating the World Altitude Record by jumping from a balloon at 41,000 feet.

So how did the three times world champion hang-glider react, when asked to pilot a flying machine made entirely from one of Leonardo da Vinci's designs? Jenni Murray meets Judy to find out.

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