Source RTE headline Two people killed in collision with luxury sandals at Glasgow Airport article The RTE documentary The Great Sands War follows two people who lost their lives in a collision at Glasgow International Airport, while one passenger was critically injured.
The film also reveals that many people in Glasgow don’t want to wear high heels.RTE 2 follows a group of people who, along with a former Royal Air Force (RAF) pilot, try to set up a charity to buy the high heels of the poor.
The group meets at the Royal Air Logistics Institute (RAIL) in Glasgow and they decide to start a charity that will purchase high heels for the poor, but there are many hurdles.
The team, led by former RAA pilot and pilot of the UK’s first super-jumbo, Mark, and former RIAA music industry executive and broadcaster, Mark Evans, are working on a plan that will see them buy the sandals of the group.
The film explores how the wealthy use the money they receive from the charities they help to support, which can include charity shoplifting, the sale of stolen goods, and theft from people who have lost their jobs or who are being evicted from their homes.
The charity, called The Great Sash, is based in Glasgow’s Royal Albert Dock.
The organisation has already raised over £1 million from fans and sponsors and it plans to spend the money on purchasing sandals for the homeless.
But the charity’s main aim is to help the poor and the homeless in Scotland.
Its founders have described the mission as “giving back” to the people who live in the Glasgow area and say the group’s mission is not to help them, but rather to give back to those who are “saved” by the charity.
The programme will also look at how the charity is able to raise awareness about the issue and what the impact of high heels is on the environment.