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13 Minutes to the Moon
How the first moon landing was saved. The full story of the people who made Apollo 11 happen and prevented it from going badly wrong. Theme music by Hans Zimmer.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 7,698 ratings
Amazing podcast
BBC team had done a phenomenal job in creating this podcast telling the story in a sequential fashion.
Ravi Kodamarti via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/21/19
From the balance between archive recording, interview and narration to the careful rigour of the techie explanations to the structure of the episode schedule, this is a complete podcast series. No science fiction I have encountered has been as engaging or gripping as this.
Glad Plodder via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/20/19
Podcast over all podcasts
A thrilling production down to every minute detail. From the sonic theme that litterly beams the dark, cold and lonely void of space straight into your gut, via the pointed drama of young wizkids at mission control and the «right stuff» Flash Gordon’s carrying the load of all mankind in their...Read full review »
IngeBJoha via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 09/19/19
Recent Episodes
“We choose to go.” The season finale comes from where President John F Kennedy made his famous Moon speech to rally the US behind the Apollo programme. The venue is Rice University in Houston, where we reflect on one of the greatest achievements in human history. And we consider a future return...
Published 07/19/19
History as it happened, uninterrupted: every word, every crackle, the tension and triumph. Hear how Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to reach the Moon. This is Nasa’s archive recording of Capcom Charlie Duke’s communications loop from 20 July 1969. #13MinutestotheMoon
Published 07/14/19
History as it happened, explained. Kevin Fong guides us through the descent to the Moon from start to finish, using Capcom Charlie Duke’s communications loop, from Nasa’s archive. And we hear memories and reflections on Apollo 11 from: Charlie Duke Poppy Northcutt John Aaron Jim Lovell...
Published 07/14/19
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