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Apollo 13 Minute Podcast
A minute-by-minute analysis of director Ron Howard's 1995 feature film, Apollo 13
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 15 ratings
Great Podcast
Wasn't what I was expecting and almost gave up a few minutes into the first episode. Glad that I didn't an am now ploughing through the episodes.Read full review »
Loovehead via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/13/19
I listen to a lot of Movies by Minutes podcasts. I love the format. Apollo 13 Minute is sort of unique in focusing on the real story and the people who lived it. Of course they also discuss the filmmaking but it’s a real treat to hear the stories of this incredible event.
thatTravisBow via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/14/18
Fantastic !!
I’m a podcast buff & it doesn’t get better than this! Love the show!!
Burnsbe3 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/12/18
Recent Episodes
The Earth fills the screen. “Thirteen, this is Houston,” says Capcom. “We’re reading your telemetry. Good to see you again!” Lovell looks out the left LM window, while Swigert and Haise look out the right window. “Good to see you, too, Houston,” replies Haise. In the Lovell bedroom, Marilyn...
Published 02/08/19
As James Horner’s theme plays, Lovell looks out at the Moon through the LM window. Lovell imagines what it would have been like to have a successful landing. He pictures taking the last few steps down the ladder, and standing in the bowl of the LM footpad.  Placing his left foot on the powdery...
Published 02/07/19
In the LM, Fred Haise holds a camera that he would have used on the lunar surface. Lovell switches on a ceiling light in the LM. Back in Houston, Marilyn quietly cries in a chair, listening to static on the NASA squawk box. The scene fades to black. Along the limb of the Moon’s far side,...
Published 02/06/19
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