Brian Cox, music from space films and landing on moon rocks
Celebrating 50 Years since the Apollo 11 landings they share their passion for the Moon.
Jarvis Cocker returns to the airwaves with a sonic journey into deep space.
JFK's administration chose him to be the first black US astronaut. But it wasn't to be...
Dallas Campbell explores how astronauts will return to the moon. This time to stay.
In this 2017 episode, Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by a panel of space travellers.
Charles Hazlewood explores the musical legacy of the first moon landing.
Lunar geologist Katherine Joy tells Jim Al-Khalili why we need to go back to the moon.
Explore the part Jodrell Bank observatory played in the 1969 Space Race and Moon Landings
Brian Cox and Robin Ince explore how we measure the universe.
Live at BBC Proms, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and choral forces conducted by Sakari Oramo.
Tom Service is on a mission to discover the real music of space
History as it happened, uninterrupted: every word, every crackle, the tension and triumph
Actual NASA audio and songs from 17 moon and space-related films. But which?
Pennie Latin meets Dr Melanie Windridge to hear about the science of the Northern Lights.
Anna Foster remembers the Apollo 8 mission on its 50th anniversary.
Anna Foster speaks to the female space scientists leading the way in space exploration.
Professor of physics Brian Cox is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
Professor Catherine Heymans on life exploring the dark side of the Universe.
Roy Plomley's castaway is astronomer Carl Sagan
Astrophysicist Sheila Rowan talks about her work on gravitational waves.