Apollo 13: the extraordinary story, told by the people who flew it and saved it
“Houston, we’ve had a problem.” To ignite catastrophe takes the flick of a single switch
“We were in deep, deep trouble.” Mission Control like you’ve never heard it before
The astronauts are fighting for their lives – and have to escape to their lunar lander
Power must be brutally rationed after the crew flies around the Moon
“We were being poisoned by our own exhalation.” Carbon dioxide threatens to kill the crew
The crew are off course, 200,000 miles from home. And without a guidance computer
"I still have nightmares about this." Can the crew survive the dangers of re-entry?
Special episode with Apollo 13 Commander Jim Lovell. An extended interview
Special episode with Nasa legend, flight controller John Aaron. An extended interview
Apollo 13 should've been Nasa's third Moon landing - what went wrong?
In 1970, the Lovells watched their husband and father blast off on an ill-fated mission
An explosion forces the astronauts to build makeshift CO2 adaptors to avoid suffocation
Apollo 13: The silence in the blackout from those who were there