After Apollo, the Cold War, the end of the Shuttle, many thought exploration was over. But now entrepreneurs like Elon Musk and SpaceX and new entrant nations are racing into space. We’ll find your space speaker, be they all about low-Earth orbit, or perhaps expert on places much further away.
Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong became the first men to walk on the surface of the Moon on July 20th 1969. The experience which changed their lives forever has been at the core of Aldrin's talks for forty years.... [more]
Richard Hollingham speaker and writer is author of How to Clone the Perfect Blonde. Science writer Richard is a regular columnist and contributor to the Daily Mail, BBC online, New Scientist and The Times.... [more]
Sue Nelson, science presenter, writer, host, moderator, and former BBC science and environment correspondent. An award-winning journalist and broadcaster - and an experienced live performer - Sue writes elegantly and excitingly on science, space, and our digital world. ... [more]
Julian Rush is Channel 4 News Science & Environment Correspondent and now has the defence brief. He is expert on environmental issues - climate change, GM crops, renewables and nuclear, and science subjects - bird 'flu, space, nanotechnology, engineering, computing, medicine & obesity.... [more]