Interviews about space science, astronomy, rockets, planets, galaxies, stars...
Martin Rees explains Hawkings early work...
Fully electric cars are everywhere now, why is there still no Tesla equivalent for aeroplanes?
Landing on the moon was an iconic moment in history. Our listeners share what it meant to them...
It was an amazing feat 50 years ago but will we go back to the moon?
Why don't people believe we landed on the Moon?
How did the Apollo 11 get home? Their return could've been a lot worse, as physicist Katie Mack reveals...
What happened during that giant leap?
Hear from Norman Sears, an engineer that designed the system to land man on the moon.
3, 2, 1, LIFTOFF! The Naked Scientists launch their own rocket with the help of some friends.
Armstrong. Aldrin. Collins. Meet the crew that went to the moon.
NASA had a decade to get it right but why was a "Moonshot" so important?
"In space, no one can hear you scream....". Well, we wanted to test this for ourselves!
Do space travellers experience 0 gravity?
What should we make of the latest Martian methane plume?
While teams continue to search for gold, others are looking for something quite different; life.
Taking your screams as high up as we can go...
When it comes to extreme speed, there’s one thing that takes the crown; light.
May 29th 1919 marked an important day for the world of physics and a young scientist called Albert Einstein.
Is Jeff Bezos really going to make it to the moon?
What can we learn about dark matter from cosmological simulations? Colin DeGraf is here to tell us.
A primer on dark matter - history of observations, and what we know, with Astronomer Royal Martin Rees.
Our panel unravel the science behind common mythconceptions.
We put our panel to the ultimate test. Who will win Big Brain of the Month?
How can space technology help us in our beds?
Beth Biller from Edinburgh's Institute of Astronomy brought something out of this world to the show