Interviews about space science, astronomy, rockets, planets, galaxies, stars...
Martin Rees explains Hawkings early work...
Can we take our plants with us into space?
What will our rockets of the future look like?
What health issues might humanity face in space?
What would a trip into space feel like?
Could we one day take holidays on another planet?
Is there life on the red planet? How can we find out?
How would we find a suitable new planet? Are there any planets with atmospheres like ours?
Would you leave Earth if you had to? Why would we need to leave at all?
What does the space race have to do with better contact lenses and safer eye surgeries? This week's Down to Earth...
How kit for searching for life on Mars has led to a mini pump used in a handheld explosives detector...
How the space race spawned the selfie…
The first evidence of a black hole swarm at the centre of our galaxy...
How was Hawking grappling with these strange cosmic entities?
How life found a way on one of the world's driest deserts...
What does space travel have to do with efficient folding?
Who will be The Naked Scientists' big brain of the week?
Astronomers explore a planetary system very similar to our own.
The most powerful rocket ever built takes to the skies.
How a plasma drill in space can help us charge things faster here on earth.
... The biggest and most advanced telescope dish ever made.
What instruments will be on board the James Webb Space Telescope?
How will this giant sunshield unfold in space?
What are the challenges ahead of launch for JWST? Are astronomers ready?