- Radio Times
- Review by:
- David Crawford
Numbers 11 and 13 are the missions that grabbed the headlines, but as this stirring documentary reveals, it was number 17, the final Apollo space mission, that deserves the most scientific plaudits.
The sheer joy of seeing astronauts bounding around on the Moon and singing is one of the highlights. As one of the technicians who worked on the mission sums up: “It was really fun.”
About this programme
The final days of Nasa's Apollo space programme, featuring interviews with scientists who worked at the agency during the 1960s and 70s.