@Digimonkey Cheers Iain, I listened to 13 Minutes to the moon last year - loved it; wasn't aware of series 2 looking at the flight of Apollo 13 - one episode in and I am really enjoying it; the production seems to be more polished than series 1.C. - you might find this of interest - I heard it on the World Service - but you can download via the BBC app - Apollo 13
Apollo 13: the extraordinary story, told by the people who flew it and saved itwww.bbc.co.uk
Heavily based on interviews with the people involved - archive of the comms between the doomed lunar lander and mission control as the whole thing unfolds - the event lives on in our everyday speech - 'Houston - we've had a problem.'
This is series two - the first is about Apollo 11.
How the first moon landing was saved. The story of the people who made Apollo 11 happenwww.bbc.co.uk
Again - an event written into our common vocabulary - 'Houston - Tranquility base here - the Eagle has landed.' Let's leave aside the whole 'one giant leap' thing - an appalling grammatical error - when 20% of the entire world population were watching - in fairness Armstrong probably had bigger concerns at the time than satisfying pedants.
Give it a listen - see what you think - it is worth noting that the smartphone next to me - or indeed the laptop I am typing on - have more computing power available to them - than any Apollo mission - makes it seem all the more remarkable.
Yours - I.
Hope all is good with you,
All the best,