22-25 July 2021 Jodrell Bank Observatory

Science

Dallas Campbell: A7-L – How To Make A Spacesuit

Watch back Dallas Campbell's stellar DotTalk exploring the story behind Neil Armstrong’s…

Jeff Forshaw: Our Quantum Universe

Professor of theoretical particle physics Jeff Forshaw provides an introduction to what quantum phys…

Libby Jackson: UK Goes to the Moon

UK Space Agency's Libby Jackson shared the amazing details of our lunar story at bluedot 2…

Ben Stappers: The Best Clocks in the Universe, Pulsars

How do you use pulsars to weigh the Moon and the planets in the solar system? Find out in Ben Stappe…

Jim Al-Khalili: Sunfall

Renowned theoretical physicist, broadcaster and author Professor Jim Al-Khalili explored the cutting…

Sally Cooper: Spinder: A Dating App for Pulsars

Pulsar hunter Sally Cooper took our bluedot audience on a tour of the Galaxy and to see what starry…

Tamsin Edwards: Polar Thinking

Tamsin Edwards tells the real story of climate science in her captivating 'Polar Thinking' DotTalk a…

Interview: Libby Jackson

Discover what UK Space Agency's Libby Jackson would send into space, her feelings about the Apollo 1…

James Burke & Dallas Campbell: The Voyager

Author & TV presenter Dallas Campbell joined us in conversation with British broadcaster James Burke…

James Burke & Dallas Campbell: Moon Landings

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo XI, author & TV presenter Dallas Campbell joined us in c…

Eamonn Kerins: What Does It Take To Leave Our Planet

Astrophysicist Eamonn Kerins shared some of the latest research on the study of exoplanets at bluedo…

Chris Lintott: Weird Worlds

Discover how you can help find planets around other stars in the night sky with BBC Sky At Night's C…

Monica Grady: 1969 And All That

Professor of Planetary and Space Sciences, Monica Grady, explores the numerous iconic events wh…

Katherine Joy: The Science of the Moon

Katherine Joy explored how our knowledge from space missions and laboratory…

Alice Gorman: Dr Space Junk

Alice Gorman, aka Dr Space Junk, reveals that space is not as empty as we may think in her captivati…