Today we have launched our brand new podcast Live from The Space Shed – hosted by me (in my role as Director of Human Spaceflight for the Unlimited Space Agency) and Mini Jon – UNSA’s first astronaut. Here’s the trailer for Season 1
We are massively proud of this project – the interviews are genuinely brilliant with fantastic and inspiring guests including space doctor Kevin Fong, all round ‘space nerd’ Dr Jen Gupta, space engineer Abbie Hutty and particle smasher Prof John Butterworth – just for starters.
We’d hugely value your support to help us reach as many people as possible. The easiest and best things you can do to support us is:
1. SUBSCRIBE – this is the best way for us to get noticed and on the podcast charts. Click any of the following links to go directly to your preferred podcast platform:
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2. SPREAD THE WORD – if you enjoy the trailer, please tell everyone you can on any of your social channels. The more people we can get clicking and downloading at the start, the more likely we can get the platforms to notice us and reach the most amount of people. Here’s a short link to the dedicated Podcasts page http://bit.ly/SpaceShedLive
Thanks for helping us spread the word. I really hope you enjoy Series 1.
We’ve already got a second series planned that we’ll be recording at this summer’s festivals. Going forwards we’re focussing on climate breakdown and have a fantastic lineup of climate scientists and activists joining us at The Great Exhibition Road Festival (London), Slung Low’s The Holbeck (Leeds), Latitude, the British Science Festival (Coventry) and We The Curious in Bristol.
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