Flextech/BBC joint-venture channel UK Horizons has commissioned BBC science to make 135 minutes of studio-based programming for its week-long special to mark the 30th anniversary of the first moon landing. It
Flextech/BBC joint-venture channel UK Horizons has commissioned BBC science to make 135 minutes of studio-based programming for its week-long special to mark the 30th anniversary of the first moon landing. It will feature Peter Snow with a studio of experts providing commentary on Apollo 11's historic mission and will be run 'as live' throughout the week, interspersed with the original Nasa footage of the mission. The output will be produced by Eddi Tulasiewicz for UKTV and executive produced by Saul Nasse for BBC science. UK Horizons channel editor Bryher Scudamore has also scheduled a raft of moon and space documentaries acquired from the BBC to run throughout the week.