In memory of Neil Armstrong, Simon Marnie spoke with Scriptwriter/Screenwriter and Performer Warren Coleman this morning. Warren wrote the play "Buzz" a number of years ago and revealed a fascinating insight into the moon landing you may not have known. Listen back if you missed the interview.
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Really excited about the new National LP out in May (‘High Violet’), here’s a sample track…
There was a little Buzz, a little iPad and a lot of accents swirling around the show this week. It was our first ”international parity” edition serendipitously coinciding with the Olympics; we had two brits [Kevin and Elizabeth], a Canadian [Heather] and an American [Deb]. Ironically, we did not even touch on the Games themselves but rather focused on the true international language of “connecting the dots” and the human behavior and interfaces that help folks connect.
40 years ago today, the Apollo 11 mission successfully completed the first lunar landing. This is the audio from 102 hours and 11 minutes into the mission, just prior to touchdown.
Charlie Duke in Houston talks to Michael Collins in the command module and Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin in the lunar lander.
The full transcript is here: http://history.nasa.gov/alsj/a11/a11.landing.html