It is a subject that seems endlessly convincing no matter how much information we ingest about Project Mercury.
Initiated in 1958 by Nasa and completed in 1963, it was the first man-in-space program in the United States.
There is now a new documentary called The Real Right Stuff that goes back to the beginning of the space race era to tell the amazing true tale of the first astronauts of the country, the original Mercury 7.
Tom Jennings joined Connie Willis in the first half to discuss how his company interlaces archival news and radio reports, and rare and unseen material to produce compelling documentaries on everything from Princess Diana to the Mercury 7 astronauts.
A Netflix documentary about Princess Diana, which originally aired on National Geographic in 2017, will likely answer any questions fans have after watching the latest season of “The Crown.”
If Season 4 has fueled your interest in one of royal history’s most glamorous women, you’re in luck. She has inspired many a book, documentary and article.
Knowing how to work in isolation isn’t just a good skill for astronauts — it’s also vital to create an epic space-themed soundtrack in a pandemic.
Prepare a marathon with the best of National Geographic on Disney + with these series that include mysteries of the Universe, visions of the future and documentaries of moments that changed the history of the world.
The new season takes Diana’s side. Friends of Charles are decrying it. Who is right? Hilary Rose switches to the Netflix documentary to hear Diana herself speak
The Crown Season 4 finally introduces one of the most famous women in modern history: Princess Diana (Emma Corrin). During her lifetime, Diana was one of the most watched women in the world.
Blockbuster entertainment. Marvel. Baby Yoda. Chances are these are the words that come to mind if you think Disney+. However, the House of Mouse’s streaming service also hosts some of the best National Geographic documentaries ever.
The latest series of The Crown has brought us back to the Eighties: thanks to the fourth installment of Peter Morgan’s royal soap opera, Princess Diana is, for better or worse, once again one of the most talked-about women in the world.