Tuesday 4 June

Animal Migration

11.45am – 12pm

Evolution backwards in 3 minutes! An extract of a performance at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2011, music by Kit Downes and his Jazz Band, animation by Lesley Barnes and Bruce Cameron, science by Adam Rutherford, commissioned by The Wellcome Trust and The Cheltenham Jazz Festival.

Apollo: Raw and Uncut (Part 1)

12pm – 2pm

Chris Riley’s unique video installation shows what the earth looks like from space through NASA’s entire collection documented between 1966 and 1972. Apollo missions and Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon are included in this free showing of filming shot by human beings in space and on the surface of the moon.

Apollo: Raw and Uncut consists of 13 hours of footage that will be split across 6 screenings over the course of the Festival.

Frozen Planet Episode 1

introduced by Mark Brandon
3pm – 4.15pm

David Attenborough sets out on an extraordinary journey across the earth’s polar regions, exploring the Arctic and Antarctic.

Apollo: Raw and Uncut (Part 2)

4.15pm – 7.15pm

Chris Riley’s unique video installation shows what the earth looks like from space through NASA’s entire collection documented between 1966 and 1972. Apollo missions and Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon are included in this free showing of filming shot by human beings in space and on the surface of the moon.

Apollo: Raw and Uncut consists of 13 hours of footage that will be split across 6 screenings over the course of the Festival.