National Geographic to air new programme ‘Pub Guide to the Universe’
National Geographic will air its new programme ‘Pub Guide to the Universe’ on Thursday, October 31 at 5.30 p.m. Participants will include scientists, astronauts and astronomers. Topics intended to fuel the imagination including sports that astronauts can play on a different planet, the possibility of a different world, which has two suns etc.
The new program 'Pub Guide to the Universe' features discussions taking place on offbeat topics over a pint of beer in the Amazing Space pub. Another interesting topic is how one can while away the time on an interesting activity during a long haul to planet Mars.
The first episode asks the intriguing question of how with technological advances will we holiday in the future. The discussion will focus on the future of intergalactic travel. Amazing Space experts John Brown, Alex Barnett and Terence Murtagh talk about the best spots to tour as well as how we will occupy ourselves during the journey which will consume nine years of our lives?
Experts also try to flesh out what games and other forms of entertainment we can indulge in on places like Mars.The programme will be hosted by Craig Charles.
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