A century ago very few people dreamed of space travel. Today it is the most daring and technologically sophisticated quest ever undertaken, being driven not just by government agencies such as NASA and ESA, but also by visionaries such as Richard Branson (Virgin Galactic), Elon Musk (SpaceX) and Jeff Bezos (Blue Origin). To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1969 moon landing, this major docudrama series charts the definitive story of the past, present and future of humankind’s exploration of space. Narrated by Kate Mulgrew (Golden Globe-nominee, Emmy-nominee, Orange Is The New Black, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Nemesis) The Space Race uses archive, original interviews, dramatic reconstructions and first-hand accounts to tell the story of mankind’s first amazing steps off our world towards the future of our civilization. With unprecedented access The Space Race gives listeners access to Virgin Galactic’s space programme in the Mojave Desert, features conversations with Buzz Aldrin, Gene Cernan, Sergei Krikalev, Tim Peake and numerous key players at mission control, and pulls back the curtain on untold aspects of the space-exploration story.
A twist of fate leads the boys to uncover the diamond theft but in the process gets their father arrested for the crime. A race against time ensues. Can these boys use their dad’s training to get him out of jail in time for his Speedway race.
With twists, turns, laughs and outrageously fun plot, Adventure Boyz aims not only to entertain the whole family, but remind us all of the thrills and adventure we can all have away from a device.
Starring: Jon Campling (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows), Angela Dixon (Never Let Go)
Directed by: Howard Ford
Music for my sister’s poetry film called ‘Tales of Light’.
Visuals by multi-award winning Director, Howard J. Ford.
“‘Tales of Light’ is a poem I wrote in 2016 and felt inspired to create as a film. It was an honour to work with multi-award winning director Howard J Ford and my brother Imran Ahmad, an award winning composer, who wrote the score for this piece. I feel very blessed to see one of my poems come to life on screen and this film is a gift to the world.” – Aisha Ahmad (magicpoem.com)