Man on the Moon at 50

Leo Enright

County Buildings
Sat 9 Mar
£0.00 to £7.00

As a reporter for the BBC and Ireland’s RTE, Leo Enright covered every major space event for five decades. The author of a history of the Apollo programme, he looks back 50 years to the first moon landing in 1969. What is its legacy? Will we ever dream as big again?


Leo Enright is an award-winning broadcaster specialising in the politics and culture of Ireland, and in space exploration. He is a former head of Radio News at Ireland's national broadcaster, RTE, and was the BBC's correspondent in Ireland for more than a decade in the Irish Peace Process. Leo is a fellow of the British Interplanetary Society and former chair of the Irish government’s science awareness programme.

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