Find Out What the First Moon Landing Was Actually like with iHeartRadio’s New Podcast, “9 Days in July”
Are you enchanted by the enormity of outer space? Have you always been fascinated by astronauts, and do you wonder what their day-to-day jobs actually look like? If so, “9 Days in July,” a new podcast produced by Tradecraft Studios and co-produced by iHeartRadio, is the perfect podcast for you. This podcast documentary series explores each of the nine days of the Apollo 11 Mission, a spaceflight that landed the first humans (astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin) on the moon. The show goes through the mission — day-by-day — using never-before-heard audio from the inside of the spacecraft and from the consoles of Mission Control.
“9 Days in July” is produced, written and hosted by Brandon Fibbs, former aircrewman for the United States Navy turned documentary writer, director and producer. The podcast tells the story of the mission to the Moon as it occurs, spinning back and into stories about Armstrong, Aldrin, NASA, the Space Race and the history of the world-at-large during those nine fateful days in July. The team utilized thousands of hours of never before heard mission audio to create a powerful, truly immersive audio experience. Each episode recounts the legendary story of Apollo 11 as it unfolded day-by-day, hour-by-hour and minute-by-minute, making the development and production of the podcast a profoundly intricate process.
Get ready to hear the real story of NASA’s nine day journey that landed the first humans on the moon in 1969 and join Fibbs for this first-of-its-kind, out-of-this-world podcast. The first episode of “9 Days in July” premieres today, with new episodes arriving every Thursday through February 6th, 2020. Stream the show now on iHeartRadio!
9 Days in July