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TV & RADIO

ITV's 'THIS MORNING'

JULY 2019

Jane recently joined Ben Shepherd and Rachel Humes on ITV’s ‘This Morning’ to debunk a few of the Moon hoax conspiracy theories. 

Here’s what happened …

TV INTERVIEW with

GEORGE GALLOWAY

A regular guest on national TalkRADIO, Jane recently joined the lovely George Galloway on his television show, ‘Sputnik’.  Subjects discussed were the autumn equinox, future spaceflight and, yes, affirmation, George, that size really does matter! 

Here’s what happened …

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Jane is a regular guest on national

and regional BBC Radio. 

Follow her on Twitter: @BigUpSpaceJane for the heads up on forthcoming appearances.

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Jane is resident astronomer for Sussex & Surrey Radio. Discussing all things topical in astronomy.

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Jane guested on BBC Radio 4's Midweek programme, joining Libby Purves, Jo Wilding, Michele Dotrice and Ronald Blythe for 45-minutes of diverse, entertaining and informative conversation. Click left to listen in.

PODCASTS
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Welcome to 'Smashing The Ceiling', the podcast where we love to showcase the lives of women who have achieved amazing things in their careers, some who have got a really cool or unusual job, and some who have just had a very interesting life. Each week I sit down with one woman to dig a little deeper into the HOW of it all - how did they get where they are, how they picked themselves up when things didn’t go right, and how their mentors, motivations and mistakes have led them to achieve the things they have.  

Jane recently appeared as a guest. I had the pleasure of interviewing her about her extremely varied career and her many achievements. She is entertaining, kind and engaging; a brilliant communicator with the rare gift of turning complex scientific notions into accessible and understandable stories. Thank you Jane!

Naomi Mellor

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ARTICLES
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BBC SKY AT NIGHT

MAGAZINE

May 2023

The story of Skylab 50 years on.

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BBC SKY AT NIGHT

MAGAZINE

May 2022

Get to know your way around the celestial sphere.

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BBC SKY AT NIGHT MAGAZINE

December 2021

Celebrating the 450th Anniversary of the birth of Johannes Kepler.

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BBC SKY AT NIGHT MAGAZINE

December 2021

Celebrating the life of Johannes Kepler.

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BBC SKY AT NIGHT MAGAZINE

November 2021

A close-up look at dwarf planet Ceres.

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BBC SKY AT NIGHT 

MAGAZINE

OCTOBER 2018

Whether comprised of silicates, icy dust, water, ice or rock and whether micrometer, multi-meter or millions of kilometres in size, all the rings in our Solar System are detritus, relics of our star's protoplanetary disc.

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