An exciting range of speakers has been recruited, including artists, authors, scientists and engineers. David Woods recounts the history of the Apollo Space Programme while Frank O'Brien focuses on the Apollo Computer Guidance System. Robert Law will look at the prospects for a Return to the Moon and Nik Whitehead considers the Life of a Star. There will be talks on Inadvisable Rocket Science (Phil Wellings), How Science Produces Art (Alligator Descartes), and a personal reflection, Me and the Moon, by well-known Glasgow fan Ed Buckley. Colin McInnes courts controversy with Random Thoughts of a Techno-Utopist Running Dog, arguing that the current obsession with reducing global energy demands is ultimately dangerous and that radical technical innovation offers Man's best hope for the future.