If you like TV, you’ll love the Mars Channel. Take your seats for the network premiere of interplanetary telly. When you watched Neil Armstrong walking on the Moon, it was like watching a TV show shot through someone’s nylons,” recalls Bill Foster. Yet, he admits, those blurred shots fired the public’s passion for space travel. Now, 32 years on, Foster plans to reignite those flames with footage so clear and crisp you could be scaling the mountains of Mars from your sofa.