Ask An Astronaut
Hello, Is This Planet Earth?
The Astronaut Selection Test Book
How to hire Tim Peake
Contact the Champions Speakers Agency to provisionally enquire about hiring Tim Peake for your next event, today. To get in touch, simply call an official booking agent on 0207 1010 553 or email us at [email protected] for more information.
** We do not accept requests for autographs, signed merchandise, fan mail, birthday messages or any other non-commercial contact with the speakers or acts. Each speaker on the website may not have necessarily worked with Champions in the past but are known to perform such engagements within the industry.
Tim is often booked as a speaker for a range of corporate events, read his latest feedback below.
"An inspirational evening. Tim captivated the audience with his fascinating insights into the rigours, challenges and wonder of space exploration" - Tim, Chief Executive, Deutsche Telekom AG
"It was one of the most memorable and enjoyable marketing activities I've ever done in my career. Tim is an incredible professional to work with. Feedback in the industry has been amazing!" - Mike, Menlo Security
"Inspirational and impactful, captivating a very knowledgable and experienced aviation audience with powerful lessons of leadership, dealing with uncertainty and change, and the impact of future technology" - Richard, Chief Executive, The CAA
"Tim's inspirational evening exceeded our wildest expectations. Tim captivated an audience of all ages with thrilling tales of space and fascinating science lessons. And his touching answer to a young boy who dreamed of being an astronaut moved the audience to tears" - Ben, Publishing Director, Penguin Random House
- 2017 - Published his Sunday Times Bestseller ' Ask An Astronaut'
- 2017 - His book 'Hello, Is This Planet Earth'was named Non-Fiction: Lifestyle Book of the Year at the British Book Awards
- 2016 - Published Sunday Times Bestseller 'Hello, Is This Planet Earth'
- 2015 - Became the first British ESA Astronaut to visit the International Space Station
- 2009 - Selected as an ESA Astronaut
- 1994 - Gained his Army Flying Wings and was named the best student on his course