Here's two things most people today don't give a shit about: PBS and science fiction. Their loss, though, right?
It's a discussion (or "live initial communications experiment") hosted by G. Harry Stine, who is known for popularizing model rocketry. Guests include authors John Stith, Charles Sheffield, Ben Bova, and Jesco von Puttkamer, as well as Arthur C. Clarke from his Sri Lanka home, via satellite. Stine boasts that there are also seventy-four people connected to the discussion via a very early incarnation of Internet and, "that number is growing by the minute." Stine isn't really cut out to be a host, but he does a pretty good job of it after he works out the initial kinks.
Here's the first part:
This video is awesome on so many different levels.