Gallery 12, Episode 5 - Meeting Seventy-Two
Ella Al-Shamahi, a woman who had gone hunting fossils in war zones, making a documentary of Neanderthals, and who does stand-up as a hobby, offers up the perfect cave. Ella argues tht that caves were the original prime real estate, and says the perfect cave would be one full of fossils.
Dillie Keane, one of the members of the musical comedy group Fascinating Aida, a star on Grumpy Old Woman, has recorded 12 albums, and has written songs covering nuclear holocaust, cancer, and a song about Brexit called "We're So Sorry Scotland", gives a jar of her own homemade chutney. Dillie supports the idea of the slow food movement - and by slow, the chutney took a total of 14 years to make.
Richard Curtis, the author of Blackadder, The Vicar of Dibley, Notting Hill], Four Weddings and a Funeral and who seems to put a Bernard in every film he does, donates the word "googies". His parents were Australian, and the word meant "eggs".
- Monday 5th February 2018
- BBC Radio 4
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|John Lloyd||Host / Presenter|
|Sally Phillips||Host / Presenter|