Gallery 12, Episode 6 - Meeting Seventy-Three
Robert Twigger, an adventurer, author, an expert a cooking omelettes, has been searching for the world's biggest snake in India and travelling Canada in a canoe he made himself, donates his own "invention", the attentionometer, a device to measure people's attention. Studies show that negative attention is better than no attention at all.
Suzanne Williams, a hostage negotiator for the Scotland Yard, the FBI and the Canadian Mounted Police, and during her 28 years have never come across a letter made out of cut-out newspaper, offers up the seat on the bus that Rosa Parks refused to give up. It shows how one simple action refuses to give up.
Jack Carroll, a former Britain's Got Talent] runner-up with cerebral palsy (and for the benefits people, he still has it), comedian, actor, star of sitcom Trollied, gives the video game [i]Football Manager. The game is so addictive that it has been sited in 35 divorce cases.
- Monday 12th February 2018
- BBC Radio 4
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|John Lloyd||Host / Presenter|
|Sally Phillips||Host / Presenter|