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 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|