Gallery 14, Episode 3 - Meeting Eighty-Three
Prof Bobby Acharya, a theoretical physicist at King's College London and part-time DJ, provides the Extra Dimension Observtory, an idea for a lab in the future that could be staffed by people from across the galaxy created after, "The Second Intergalactic War".
Dr. Fern Riddell, a historian specialising in the Victorians, the historical expert for Ripper Street and an expert on the Suffragettes, donates The Fruits of Philosophy published by Annie Besant, one of the earliest advocates of birth control.
Ahir Shah, stand-up comedian who began at the age of 15, and first performed at the Fringe at the age of 17, offers up a tin of tobacco, in order to represent addiction to nicotine, which he has.
- Monday 14th October 2019
- BBC Radio 4
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|John Lloyd||Host / Presenter|
|Bridget Christie||Host / Presenter|
|Victoria Lloyd||Executive Producer|