Gallery 15, Episode 4 - Meeting Ninety-One
Josh Widdicombe, stand-up, podcaster with the 1990s football show Quickly Kevin, star of the sitcom Josh and co-host of The Last Leg, offers the museum Bowerman's Nose, a tor on Dartmoor. The legend of the feature concerns a man who was turned into stone by witches after he knocked over a cauldron.
Dr Eugenia Cheng, a woman who teaches maths to arts students by being scientist-in-residence at the School of Art Institute of Chicago, as well as a pianist, donates an equals sign, or rather the concept behind it. One of the key things is that sign indicates things are both the same but are displayed differently.
Ian Hislop, satirist, editor of Private Eye, documentary-maker, and the only person to have appeared on every episode on Have I Got News For You, provides is print - all of it, including books, magazines, pamphlets and newspapers. He argues that print is alive and that it should be kept going.
- Monday 28th September 2020
- BBC Radio 4
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|John Lloyd||Host / Presenter|
|Alice Levine||Host / Presenter|
|Victoria Lloyd||Executive Producer|