Gallery 2, Episode 5 - Meeting Eleven
Professor of Journalism at the University of Sunderland Kate Adie donates something that thousands of people have been trying to get their hands on - the Holy Grail.
The comedian Jon Richardson decides to give the Museum something that actually exists. His donation is Hannah Hauxwell, a woman who lived on her own happily in the Yorkshire Dales for about 12 years with no running water.
Co-creator of Spitting Image and now maker of vases Roger Law gives to the Museum something that may exist in the future, which is the perfect English Spot rabbit, with the correct number of spots and the fur pattern.
The full episode title is "Meeting Eleven - Rooms 81-83: The Holy Grail, Hannah Hauxwell & The Perfect English Spot Rabbit".
- Monday 1st June 2009
- BBC Radio 4
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|John Lloyd||Host / Presenter|
|Sean Lock||Host / Presenter|