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The Museum Of Curiosity

BBC Radio 4 panel show where guest donate to a virtual museum. 85 episodes (pilot + 14 series), 2007 - 2019. Stars John Lloyd, Bill Bailey, Sean Lock, Jon Richardson and others.

Next new episode is on tomorrow at 6:30pm. Gallery 14, Episode 4
Catch-up on Episode 3 on BBC Sounds   Gallery 14, Episode 3 is repeated today at 12pm.

Gallery 3

1. Meeting Thirteen

First broadcast: Monday 10th May 2010

The third gallery of the museum now opens with new curator Jon Richardson working alongside John Lloyd, Professor of Ignorance at the University of Buckingham.

With Discworld creator Terry Pratchett, cosmologist Marcus Chown, and Iranian-born stand-up comedienne Shappi Khorsandi.

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2. Meeting Fourteen

First broadcast: Monday 17th May 2010

With Jon Richardson stranded in Australia because of the Icelandic volcano, Dave Gorman stands in as curator. This week's guests are Madness lead singer Suggs, the poet Ruth Padel and star of Bo' Selecta! Leigh Francis.

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3. Meeting Fifteen

First broadcast: Monday 24th May 2010

With the author of The Men Who Sate At Goats Jon Ronson, psychologist Richard Wiseman and comedian Kevin Eldon.

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4. Meeting Sixteen

First broadcast: Monday 31st May 2010

With geologist Michael Welland, the author Sarah Bakewell and the comedian Simon Evans.

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5. Meeting Seventeen

First broadcast: Monday 7th June 2010

With explorer Sir Robin Hanbury-Tenison, autistic savant Daniel Tammet and impressionist Ronni Ancona.

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6. Meeting Eighteen

First broadcast: Monday 14th June 2010

With neuroscientist David Eagleman, Geordie comedienne Sarah Millican, and fantasy novellist Neil Gaiman.

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The Museum Of Curiosity - Gallery Three Audio

Release date: Tuesday 1st February 2011

Prepare to have your synapses twisted into a string theorist's nightmare, as the Professor of Ignorance at the University of Buckingham, John Lloyd and his new curator, the startlingly insightful comedian Jon Richardson, hurriedly throw the dust covers off the Museum's clump of empty plinths for a brand new series...

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