Gallery 4, Episode 2 - Meeting Twenty
The Irish comedy writer Graham Linehan, the man behind Father Ted and The IT Crowd, donates a cassette tape to the museum as an example of "the way things were".
Marine biologist Helen Scales provides the museum with a tank full of seahorses, the only fish with a neck and the only animal in nature in which the males give birth (something Gorman does not believe).
Advertising guru Rory Sutherland presents his exhibit: a single Shreddie shown from angle of 45°, aka the diamond Shreddie, which help boost sale of the cereal just by showing it at a different angle.
- Monday 10th October 2011
- BBC Radio 4
- 30 minutes
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