Gallery 6, Episode 2 - Meeting Thirty-Two
Andrew O'Neill, probably the world's only post-modern, anarchist, crossdressing, vegan, occult stand-up comedian, as well as lead guitarist for steampunk band The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing, donates to the Museum a third class ticket to the London Necropolis Railway, a train system create to remove Victorian London's overflowing number of corpses.
Amanda Palmer, singer and pianist for Amanda Palmer and the Grand Theft Orchestra, who tends to perform tiny gigs and stay overnight in the houses of her fans, gives the Museum a living statue - one of the most cut-throat freelance jobs in the world.
Evolutionary anthropologist Prof. Volker Sommer, a champion of the rights of apes to be given the same rights as humans, provides the Museum with a dozen defecated ant heads. Having ate these disgusting ants to see why they apes do eat them too, Sommer has come to the conclusion that apes are religious.
- Monday 7th October 2013
- BBC Radio 4
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|John Lloyd||Host / Presenter|
|Humphrey Ker||Host / Presenter|