Gallery 6, Episode 3 - Meeting Thirty-Three
Sir Howard Stringer, the first non-Japanese person to become head of Sony, winner of five Vietnam medals, ex-head of the CBS News, and a man who has interviewed the likes of American Presidents and terrorists, gives to The Museum of Curiosity a sandbag, because by not filling one up and skiving off he managed to save his own life.
Jane Bussmann, a comedian, writer for American cartoon South Park and co-writer of the Brass Eye paedophile special, and who spend several years trying to track down the Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony, donates to the Museum a "funnyometer", a device which she created to try and improve her comic material.
Richard Ingrams, the founder and former editor of Private Eye magazine and the current editor of The Oldie, offers the Museum a "Judge-Nudger", a machine made in the 1970s designed to give judges electric shocks to keep them awake during court.
- Monday 14th October 2013
- BBC Radio 4
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|John Lloyd||Host / Presenter|
|Humphrey Ker||Host / Presenter|