The Museum Of Curiosity. John Lloyd. Copyright: BBC.

The Museum Of Curiosity

BBC Radio 4 panel show where guests donate to a virtual museum. 91 episodes (pilot + 15 series), 2007 - 2020. Stars John Lloyd, Bill Bailey, Sean Lock, Jon Richardson and others.

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John Lloyd and Humphrey Ker are joined this week by comic actor and writer Robert Llewellyn, comedian Cleo Rocos and cybernetics expert Prof. Kevin Warwick.

Further details

Robert Llewellyn, famous for playing Kryten in Red Dwarf, as well as host of Carpool and Scraphead Challenge, plus a highly successful novelist, donates an elm tree, which are dying out because of Dutch elm disease - which is not actually Dutch.

Cleo Rocos, co-star of The Kenny Everett Video Show, president of the Tequila Society and expert on drinking provides the Museum with a field of agave plants, which are used to make tequila. Cleo is the only female tequila maker in the country.

Kevin Warwick, professor of cybernetics at the University of Reading, who has implanted a chip in his arm to open doors, and designed of robots so scary they can only been seen by people over 18, offers the Museum a thinking machine in order to settle the argument about whether machines can think for themselves or not.

Broadcast details

Date
Monday 28th October 2013
Time
6:30pm
Channel
BBC Radio 4
Length
30 minutes

Cast & crew

Regular cast
John Lloyd Host / Presenter
Humphrey Ker Host / Presenter
Guest cast
Robert Llewellyn Guest
Cleo Rocos Guest
Kevin Warwick Guest
Production team
Richard Turner Producer
Dan Schreiber Producer
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