Gallery 8, Episode 4 - Meeting Forty-Seven
Dutchman Sir Tim Smit, the man who created the Eden Project and former music producer, donates the New Emperor's new clothes, a set of clothes that when you wear them will change colour whenever you lie. He argues that all politicians should wear them.
Austrian Doris Vickers, an archaeoastronomer who studies the relationship between the stars and the past, and examines the relationship between astronomy and astrology, provides a star clock, a device that tells the time using the stars in the night's sky.
Rufus Hound, comedian, actor, former political candidate, and winner of Strictly Come Dancing, offers The Museum of Curiosity with the monkey mirror, a mirror that reflects our primitive primate self, which will hopefully make us kind be reminding ourselves of the way we used to live.
- Monday 1st February 2016
- BBC Radio 4
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|John Lloyd||Host / Presenter|
|Sarah Millican||Host / Presenter|