Posted by on January 23rd, 2008
Ever been in a museum and found yourself disappointed that the exhibits didn’t include the ceiling of the Sistine chapel, or the concept of silence? Then you’ve never visited the Museum of Curiosity.
Starting from February 20th, Radio 4 opens the doors on a brand new comedy panel game in which QI producer, and Professor of Curiosity, John Lloyd must determine what will be included among the museum exhibits. The Professor is ably assisted in this task by Bill, museum curator, who describes the museum as “a great big, hungry baby suckling on the teat of Knowledge.”
Contributors will include experts and comedians alike, with the likes of Alan Davies and Sean Lock attempting to convince Bill and the Professor that their entry deserves a place among the exhibits. The museum will be open to the public from 6.30-7.00pm, Wednesdays, on Radio 4.