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The Museum of Curiosity


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5/6. Feast your ears as Kate Adie , Jon Richardson and Roger Law offer weird, surreal but interesting and amusing exhibits to the world's most eclectic museum. Hosted by John Lloyd and curated by Sean Lock. Producers Dan Schreiber and Richard Turner Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
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Unknown: Kate Adie
Unknown: Jon Richardson
Unknown: Roger Law
Unknown: John Lloyd
Unknown: Sean Lock.
Producers: Dan Schreiber
Producers: Richard Turner

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The Museum of Curiosity

BBC Radio 4 FM, 1 June 2009 18.30

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