5/5 Neil MacGregor's last object in his world history - a solar-powered lamp and charger.
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4/5 Neil MacGregor with a credit card - one that is compliant with Sharia law.
3/5 Neil MacGregor with an African throne - made from decommissioned guns.
2/5 Neil MacGregor considers the state of human rights - with a David Hockney print.
1/5 Neil MacGregor nears the end of his world history - with a Russian revolutionary plate.
5/5 Neil MacGregor with a penny coin defaced by suffragettes with the words "Votes for women".
4/5 Neil MacGregor with a wooden drum from Sudan that Kitchener presented to Queen Victoria.
3/5 Neil MacGregor with a familiar image - Hokusai's The Great Wave.
Evan Davis runs through the contenders for A History of the World's last object.
2/5 Neil MacGregor tells the story of the global trade in tea - with a Victorian tea set.
1/5 Neil MacGregor with the chronometer that accompanied Darwin to South America.
5/5 Neil MacGregor with an object from the 18th century Chinese Enlightenment - a jade ring.
4/5 Neil MacGregor with an aboriginal bark shield brought from Australia by Captain Cook.
3/5 Neil MacGregor with a buckskin map from North America.
2/5 Neil MacGregor with a feathered helmet given to Captain Cook by Pacific Islanders.
1/5 Neil MacGregor with an African drum taken to America during the slave trade.
5/5 Neil MacGregor with a souvenir of the 100th anniversary of the Protestant reformation.