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Mark Watson's Act of Tolerance

Duration: 01:50

At the end of his fifth Live Address to the Nation, the comedian Mark Watson has a series of plasters ripped off his arm. Why? Because he asked the audience whether he should end his show with an act of tolerance (tolerating the plasters being ripped off) or intolerance (he gets to smash an alarm clock with a baseball bat). They chose the plasters.

Available since: Thu 1 Dec 2011

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Mark Watson's Live Address to the Nation Tolerance

5/6 Can tolerance turn people into doormats?

First broadcast: 30 Nov 2011

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