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The popular panel show returns for its 14th series. Professor of Ignorance, John Lloyd, and his new curator, Bridget Christie, welcome three distinguished guests to donate fascinating exhibits to a vast imaginary museum.
In previous series, The Museum has hosted a varied list of guests from the worlds of science, entertainment and the arts including Buzz Aldrin, Helen Sharman, Benjamin Zephaniah and Sandi Toksvig, and has gained exhibits on The Big Bang, The Population of the Netherlands, and A Bar of Dairy Milk.
Join the team in the BBC Radio Theatre to discover what the guests will bring this time around.
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Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London, W1A 1AA
Unfortunately the BBC cannot offer parking facilities at this venue. There is some metered parking outside if travelling by car and parking for blue badge holders on Duchess Street.
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Oxford Circus (Central, Victoria and Bakerloo lines)
There is wheelchair access at this venue as well as an induction loop. Refreshments are available for purchase at The Media Cafe which sells hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and alcohol. There isn't a cloakroom.