Edinburgh Festival Fringe

The lost battery which nearly sparked a terror alert and the woman who's lost her nipples
The lost battery which nearly sparked a terror alert and the woman who's lost her nipples

Dear Janine - Please can I borrow your nipples?

The lost battery which nearly sparked a terror alert and the woman who's lost her nipples
Life can be a bit different if you're disabled or have a mental health difficulty, but sometimes it is just plain hilarious. 

Andy Duffy, Sajeela Kershi and Janine Hammond take to the stage at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to tell true stories on the theme of Lost and Found. 

From Andy's missing wheelchair battery which almost sparked the evacuation of a London museum, to Sajeela's recent hearing loss which meant she mistook a rude, insulting man, for someone paying her a compliment. 

Reece Finnegan, who's blind, wakes up hungover and without any of his possessions in his boss' house, and must somehow find his way out. Then there's Janine Hammond who lost her nipples, twice. First to cancer, then to showbiz. 

This is the first episode of BBC Ouch: Storytelling Live 2019, hosted by comedian, Chris McCausland. Subscribe to Ouch on BBC Sounds. 

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