Accordingly, it plays like an overextended item from its parent show, drifting into tech geekery a little too often and relying too heavily on the stock devices of dummies dressed up in era-appropriate clothing and cars crashing into things. But, while the appeal is limited, it shouldn’t negate the significance of their role: nearly 7,000 died on UK roads in 1960; last year, it was just 1,900.
One of London's many escape games on offer, following the same sort of vibe: there's a theme, you form a team and use your mind to get out of a locked room. At this east London game a group (minimum two, max five) of you are invited into the mind of a 'white collar criminal' to search his thoughts for a secret code. It sounds a little 'Black Mirror' esque, but hopefully you'll do better than John Ham and won't get trapped. Within 60 minutes participants will be faced with puzzles, challenges and mysteries, which all need to be solved in order to escape in time.