VIDEO: Raw onion for breakfast? Grads tackle madcap world records live on BBC Radio Northampton

News Page 26th March 2019

University of Northampton Acting graduates Millie Hunt and Caroline Avis were joined by BBC Radio Northampton reporter, Tom Percival, as they attempted a string of crazy world records.

Their attempts to eat as many raw onions, jaffa cakes and cream crackers in a minute were broadcast live on air – and captured below, on film. (Spoiler: they didn’t break any world records…)

Millie and Caroline have challenged the public to sponsor them and in return, they will tackle some crazy world records.

All the cash will be used by their theatre company to stage a four-show run of their latest production, The Noise Maker, during May’s Brighton Fringe.

Find out more here.

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