Watch out, Hacker's about at the Black Country Living Museum!

Watch out, Hacker's about at the Black Country Living Museum!

Watch out, Hacker's about at the Black Country Living Museum!

First published in News

THE BLACK Country Living Museum played host to children’s television celebrity puppet, Hacker T, who visited the attraction as part of his new show.

Hacker spent four days with a BBC film crew as they filmed series 2 of the popular show, Hacker Time at the Tipton Road museum.

As part of the latest series, which is currently airing on CBBC, Hacker visits the museum and dons a deer stalker hat to become super sleuth ‘Sherlock Bones’.

Helen Taylor, Museum Marketing Support Assistant, who worked with the CBBC film crew whilst they were at the Museum, said:“It was great fun working alongside Hacker and his colleagues.

Hacker was very professional and polite when he was beset upon by groups of children that were visiting the Museum with their school and were huge fans of the show, which only illustrates how famous he is."

The new series can also be viewed on BBC iPlayer.

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