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Arts: Computer may solve the big universal mystery.

RED DWARF star and Scrap Heap challenge presenter Robert Llewellyn finds a new identity when be appears at Liverpool's Neptune Theatre tomorrow (8pm). And it seems he may also end up sorting out some mixed up folk in the audience.

Woman Wizard, Robert's first Uk tour in 10 years following his sell-out Edinburgh season, is a computer driven battle of the sexes.

I quote for fear of being accused of bias - ``a complex programme to enable men to underatand women, and a simple one for women to understand men.''

With the cry of ``don't change your wife, change your life,'' Rob embarks on an analysis of relationships The idea is that your partner can be re-created in a virtual world, where trial domestic situations can give early warning of relationship errors that could prove fatal in real life.

``Software has never been so funny,'' chortles Rob. As for himself, he's about to reprise his role as square-headed mechnaoid Kryten in Red Dwarf, the Movie, which goes into production next month.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Feb 7, 2003
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