Arts: Computer may solve the big universal mystery.
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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