Fluffybunny Roadkill is undoubtedly UK TV’s leading survival expert. Roadkill’s programme, from his last C4.73 series, on how to survive for up to seven days in an airport long-stay car park whilst trying to remember where you originally parked your car is regarded as a classic of the genre.
Throughout his TV career, Roadkill has demonstrate the essential survival skills needed to cope with the modern world, such as how to disentangle a supermarket shopping trolley from its siblings in the trolley park and how to get it to travel in the direction you want it to go.
His, some would say uncanny, ability to avoid starvation in a strange town by locating that town’s sandwich shops with only a locally-provided street map is bordering on the miraculous.
He has also stunned several thousands, maybe even millions, of viewers with his seeming instinctive understanding of one-way systems and ring roads that even baffle natives of the area he is exploring. Nor should anyone overlook his seemingly super-human ability to not only find a town centre car park, despite all the road signs pointing in vague or contradictory directions, but also to find a space that his car can fit into whilst leaving enough room for him to open his car door.
Roadkill’s seeming instinctive understanding of the world around him makes so many viewers of his TV programmes marvel in awe at his sheer brilliance.
However, he has not always met with success. Once, in one programme from his fifth TV series, he – unwisely, according to some critics - tried to set up a small business, but soon found that even a man of his superb abilities had to admit defeat when faced with government bureaucracy, employment red-tape, diversity regulations and EU rules on setting up a small business. Despite this though, he has vowed to return to our TV screens soon to show us more tricks, tips and tactics on how to survive in the modern world.