We’ve all wondered at one time or another, what the world would be like after some apocalyptic event. It’s long been the stuff of science fiction. Who would survive, where would they live and would they be able to rebuild society and our culture as was, or would they retreat to a hunter/gatherer state? Less than a decade ago, Dylan Evans decided to sell his house, quit his job and launch what he dubbed the Utopia Experiment. In the Scottish Highlands he and his fellow volunteers would live a primitive existence in the wild as if they had survived such a cataclysmic global event. His book also called The Utopia Experiment is the story of what happened.
He joined Sean from our BBC studio.