Prime time TV game show in which studio guests (joe public or celebs?) are shown three detailed stories of innovation, and have to guess, after interviewing the creators, which 1 fantastic tale of innovation is true and which are played by actors.
The main purpose of this concept is to allow the public to engage with the field of innovation willingly. By packaging great stories into an entertainment item, there is potential to really focus attention. It's clear through programs like Mythbusters from the US and technology related programs presented in the UK by James May, that there is real appetite for truly interesting narratives on technology and innovation. If well-known public figures can also be shown to be engaging with the topics in depth by either hosting or taking part, it draws innovation even further into the public sphere. There is also an educational factor; the films can interject some basic scientific principles to help the audience understand any technical elements in greater detail.
In some ways the idea perhaps owes some inspiration from the succesful early 90's UK game show 'You-Bet', where celebrities would be introduced via short film to members of the public, who would describe a stunt they were about to perform, and had to then guess whether it was successful or not.