Jenga inventor Leslie Scott on game's 30th birthday


The woman who created the popular game Jenga has celebrated its 30th birthday.

In 1983, Leslie Scott came up with the idea for the game, which means build in Swahili.

Since then, more than 50 million sets have been sold across the world.

BBC South Today's James Ingham went to meet the inventor, from Oxford, and take her on at her own game.

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