Wikipedia says that
A real number, having a different base-$b$ expansion for each integer $b ≥ 2$, may be normal in one base but not in another. For bases $r$ and $s$ with $\log r\ / \log s$ rational (so that $r = b^m$ and $s = b^n$) every number normal in base $r$ is normal in base $s$. For bases $r$ and $s$ with $\log r\ / \log s$ irrational, there are uncountably many numbers normal in each base but not the other.
Is there a simple example of such a number? My intuition for a possible simple example would be that a Champerknowne constant $C_b$, which is known to be normal is base $b$, might not be normal in some other base, but apparently this is an open question.
(P.S. Does this count as a "number theory" question or an "elementary number theory" question?)