Intelligence: Born smart, born equal, born different
At 11 am tomorrow Tuesday 29 April the BBC will be doing a program on intelligence led by the journalist Martin Sixsmith. It will be one of three on intelligence.
I have no idea what this will be like, but since intelligence researchers often gripe that their work is not well presented even in serious media, this is a chance for all of us to be pleasantly surprised.
BBC Radio 4, for those who are not in the UK., is best described as……..radio for the intelligent listener. The audience has also been described as aging or aged or middle class or not very diverse. On a good day Radio 4 is brilliant.
Sadly, I cannot turn on the wireless at that time to listen in because I will be on one of those new-fangled flying machines heading for an intelligence conference in Edinburgh (about which I hope to post something).
Can you let me know what the program is like?