I was invited to select from and respond to a range of museum artefacts through a neurodivergent prism. I selected an artefact from the National Archives, which is an extract from an Education Department draft circular on the introduction of 11+ exam, July 1945. Through this I mentioned my own fraught relationship with education, systems, and figures of authorities, my vision of what learning and teaching could look like in 2050, and discussed the need for education — and Higher Education — to recognise the range of intelligences of learners, and to create a more inclusive and creative culture.
Top: Photograph of another broadcast appearance: Discussion on RUN! RUN! RUN! Biennale and my solo work at BBC Radio 3 studio to record the Free Thinking programme. Log in to listen. With Shahidha, Laurence and author Professor Vybarr Cregan-Reid (Kent) inside the recording studio. Producer: Jacqueline Smith (2017)