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It's streaming now (6pm GMT 12th Nov) but should be available later as well

"Professor David Spiegelhalter, Chair of the Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication in the University of Cambridge, joins Tim Harford, columnist, broadcaster and author of How To Make The World Add Up in conversation about his current work focusing on communicating statistics, risk and evidence during the Covid-19 pandemic."

Don't expect it will be very high level, more general interest, stats in day to day life

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JW9plVfanjo

(EDIT: so far: a couple of very tedious blokes talking about themselves and saying nothing much of interest at all)

It's streaming now (6pm GMT 12th Nov) but should be available later as well "Professor David Spiegelhalter, Chair of the Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication in the University of Cambridge, joins Tim Harford, columnist, broadcaster and author of How To Make The World Add Up in conversation about his current work focusing on communicating statistics, risk and evidence during the Covid-19 pandemic." Don't expect it will be very high level, more general interest, stats in day to day life https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JW9plVfanjo (EDIT: so far: a couple of very tedious blokes talking about themselves and saying nothing much of interest at all)

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Well, that was interesting - but not in the way I expected Almost no content, lots of wittering and the speaker talking a lot about himself. They need to do much better than this, especially for basic topics like stats/numeracy skills for everyday use.