Child Genius E1 of 4. About Episode Guide. Channel 4 cameras follow three of the children and their families through the course of the competition. We see the different approaches to parenting and how mums and dads cope with their remarkably clever offspring. Summary Documentary following the lives of gifted youngsters between the ages of seven and 11 as they take part in a competition, organised in association with British Mensa, to find the UK's brightest young mind. They include eight-year-old chess prodigy Josh, who stands a chance of becoming a grandmaster by the age of 13, year-old trainspotter Hugo, who is frustrated by those who aren't as clever as him, and Shrinidhi, a world champion in Scrabble for child devotees of the popular word game. Series Producer Simon Draper. Full Episode Guide. Richard Osman: it's time we made bright kids the heroes The host of Child Genius discusses the importance of losing, his own upbringing and why it's OK for children to compete on TV.
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Please refresh the page and retry. O n the stage, year-old Rhea was in her element. In her head, she correctly calculated 30 multiplied by four minus 19 multiplied by three, before announcing three hydrogen atoms and one nitrogen atom made up a molecule of ammonia. S he insisted an answer that Rhea had given about her specialist subject, the role of Florence Nightingale in military and healthcare reform, was correct, though it had been ruled wrong. After discussions, the adjudicators agreed, allowing Rhea — who at that point was level-pegging with another child — to reach the final two and go on to glory. Swindled your daughter to the final. We were all encouraged to. One child was awarded not one, but multiple points for doing so.
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