"More or less: Behind the Stats" (BBC World Service / Radio 4) - Interviewee

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WS Measuring World Health - aired 14 March 2015 "Babies born in Rwanda are likely to live healthier lives than those in the most deprived 10% of England, according to recent reports. But does the data back this up? And how is "good health" measured across the world? Hannah Moore and Wesley Stephenson explore the numbers with Professor David Gordon from Bristol University’s International Poverty Research Centre. This programme was first broadcast on the BBC World Service" - 'More or Less: Behind the Stats', BBC Radio 4 / World Service. This interview was subsequently broadcast on the US National Public Radio, and then syndicated across many other US radio stations in Portland (Oregon), Los Angelos (CA), Las Vegas (NV), Sacramento (CA), Baltimore (MD), Pittsburgh (MD), Buffalo (NY), Boston (MA), Philadelphia (MA), Washington D.C, Raleigh, NC, Chicago (IL), Minneapolis (MN), Austin (TX), Milwaukee (WI).
Period14 Mar 2015
Held atBBC Radio 4, United Kingdom


  • health, death rates, disability