Millennials have been criticised for being apathetic, self-regarding, molly-coddled wasters. But is this true? Alex Edelman, himself a millennial, sets out to defend them.
The so-called Millennial generation - those born between 1982 and 1994 - has been much maligned in the press for being lazy, entitled, vain, venal, self-involved, easily offended little emperors. But Alex Edelman thinks these criticisms are baseless. So in "Alex Edelman'S Peer Group" he seeks to redress the balance. In this episode he discusses Millennials' attitude to work and institutions.
Written and presented by Alex Edelman
Producer: Sam Michell
A BBC Studios Production.