Is having a child genius always a blessing? We meet four-year-old Dylan Graham and his parents, who say they are struggling to provide him with the education he needs.
By the age of one, when most babies are still dribbling over the furniture, Dylan Graham had already memorised the whole alphabet. Now aged four, he has the reading age of a child of nearly ten. With no extra support, his working-class parents are struggling to provide him with the education he needs and say having a child genius isn't as enviable as it might seem.