Layman Media was founded to serve Neurotypical and Neurodiverse adults in England between the ages of 16-34 who have felt let down by the UKs mainstream education system, yet still have a burning curiosity for Heritage, Culture and the Arts. Layman Media is committed to creating ambitious slates of factual entertainment programs that prioritise new approaches to understanding the Arts, Culture and Heritage. For many in their community, existing formats of learning are barriers to engaging with traditional realms of information such as Arts, Culture and Heritage. This educational disillusionment leads to educational and societal disenfranchisement and exclusion, which is something Layman Media is passionate about tackling before these feelings develop into mental health issues and other more destructive manifestations. Through their content, they aim to build enough confidence in the community around Arts, Heritage and culture, that they may be able to consider pursuing careers in these areas of which they previously may have avoided.