Exactly. That is what Brian wanted to convey in his simple and understandable, but by no means sacrificing the very scientific principles. I didn't know him until just last year when a very good friend of mine phoned me to tell me that there was a programme called "Wonders of the Universe" shown on BBC2 that she knew I was going to like it. Since the very first minutes I was wondering who the hell that guy was. Now I know much more about him. I have bought 2 books written by him and his great colleague at Manchester University, Jeff. That same very good friend of mine, whom I will blame her forever for having introduced me to this ex keyboard player, gave me the third book "Wonders of The Universe".
I had always though that it was going to be extremely difficult to match the best natural scientist documental maker history has ever produced. With all the immense respect and admiration I feel for David Attenborough (which no doubt every single person ion earth would wholeheartedly agree with me) I think Brian Cox will definitely match him in the field of physics. And before we know, he will manage to produce several documentaries easy to digest about that science which very many believe to be utterly complicated and therefore only accessible to genius or nearby. By no means. This is Quantum Physics. A science that only requires us to simply think in a non conventional way about what motion, time and space mean in Classical Newtonian Physics. That's all really. Brian will certainly do that. He will make us to get rid of that false veil which stops us from understanding how matter can really be interpreted. And it does work!
People who are engaged in other disciplines or in none will see that no matters what we may be doing as a hobby, for a living or whatever. For understanding how matter works also includes us and therefore it is as important as anything else we may thing of being also important.