Yes, it was Matthew Parris on The World at One.
Followed by a scientist who is a lockdown sceptic and a Professor of Evidence-Based Medicine at Oxford Uniersity, sorry I forget his name.
I do wonder if this virus has been with us for longer than we know and more people may have had it and developed antibodies. Without more testing we will not know.
However, it is not known if antibodies would guarantee immunity anyway.
Was it Prof Carl Heneghan? Somebody mentioned him earlier today and I've spent ages looking up loads of references. Professor or not, he's a first class tw*t.
He's a GP by training, not even a virologist. On June 3, he predicted there would be no more Covid-19 deaths by July.
He also pointed to Sweden as a country that had "held its nerve" and was not suffering a "doomsday scenario" - well, it is now!
There's more, but I'm too lazy to type it all out.
People like that are dangerous!