Past shows & what's coming

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    Feel Good Families

    Supernanny Jo Frost and Dr Ellie Cannon shared their top tips and advice to keep your children healthy and happy.

    Feeling Good Inside and Out

    This show was all about body confidence. Our host Kate Thornton was joined in the studio by psychologist Dr Linda Papadopoulos and personal trainer Matt Roberts as they discussed how to look and feel good, inside and out. They discussed ways to boost your confidence, getting into shape with diet and exercise, society's obsession with women's bodies, as well as tips on how to stick to a healthier regime.

    Feel good at any age - Anti-ageing

    This week we tackled anti-ageing. Whether young or old, it's natural to notice the signs of ageing, but there's no need to fear as there's lots you can do. Dermatologist and anti-ageing expert Dr Nick Lowe MD discussed what you can do to protect, replenish and perfect your skin, eyes and body, and psychologist Emma Kenny advised on feeling younger and more confident in the skin you're in! Whether it's reducing the appearance of wrinkles, understanding what causes ageing, or confidence tips to get you feeling younger, our experts help you find the answers.

    Sam Bunting

    Top-to-Toe Beauty - Skin and hair

    Our focus this week was on your top-to-toe MOT. We discussed your skin and hair care questions, from your hair down to your feet. Renowned dermatologist Dr Sam Bunting was on hand to answer any of your skin issues, and renowned hairdresser Trevor Sorbie was there to help you sort out those locks, so that you can achieve beautiful and healthy hair, every day.

    Macmillan Cancer Support

    This week on the Feel Good Forum, Kate was joined by Macmillan Cancer Support to discuss the effects of life-changing illnesses.
    We talked about how relationships, self-esteem and our bodies can all be affected, and what positive steps you can take now and in the future.

    Plus, members of Macmillan Cancer Support shared some incredible stories and answered some of the most-asked questions.

    The Beauty Boost

    This week's show was all about giving you the boost you need to get you looking and feeling beautiful. We talked to renowned make-up artist Daniel Sandler, and psychologist and confidence expert Emma Kenny about how to boost confidence in your appearance, as well as how make-up can help enhance your best features, rather than being a mask to hide behind. So whatever your age, budget and circumstances, hear this advice and a few simple tips to make you look good and feel good.

     

    What's coming…

    Happy days and nights (sleep, stress and energy) – 21 April
    Our focus this week is on Sleep, Stress and Energy, three main areas that are so intrinsically linked but ones we can struggle with, especially when juggling a busy lifestyle. Behavioural psychologist Emma Kenny and sleep expert Professor Colin Espie will be on hand to discuss any of your work-life balance issues, giving you helpful tips to combat everyday stress, helping you get to sleep at night, and maintaining great energy throughout the day.


    Let's get ready for summer – 28 April
    With summer just around the corner, we're all getting ready to get out there into the sun and the holidays! Whether you're staying in the UK or heading further afield, check out our top tips to prepare for a summer of sun (or so we hope). Our experts will be on hand to impart the best summer health and beauty advice, GP Dr Rob Hicks will impart the essential health advice that you will need while in the sun and on holiday, and Michelle Mone, founder and CEO of Ultimo and creator of body-sculpting skincare ranges Usculpt and Utan, will give you the tips to get your beach body ready. We're here to let you embrace your summer with joyful abandon, so pull the cord, jump right in, and get out there! 

     

    If you didn't manage to catch the show on Sunday, don't worry you can listen to it now via our pop-out player – here.

     

 

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