Shows this week

Monday 24th July – Benefits of Nature & Growing your own Food

We look at the ways in which growing your own fresh food, and surrounding yourself with nature, can be amazing for our mental health. We feature the story of one lady who set up a great initiative that encourages young people to participate in growing their own produce in a very deprived area.

Resident Psychologist Dr Audrey Tang gives her thoughts on nature therapy and the advantages of utilising your outdoor space, and Nutritionist Hannah Richards discusses the benefits of growing your own produce, as well as answering your nutrition questions and giving us a delicious recipe for homemade tuna garden wraps. Chrissy also gives her tips on how you can spend more time outside.

Wednesday 26th July – Surviving Rape & Suicidal Thoughts

Diana Ojera tells her story for the first time publicly of abandonment, rape and suicidal thoughts. Makeup artist Ursula Jones, gives her top tips on choosing the right eyeliner for your eye shape, Dermatologist Anton Alexandroff talks about how to keep ourselves safe in the sun, and we be look at the advantages of herbalism with Herbalist Claudia Manchanda. Chrissy also gives her tips on how you can stay mentally strong, even through the toughest of times.

Friday 28th July – Returning to Studying at Work & More

With issues such as automation and a competitive job market, there is more and more pressure on both businesses and individuals to develop new knowledge and skills. But what if it’s been decades since you took an exam, or structured an essay? Resident Self Development Coach Chris Browne shares his top tips and explains why building a new skill set is so important. Helena Chard tells us the week’s good news and Chrissy is also joined by Alexandra Galviz who achieved the success she’d always dreamed of but who still felt something was missing. She reveals what that missing something was. Chrissy also gives viewers some pointers on how you can manage studying whilst working.