Interviews

Nadiya Hussain 

Get your bake on!

After winning 2015's Great British Bake Off, Nadiya Hussain has gone on to capture the hearts of the nation. 

​A columnist for The Times and a regular reporter for The One Show, Nadiya has presented several of her own BBC cookery series to great acclaim, with Time to Eat 

reaching on average 1.9 million viewers each week. Her new book 'Nadiya Bakes' has recently been released alongside a new cookery series, airing on BBC2. Here, Nadiya chats wonky cakes, her love for the Backstreet Boys, and her first love - Baking!

NHS Hero

My COVID experience - Alison Owen.

I am a nurse with anxiety.

I am a nurse at UHP and I have anxiety. After taking part in a conversation on wellbeing, I was asked to share my experience on accessing mental health services.

Dr Rangan Chatterjee

Let the good doctor help you feel great for life in just 5 minutes

Dr. Rangan Chatterjee is a pioneer in the emerging field of progressive medicine and is changing the way that we look at illness. Click here below for more details.

Meg

Mathews

Meg's Menopause is the brainchild of former music industry executive, events planner and nineties Brit Pop icon Meg Mathews. Launched in October 2017, Meg wanted a platform where people could get information and support about the menopause after going through it herself.

 

Meg speaks exclusively to Craig Maplesden to talk about her mission.

Ryan Marsland

We speak to owner and Head Chef of The Fig Tree @ 36,Ryan Marsland, about his career, autumn produce and how opening the restaurant with his partner Tanya, was a realisation of a dream.

Sunbirds

We chat to former The Beautiful South frontman about his new band

Founder member Dave Hemingway has announced that his new band Sunbirds will release their debut album ‘Cool To Be Kind’.