Adam Cox is joined by Donna Kunyo, National Bingo Caller of the Year, and Miles Baron, Chief Executive of The Bingo Association, for National Bingo Day to discuss why Bingo is still so popular in the UK. Donna explains what made her fall in love with Bingo and how she became a Bingo caller, and Miles explains what's going on across the UK for the day and the future of the game. www.bingo-association.co.uk
Adam Cox is joined by Mohsin Rashid, Co-Founder of ZIPZERO, to discuss some potential solutions to take the pressure off of consumers in light of the cost-of-living crisis. Mohsin explains what brought him to create the ZIPZERO app, and how and how it aims to help users save money on household bills.
Adam Cox is joined by Patrick Wallace, co-founder of Curam, to discuss the current social care crisis and how it is impacting both the carers and those receiving care. He explains the changes that need to be made to overcome this, in addition to providing advice to both carers disheartened by the industry and those who have struggled to receive care.
Adam Cox is joined by cook and author, DJBBQ, to discuss new research from Andrew Peace Wines which reveals the UK's top BBQ faux pas. He talk's through how to pair the perfect drink to different BBQ staples and gives tips how to up the BBQ game this summer.
Adam Cox is joined by Celia Pool, co-founder of sustainable period brand DAME, ahead of Menstrual Hygiene Day to discuss the disparity in period products and the general stigma around periods. She explains the DAME Youth Board and how it aims to make talking about periods more normalised and how they are doing their part towards eradicating period poverty.
Adam Cox is joined by Jonathan Hewlett, CEO at w'air, who talks about how the ever-increasing trend known as ‘bracketing' — the act of buying products with the intention of sending them back - is damaging the environment. He explains who w'air are and what they do, in addition to giving tips on how consumers can reduce the effects of fast fashion. www.justwairit.com
Adam Cox is joined by TV vet, Dr Bolu Eso, to discuss new research from Butternut Box which reveals the 5 types of dog owners. He explains how important it is for owners to understand their dog's health, and he gives advice to listeners on how best to care for their pet.
Adam Cox is joined by Malcolm Flanders, a Director at Golden Charter, one of the sector's largest providers, to discuss new funeral industry regulation on market standards from the Financial Conduct Authority (FSA). They look at how the rules could be damaging for some funeral plan providers, and how consumers with pre-existing plans will be affected, He also explains how Golden Charter will be able to assist consumers when the changes come into effect.
Adam Cox is joined by Marcus Eyles, Horticultural Director at Dobbie, to discuss new research that has found a huge number of Brits can't wait to get back gardening now that Spring is here. He predicts some of the big gardening trends this year, and how to enjoy gardening without an outdoor space. He also discusses the importance of the local gardening centre.
Adam Cox is joined by Molly Robbins, award-winning cake artist and star of Extreme Cake Maker's, to discuss her top tips and tricks for making the perfect cake for Mother's Day. She speaks about new research from cake decoration brand, JF Renshaw, and how to get kids involved in baking this Mother's Day. She also talks about what made her discover her love of baking, and what her favourite cakes to bake are.
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