Adam Cox is joined by former England rugby player and car aficionado, Austin Healey, to discuss some new research from the car leasing brand, Sogo, which reveals how Brits’ attitudes have changed towards cars during lockdown. They explore some of the common misconceptions around electric cars and what the benefits are for those who choose to lease them short-term.
Adam Cox is joined by Simon Marsh from 108 Harley Street to discuss the effect the pandemic has had on the NHS and their ability to carry out breast screening. They look at the way private clinics relieve some of the pressure the NHS faces, and how the NHS and private clinics may continue to work together in a post-COVID Britain.
Adam Cox is joined by Ken Bullock from Advanced Electronics, and Salvy Vittozzi from Apollo Fire Detectors. They discuss the fallout of the Grenfell Tower Fire, and the consequences this has had for those living in high rise flat blocks. They explain how this has led to the Waking Watch Relief Fund, and what the fund has been created to do.
Adam Cox is joined by founder of The Happy Craft Box, Lynda Phoenix, to discuss the mental health issues faced by children during the pandemic – and how The Happy Craft Box hopes to alleviate some of them. Lynda explains why she created the company, what she hopes to achieve by bringing mindfulness activities straight to kids in lockdown, and the differing ways in which children experience and deal with mental health compared to adults.
Adam Cox is joined by Emma Staniforth from Inca to look at how hot tubs and saunas are more than just a luxury item for some, and in fact can be utilised for the treatment of chronic pain. They delve into Emma’s own use of heat to treat her endometriosis, and how infra-red saunas work when it comes to helping treat pain.
Adam Cox is joined by father and daughter team Trevor and Monique Bolland from Nuzest, to discuss the story behind the company's beginnings and why exactly health is so important to them. They talk about why new year resolutions don’t work and what people need to do to achieve long-term health improvements, ranging from exercise regimes to diet changes. This conversation delves into the benefits of including more plant-based options into a person’s diet, and how Nuzest use natural products to be inclusive to those with dietary restrictions.
Adam Cox is joined by Max Vialou-Clark, from AJ Products, to discuss the findings from a report which reveals an increase in Brits’ sedentary behaviours over lockdown. They look at the implications for physical wellbeing whilst working at home, and how this has also affected the nation’s mental health and productivity. Max gives some “Dos and Don’ts” for working at home for prolonged periods, and explains what responsibilities employers have towards their staff working from home.
Adam Cox is joined by TJ Supreme, CEO of the TuKo app, to discuss how TuKo aims to bring every on-demand service into one easy to use application, and what the inspiration behind the company was. They delve into how the older generation may benefit from an app such as this, and how it can protect users from “cowboy” tradespeople.
Adam Cox is joined by Matt Dronfield, head of the fully-funded debt advice charity Debt Free London, to discuss how the pandemic has affected debt and the worrying trends that are arising from those ignoring debt during the pandemic. They look at the reasons Brits may feel they don’t need to worry about debt right now, and how this may affect them in the future. Matt also gives some great advice for those who want to seek help before they hit a real crunch point.
Adam Cox is joined by butcher and founder of Lamb2Ewe, Thomas Kitchen-Dunn, to look at how there have been increased demands for locally sourced meats amongst consumers and how buying directly from farmers helps to support local economies. They delve into the difference between buying directly from the source and buying from supermarkets, and buying from supermarkets can make it more difficult to know exactly where meat comes from. They discuss the positive environmental impacts of shopping for locally sourced meat and how to support local farmers.
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