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.
Adam Cox is joined by Sabeen Almas, Founder of the UK's first women app, FemX, to discuss why there is still such a stigma around female reproductive health. Sabeen explains why many women feel obligated to cancel plans last minute due to having started their period, and also how FEMX helps to ensure periods aren't a surprise.
Adam Cox is joined by Katherine Mathieson, Chief Executive at the British Science Association (BSA), to discuss new research for British Science Week which shows scientists are at the top of the list of most trusted people in the country. They look at how the BSA is challenging stereotypes of science and scientists, in addition to how the public can get more involved in science for British Science Week.
Adam Cox is joined by Davies Roberts, Co-Founder of Flare Audio, for World Hearing Day to discuss the issue of sound sensitivity and how prevalent it is within society. Davies discusses what Calmer earbuds are and how they work, and the response the brand has had for the groundbreaking tech.
Adam Cox is joined by Dr Zbigniew, from Algocells, to talk about news research revealing the prevalence of joint pain suffered by the public. They discuss the common joint concerns Dr Zbigniew sees in patients, and how the innovative treatments used by Algocells aims to tackle the 'pain problem' in the UK.
Adam Cox is joined by Dimitri O, Co-Founder of Loop Earplugs, to discuss new research that reveals the impact hearing sensitivity can have on the lives of sufferers. Dimitri explains what Hyperacusis is and how Loop Earplugs help those who it affects, in addition to looking at how high noise levels can affect overall health.
Adam Cox is joined by Ana Brito, Sleep8's resident sleep coach, insomnia expert and therapist, ahead of Sleep Awareness Week to discuss why so many Brits are struggling to get a good night's rest. They look at what the major sleep issues affecting the UK are, and Ana offers advice to listeners and explains the resources Sleep8 offer.
Adam Cox is joined by Charlotte Wenham, CEO of Baby Shusher, to look at the impact the pandemic has had on parents, especially when it comes to their children's sleep schedules. They discuss the rise of baby-tech and how useful it is, and Charlotte gives tips and tricks to tired parents.
Adam Cox is joined by Jonas Holst, from Blueair, to discuss new research which reveals parents' reluctance to send children back to school in light of the pandemic, and how air purifiers could be used to alleviate some of their concerns. They look what the ways schools can improve air quality in the classroom, and what Blueair does to help.
Adam Cox is joined by Jane Lucy, CEO of Labrador, to discuss how recent energy price rises will affect the British public, and why finding a good deal on energy is currently so difficult. Jane explains who Labrador are, and what their new service launching this week is.
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