Adam Cox is joined by Judith Buckland, from Family Law Solicitors Woolley & Co, to discuss a major new divorce law change coming in April and the public attitudes around this. They look at how the change will aid people in toxic marriages and what Woolley & Co can do to help.
Adam Cox is joined by Reshma Malde, Superintendent Pharmacist at John Bell & Croyden, to discuss how the use of pharmacy services have changed in the last 12 months and how the following 12 may develop. Reshma explains why it is so important to be proactive about health and the people who would benefit most.
Adam Cox is joined by Paul Matthew, conservation biologist, bar owner and founder of Everleaf, to discuss why so many Brits are choosing to take part in Dry January this year. Paul talks about his own journey and how Everleaf came about, in addition to how they aim to help people cut down on their alcohol intake.
Adam Cox is joined by Head of Cauldron, Tom Lindley, to talk about the carbon neutrality announcement from Cauldron Food, and how this was achieved. They looked at why it is important for the food and drink industry to work towards environmental goals like these and what the new carbon-neutral certification will mean for consumers.
Adam Cox is joined by Dr Shelly Gilbert MBE, founder of Grief Encounter and leading child and young person bereavement counsellor, for Children’s Grief Awareness Week to discuss what the week aims to achieve and the reason behind this year's theme: #saythewords. They look at how the pandemic has affected children’s ability to grieve and why Shelly created her child's grief activity book.
Adam Cox is joined by co-founder of Butternut Box, David Nolan, to discuss how many dog owners aren't meeting the dietary requirements of their pet, and the impact this may be having. They look at some of the main factors that contribute to a dog being overweight, and David explains how Butternut Box aims to change the dog food industry.
Adam Cox is joined by Richard Sager, drinks expert from NIO Cocktails, to discuss how to nail the perfect Christmas cocktail get together. They look at how NIO is aiming to make Christmas get togethers easier and how to plan the perfect party without the added stress of making custom drinks.
Adam Cox is joined by Jennifer White to discuss PETA's new Wool Free Winter campaign. They look at how, despite public misconception, wool is both environmentally unfriendly and cruel to the sheep who it is sheared from. Jennifer explains how PETA are encouraging the public to go wool free this year and gives some tips on alternative ways to keep warm.
Adam Cox is joined by Bobby Watkins, Managing Director of Arthr, to discuss the issue of the 'Home Office Hunch' and how we can look after our musculoskeletal health. They look at how working at home has affected Brits musculoskeletal health, and Bobby explains Arthr and how it helps those effected by arthritis.
Adam Cox is joined by Mathilde Mackowski, leading “sexpert” and co-founder of the Sinful Group, to discuss why UK couples are having less sex around Christmas and why this trend may continue post-pandemic. They look at why it is so important to take time for both ourselves and our partners, even during busy periods, and Mathilde provides some advice on some of the ways in which couples can remain sexually intimate over the festive period.
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