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Series in which well-known faces explore concerns about ageing. Hosted by Bill Turnbull, Fiona Phillips and Dr Rangan Chatterjee, Holding Back the Years is a lifestyle magazine show looking at how to stay well, live longer and be healthy, whatever age you are.
Britain's pensioners are being targeted by phone if their name appears on a list. Fiona Phillips finds out the ways to combat the con artists. For Dr Rangan Chatterjee's Making Sense of Your Senses Week, he sniffs out top tips on ways of saving your sense of smell and taste. Mindfulness and relaxation therapy is the latest way the NHS is combatting stress - but it can take some getting used to. For the first time in his 87 years Carlton gets to experience a massage, and Fiona Phillips finds out about the health benefits of staying calm. Bill Turnbull meets the students who could be the saviours of social care.
Fiona meets the silver splitters - people who have divorced later in life - and finds out how to have as pain-free a divorce as possible, no matter how long you have been married. Dr Rangan Chatterjee continues his Making Sense of Our Senses week and explores why keeping in touch with your sense of touch could save your life. Nicki Chapman asks whether men should 'dress their age' when it comes to what not to wear. And Bill Turnbull is in Stockport, where he explores a test that tells you how long you have got to live.
How old is too old when it comes to parenthood? Nicki Chapman meets those who feel having kids later in life keeps them young. Dr Rangan Chattejee continues his Making Sense of Our Senses week with a close-up look into eyesight and finds out how to keep looking good. Bill Turnbull meets Lord Sugar's right-hand man Claude Littner, who thinks it is time businesses hired a whole new generation of workers taking up apprenticeships.
Nicki Chapman goes to a wonderful place that is helping people with dementia make new memories out of music. Dr Rangan Chatterjee ends his Making Sense of Our Senses week with a simple test to help you weigh up your own sense of balance. Vitamin D could be the secret to a long and sunny life - Ainsley Harriott shines a light on the subject. Fiona Phillips takes a look into a future in which robots look after people.
Bill Turnbull(Bill Turnbull)
Fiona Phillips(Fiona Phillips)
Dr. Rangan Chatterjee(Dr. Rangan Chatterjee)
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