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In this all-new intimate talk show, Davina McCall examines subjects that we all worry about and attempts to find ways to improve them. Each week, Davina leads a thought-provoking exploration of a different contemporary issue, sparked by real people's experiences and viewpoints.
Can you make yourself happy? Or are you happier than you realise?
Davina brings together fascinating guests - including a former Debt Analyst for a large investment bank whose brush with death led to her becoming a Buddhist nun - with very different stories of their search for happiness in this captivating episode. Contributors include Meik Wiking, CEO of The Happiness Research Institute, and Francesca Martinez, stand-up comedian, writer and actress.
When life goes off the rails, how do we get back on track?
How do we get out of a rut? Is a mid-life crisis inevitable? Should we always be striving for more or finding contentment in what we have? Davina invites her group of guests to share their fascinating stories. Contributors include the acclaimed journalist, broadcaster and art critic, Miranda Sawyer, and the well-known Olympic heptathlete, Louise Hazel.
Davina invites guests to discuss what we mean when we say "I'm so stressed".
Can stress ever actually be good for us? And how do we manage it? Along with experts and guests who are experiencing stress for themselves, this is a fascinating and emotional exploration. Contributors include Professor Ian Robertson, one of the world's leading researchers in neuropsychology and author of the book The Stress Test, and Angela Patmore, former External Stress Expert.
Should we be taking our addiction to technology as seriously as drugs?
Do you think you're addicted to your phone? How do you break that cycle and take control? Or is our relationship to technology a healthy one? Armed with enlightening research and surprising views from experts and tech fans, this episode may well change your own views on technology forever. Contributors include addiction expert and author Dr Kardaras, and stand-up comedian David Morgan.
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