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Adam Cox is joined by author and Life Design Coach, Michelle Margaret Marques, to discuss her new book Rebel Woman, and how her experiences shaped her life and book. She explains how her courses work to empower listeners to improve their own mindset and gives advice to listeners who feel they are stuck in a rut. https://www.michellemargaretmarques.…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Americana folk singer-songwriter who's worked with several stars across the U.S.A, Graham Wilkinson, to discuss how Austin, Texas, came to become the undisputed 'Live Music Capital of the World'. They look at how British cities could learn from Austin's live music scene, and why local authorities are so paramount in supporting…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Matt O'Donovan, from WiFi Spark, to discuss new research which reveals the UK's perception of hospital entertainment, and why good entertainment and engagement is so important in hospitals. He explains what can be done to fix the issues caused by poor entertainment options and who should be paying for the updates. https://www.…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Jody Buchan, UK Monkey Shoulder Brand Ambassador, who has teamed up with Vice Media on a nationwide nightlife investigation, called 'The Night Shift’. This in-depth, investigative report asked over 4000 people what is wrong with the nightlife scene right now in an attempt to right the wrongs of so many nightlife fails. They di…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Rory Brimmer, from Car Sharing Marketplace, Turo, to discuss new research from the brand which shows a majority of Brits are choosing to do a staycation over the summer. He explains the barriers preventing Brits from going abroad, and what the advantages of a staycation are. He also advises on the direction he foresees for the…
 
Adam Cox is joined by seasoned Journalist and independent mortgage specialist, Paula John, to discuss new research from Pepper Money that demonstrates the impact the current rise in interest rates has had on Brits. She provides some advice to listeners on how to improve their finances, and what it means to consolidate debt. www.pepper.money…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Professor Andy Lockey, President of Resuscitation Council UK, to discuss the new heart-shaped QR Code being released to expand the number of people who know the basic principles of CPR and defibrillation. Andy explains why it is so important for people to learn CPR skills, in addition to explaining the new QR code and how it a…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Alexa Polidoro, from Learn French with Alexa, to discuss new research from the brand which reveals some interesting trends about Brits learning another language. She explains the benefits of learning another language, why French is such a useful language to know and how the Learn French With Alexa courses run. www.learnfrenchw…
 
Adam Cox is joined by TV, Radio and Podcast presenter, Kate Thornton, to discuss new research from Cushelle, marking the launch of the brand's new tubeless toilet tissue, revealing Brit's biggest household pet hates. She explains some of the biggest bathroom bugbears, why Cushelle decided to make tubeless toilet rolls and how they can help these an…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Lynn Grimes, Director of Student Recruitment at Birkbeck, University of London, to discuss new research revealing the changing attitudes towards higher education. She explains the shift towards 'flexible learning, and why students today have different priorities than their predecessors. www.bbk.ac.uk…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Dr Raja, a specialist hair transplant surgeon, for National Hair Loss Awareness Month to discuss some of the causes of hair loss, and how hair loss has driven some seek to illegal or badly performed hair transplants. He explains how to be safe from poor quality hair transplant surgery, and gives advice to those suffering from …
 
Adam Cox is joined by Professor Martin Stringer, Pro Vice Chancellor of Education at Swansea University, to discuss new research revealing the public's understanding of higher education, and attitudes towards universities. Martin explains why so many people are still unsure of the clearing process, and provides advice to students, and parents of st…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Natalie McAllister, from Dyno-Rod, to discuss new research revealing the public's attitudes towards women working within the manual labour industries. She explains why the industry can be so rewarding, and why more girls should consider the career path. https://www.dyno.com/
 
Adam Cox is joined by Alison Lovett, a trained midwife, general nurse and homoeopath, and founder of The Latch, for World Breastfeeding Week. They discuss why it can be so difficult to get a newborn to breastfeed, and some of the common problems new mothers face. She explains how other cultures' attitudes towards breastfeeding differ from western i…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Jordan Shelley, Founder and Director of Animal Journal, to discuss a new petition, backed by animal welfare spokespeople and charities, that could help secure the safety and wellbeing of countless domestic and wild creatures across the world. Jordan explains the Kept Animal Bill, when it is likely to go through, and also why a…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Mark Brown, CEO and Founder of Wedinsure, to discuss the trends currently occurring within the wedding industry relating to the claims people have made, and how the economic outlook of the country is affecting these. He recommends ways couples can protect their wedding day, and what to look for in wedding protection policies. …
 
Adam Cox is joined by Omar Matadar, of Qasid Arabic Institute, to discuss why Arabic can be such a difficult, but rewarding, language to learn. They also discuss Islamic New Year, and how people across the globe celebrated the occasion. Omar also explains common words used in modern vernacular, taken from Arabic routes. https://www.qasid.com/…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Robert Lyon, Managing Director of Playfair, to discuss the new law stating that landlords will legally need to provide a carbon monoxide alarm for their tenants from October 2022. Robert explains the dangers of carbon monoxide, and why it is so important to have an alarm, in addition to why a change in the law is being put int…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Annabel Rhodes, Founder & Director of Rhodes Skincare, to discuss how current skincare practices are harming the environment. They look at some of the myths and misconceptions within the beauty industry, and why it's so difficult to be a sustainably conscious skincare consumer. She also explains who Rhodes Skincare are, and ho…
 
Adam Cox is joined by acclaimed chef and restaurateur from Santa Monica, Josiah Citrin, head chef and owner of the two-Michelin starred Mélisse Restaurant, and BBQ restaurant, Charcoal Venice, to discuss how to make the most out of BBQ season. He explains how he got into cooking and talks about some tricks he's picked up throughout his career as a …
 
Adam Cox is joined by John Parker, of The Arboricultural Association, to discuss exactly what the association do and how the UK's trees are taken care of. He explains next year's government 30,000 hectare tree-planting target, and why arboriculture is an important service. www.trees.org.uk
 
Adam Cox is joined by Sam Brooks and Mike Webb, from Vintage Acquisitions, to discuss new research looking at Brits attitudes towards traditional investment routes. They explain how vintage cask whisky could be a good alternative, and what to look for when investing in cask whisky. www.vintageacquisitions.com…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Architect, TV presenter and writer, George Clarke, to discuss new research from Mitsubishi Electric which has shown the attitudes of the public, surrounding their eagerness to renovate homes, reduce energy bills and tackle carbon footprints. George gives tips and tricks to homeowners looking to make more sustainable home impro…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Rebecca Taylor, from Aquarate, to discuss new research which revealed Brits are complacent or ignorant about hydration and how much liquids they should be drinking. Rebecca explains why there are still concerns around hydration in developed nations and who is most at risk of becoming hydrated. She also speaks about what Hydrac…
 
Adam is joined by Diego Cassina who discusses his Psychedelic Journey. Diego shares the experiences that led him to take psychoactive substances and what he experienced and how he changed his thinking by going through this experience. Diego is a thought leader and coach helping businesses utilize social media videos to sell their services online. F…
 
Adam is joined by Antonio De Sousa Antonio de Sousa is a Self Belief & Self Joy Facilitator, author / mentor / coach specialising within spiritual frequency areas of self love, self care and self mastery. He’s the author of a brilliant brand new book : ‘The Lockdown on Self Love’ ‘How to make suffering work for you’ Amazon: https://tinyurl.com/Lock…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Petra Antalova, Co-Founder of New Aroma UK, to discuss the brand's new revolutionary, patent-pending technology which disinfects the air whilst delivering amazing scent. She explains why certain air disinfectant methods are potentially unsafe, and how to disinfect homes in a safer way. www.newaroma.co.uk…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Donna Kunyo, National Bingo Caller of the Year, and Miles Baron, Chief Executive of The Bingo Association, for National Bingo Day to discuss why Bingo is still so popular in the UK. Donna explains what made her fall in love with Bingo and how she became a Bingo caller, and Miles explains what's going on across the UK for the d…
 
Adam Cox is joined by James Lambert, MD of Lyme Bay Winery, for English Wine Week to discuss new research revealing the top 5 different types of wine drinkers. They look at how the English wine industry is doing, and also what to look out for in a bottle of wine this summer. www.lymebaywinery.co.uk
 
Adam Cox is joined by Rick Thompson, CEO of rare disease charity Beacon, to discuss the challenges of living with a rare disease and why patient groups are so important. He explains how Beacon are helping those with a rare disease and the actions the charity are calling for. www.rarebeacon.org
 
Adam Cox is joined by Charles Ellis, Benign Prostatic Enlargement (BPH) sufferer, to discuss the condition and the effects it can have on sufferers. He explains how BPH has impacted his daily life, and also talks about Water Vapour Therapy and how it is used to treat BPH. www.bostonscientific.com
 
Adam Cox is joined by Dr Ian Braithwaite, CEO of Try Habitual, Dr Silja Voolma, Behavioural Scientist, and pre-diabetes patient, Marv Yeller, for Diabetes Week to discuss new research which reveals the stigma and negative stereotypes surrounding Diabetes. They explain ways in which these misconceptions and stigmas can be addressed, and Ian explains…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Nick Hounsfield, Founder of inland surfing destination The Wave, and bodyboarder, Llewellyn Nicholls, ahead of International Surfing Day to discuss the benefits of surfing. Nick explains what The Wave is and how people can get into surfing, whilst Llewellyn talks about the challenge he is undertaking on the 21st of June. www.t…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Mohsin Rashid, Co-Founder of ZIPZERO, to discuss some potential solutions to take the pressure off of consumers in light of the cost-of-living crisis. Mohsin explains what brought him to create the ZIPZERO app, and how and how it aims to help users save money on household bills. www.zipzero.com…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Senior GP and Broadcaster, Dr Roger Henderson, and Chris Addison, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2015 but is now thankfully cancer-free, for Men's Health Week to discuss a new survey from Bayer UK that reveals men's attitudes toward their own health. They talk about the launch of the "Shed by Shed: Rebuilding the Fi…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Patrick Wallace, co-founder of Curam, to discuss the current social care crisis and how it is impacting both the carers and those receiving care. He explains the changes that need to be made to overcome this, in addition to providing advice to both carers disheartened by the industry and those who have struggled to receive car…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Hendrik Smedberg, Head of Intelligent Spend Management at SAP, to discuss the current UK supply chain crisis and how this is affecting the consumers. He runs through key research findings from the new SAP supply chain report and gives tips to businesses on how they can get through this. www.sap.com…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Dr Thomas Dannhauser, founder and CEO of Smart Start Minds, to discuss the brands new research which reveals the publics conceptions and misconceptions of ADHD. Dr Thomas explains some of the real symptoms of ADHD, and also explains how Smart Start Minds are using neurofeedback training to help those who live with ADHD. www.sm…
 
Adam Cox is joined by artist Eliza Southwood to discuss the 'My Little Masterpiece' project from Sudocrem, and how it aims to get kids more involved in the arts. She gives advise to listeners on how to encourage children to spend less time using technology and why explains why she thinks art should be implemented more into the school curriculum. ww…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Kim Jackson, from Harry Ramsden's, for National Fish and Chips Day to discuss a new poll from the brand which shows Fish and Chips to be the public's top British institution. Kim talks about why she think's the public love Fish and Chips to much, and also reveals to exciting news for the brand. www.harryramsdens.co.uk…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Celia Pool, co-founder of sustainable period brand DAME, ahead of Menstrual Hygiene Day to discuss the disparity in period products and the general stigma around periods. She explains the DAME Youth Board and how it aims to make talking about periods more normalised and how they are doing their part towards eradicating period …
 
Adam Cox is joined by nutritionist and dietician, Helen Bond, to discuss new research from California Raisins which reveals the misconceptions Brits have about vegan food and plant-based diets. They look at the pros and cons of a plant-based diet, and Helen provides recommendations on how to ensure a balanced and healthy diet. www.californiaraisins…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Tim Vetters, Managing Director at SIXT UK, to discuss new research suggesting Brits are worried about the rising cost of car ownership, and how this will affect the car industry. He explains the shift away from car ownership and towards rental or subscription services, and how SIXT UK is involved in this discussion. www.sixt.c…
 
Adam Cox is joined by health and wellbeing advocate, Katie Piper, and the CPO of Unilever, Sara Alsen, to discuss new research from Blueair that shows Brits' concerns around indoor air pollution. Katie discusses why this is a topic close to her heart, whilst Sara talks through the research and why this is such an issue. www.blueair.com…
 
Adam Cox is joined by Jonathan Hewlett, CEO at w'air, who talks about how the ever-increasing trend known as ‘bracketing' — the act of buying products with the intention of sending them back - is damaging the environment. He explains who w'air are and what they do, in addition to giving tips on how consumers can reduce the effects of fast fashion. …
 
Adam Cox is joined by TV vet, Dr Bolu Eso, to discuss new research from Butternut Box which reveals the 5 types of dog owners. He explains how important it is for owners to understand their dog's health, and he gives advice to listeners on how best to care for their pet. www.butternutbox.com
 
Adam Cox is joined by freelance technology and travel journalist, Chris Price, to discuss the new Avast Digital Citizenship Report and what it reveals about digital literacy across different age groups. He explains why digital literacy is so important for people's lives, and how Brit's can improve their understanding of what is real and what isn't …
 
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