Jono Lancaster has overcome a huge amount of adversity from the minute he was born. He has Treacher Collins Syndrome and experienced bullying for the way he looked, resulting in a life of self-loathing for 20 years. He has since founded his own foundation, ‘Love Me, Love My Face’ and Jono says the power of meeting other people and hearing about their journeys has helped to motivate him. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Fresh from winning Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, Leon Rolle, aka Locksmith Rudimental shares all on how brutal the show truly is, and reveals the secret item he sneaked in with him. Katie caught up with Leon back in April before the series had come to an end on television.
Leon also speaks...
Julia Samuel MBE is an author and leading psychologist, she's helped many, many bereaved parents through the tragedy of losing a child. Julia spent 23 years at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, with her experiences, leading her to launch the charity Child Bereavement UK.
Julia was a close...
Recorded during lockdown in their homes, Katie speaks with chef, entrepreneur, novelist and TV star Prue Leith, who is video-calling from her home in the English countryside. Prue has been at the top of the British food scene for decades, opening her own restaurant Leith's in 1969 that led to a...