Getting out of her comfort zone is less and less appealing for author and television producer Jane Fallon; she is much happier doing the things that make her happy. Gabby and Jane discuss the stigma around the menopause, her journey into published written work and how that her career in television has allowed her to write such gripping books.
Jane Fallon is well known for being a producer on BBC's Eastenders, and more recently for her super toned arms along with her array of incredible novels including: Faking Friends, Getting Rid of Matthew and Worst Idea Ever.
Gabby is also joined by Yoga teacher and Life coach Mia Togo High, to shine a light on the importance of movement in our day to day lives.
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Saturday night telly, sports coverage and breakfast on Good Morning Britain, Ben Shephard has truly done it all.
He tells Gabby about his current training plan and remembers turning up to a dance audition in a pair of dirty rugby shorts. He also considers what makes a happy, long-lasting...
A stalwart of the stand-up circuit and renowned actor, Kerry Godliman has a CV that many would envy.
Kerry tells Gabby about how doing stand-up can feel like having a superpower. She talks about being comfortable in her skin as a mid-life performer, and about losing the ‘bolshy’ approach with...