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Posted by The You and Yours Team (U10649963) on Tuesday, 16th June 2009
Several people have posted messages saying they didn’t manage to catch all of our broadcasts; so if you didn’t get a chance to listen last week, or would like to listen again you can download the podcasts using the following link:
In part one of his highly intimate and personal accounts food writer Geoff Tansey reflects on diagnosis, part two focuses on treatment and the final instalment deals with the aftermath of treatment. He considers the health effects of diet throughout.
On Sunday the Food Programme examined the latest research linking diet and prostate cancer. Sheila Dillon was joined by Geoff Tansey, nutritional scientist Professor Margaret Rayman and Professor Colin Cooper of the Department of Molecular Biology at the Institute of Cancer Research.
You can listen again to their programme here:
Posted by tatman303 (U836126) on Thursday, 18th June 2009
You only have the last two parts fo this diary online - is there anyway I could obtain the first part (I presume there are three parts?)
Posted by The You and Yours Team (U10649963) on Thursday, 18th June 2009
Hi tatman303. We can only keep podcasts online for a limited period after broadcast but you can listen again via the You and Yours website. Here are the links:
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