Aasmah Mir and Suzy Klein are joined by commentator and former England rugby hooker Brian Moore and 18-year-old Liv Cooke, currently the football freestyle world champion.
Aasmah Mir and Suzy Klein are joined by the commentator and former England Rugby hooker, Brian Moore, who talks about his career, recent health scare and passion for opera and wine. 18 year old Liv Cooke is the current Football Freestyle World Champion. She describes how sitting at home with an injury led her to the sport.
The actress, Julie Hesmondhalgh, recalls her childhood in Accrington, playing the first transgender role in a soap, and her love of campervans.
JP meets Saturday Live listener, Pat Ellison Reed, to find out why her mum taught her Jujitsu.
GP and TV doctor, Rangan Chatterjee, gives common-sense tips for a healthier lifestyle; describes how he almost missed his own child's illness and the joy he finds by playing in a band.
Feargal Sharkey shares his Inheritance Tracks - Brown Eyed Handsome Man performed by Buddy Holly and Aceperience by Hardfloor.
Brian Moore will be commentating on the Six Nations Championship, which runs from 3 February - 17 March.
Julie Hesmondhalgh is appearing in the play The Almighty Sometimes at the Manchester Royal Exchange from 9-24 February.
The 4 Pillar Plan, How to Relax, Eat, Move and Sleep by Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, is out now.
Liv Cooke is taking part in The World Freestyle Football Championships on 22 February in Tokyo.
|Interviewed Guest||Brian Moore|
|Interviewed Guest||Liv Cooke|
|Interviewed Guest||Julie Hesmondhalgh|
|Interviewed Guest||Pat Ellison Reed|
|Interviewed Guest||Rangan Chatterjee|
|Interviewed Guest||Feargal Sharkey|