Series exploring concerns about ageing. Fiona Phillips looks at getting our motoring mojo back through driving refresher courses. And are we a nation addicted to painkillers?
Everything has an impact on how well we live, whatever our age. From the type of house we live in to how much money we've got to spend, what we put in our bodies and the secrets of our genetic make-up. So finding out about all those things - and more - could help you mature brilliantly. Or slow down the ageing process, just a little. We've tracked down the very best tips and advice for holding back the years. And now, with the help of our team, we're going to pass them on to you. To show you how to have the time of your life, whenever that may be.
Hosted by Bill Turnbull, Fiona Phillips and Dr Rangan Chatterjee, Holding Back the Years is a lifestyle magazine show looking at how to stay well, live longer and be healthy - whatever age you are.
In this episode, Fiona Phillips looks at how we can get our motoring mojo back through driving refresher courses, and Dr Rangan Chatterjee asks if we are a nation addicted to painkillers.
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|Series Producer||Johnny Muir|
|Executive Producer||Paul Connolly|
|Production Manager||Joy Hines|