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with the Rev Kate Bottley and Jason Mohammad.

The TV presenter and yoga instructor Aggie MacKenzie reflects on navigating a crossroads in her life.

The TV presenter and journalist Aggie MacKenzie recently spent a month on a Greek Island with seven other women as they dived back into the world of dating. Aggie joins Kate and Jason to reflect on that experience and how she has embraced yoga and sport to delay what she describes as 'decrepitude'.

Ahead of the Jewish New Year, Angela Epstein brings in some of the food associated with Rosh Hashanah and tells Jason and Kate about its religious significance.

And we hear why our Charity Champions are driving an Indian Tuk Tuk from the UK to Turkey.

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2 hours, 55 minutes

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Aggie MacKenzie

Aggie MacKenzie

The TV presenter and journalist Aggie MacKenzie recently spent a month on a Greek Island with seven other women as they dived back into the world of dating. Aggie joins Kate and Jason to reflect on that experience and tells them how she has embraced yoga and sport to delay what she describes as 'decrepitude'.

The Sumaria Family and tuk tuk

The Sumaria Family and tuk tuk
This week’s charity champions, the Sumaria family are about to drive an Indian TukTuk 6,000 kms through 21 countries in memory of daughter Emily, who died from a sudden epileptic seizure 5 years ago.  Emily’s mum, Rachel, calls in from Dover to tell Kate and Jason about the upcoming adventure

Angela Epstein

Angela Epstein

Journalist and broadcaster Angela Epstein joins Kate and Jason to chat about Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, which begins on Sunday.  Angela also brings in some of the sweet foods that are traditionally served during the celebrations.

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