A collection of programmes for a healthy mind and body.
Strictly professional dancer Amy Dowden opens up about her battle with Crohn’s disease.
Michelle Ackerley hears from people who have already survived the Covid-19 virus.
Tom Kerridge and his gang of volunteers kick off their weight loss and fitness challenge.
Michael Mosley investigates how much exercise you really need to do to be healthy.
Following Prince William's campaign to get us to open up about mental health issues.
Comedian Tony Slattery turns to psychiatry for some answers to his psychological problems.
Is the surge in cycling the start of a much bigger change in the way we travel?
Michael Mosley and Mehreen Baig investigate non-invasive facial procedures.
Vegan chef Mathew Pritchard attempts a vegan wedding dinner for 160!
People living with obesity move in together to explore what it means to be larger bodied.
Mariella Frostrup shares her own experience of the menopause and investigates what it is.
Gail Porter explores her rise to fame and her fall into depression and homelessness.
Surprising solutions for everything from snacking and stress to screen addiction.
In East Belfast, a group of people intent on losing a few pounds join a weight loss class
Four people wanting to get a tummy tuck get a live surgery reality check.
Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson opens up about the abuse she has suffered online from trolls.
Singleton Lyndon trims up to get a date and Mum Cassie is hoping to get her Mojo back.
Vlogger and body-positive internet queen Grace Victory investigates clean eating.
Alastair Campbell candidly talks about his experience living with depression.
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Fiona Phillips teams up with leading scientists to investigate healthy eating and drinking
Michael Mosley examines the latest research on fitness to separate fact from fiction.