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Rush Talent Client News – February 2016
2016 has begun with a flying start for Rush Talent Clients with some exciting broadcasts hitting your screens and airwaves this year.
Our loveable Aussie vet Dr. Scott Miller will appear on your screens from March in his brand new More4 series Vet on the Hill. Get a genuine look into life at Scott’s surgery as he treats a host of adorable animals in his Richmond clinic. The programme will run for ten weeks from 14th March on More4. You can see the trailer for the programme here.
A hardcopy of Blooming Delicious by Sophie Wright landed on my desk this week. In her fourth cookbook, Sophie provides us with a range of delicious recipes that are both healthy and nourishing for pregnant women. Focusing on the various trimesters as well as pre-conception and post-birth, Sophie suggests recipes that contain all the vitamins and nutrients needed at the different stages of your pregnancy. They also make for great recipes for anyone with an interest in healthy eating! The book will be on the shelves from 7th April – pre order your copy here.Hannah Vaughan Jones has found a new home presenting on CNN International. As their newest London anchor, you can see Hannah presenting across the week on CNN, bringing you the latest on international current affairs.
Lucy Beresford continues her popular sex and relationships programme on LBC; no subject too taboo, Lucy tackles our modern day relationship issues head on and takes your calls to offer her warm and compassionate advice. Tune in every Saturday from 8pm.
Rachel Edwards-Stuart recently hosted an event for Ryvita, creating a range of bespoke recipes using unique scientific research. She ran a personalised food and flavour workshop, hosting various experiments and speaking to members of the food press about the relationship between food and flavour.
Liat Hughes Joshi has lent her expertise multiple times in recent weeks as children and technology have increasingly appeared in the press. Her article for the Telegraph addressed the issue of children and screen time and she has commented about this as well as other parenting issues on Radio 5 Live, Sky News and Channel 5 News.