Rush Talent Client News – May 2016

Covering topics as diverse as sex, weight loss and puppy curing (not in any way connected) our team of experts have been solving your problems across the nation and we're excited to share our latest news with you. Professor Paul Dolan will be appearing on your screens tomorrow night in Lose Weight for Love on BBC One, helping couples achieve their weight loss goals by introducing intelligent behavioural science techniques, that rewire the brain and tackle weight-loss in a new, innovative way. Paul is a professor at LSE university and is the author of Happiness By Design. Fern Riddell recently presented a fascinating BBC iWonder film on why we love Sherlock Holmes so much. As a nation we're obsessional about this fictional character and from the charming Sherlock Holmes pub, Fern tells us why he continues to fascinate and entertain us. Watch the film here. Dr Scott Miller has just finished a successful ten week run of The Vet on the Hill for More4. The series saw the nation fall in love with this warm-hearted vet as he treated puppies, ageing cats and foxes among other animals! Watch this space for Scott appearing on our screens again soon. Max Chater created a range of bespoke whisky cocktail recipes for the Heathrow Magazine, pairing each different whisky with flavours of the country in which it is most widely drunk. You can see the stunning recipes and watch a short video here. Lucy Beresford continues to make waves in her weekly LBC radio show on sex and relationships. Presenting every Saturday evening at 8pm, Lucy talks to listeners about a different subject every week and takes listeners' calls, advising them on their sex & relationship issues. Her warm and calm manner and willingness to tackle any subject has seen the show become a great success for LBC. In other news Amber Jane Butchart will appear on episode 4 of the Great British Sewing Bee, offering her expertise on African prints. Look out for her on 6th June, 9pm, BBC Two. Jordan Jarrett-Bryan will be heading out to Rio this September to report on the 2016 Paralympic games. Parenting expert Liat Hughes Joshi appeared on the Sky News debate slot, discussing children and junk food.