Cover interview

Nadiya Hussain

After winning 2015's Great British Bake Off, Nadiya Hussain has gone on to capture the hearts of the nation.

A columnist for The Times and a regular reporter for The One Show, Nadiya has presented several of her own BBC cookery series to great acclaim, with Time to Eat 

reaching on average 1.9 million viewers each week. Her new book 'Nadiya Bakes' has recently been released alongside a new cookery series, airing on BBC2. Here, Nadiya chats wonky cakes, her love for the Backstreet Boys, and her first love - Baking!

NHS Hero

Richard Howman

Healthcare Assistant, Intensive Care

We speak to NHS Hero, Richard Howman, about working during the pandemic, what he and his colleagues thought about the 'Clap for Carers', plus what he loves about living in Bath.

Chris Doveton

Bath-based author, Chris Doveton, launches new book: I'm fine, thanks.

A touching memoir exploring one man’s journey through grief and destruction, finding love in the depths of despair.



An icon of the nineties Brit Pop scene, Meg Mathews is a former music industry PR, events planner and designer turned entrepreneur and advocate for the menopause.


Meg is currently an online columnist for Red magazine and was named by the publication as one of their Top 20 Career Shifters in 2017. In November 2018, Meg was awarded the Inspiring Public Figure of the Year award by the Inspirational Leadership Trust.

For the past few years, Meg has continued her mission on female empowerment and supporting women through the menopause. Craig Maplesden got to speak to Meg, exclusively, about her mission.

Gavin Edney:

Elder statesman

The Elder restaurant opened its doors to the public on September 11th.


A place to enjoy authentic, honest and timeless British cooking, we spoke to Head Chef, Gavin Edney, about his love for using Britain’s natural larder to every seasonal dish, how his Cornish roots have influenced his cooking (not to mention working with the likes of Gordon Ramsay), and his plans for the future.

Dr Rangan Chatterjee

It only takes 5 minutes to start changing your life. For good.

Drawing on twenty years of experience and real-life case studies from his GP practice, Dr Rangan Chatterjee's chats to Craig Maplesden about creating a plan for a happier, healthier you.