To mark International Men’s Day on 19 November we hear from UK ambassador of IMD and chairman of the Mankind Initiative, Mark Brooks OBE; Matt Webb speaks to the BBC’s first black weather presenter Everton Fox about what it was like studying in Cambridge and becoming a meteorologist.
We explore the latest developments in prostate cancer treatment with Cambridge-based academic urological surgeon Vincent Gnanapragasam.
Ollie Slack finds out what’s happening at our local football clubs to get men talking about their mental health, Neil Whiteside hears from Chris Jenkin from It Takes a City about his background and ambition to end homelessness in Cambridge and Tony Barnfield speaks to Paul Mayhew-Archer, co-writer of The Vicar of Dibley about being diagnosed with Parkinson’s.
Plus a round-table discussion about life as a man in 2020.
Presented by Matt Webb, Neil Whiteside, Ollie Slack and Tony Barnfield.