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At Home with Jo Frost – Summer 2017

Hello Parents This past year has been a very hectic time for me as I’ve spent many hours travelling across America helping families in need and trying to solve their problems. I’ve especially enjoyed attending live events and offering advice to struggling parents on their kids’ behaviour, because doing this in a public environment helps many other families who are facing the same issues. As well as writing ...

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At Home with Sarah Beeny – Spring 2017

HELLO READERS Housing is back under the spotlight after Communities Minister Sajid Javid finally published his plans to ‘fix our broken market’. I would argue there are plenty of affordable houses, but in areas with few jobs, so people don’t want to live there. Instead of building more, we should be looking for a long-term solution and improving transport links, so we take people and job opportunities to th ...

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‘Ask the Doctor’ with Dr Christian Jessen – February 2017

Hello Readers, Now, more than ever, this country needs to start addressing the health concerns that are costing lives. Overcrowded hospitals, a lack of secondary care and poorly educated children are just three matters I’d like to see improved. And I believe time – as well as knowledge – is the key. That’s why I edit this magazine and why I keep doing my TV work – to reach a wider audience and educate the p ...

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At Home with Tess Daly 2016

HELLO READERS Christmas is coming, which means two things - Strictly Come Dancing is in full swing and I'm thrilled to be back as guest editor of at home magazine. I'm having a ball on screen every Saturday and Sunday night, and I've also had lots of fun putting together this issue. Our fashion pages are sure to get you in the party mood. We had a great time shooting these outfits, so whether smart trousers ...

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At Home with Gloria Hunniford November 2016

HELLO READERS Everyone's getting a little older, but why should that stop us doing what we love? Age is no object. I'm 76, but I try not to think about the number and I don't intend to stop working any time soon. I love what I do and sitting around all day without a job fills me with dread. My time is taken up with Rip Off Britain - we did a number of live shows this year as well as Rip Off Food and Rip Off ...

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At Home with Sarah Beeny – Autumn 2016

HELLO READERS With the country's surprise decision to exit the European Union, it may have been a tumultuous year politically, but property wise, as yet, I haven't seen a big drop from homeowners who use my website Tepilo.com to buy and sell their property. I don't think it will affect the market that much. People always need to move and life goes on, whatever our politicians might think! In this autumn iss ...

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At Home with Lorraine Kelly – August 2016

HELLO READERS Age is no barrier to anything these days. At 56, I've worn a bikini and a sleeveless dress on TV for the first time. I have scars and blemishes, but who cares! No one is perfect, and it's all about feeling healthy and happy in your own skin. I know some women feel they become invisible after they hit 50 and I think that's a real shame. I'm relishing being this age, and I'm in a really good pla ...

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Parenting with Jo Frost – June 2016

HELLO PARENTS This year, I've been clocking up thousands of miles on the road as I've gone mobile in the US. I've been touring the country meeting families for my latest TV show Nanny On Tour, solving problems and issues that affect so many parents. Challenging, yes, but I'm so happy that I can help families find alternative ways to parent if their current approach isn't working. I find that wherever I am i ...

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At Home with Sarah Beeny – April 2016

HELLO READERS Spring is here and I'm thrilled to be back in the hot seat editing this issue of at home with Sarah Beeny. As ever, house prices are the topic of conversation on the street and my online estate agency Tepilo recently revealed that buyers are still concerned about properties becoming unaffordable. This makes is clear the government needs to really step up to ensure the market remains stable and ...

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‘Ask the Doctor’ with Dr Christian Jessen – February 2016

WELCOME Most people hate getting sick. Sure, there are some benefits (back-to-back box set, anyone?) but for the most part, being under the weather is a complete pain in the proverbial. But there are ways to help stave off illness before it takes hold. Taking care of your health and fitness levels all year round can boost your immune system, which means you’ll get ill less, and recover more quickly if you do ...

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At home with Tess Daly

Putting together this issue has been a real treat. From going behind the scenes at Strictly Come Dancing  and hanging out with guest ed, Tess Daly, to tasting masses of mince pies, festive canapés, and bottles of Prosecco (all in the name of work… you’re welcome!) – it’s been huge fun. Tess is a such an inspiration; she’s the ultimate multi-tasker. Always the consummate professional, she combines her hectic ...

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