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Alec Feldman: Fun things to do on a Bank Holiday

6th May 2018 | Advice / Opinion

Alec Feldman: Fun things to do on a Bank Holiday

In the UK, the May bank holiday is upon us at last. A three-day weekend, sunshine – it doesn’t get much better than this. But what should people do with their extra day off?

Alec Feldman’s got the answers. He’s prepared a handy guide for fun things to do on a Bank Holiday – although to be honest, the way he describes them they don’t sound all that appealing.

To find out why, click play below!

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Alec Feldman's Bank Holiday Ideas

Alec Feldman gives his tips for fun things to do on a Bank Holiday. (4 minutes)



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Alec Feldman is The Love Doctor

2nd May 2018 | Advice / Opinion

Alec Feldman is The Love Doctor

A conversation with one of his flatmates at uni made Alec Feldman realise that he has a real hidden talent for dispensing love advice.

Despite the fact that he’s never had a meaningful relationship with anyone in his life.

But that’s irrelevant – he decided his wisdom and expertise needed to be put to use for the greater good, and so this week on his show, Alec became ‘The Love Doctor’. The Doctor opened up his surgery to give out some professional and sensible advice to listeners with romantic dilemmas. And it didn’t cost them a penny.

Hear the definitely-not-a-way-to-get-slapped advice the Love Doctor gave out below.

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Alec Feldman is The Love Doctor

Alec Feldman gives free advice to listeners with romantic dilemmas. And well, it isn't quite what we expected. (6 minutes)



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Interview with Emma Kemp | 10:10

29th April 2018 | Advice / Opinion

Interview with Emma Kemp | 10:10

On Thursday, the government released the latest results of their 'Energy and Climate Change Public Attitudes Tracker'.

It showed that there was, on the whole, public support for the use of renewable energy. Opposition to renewable energy remained very low, at 3%, with only 1% strongly opposed. Support for solar energy and off-shore wind were at their highest recorded levels since the tracker began, and support for other renewable energy developments remained high as well.


However, despite this overwhelming support for renewable energy in the UK, the government have provided limited extra funding for renewable projects in the recent budgets. Whilst level of concern over public change has increased among the general public (three-quarters say that they are very or fairly concerned about climate change), this seems to exclude the government, given their lack of effort.

On Benji Hyer's show he interviewed Emma Kemp, a campaigner and representative from climate action charity 10:10, to discuss the results of the tracker and look at whether the government is doing enough to combat climate change.

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Benji Hyer interviews Emma Kemp

Benji Hyer interviews Emma Kemp, a campaigner and representative from climate action charity 10:10, to discuss whether the government is doing enough to combat climate change. (13 minutes)