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Get Fit With Fido encourages dogs and their owners throughout the country to get fit together. To kick-start Get Fit With Fido activity for 2015, we have planned a boot camp style event on Wednesday 21st January from 10am-2pm at the Lee Valley Athletics Centre, Edmonton, London. Exercising with your own Mr Muttivator costs little or no money at all and you will always have someone's wagging tail and eager eyes to spur you on. As part of the campaign we have a 'Slimmer of the Year Competition ...
 
The UK’s biggest book club is back with an all new podcast hosted by television royalty; Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan. Each week, Richard and Judy will be discussing a brand-new book with its author, delving into the novel’s origins, themes, inspirations and much, much more. This is the perfect podcast for any book lover, and with each title available in your nearest WHSmith store as part of their exclusive Richard and Judy Book Club collection, it’s never been easier to join Britain’s ...
 
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Eastenders icon Sid Owen has been playing character Ricky on and off since 1988. He joins Richard and Judy to talk about writing his autobiography, From Rags to Ricky, and explains how acting helped him cope with a difficult childhood. Richard and Judy are also joined by this week’s Book Club author Kiran Millwood Hargrave to discuss her novel The …
 
How many times a day do you lie? That’s what Richard and Judy began to wonder when they read this week’s Book Club novel, When She Was Good. The novel follows Evie Cormac, a teenager who witnessed a brutal murder and is now staying silent, and forensic psychologist Cyrus Haven as he tries to discover what happened to her. Author Michael Robotham di…
 
Husband and wife Paul Vlitos and Collette Lyons have written their first book together under the pseudonym Ellery Lloyd. People Like Her follows mummy influencer Emmy, who blogs under the name Mamabare. She shares her life as a parent of two young children with her followers, but her online persona hides the offline reality. The authors tell Richar…
 
The Idea of You puts a spotlight on relationships where there’s a significant age gap; author Robinne Lee writes a passionate love affair between a 20 year old pop star, and a successful 40-something woman. She explains to Richard and Judy how her own experience of being an actress turning 40 in LA inspired her to write a multi-dimensional female c…
 
How far would you go to protect your family from a prison sentence? That’s the question Book Club author Gillian McAllister poses in her new novel That Night. She and Bella Mackie – author of How To Kill Your Family – join Richard and Judy to debate what might persuade them to seek revenge on behalf of a loved one, and how to convince a reader to r…
 
V2 is Robert Harris’ latest book; it’s the fifth of his novels that Richard and Judy have picked to be part of their Book Club. It follows Rudy, a German rocket scientist who has dreams of launching rockets to the moon, but is instead forced by the Nazis to develop the world’s first truly ballistic missile. Robert joins Richard and Judy to explore …
 
The Pull of the Stars is the last of the Early Summer Book Club reads. It tells the story of Nurse Julia Power as she helps deliver babies in an understaffed, overcrowded ward during the Spanish Flu pandemic in 1918. Returning Book Club author Emma Donoghue joins Richard and Judy to discuss writing about the politics of childbirth, and why she like…
 
A glamorous, charismatic, female Oxford University professor is accused of sexual assault by a young man on the rugby team. Who do you believe? Author Cara Hunter revives her much-loved character, DI Adam Fawley, to investigate in this week’s Book Club read, The Whole Truth. Cara cleverly uses a true crime podcast within the novel to help the reade…
 
The Miseducation of Evie Epworth is this week’s Book Club novel. Set in the 1960s, it follows larger-than-life 16 year old Evie as she navigates following her dreams of leaving Yorkshire for the bright lights of London …not least to escape the clutches of her step mother, determined to keep her closer to home. Author Matson Taylor is a design histo…
 
With this week’s Book Club read, Moonflower Murders, you almost get two books for the price of one. Author Anthony Horowitz has written an entire novel within a novel, the fictional novel playing a central role in helping to solve the main book’s murder! Anthony and his squeaky office chair join Richard and Judy from Suffolk to talk about writing t…
 
A sleepy Norwegian village is where this week’s Book Club novel is set. The Kingdom is a thriller following two brothers reunited after the more gregarious of the two left to travel the world; on his return, the dark truth about their family legacy begins to unravel. Author Jo Nesbo is a bestselling crime novelist, but he’s also been a premier leag…
 
Comedian Dawn French’s latest novel, Because of You, is of course warm and witty, but it’ll also make you cry. The book ultimately has a crime at its heart, and explores the intense pain and joy being a mother can bring. Dawn joins Richard and Judy to talk about why grieving mothers might steal babies, who her teenage crushes were, and the unexpect…
 
The final read in this year’s Spring Book Club is The Recovery of Rose Gold. It’s the debut novel of Stephanie Wrobel, who joins Richard and Judy from Arizona to talk through the mental health syndrome at the centre of her story – Munchausen by Proxy. For 18 years mother Patty made her daughter, Rose Gold, believe she was desperately ill; the book …
 
The Sight of You, a heartbreaking story that asks whether you’d want to know the fate of the people you love, is this week’s Book Club read. Author Holly Miller joins Richard and Judy to talk about learning the art of writing from professors, university course mates, and professional writing critics, and how a divisive dinner party conversation hel…
 
This week’s Book Club read is The Holdout. What happens when the jurors who found someone guilty of murder are brought back together for a Netflix series ten years later? Will they all remember the events in the same way? Will they all stand by the decision they made? Author Graham Moore joins Richard and Judy to explain how his own experience of b…
 
Would you do anything differently if you had a second chance at life? That’s the central question posed in this week’s Book Club novel, The Midnight Library. Author Matt Haig joins Richard, Judy, and Love Islander Camilla Thurlow to chat about everything from bomb disposal and space exploration, to regrets and mental health recovery. Simply head on…
 
Playing Nice, a story following the parents of babies who were swapped at birth, is this week's Book Club read. Author JP Delaney joins Richard and Judy to talk about psychopathic characters, and when even the kindest of people have to stop 'playing nice'. Plus, how does an author come up with the pseudonym they want to write under? Writing under a…
 
The UK's number one parenting vlogger, Louise Pentland, joins Richard and Judy to talk about her latest book - Mum Life - and how her own childhood has shaped who she is as a mum. American Dirt is this week's Book Club read. Author Jeanine Cummins explains what compelled her to write about the relationship between a mother and son fleeing to Americ…
 
Julie Ma, author of Happy Families and winner of 2020’s Richard & Judy Search for a Bestseller competition, joins Richard, Judy, and Queen of the Jungle Giovanna Fletcher to discuss family feuds, missing your kids, and the myth of the ‘perfect’ parent. They also wonder whether we’re all a bit too available on email, and perhaps we should go back to…
 
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