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Making Slough Happy


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2/4. Three weeks in to the experiment to raise happiness levels in the town and Richard Reeves takes his "smile campaign" to the supermarket aisles.
Meanwhile, social entrepreneur Andrew Mawson is working on an ambitious beach party event, psychotherapist Brett Kahr builds the confidence of the Slough singers, and work specialists Jessica Pryce -Jones and Philippa Chapman present their employee happiness audit to the boss of an engineering firm. Series producer Gabe Sofomon ; Exec producer Nicola Moody (AD) INTERACTIVE: poet Ian McMillan takes digital viewers through their typical day - find out what makes you happy via the red button
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Unknown: Richard Reeves
Unknown: Andrew Mawson
Unknown: Brett Kahr
Unknown: Jessica Pryce
Unknown: Philippa Chapman
Producer: Gabe Sofomon
Unknown: Ian McMillan

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