with Andy Peebles joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis to complete Radio 1's Monday-night trio of wit and wisdom.
If you're looking for your first job and lucky enough to get an interview, you certainly won't want to blow it. As the editor of a magazine, and on her way up - Alison draws on her experience of interviewer and interviewee and gives some practical advice on those little points that could be vital.
It is only recently that anorexia has been widely publicised - what is it? How serious are the effects? The Doctor tells the story of this 'slimming disease'.
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