Kerry Goring is a Relationships and Intimacy coach helping singles and couples navigate the stresses and strains of modern relationships.
Daisy Rogers is the founder of Liberally, a new digital platform and quarterly glossy dedicated to amplifying the creative voices of marginalised communities.
Activities that once involved training, practice and skill were superseded by the touch of a button, with more and more people deciding to give them a whirl.
Victoria Broom has featured in some of Britain’s most talked about TV, including EastEnders, Marcella and Gangs of London.
Actor Victoria Broom, best known for EastEnders, Marcella and the web series Different For Girls talks to Rob Harkavy.
Many sectors have been well-supported by the government during the pandemic but many people in the creative industries have been left out in the cold.
Jack Mizel has worked at the forefront of LGBTQ+ business for 30 years and is the CEO of Pride 365.
Tash Walker is the co-chair of Switchboard, the LGBTQ+ helpline whose services are as much needed now as they were when the charity first launched back in 1974.
Powerhouse singer Melanie Masson talks female empowerment, X-Factor and her new single Why Don’t You Love Me?
Former X-Factor finalist Melanie Masson has produced a Northern Soul infused, no-holds-barred celebration of womanhood in all its forms.