Saturday, August 18, 2007

Moving on up

Students of a sort, and those who already learned mathematics, will know that '3' comes after '2'.
(No, no, pay attention. It will all become clear soon.)

So, we were talking about Bodcast 2 in the blog below and how to stop smoking, a few weeks have passed, and yippee da doo, because Bodcast 3 is ready.
(You weren't asleep were you? Perhaps after heavy exercise - the topic of Bodcast 1.)

Hmm, or too much to eat. Well, that's convenient, because No 3 is all about diet and nutrition.
It contains the latest hip and hop, news from the top, about what's good for you and what's not.
You can learn what foods go well and what don't.
You can hear what to get more of and what to cut out.
It's all good stuff, plus free as always, (as the Primary Care Trust has already paid).

Alternately, the podcast is available on a CD for people in the local area of Salford.
Email us if you want a copy, and we'll bang one out.

Believe us when we say it's all good.
Also, an immense relief as this particular project has been dragging on for quite a while, and there were times when it never seemed to be getting anywhere near a conclusion.
Huge sigh of satisfaction.
Job done.

One thing. We would, of course, be glad of comments.
Let us know what you think about the show, and, more important, whether you think the info was up-to-date and valid. It will help us sharpen up our act.
After all, there's more podcasts coming, and not all about health.

There's plenty of other topics out there, by gum.

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