World Food Traveller James McIntosh has just come back from his travels to China. Whilst there James was intent on promoting Great British food and manufacturing. Well, it fits being Jubilee and London 2012. He was received with great interest and ended up appearing on Hunan TV which was broadcast to millions of viewers. No one but James could appear on China TV with a bottle of the very British Beefeater Gin in his hand!

What an experience!

James has visited before when he was one of three presenters in 'Food on the Silk Road', a 20 part series filmed for China Food TV.

James is a great writer and we just love the way he describes his day to day antics. Have a look at his blog here and see what you think!

James will soon be off on his travels again, once more to film for China Food TV.

We are delighted to announce that teh amazing Steve Brown has been confirmed as Captain of the GB Wheelchair Rugby Team. Well done Steve! Now it is training, training, training for Steve all the way to the Paralympics! We'll be shouting for you Steve!

Catch up with his latest interview on Sky Sports here:

 

Dementia Care At It's Worst
Trisha King

I was absolutely appalled to watch the Panorama programme last night about a home caring for patients with dementia. Suspecting rough treatment, a resident’s daughter concealed a hidden camera in her mother’s room and she was shocked to the core when she saw the footage. Read more

 


 

Snowdon and Sky Tv
Lee Veasey

I have been really busy over the past couple of weeks.

I am really enjoying working with the A Year to Save my Life team. Sky TV have asked me back to help out one of the contributors with their fitness regime, and I am LOVING IT! Read More

 


 

One of the Three Muskateers
James McIntosh

In France they would be Athos, Porthos and Aramis, but in China they are Chakall, Jimmy and yours truly.

In 2009 we co-presented a 20 part tv series for China Food TV called “Food Adventures on the Silk Road 2″. We travelled on a bus with 13 members of TV crew for 40 days and to be honest I struggled. The TV series won Best TV series in China at the China TV Awards in December past and the book (in both Chinese and English) tells of our travels. Read More

 


 

In October 2010 Lee veasey started his journey with the Sky TV programme, Obese: A Year to Save my Life. After losing over 13 stone and still losing, Lee is now a qulaified personal trainer and has been asked by Sky to help out with one of the participants in Series 2.

It is great testament to Lees success that he has been asked to return. Xposure is looking forward to hearing all about it and of course will be letting everyone know when the programme is going to be aired.

Watch this space! (Well done Lee!)

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Xposure is excited about the latest opportunity for James McIntosh, chef, presenter and award winning author. This week hebeen asked to attend The Grocer Gold Awards 2012 to judge the entries. The prestigous award ceremony to announce the winners will be on May 26th at The Hilton Park Lane in London. Congratulations James! (Whisk)

Chris Hillary of Fitness Frenzi, one of the few male Zumba instructors in the Kent area, knows how to keep his classes alive, vibrant and full! After qualifying less than a year ago, Chris now offers 10 classes in the East Kent area and will be getting involved with a wide range of activities in the near future.

 

Xposure is making sure that Chris's unique talents to inspire and motivate are being noticed by the right people. As his client base and opportunitites grow, Xposure will be working alongside Chris to maximise his potential and help him develop his business in line with his vision.

 

Chris said

'I am ready to take my business to the next level and Xposure is helping me to get things prioritised and to see a clear way forward. There is so much we are looking at doing together. I am really excited about the future and can't wait to get started.'

 

 

18 months ago Lee Veasey weighed in at over 34 stone! At 29 years old his health was in critical danger and he knew he had to do something about it - fast! After spotting an article in the Sun, Lee applied for the Sky TV series - Obese: A Year to Save my Life.

Lee is now a slim 22 stone and is still loosing weight. He is now a personal trainer and public speaker helping other people to make life saving changes.

Xposure is delighted to be working with Lee in his quest to use his story to change peoples attitudes, motivations and lifestyles.

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Lee and his 'former self'. Ripley and Heanor News

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Chris Hillary of Fitness Frenzi, one of the few male Zumba instructors in the Kent area, knows how to keep his classes alive, vibrant and full! After qualifying less than a year ago, Chris now offers 10 classes in the East Kent area and will be getting involved with a wide range of activities in the near future.

 

Xposure is making sure that Chris's unique talents to inspire and motivate are being noticed by the right people. As his client base and opportunitites grow, Xposure will be working alongside Chris to maximise his potential and help him develop his business in line with his vision.

 

Chris said

'I am ready to take my business to the next level and Xposure is helping me to get things prioritised and to see a clear way forward. There is so much we are looking at doing together. I am really excited about the future and can't wait to get started.'

 

 

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Dementia Care At It's Worst
Trisha King

I was absolutely appalled to watch the Panorama programme last night about a home caring for patients with dementia. Suspecting rough treatment, a resident’s daughter concealed a hidden camera in her mother’s room and she was shocked to the core when she saw the footage. Read more

 


 

Snowdon and Sky Tv
Lee Veasey

I have been really busy over the past couple of weeks.

I am really enjoying working with the A Year to Save my Life team. Sky TV have asked me back to help out one of the contributors with their fitness regime, and I am LOVING IT! Read More

 


 

One of the Three Muskateers
James McIntosh

In France they would be Athos, Porthos and Aramis, but in China they are Chakall, Jimmy and yours truly.

In 2009 we co-presented a 20 part tv series for China Food TV called “Food Adventures on the Silk Road 2″. We travelled on a bus with 13 members of TV crew for 40 days and to be honest I struggled. The TV series won Best TV series in China at the China TV Awards in December past and the book (in both Chinese and English) tells of our travels. Read More

 


 

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18 months ago Lee Veasey weighed in at over 34 stone! At 29 years old his health was in critical danger and he knew he had to do something about it - fast! After spotting an article in the Sun, Lee applied for the Sky TV series - Obese: A Year to Save my Life.

Lee is now a slim 22 stone and is still loosing weight. He is now a personal trainer and public speaker helping other people to make life saving changes.

Xposure is delighted to be working with Lee in his quest to use his story to change peoples attitudes, motivations and lifestyles.

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Lee and his 'former self'. Ripley and Heanor News

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Xposure is working with a National Breakfast TV show who are looking for a family to take part in their New Year health segment.

The family needs to have 2 children under the age of 16 and be able to admit that as a family they are not as healthy as they could be. They will be be overweight and generally unfit. The programme will then work with them to make small changes to improve their health, fitness and sense of well being which will be tracked throughout January on the show.

Ideally the family needs to be based in the Kent area.

If you are interested please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  ASAP as filming needs to start next week. Please send your family details, contact details and a short story of where you are now with your health levels.

 

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