The Mid•Point with Gabby Logan

The Mid•Point with Gabby Logan

By Gabby Logan

Gabby Logan is middle-aged and unashamed. But what does it mean to be at the halfway stage of your life? Here, Gabby talks candidly to well-known faces about their own midlife challenges and expectations, drawing on the advice of experts from sleep gurus, nutritionists, and doctors specialising on hormone treatment.


Colin Murray

After humble beginngs in Northern Ireland and difficulty at school, Colin Murray's success was not a given. But his driving work ethic, intelligence and passion have delivered him to dizzying heights. Throughout the 1990's he slid from the news room into music journalism, eventually finding himself on BBC Radio 1, where he broadcast to the nation for a decade. In 2003, he jumped onto our screens as one of the hosts of the breakfast show RI:SE on Channel 4 and, over time, became one of the go-to voices and youth of music, TV, and radio. Since then he's moved to BBC Radio 5Live, and showcased a deep love and knowledge for sport, presenting for Match of The Day 2, Talk Sport and, of course, on his fantastic show, 'Fighting Talk' which he presents every Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. It's clear that his career has blossomed, but he's chosen not to have a family or children. Now, at 45, is that a choice he still stands by? Are the physical changes of midlife breaking his stride? And how has he mellowed in his approach to life as a whole?  We also hear from Alexis Willis, author of How Much Brain Do We Really Need? who explains what we can do to develop and protect our brain health, into midlife and beyond. 
25/05/2244m 13s

Martin Lewis

Martin Lewis. A man who spent a lifetime championing the consumer. As a financial journalist, he started a newsletter which grew and grew into the behemoth that is In 2012 he sold it for a purported £87 million, which makes Martin a very wealthy man; yet his passion for taking on the underdog and fighting for consumer rights has not dimmed. A joyful and energetic man with a passion for his work and his family, but how have his achievements shaped his midlife? Could he ever conceive of slowing things down? And is his game affected by those emerging aches and pains? Gabby is also joined by no-nonsense personal trainer and fitness guru, James Smith to demystify exercise, midlife, conficence and the menopause.
18/05/221h 13m

Mary Portas

Mary Portas is not afraid of change and is never short of new ideas. An innovative bussiness woman, she transformed Harvey Nichols into a global fashion brand in the 90's and has graced our screens and our bookshelves in the two decades since. She's advised governments and developed clothing lines of her own. But now, at 61, how does she feel about the Mary underneath all of this? Is she afraid of slowing down? Or does parenting Horatio, who's just 9 years old, keep her feeling energised? Mary reflects on the importance of following your heart, and fixing her broken sleep pattern. We also hear from Nick Littlehales, who tells us how to create the ideal conditions for mental recovery and preparing for sleep.
11/05/2246m 33s

Patrice Evra

Patrice Evra, a hero to many both on and off the pitch. Described as the best left-back in Europe by Fergie, for years his leadership and passion helped bring Manchester United and the French national team to cup glory. But Patrice has battled  through poverty, sexual abuse and homelessness to get to where he is. Now, at nearly 41, Patrice reflects on the boy he left behind and the man he has become. We also hear from Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, who helps us understand how to switch off and appreciate the present moment.
04/05/2239m 38s

Charlene White

Charlene White is best known for presenting ITV News and making us laugh on Loose Women. This week she reveals some of the things she wishes she'd known about earlier. Together they explore the missed signs and signals of her mum’s menopause, what it’s like to parent younger children as we slow down in midlife, and temping her parent’s expectations when she had a family later than they would have liked. Gabby is also joined by Dr Dawn from Embarrassing Bodies who tells us the tell-tale of signs sexual dysfunction and what we can do to fix it.   
27/04/2249m 28s

Tamzin Outhwaite

Tamzin Outhwaite may be best known for her role as Mel Owen on EastEnders but has never been defined by it. Her work ethic and strength of character has led her to pull focus on so many shows - Red Cap, Hustle, Hotel Babylon, The Fixer, Silent Witness, Law & Order UK, the list goes on. Away from the studios, she’s also graced the stage, performing in Grease, Oliver, Stepping out and, of course, Sweet Charity. In this episode Gabby and Tamzin discuss their meeting in the most unlikely of places, and explore how they deal with judgement, challenge, and change. Tamzin reflects on what she’s missed in life, and, crucially, what she’s got now. They are also joined by award-winning life coach Simon Alexander Ong who explains how to manage our energy levels and use that knowledge to make our lives fuller.
20/04/2248m 25s

Will Young

In 2001 Will Young was crowned winner of Pop Idol. His debut single ‘Evergreen’ became the fastest selling in UK history and he became a star overnight. After eight albums, three books, award-winning stage shows, and a very popular podcast Will’s star power has not waned, but his personal life is transformed. Now 43, he’s overcome addiction, battled with PTSD, stood up for the rights of others and, in a crushing blow, mourned the death of his brother Rupert. So what does peace mean to Will now? Does he miss the fast pace of pop stardom? And how does he care for himself when things get tough? Gabby and Will are also joined by nutritionist Nicola Moore who explains how rewiring our brains can reset our relationship to food.
13/04/2240m 53s

Emily Dean

The Midpoint is back once again and we’re starting this series with someone very close to Gabby’s heart. Emily Dean. A best-selling author, journalist, television producer, radio presenter and chart-topping podcaster; Emily is a bit of a high achiever, and is known for her energy, warmth, and wit. But whilst she never fails to uplift those around her, her midlife has been marred by overwhelming loss which many would struggle to overcome. In just three years, Emily lost her entire immediate family. Her sister Rachael, her mother Christine, and her father Michael died one after another and she became ‘an adult orphan’ on the cusp of her mid-forties. So how did she begin to re-root after such loss? And what part does chosen family play now? But Emily was also fashion editor at InStyle for nearly a decade, and Gabby is curious about her midlife style and whether she really misses those wolf-whistles in the street? We also hear from longevity expert and author of ‘Ageless’, Dr Andrew Steele who explains the cutting-edge research that could keep our bodies healthy for longer.
06/04/2243m 19s

Season 5 Trailer: The Mid•Point with Gabby Logan

Gabby Logan is middle aged and unashamed. But what does it mean to reach the halfway stage? Because things are changing; emotionally, physically, mentally. And with that our expectations, priorities, ambitions, and dreams rightly shift too.  In the fifth season of The MidPoint you'll hear how Emily Dean, Will Young, Tamzin Outhwaite, Patrice Evra and so many others, are navigating this transitional point in their lives. Now's the perfect time to hit subscribe. 
30/03/221m 30s

Richard Madeley

In the final episode of this series, Gabby speaks to one of her television heroes. This man inspired her as a student and has continued to do so in midlife as well. Richard Madeley may have touched the upper limit of middle age, but his curiosity and zest for life are nowhere near. From smoky regional newsroom to the glamour of Granada Studios, Richard's spark helped him to become a darling of daytime television, but it was his partnership and connection with wife Judy that really cemented it. Now at 65, how does he feel about his role on Good Morning Britain? Does he ever miss the unique chemistry with Judy? And what was the moment that made him give up his twenty-a-day habit? We're also hearing from Charlie Starmer-Smith, who's inspiring story about his father's battle with Alzheimer's has led him to do something he never thought was possible.
08/12/2157m 27s

Phil Neville

Known as one of ‘Fergie’s Fledglings’, Philip Neville is football royalty. He’s won countless trophies in six premier leagues and the champion’s league, played for England 59 times, and shares sporting DNA with Man United golden boys David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and, of course, his brother Gary. After three years coaching England’s Lionesses, earlier this year he took on a new challenge, to cultivate Inter Miami CF in the United States. But for staunch Northerner and homebody, how well has he adapted to life across the pond? And did the Lionesses alter his outlook on gender in sport? How close are the Class of ’92 now? And how will he cope once his children fly the coop? But Phil is also joined by life coach and best-selling author, Noor Hibbert, who’ll tell us how manifesting, and mindset are the ultimate tools for midlife transformation.
01/12/2149m 27s

Caroline Hirons

Dubbed the most powerful woman in beauty, Caroline Hirons is the straight talking blogger whose no nonsense approach to skin-care has transformed her life and career. Now trusted by millions and feared by many, her product critiques are often hilarious and biting in equal measure. Championing transparency, accuracy, and science as well as equity and workers rights, Caroline is one force majeure we should all be grateful for. But she's a bit of a midlife hero too. After 4 children and years on the shop floor, Caroline began a new journey at 40 years old. Now, a decade later, she's a published author, and proud ADHD advocate who presides over a beauty empire. We also hear from celebrity hair stylist and midlife hair expert Michael Douglas, who tells us what's really going on with our post menopause locks, and what we can do to mitigate the dreaded frizz. 
24/11/2157m 52s

Lorraine Kelly

Lorraine Kelly really needs no introduction. A daughter of Scotland and stalwart of the screen, her light touch on tough subjects has made her a British icon. But whilst she makes it all look effortless, Lorraine has battled behind to overcome those who underestimate her, from bullies in the playground to the bosses in all male newsrooms, her indomitable work ethic and fantastic enthusiasm have taken her from strength to strength. Over the last three decades she's witnessed sweeping change not only in her profession, but herself as well. Now, at 61, she reflects on how well the menopause mixed with live TV, and, in the wake of Carolyn Harris, tells us how important the job really can be at that time. But we also hear from Dr Amir Khan who tells us about the early warning signs of Cancer, what we should be looking out for and when to act. This really is one you won’t want to miss.  
17/11/2146m 42s

Jürgen Klopp

A hero to many, Jürgen Klopp has achieved what very few have. In the often tribal world of football, he's united fans, pundits and players alike, whilst successfully leading Liverpool FC to domestic and European triumph. Outspoken and easy to laugh, yet measured and deliberate too, his virtues off and on the pitch are celebrated in equal measure. But, now 54, does the bond with his youngest players flow as freely? Is he as authoritarian as he once was? And, could we ever see him leave the pitch to lead a country? By his own admission Jürgen will not hesitate to devour the contents of a full fridge, so you’ll also hear from the best-selling author and nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert, who tells us how her book 'The Science of Nutrition' can help us maintain a healthy relationship with the food we love.
10/11/2143m 5s

Clare Balding

The daughter of a top horse trainer, and herself a champion jockey, Clare Balding OBE made the leap into broadcasting as the BBC's racing specialist. Since then though, she’s reported on everything, from the Olympic Games and Wimbledon to Royal Weddings and Crufts. But for a decade she was also hiding her sexuality and looked to her father for approval. Now, at 50, and many many accolades later, Clare finds motivation from within and her wife Alice, who’s always there to lend a hand. Clare is unceasingly playful and energised, but is also afraid of purchasing tampons from the shop - so how does she feel about having her first hot flush? Gabby invites her to talk about menopause, whilst hearing an inspiring story from Carolyn Harris, the MP who’s cross party bill has taken the subject all the way to Whitehall - and won. 
03/11/2152m 42s

Nihal Arthanayake

Nihal Arthanayake, a rapper turned broadcaster who knows a thing or two about shaking things up. Born to Buddhist parents of Sri Lankan origin in Essex, Nihal performed for five years as an MC before turning his hand to promotion and freelance music journalism. After years championing Asian and Desi bests in dark club basements, he eventually found a home at the BBC hosting award-winning shows on Radio One and BBC Asian Network, before moving to 5 Live, where he now interrogates an eclectic and often starry guest list - from political heavyweights and famous musicians, to unmissable stories and important debates. In this interview Nihal describes how he's 'floated through life', but we don't think that's entirely true. Guided by curiosity, and unshakable self-belief, it's clear Nihal has carved his own route to the top. But now, having just turned 50, is he slowing down? Will he ever 'grow out' of his Air Force 1s? And is music the key to staying young at heart? You'll have to listen to find out, but you'll also hear from author and founder Lucy Kellaway, who at 57, left a high-powered role at the Financial Times to retrain as a maths teacher, and has never looked back. 
27/10/2149m 48s

Sharleen Spiteri

The Midpoint is back and we’re kicking things off with an absolute powerhouse, both on stage and in everyday life. Sharleen Spiteri has never been one to sit on the fence; In the nineties, she broke new ground with an androgenous look and searing vocals that challenged an industry of men. Since then, her band Texas have sold over forty million records, including thirteen top-ten singles and three number-one albums, but she’s not stopping yet. At fifty-four, Sharleen is as passionate, energised and daring as ever, touring the world once again with new LP 'Hi'. But things have changed ever so slightly. Now four years into the menopause, Sharleen cuts life on the road with more leisurely pursuits, spending time in the garden and hiding her enviable wardrobe from her teenage daughter Misty. We also hear from menopause expert Dr Shahzadi Harper, who tells us why testosterone could be the key to inspiring a brilliant sex life, into midlife and beyond.   This episode contains language that's not suitable for young children. 
20/10/2152m 6s

Season 4 Trailer: The Mid•Point with Gabby Logan

Gabby Logan will not succumb to beige middle-age - and neither should you! As we reach the middle of our lives things are changing; emotionally, physically, mentally. And with that our expectations, priorities, ambitions, and dreams shift too.  But what's really going on when we reach our mid-points? With a little help from a host of well-known faces and some knowledgable experts, Gabby hopes to find the answers. In the fourth season of The MidPoint you'll hear from Clare Balding, Nihal Arthanayake, Sharleen Spiteri, James Nesbitt and so many more. So what are you waiting for? Hit subscribe now. 
13/10/212m 16s

Mark Watson

Mark Watson is a comedian, author and sports pundit. Taking to the stand-up stage with his first gig in 2002, he won the Daily Telegraph Open Mic Competition that same year and the rest is history… well, not quite? Mark and Gabby talk candidly about his divorce, using it as material for his comedy and, at times, misjudging how much to share. He opens up about his absent dad-guilt due to touring, and why the need for validation can be pragmatic for a comedian, rather than an ego stroke. Mark turned 40 during the lockdown, giving him an opportunity to reassess his priorities when it came to his physical and mental health; which is why he started therapy and continues to run. Mel Deane, a former international rugby player and now fitness coach, joins us to speak about the benefits of adding weight training to a workout routine.
28/07/2147m 46s

Andi Osho

Andi Osho is what the cool kids of our day would call your typical "Slashie", meaning she cannot be defined by just one occupation. She is an award-winning comedian, writer, actress and on top of that she is the only person to win Celebrity Mastermind, not once, but twice.    For the past eighteen years Andi has graced our screens in a variety of ways from comedy shows such as Live at the Apollo and Mock of the Week, to dramas such as Michaela Coel's HBO/BBC, I May Destroy You and BBC 1's Line of Duty.    In this episode, we discuss everything from Andi's drive to continue to innovate herself even when the road ahead is not clear, her frustration with the comedy world as a Black woman and how she is now at peace with the idea of not having her own children.    We're also joined by dietitian Ruth Wood, who gives us some insight into the best foods and nutrients for us and why that 7pm spin class might not be the best idea after all. 
21/07/2151m 26s

Edith Bowman

International broadcaster and host of critically acclaimed podcast, Soundtracking, Edith Bowman joins The Midpoint this week. For over two decades, Edith has held court in the UK’s largest media houses. From MTV and Capital FM to Channel 4, Virgin Radio and of course Radio 1 she's lived life in the fast lane. But she was forced to slow down when BBC management altered her contract, and the course of her working life. Edith has since found a second focus in film and is riding new highs after she hosted the BAFTAs earlier this year. She's also moved to the Cotswolds, brought a gorgeous dog and rekindled her love of fitness. So how has this city-dweller adjusted to countryside living? Has she regained the work-life balance lost in lockdown? And now, at 47, what does she think of the word 'perimenopause'? Edith's family also have a long history with Cancer, so leading menopause expert and founder of the balance menopause app and The Menopause Charity, Dr. Louise Newson, is here to tell us what's really going on when it comes to HRT and the Big C.
14/07/2146m 35s

Brian O'Driscoll

The highest try scorer of all time in Ireland, and the 8th in the history of the sport he's earned his place in the Rugby Union Hall of Fame. But after retiring in 2014, Brian O'Driscoll has had to pull focus, from adoring crowds and adrenaline fuelled games to neighbour, father, husband and friend. So how has he made the switch from the self-directed sporting hero, to caring and supportive family man? What was it like to let his team mates go? How is he coping with new baby Ted at 42? And does he ever wish people would stop talking to him about Rugby? We also hear from exercise physiologist Dr Peter Herbert, who tells us why High Intensity training is best, at any age!
07/07/2146m 53s

Penny Lancaster

Penny Lancaster. Rock wife, beauty queen, photographer, TV presenter, and now, Special Constable with City of London Police. At 50, she embraced the midpoint gear shift with absolute fearlessness and tenacity. She's also an extremely kind, giving person who's grounded by family and believes strongly in supporting those in need. But Penny spent much of last year's lockdown plagued by hot sweats, mood swings, sleepless nights and a changing physique. So, in this episode we're also talking to functional nutritionist Pippa Campbell, to help us understand the menopause and midlife metabolism.
30/06/2148m 40s

Alexandra Shulman

Alexandra Shulman led British Vogue for over 25 years until stepping down in 2017. Under her direction the magazine saw its readership rise to unprecedented levels, offering women a more accessible and inclusive blueprint for what fashion could mean to them. She also championed British designers and was one of the first to feature plus-size bodies on the magazine's cover. Despite this, she never quite fit in, and was heavily criticised by tabloids and the fashion elite for her appearance and salt of the earth attitude. So what does think about Vogue's direction now? And how has she adjusted to life without it? We also speak to Sunday Times bestselling author Davinia Taylor about the vital link between gut health, mental health, weight and addiction.
23/06/211h 4m

Gareth Thomas

Gareth Thomas, a man who can be truly proud of who he is and where he's come from. As a former captain of the British and Irish Lions, and the second highest try scorer for Wales, Gareth is without doubt a sporting hero. But he's also one of the few British sportsman to publicly come out as gay. That was back in 2009 and it transformed his life forever. In this episode Gareth reflects on why self-acceptance was the tool that saved his life, and how he used it to overcome the loneliness that had gripped him for so many years. But in 2020, life changed once more, when he was diagnosed with HIV and was forced to face the stigma that still surrounds it. Gareth has broken sporting records, written a best-seller (with another on the way) and is a passionate advocate for LGBTQI+ awareness. These are all undoubtedly impressive, but it's his growth mindset and boundless positivity that are truly inspiring. But you'll also hear from Frances Edmonds, author of 'Repotting Your Life: Reframe Your Thinking', who'll arm you with a practical guide to tackling your midlife pivots with absolute confidence. This is one you won't want to miss.
16/06/2142m 46s

Ruby Wax

Ruby Wax OBE is no stranger to change. Once the comedy queen of screen and stage, she's now more likely found reflecting on mindfulness having swapped the stand up circuit for the writer's shed. In the past decade she's graduated from Oxford university, written four best-selling books and has found a new calling, centred on helping others overcome poor mental health. But none of this has come easy. Despite grieving for a television career cut short and a battle with her own depression, Ruby has reinvented herself with fearlessness and grit, and recommends you do the same. So how does she manage her health and happiness now? And does she ever miss the glamour of her former life? Ruby also lets us in on the secret of a long and happy marriage and we find out how to overcome insomnia from Mirana Levy, who didn't sleep a wink for nearly eight years.
09/06/2144m 7s

Season 3 Trailer: The Mid•Point with Gabby Logan

Gabby Logan will not succumb to beige middle-age. And neither should you. But, as we reach the middle of our lives things are changing; emotionally, physically, mentally. And with that our expectations, priorities, ambitions, and sense of self shift too. So what's really going on when we reach the mid-point? With a little help from a host of well-known faces and brilliant experts, Gabby hopes to find some answers. In this third season you'll hear from Ruby Wax, Gareth Thomas, Andi Osho, Alex Shulman and so many more. So what are you waiting for? Now’s the time to hit subscribe.
02/06/211m 17s

Russell Brand

From presenter and comedian to playwright, poet, activist, actor, thought leader, podcaster, author; Russell Brand has reinvented himself so many times his life and career defy definition. He may not always have followed the straight and narrow, but, now at 45, he's a husband and father of two living the domestic dream. So how has family living tempered the hedonist within? Does he ever miss life in the fast lane? And what makes him happy now? Well, walks with the dog are just the start. Plus, postural expert James Leinhardt explains why good sleep posture is not an optional extra.
17/03/2149m 34s

Kelly Cates

A life shaped by football, but never on the pitch,  Kelly Cates is the Sky Sports Premier League anchor who, at 45 and in lockdown, finds herself reflecting on the sliding doors moments that define our lives. What does romance look like after divorce? How does she judge the successful career she's had so far? And where would she be now if she'd only finished those maths and chemistry degrees? Plus, radio presenter and sobriety guru Janey Lee Grace joins to explain how laying off the booze could transform your life forever. 
10/03/2151m 4s

Jimmy Carr

After quitting a lucrative job, hitting the road and doing nine hundred gigs in three years, Jimmy Carr was just twenty-eight but had never felt older. Two decades down the line, there can be no doubt that the gamble paid off. Now one of the most successful in his field, this baby-faced comedian has never looked better. But botox aside, just how comfortable is Jimmy in his middle-aged skin? Is he really 'uncancellable'? And how has humour helped beat the lockdown blues? Plus, hair loss expert Steve O'Brian gives us the lowdown on Jimmy's new do and explains those wiry grey strays.   
03/03/2152m 14s

Fi and Jane

With over 60 years of broadcasting experience between them, Fi Glover and Jane Garvey are true BBC stalwarts with too many awards to count. From the unflinching world of current affairs and investigative journalism, they’re now more often found musing on family pets, leaking hose pipes and bingo wings, in their irreverent and utterly compelling smash-hit podcast ‘Fortunately With Fi and Jane’. So how do they feel when they look back on their careers now? Does Jane ever miss Woman’s Hour? And what’s the link between 1950’s football and the fast paced news cycles of today? Plus, we ask nutrition expert Nicola Moore if yams are the key to HRT.
24/02/2150m 36s

Rio Ferdinand

An icon from the golden generation at a peak in football fever, Rio Ferdinand is known for being one of the best defenders in Premier League history, and has lived a lifestyle to match. Fast, glamorous and relentless, Rio's passion meant missed holidays, weddings - even the birth of his third child. Since then though, he's left the beautiful game behind, survived unimaginable grief, found love for the second time, and is once again a new dad. So, now, at 42, does family finally take front and centre? Has middle-age softened the edge that got him to the top? And how does he really feel about getting going grey? Plus, Dr Pixie McKenna clears up a few troublesome myths about men's health.
16/02/2146m 39s

Tess Daly

It's easy to see why Bruce Forsyth nicknamed Tess Daly 'Miss Sunshine'. With age defying beauty, a dazzling smile and a disposition to match, she's a darling of British Television. But boy, has she worked to get there. From mooching around the streets of Salford to modelling in Paris, Barcelona, Tokyo and New York, she has climbed dizzying heights to Strictly stardom. In this pre-lockdown tea break, Tess reflects on her roots, her work ethic and redefining the confines of 'age appropriate'. She reveals what it felt like to go from 'TV babe' to 'geriatric' presenter a day after hitting 40 and why beauty is always best placed on the inside. But now, at 51, what's next for Tess? How does she keep her children grounded? And how many Cadbury's Twirls does she really keep in her car? Plus, we hear tips on how to keep your teeth in shape post-menopause from dental expert, Elaine Tilling.  
09/02/2147m 14s

Richard Bacon

Richard Bacon has done a lot in his life. From Blue Peter and the Big Breakfast to 5 Live and Panorama, he's been the face of countless programmes in almost every broadcast genre imaginable. Richard has described his career as 'scattergun' and himself as high energy with a short attention span, but one thing is enduringly clear. For him, life is an adventure, and midlife will not change that. Now 44, we take a look at that near death experience, explore giving up drinking (again!) and talk calculated risk as he carves himself a brand new path in the Hollywood hills. Plus, how do you keep intimacy interesting during lockdown? Sex and Relationships expert Annabelle Knight helps us all out there!
03/02/2147m 9s

Davina McCall

It's official. Davina McCall is growing old disgracefully. After 20 years gracing our screens, Davina is a juggernaut of British television and mother to three children. Now 53, her star-power has not waned, but her personal life is transformed. She's moved on from a marriage, reclaimed her body, and has lost patience, with everything and everyone. How does she feel about ambition, sex and happiness now? And what does it mean to be comfortable in our skin? But most importantly - will she ever stop ‘flaunting’ that figure? Let’s hope not. 
27/01/2142m 2s

Piers Morgan

Piers Morgan may be many things, but a quitter is not one. In his journey from local news reporter to one of Britain's most famous faces, Piers has experienced more than his fair share of success, scandal, and setbacks - each time, rising to occupy positions of ever greater influence. But now in his mid 50's, will he choose to slow things down or age disgracefully? And is he ever touched by the sting of regret? Plus, we're joined by exercise scientist and Olympian, Greg Whyte who shares his tips for keeping fit in middle age. Just a hint: relaxing isn't one of them! 
20/01/2151m 1s

Season 2 Trailer: The Mid•Point with Gabby Logan

Gabby Logan will not succumb to beige middle-age. And neither should you.  But what is going on with us when we reach the middle of our lives, emotionally, physically and mentally? Speaking candidly to a host of well-known faces, Gabby hopes to find some answers. In this second season of The Mid•Point Gabby welcomes Piers Morgan, Davina McCall, Rio Ferdinand, Tess Daly and Richard Bacon to reflect on their own midlife challenges and expectations, drawing on the advice of experts - from sleep specialists and sex therapists to nutritionists and hormone consultants.  So what are you waiting for? Now’s the perfect time to hit subscribe.  
13/01/211m 25s

Mariella Frostrup

We finish this series with the legendary Mariella Frostrup. Having smashed through the career glass ceilings so many times - reinventing herself over and over when being told she can’t - her reward is being the cultural presenting icon she is today, and feeling secure in herself as she hits menopause. We’re joined by nutritionist Paul Chamberlain, who says it’s all about balance and that Omega 3 is what we need when it comes to keeping our brains tip-top and sharp.
13/10/2049m 46s

Richard Osman

From a very successful career making TV happen off camera, to becoming recognised nationwide as a TV personality on Pointless, Richard Osman's life has flipped completely and now he's a chart-topping novelist too. How does he feel about becoming unexpectedly famous and what does that mean now he's also single? Plus, we're joined by relationship expert Annabelle Knight who takes a look at what it is to keep a relationship alive, or start over anew, in the midlife.
06/10/2048m 26s

Denise Lewis

Denise Lewis had an Olympic Gold medal and three lovely children and then at the age of 46 she decided to have another baby. While caring for a toddler at 47 she also found herself taking her teenage son to a BLM march and realising that she hadn’t really had frank conversations about race with any of her children until now. Dr Pixie McKenna joins to talk about the hormonal changes we experience in midlife.
29/09/2040m 49s

Andrew Cotter

Andrew Cotter might have had one of the most successful Lockdowns of all time, using his award winning commentary skills to entertain the internet with the help of his Labrador’s Mabel and Olive. At 47 he’d had itchy feet, lockdown forced his creative comedic brain into overdrive and a new venture was born. Jim Hytner Global COO of IPG Mediabrands joins in to discuss how to get your ‘lockdown’ business idea off the ground. 
22/09/2049m 12s

Caitlin Moran

Being more than a woman is something very important to today’s guest. Caitlin Moran has chronicled her life up to now in her amazingly candid books - and is spending her midlife trying to be the very best hag she can be. We’re also joined by the superb Charlotte Green, who’s our very stylish expert. She’s talking all things wardrobe, and how to do comfortable clothes in the most age-appropriate way
15/09/2047m 52s

Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson may be a retired sprinter, but his journey is far from over. From settling into a new, slightly less stress filled life (still rammed packed full of goals and challenges) to using his platform to fight systemic racism, via a stroke - Michael isn’t accepting retirement to mean that it’s time to sit back and relax. Ian Marber joins us to talk about nutrition, and how to start paying into your nutritional pension. 
08/09/2048m 14s

Claudia Winkleman

Claudia Winkleman can’t wait to turn 50! The Cambridge educated Saturday night TV host will not fight ageing “grow your fringe longer” and is content “I have enough friends and I am not trying a new restaurant an hours drive across London with a ‘fun’ couple I met on holiday”. The key to a successful life for her is the ability to power nap, so Gabby and Claudia are joined by Sleep guru Nick Littlehales.
01/09/2050m 58s

John Bishop

John Bishop gave up his job as a pharmaceutical rep at 40 to become a full-time comedian, the result of one of the most successful mid-life crisis decisions ever. John and Gabby are joined briefly by the ultra challenge expert Greg Whyte who gives targeted fitness advice and delivers his theory on the middle-aged obsession for donning tight lycra and getting on a bike.
25/08/2047m 28s

Trailer: The Mid•Point with Gabby Logan

Gabby Logan is middle-aged and unashamed. But what does it mean to be at the halfway stage of your life? Here, Gabby talks candidly to well-known faces about their own midlife challenges and expectations, drawing on the advice of experts from sleep gurus, nutritionists, and doctors specialising on hormone treatment. With upcoming guests including John Bishop, Claudia Winkleman, and Denise Lewis, now’s the perfect time to press ‘subscribe’.  
12/08/201m 7s
Heart UK