In times of crisis, we all need some optimism and positivity. That time is now. Sarah-Jane Mee hosts the weekly podcast which focuses on the good news emerging from the coronavirus pandemic. Community projects, uplifting moments and local heroes. Sarah-Jane talks to ordinary people doing extraordinary things, proving that we really are #InThisTogether
Getting the Royal seal of approval
Sarah-Jane Mee chats to Victoria Pendleton on a boost for cycling, how to make it safer for people on bikes, and life in lockdown.
Paralympian and Strictly star Will Bayley talks about making facemasks to support a hospital close to his heart. He also chats about his injury and how he’s looking forward to Tokyo 2021.
Hotelier Sarah White describes how she’s set up a scheme helping NHS workers get away after lockdown.
The founder of the Peanut App – Michelle Kennedy – talks about why her idea has been vital for many mums stuck at home and carer Suraya Alvi tells us about her zoom chat with our future King.
Presenter and author Vassos Alexander joins Sarah-Jane to talk about positive stories from the week and gives a shout out to some of those people doing incredible things.
Positivity, parties and lessons in rap
Sarah-Jane Mee chats to Lord Alan Sugar about how he backs the government in the Coronavirus pandemic and whether he and Piers Morgan can ever be friends again.
Comedian Katherine Ryan talks virtual dinner parties and how she’s coping in lockdown.
Teacher, Jacob Mitchell - AKA MC Grammar - gives home schooling parents a lesson in teaching through rap.
Comedian and virology expert Ria Lina joins Sarah-Jane as they discuss the uplifting tales from the week and chat about amazing things people are doing throughout this pandemic. #inthistogether
Love Letter to the NHS | Freya Lewis & Russell Kane
Sarah-Jane Mee's joined by Manchester bombings survivor 17-year old Freya Lewis, whose new memoir is a testament to the NHS after they saved her life. Comedian Russell Kane packs a punch chatting about how he's using humour to help the nation. Olympian Ben Ainslie and wife Georgie discuss what it's like being guinea pigs for a contact tracing app in the Isle of Wight. Actor Linda Lusardi talks about recovering from COVID-19 and her latest project - a new memorial site to commemorate the lives of those lost. Presenter Gethin Jones joins Sarah-Jane as they explore the positive, uplifting stories of the week.
People Want a Bit of a Laugh | with Mark Labbett & Poppy Delevingne
Sarah-Jane Mee chats with Anne Whitehouse about the future of working from home and how she thinks it can bridge the gender pay gap. Mark Labbett AKA 'The Beast' gives his top tips on how to improve your quiz skills under lockdown. Comedian Mark Dolan provides some laughter and his thoughts on the positive stories of the week. Actress Poppy Delevingne tells us about how she's teamed up with Save the Children to read stories to young people. Hear from the heroes of the week doing their bit to help others during the coronavirus pandemic. All that and more on this week's episode of #InThisTogether.
Staying Safe & Sane - with Dr Alex, Chris Kamara & others
Sarah-Jane Mee and guests discuss the positive news stories from the last seven days. She’s joined by Love Island’s Dr Alex George as they talk about the promising stories from the COVID-19 wards and how he’s coping. Mental health campaigners Bryony Gordon and Matt Johnson provide a good old fashioned laugh and tell us why it’s okay to not be okay during a global pandemic. Football pundit Chris Kamara tells Sarah-Jane how football is moving online for charity and what he thinks should happen to the game in real life.
From Ibiza to Isolation - with DJ Fatboy Slim
Sarah-Jane Mee and guests discuss the uplifting, positive news stories from the last seven days. She’s joined by international DJ Fatboy Slim as they discuss the future of party culture after lock down, and the free gig he’s hosting for NHS frontline workers. GP and TV Presenter Dr Zoe Williams and Sarah-Jane chat about the achievements of ordinary people doing extraordinary things - including the ‘You Clap For Me Now’ video, and the Mariah Carey song that’s inspired an NHS choir. Got some positive, optimistic news to share? #InThisTogether @SkySarahJane or email InThisTogether@sky.uk.