Laura Whitmore on combating loneliness in a city
Laura Whitmore might have the air of someone who has it all: household name, a raft of top TV and radio credits under her belt and – you might think – a showbiz lifestyle.
But the TV presenter, broadcaster and author reveals a different side: she has no interest in the “showbiz” life and, what’s more, when she first moved to London found it hard to initially meet people. How did she combat this? You’ll have to listen! (we don’t think you’d guess).
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