Harriet Hall is a London-based journalist working across print and digital platforms, with an expertise in women's issues and fashion history. Currently Head of Digital Features at Stylist magazine where she presents videos, conducts celebrity interviews and edits the reputable Ask a Feminist column, Harriet also works as a broadcaster, appearing on the BBC, Sky and Talk Radio, as well as speaking widely at panel events. She has previously held positions at the BBC News Channel, InStyle and Marie Claire and has contributed to Radio 4 Woman's Hour, Under the Influence, Whitewall and Oh Comely. When she's not dismantling the patriarchy, Harriet can be found rummaging through her wardrobe. Twitter: @Harri_Grace | Instagram: harri.grace
Dr Dawn Harper works as a GP in Stroud, Gloucestershire. She studied at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School. Since 2007 she has been one of the presenters on the BAFTA award-winning Embarrassing Bodies on Channel 4 and presented Born Naughty?. She has also appeared regularly on ITV's This Morning, Channel 5's The Wright Stuff and was on the celebrity series of The Island with Bear Grylls. She is a regular on LBC, Talk Radio and Woman's Hour and works closely with Public Health England on a wide variety of health campaigns and with Jamie Oliver on the SugarSmart campaign.
Ian Haste is a husband and a father of two with a passion for delicious food. Ian has been cooking for nearly 30 years: from learning the basics at home with his mum as a young lad and heading up 150-cover-gastro-pub restaurants in the 90's, to having his own studio and teaching an online, global audience how to get more from their food. Eating healthily has never been so easy and Ian's ethos is all about staying fit and simplifying nutritious recipes, so we can all eat mouth-watering, healthy meals. For the past four years Ian has hosted a YouTube channel alongside social media platforms under the name of Haste's Kitchen, where he creates and presents recipes. On his channel he's hosted guests including Joe Wicks of Lean in 15 fame, Miguel Barclay of the One Pound Meals phenomena and The Hairy Bikers who need no introduction. Ian has collaborated with some of the biggest brands in the UK, including Heinz, Aldi and Waitrose. From this, Ian has learned a lot, but his most important discovery has been that across the planet people want to know the answer to the same question: How do I eat healthy food that's varied and cost-friendly? And the truth is, when it comes to food, these factors can all go hand in hand - healthy doesn't have to be costly and complicated.YouTube: Haste's KitchenTwitter: Hasteskitchen
Fresh out of baking college, Tom won Baker Of the Year and his signature sourdough has won Organic Loaf of the Year 9 times in the last 10 years. Now, along with his butcher brother Henry, the two work and cook side by side, professionally and domestically, creating every element of a meal; from the bun to the burgers and even the homemade pickles that top them off.
Last year Henry, 24, left his role as Head Chef of the award winning Coach and Horses in Clerkenwell to face a new challenge, buying the traditional butchers next door to his brother Tom`s bakery. Now the two work and cook side by side, professionally and domestically, creating every element of a meal; from the bun to the burgers and even the homemade pickles that top them off.
Ken Hom was born in the United States of Chinese parents. He studied art history at the University of California and lived in nearby Berkeley until 1998 when he moved to south-west France where he is now based permanently. His first BBC television series, Chinese Cookery, in 1984 and its accompanying book assured him a place in the hearts of all those fascinated by Oriental cookery. Together with Ken Hom's Hot Wok and Ken Hom Travels with a Hot Wok, on fusion food, Ken has created a trio of bestsellers which has sold over one and a half million copies around the world.