Tune in and listen
Listen again on Scala Radio to hear:
- Felicity Kendall speaking to Richard Allinson on Monday 4th October at 10.30
- Brenda Blethyn speaking to Richard Allinson on Tuesday 5th October at 10.30
- Joan Collins speaking to Richard Allinson on Wednesday 6th October at 16.30 and being honoured on Penny Smith's Showstoppers all week.
- An original piece composed by Alexis Ffrench, inspired by the work of The Prince’s Trust, titled “Future Bright Ahead” that premiered on 6th October.
Listen again on Magic FM to hear:
- Rod Stewart & Penny Lancaster speaking to Ronan & Harriet on Wednesday 6th October just before 8.00
- Rob Brydon speaking to Nick Snaith on Wednesday 6th October at 10.00
- Craig David speaking to Nick Snaith on Wednesday 6th October at 11.00
- Joanna Lumley speaking to Nick Snaith on Wednesday 6th October at 12.00
- Konnie Huq speaking to Emma B on Wednesday 6th October at 13.00
- Harry Redknapp speaking to Emma B on Wednesday 6th October at 14.00
- Corrina Sheppard, a Trust supported young person, speaking to Emma B on Wednesday 6th October at 15.00
- Sonali Shah speaking to Simon Phillips on Wednesday 6th October at 16.00
- Colin Salmon speaking to Lynn Parsons on Wednesday 6th October at 19.00
How you can help
Make your breakfast a brilliant one
From 11th to 17th October you can start your day in a way that will change young lives – simply by hosting a Brilliant Breakfast to raise funds for The Prince’s Trust.
Whether it’s a quick cuppa with colleagues or a big fry up with friends, you’ll be supporting young women to get back on their feet after the pandemic. Thousands have lost income and are struggling with their mental health. The funds you raise will help them rebuild confidence, learn skills and find employment.
To support the campaign and host a Brilliant Breakfast with your friends and family, register here.
To support the campaign and host a Brilliant Breakfast at work with your colleagues, sign up your business here.
Make a donation to break the cycle
While some of us are returning to our workplaces, long term unemployment is becoming a reality for too many young people. Without stable work, young people can get trapped in a cycle - struggling with their mental health and losing confidence. It can feel hopeless.