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As part of its Mental Health Season, BBC 1 showed their documentary on anxiety presented by Great British Bake Off Winner, Nadiya Hussain. the show featured Professor of Experimental Psychology, David Clark, who discusses with Nadiya the various features of anxiety.

As part of its Mental Health Season, BBC 1 will be airing a new documentary on anxiety at 9pm on Wednesday 15th May (and subsequently available on the iplayer). The presenter is Nadiya Hussain, who won the Great British Bake-Off in 2015. She explores anxiety from many angles and discusses her own experiences. Two members of the department (Paul Salkovskis and David Clark) appear in the programme. Nadiya has a course of cognitive behaviour therapy with Paul Salkovskis and asks David Clark various questions about anxiety. 

 

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