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Dr Christian Jessen Says His New Show Explores 'The Psychology Of Ill Health'


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Dr Christian Jessen of 'Embarrassing Bodies' fame is returning to TV with a brand new show this week entitled 'Dr Christian Will See You Now'. In it, he aims to tackle the deeper issues within physical ill-health, getting to the root of the nation's ailments.

Christian Jessen at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home GalaChristian Jessen spotted on the red carpet in 2016

A similar format to 'Embarrassing Bodies', the show takes on a variety of patients and gives them extended appointments, allowing them to open up about the things that are making their life difficult at the moment - both physically and psychologically.

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Dr Christian Jessen seen at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home's Collars & Coats Gala Ball held at the Battersea Evolution, London, United Kingdom - Thursday 3rd November 2016

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Dr Christian Jessen - Dr Christian Jessen outside ITV Studios - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 10th February 2016

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Dr Christian Jessen - Battersea Dogs & Cats Home Collar And Coats Ball - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 12th November 2015

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Dr Christian Jessen - Guests arrivals at Elf the Musical Gala Night at DominionTheatre - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 5th November 2015

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Dr Christian Jessen - The Attitude Awards 2015 held Banqueting House - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 14th October 2015

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Cure Me I'm Gay: Doctor Warns "Adele Songs Will Make You Homosexual"


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You may have seen interesting TV programme has been touted around Channel 4 ad breaks recently. We say interesting - we mean bizarre. "Cure Me I'm Gay" - set to air in the UK tonight (March 19, 2014) follows the openly gay TV presenter Dr Christian Jessen who travels to America to test therapies that purport to "cure" homosexuality.

Cure Me I'm GayDr Christian Jessen Encounters Controversial Ex-Doctor John Smid, in Texas

There, he encounters John Smid, a retired doctor from Texas who claims to be able to turn a gay person, straight. According to reports in the newspapers today, Smid claims that music by British songstress Adele is very popular with the gay community and encourages homosexuality - asking Jessen to instead listen to Christian music.

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Fearne Cotton Marks ‘Celebrity Juice’ Return With Celebratory Twerk & A Toe Lick


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Celebrity Juice squeezed its way back on to television screens last night (29th Aug) and the Keith Lemon-hosted comedy panel show welcomed back its two team captains, Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby, for a whole new series of the show thrice voted the 'Worst British TV Panel Show' by the Comedy Guide.

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Fearne Has Caught The Twerking Bug.

Fearne Cotton, the bouncy-haired radio star of Radio 1, tweeted excitedly before the show aired and promised her fans plenty of bum shaking actions with stills from the new series' first episode. Inspired by singer Miley Cyrus' MTV VMAs performance last Sunday, Cotton showed Juice viewers her interpretation of Miley's now-notorious twerk move, whereby a dancer's rear jiggles about when their hips are shaken.

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Drugs Live: Channel 4's Ecstasy Trial Gets 2 Million Curious Viewers


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Channel 4’s Drugs Live: the Ecstasy Trial garnered nearly 2 million viewers, reports The Guardian. The innovative show tests ecstasy for medicinal purposes.

1.9m intrigued viewers tuned in between 10pm and 11.05pm on Wednesday, with a five-minute high of 2.3 million. BBC2's Culture Show special, featuring an interview with Jk Rowling, between 10pm and 10.30pm, only managed 600,000 viewers, with the Harry Potter author talking about her new book, The Casual Vacancy. Elsewhere on Channel 5, Paddy and Sally's Excellent Gypsy Adventure was watched by 700,000 viewers, and BBC4's drama Room at the Top had 539,000. The big-hitters, though, were ITV1’s penultimate episode Mrs Biggs, with 4.2 million viewers and BBC1's Who Do You Think You Are? featuring Coronation Street star William Roache, which was watched by 4.3 million. Political broadcasts weren’t on the viewers agenda, with BBC2's coverage of the Liberal Democrat autumn conference averaged 400,000 for both it’s viewings, although most of the potential viewers would have been at work.

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Christian Jessen

Date of birth

4th March, 1977

Occupation

TV Presenter

Sex

Male

Place of birth

London, England






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