Make My Body Younger

7:30pm Saturday, October 30 on Prime

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Tonight we meet London-based Ben Wood, who loves to eat, drink and smoke. So much so that this twenty-five-year-old is already tipping the scales at nearly nineteen stone! He says he’s ready to change his excessive ways, with his wife in full support as she’s worried he won’t live to enjoy his old age. At his ‘Living Autopsy’, Ben discovers his body is starting to function like that of someone twice his age. But will this news be enough motivation for him to make some drastic changes to his lifestyle? Dr John Crosby moves in with Ben to give him the support to alter his life. Will he be able to change the habits of a lifetime to help make his body younger?

7:30pm Saturday, October 23 on Prime

How would you react if you were told parts of your body were two, three, even four times your age because of your excessive lifestyle? Presenter George Lamb and Dr Andrew Curran break the tough news to young partiers, bingers and gorgers. In their own personalized “Living Autopsy” they see first hand the consequences of too much booze, drugs, fatty foods and cigarettes on their bodies. But is the damage done reversible? Twenty year old Essex girl Amy Dickens loves to use sun beds and is a self confessed non-stop junk food snacker. She’s clinically obese and she’s started to worry what damage she’s doing to her body – both inside and out. Amy’s Living Autopsy (right) is very emotional as she’s told her heart and her bone and joints are dramatically older than she is. After her Autopsy, she gets help from Dr James Lambert, who moves in to help her try and make some changes to her life. It’s an eye opening experience for Amy as her life is turned upside down. But have her new healthier ways been enough to have turned things around? Has she made her body younger?

7:35pm Saturday, October 16 on Prime

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Twenty-five-year-old Wolverhampton-based wannabe DJ Russ Taylor has been smoking and knocking back the booze for ten years. He thinks it might be time to make some changes to his life, especially as Russ made a death bed vow to his dad that he wouldn’t let anything get in the way of making it in the music business. But Russ’s mates don’t want the party to stop. Despite fearing the worst, Russ is still gob smacked during his ‘Living Autopsy’ to discover that there are parts of his twenty-five-year-old body which are in fact older than his mum! After his Living Autopsy Dr Radha Modgil arrives on his door step to help Russ decide what to do next. When Russ returns to the Living Autopsy Theatre will he have managed to make his body younger?

7:30pm Saturday, September 18 on Prime

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Battering his body with junk food and weekend boozing is taking its toll on Phil South’s twenty eight year old body. He’s clinically obese and he’s struggling with his fitness levels as he pursues his dream of becoming a football referee. With pressure from his fianc� to get in shape before their wedding Phil has decided it’s time to make some changes to his life. Whisked off for head to toe medical tests, Phil arrives at his own ‘Living Autopsy’ expecting the worst. And he gets it – he’s left shocked by his results. Phil returns home to Norfolk to discover that Dr Leanne Hayward is going to move in to help him make some changes to his life. Will Phil be able to halt the decline to his prematurely ageing body? Will all his hard work be enough to have made a difference?

7:35pm Saturday, September 11 on Prime

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How would you react if you were told parts of your body were two, three, even four times your age because of your excessive lifestyle? Presenter George Lamb and Dr Andrew Curran break the tough news to young partiers, bingers and gorgers. In their own personalized “Living Autopsy” they see first hand the consequences of too much booze, drugs, fatty foods and cigarettes on their bodies. But is the damage done reversible? Brighton-based twenty five year old Stewart Burton’s job as an events coordinator means he has to socialise for work. In fact, he says he’s had a drink every day for the past ten years.

But it’s the weekends when he really lets loose with a cocktail of endless pints, shots and as many as 60 cigarettes in a night. Stewart is worried his health is suffering and Donella, his fianc�, is at the end of her tether with Stewart’s wild ways and the strain it’s putting on their relationship. Stewart has the shock of his life during his Living Autopsy when he discovers his brain is like that of a pensioner and his sperm is far from healthy. The shocks don’t stop there for Stewart, as Dr Leanne Hayward moves in to help him find some balance in his life. Will Stewart be able to party less hard at weekends and still be able to enjoy himself? And when he returns to the Living Autopsy Theatre will his brain still be operating like a pensioner? And will his sperm he healthy enough to start a family with Donella?

7:30pm Saturday, September 4 on Prime

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In a society where drink, drugs and bad diets are becoming more widespread, this series takes young people on an incredible journey inside their own bodies to find out the damage they are doing to themselves. The individuals taking part will be tested, prodded and probed to find out exactly what their overindulgent lifestyles are doing to their health. Using exciting new techniques in graphic projection, they will go through their own ‘living autopsy’, where they’ll get a close-up look of their own internal organs, enabling them to see first-hand the damage they are doing to themselves.

In tonight’s first episode we meet Emma Sheldon (pictured right); a chain smoking, junk-food stuffing, Ibiza club ref from Bilston. At 23 years of age, she’s on a collision course to serious health problems. Tonight she’s going to experience her own living autopsy, following which Emma will find out if she’s older on the inside than on the outside. Will she make a change for the better, or continue her partying ways to an early grave?