From finance to food, culture to cars, Dubai Today has it covered. The show, hosted by Suzanne Radford, is hugely interactive, and thereby constantly sources a range of experts to answer your questions including regulars like cross-cultural psychologist Samineh Shaheem, and the ever popular clinical and forensic psychologist, Dr Raymond Hamden. People, places and personal stories are at the heart of this lifestyle show which acts as your guide to a slice of life in the Emirates, providing you with a glimpse of the everyday as well as roads less travelled. Suzanne immerses herself in every aspect of the community and will act as your veritable tour guide, bridging the gap between communities, breaking down barriers and opening up a whole new narrative on health, wealth, travel and talking points in and around the UAE. Queen Noor Al Hussein of Jordan, marathon Guru Haile Gebrselassie, top international author David Nicholls and legendary war correspondent Kate Adie British are just some of the big names to make appearances on the show.
‘Without doubt in over 30 years Dubai Today’s Suzanne and George gave the best interview I’ve ever had – brilliant!’
(John Gray, best-selling author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus)
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For the next three months, Suzanne Radford will share her thoughts on how she's prepping for the alternative Inca trail.
Dubai Today and Womens Health & Fitness Team did us proud as they ran the 10K as part of The Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon! Read more here.
Read how Suzanne’s Fighting Fit team are getting on this summer at Dubai Sports World. What are the challenges, the breaking points and the triumphs? All here in their blogs and pics.
Jae De Wylde, author of bestselling novel, The Thinking Tank, talks about being a guest on Suzanne Radfords' show.
7 Days acknowledges the Radio Newsday workshop Suzanne ran with Max Easterman at the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature. Click here to read the letter.
View Suzanne's diary piece in this month’s issue of Explorer here.