Radha Modgil

YST Dr. Radha Modgil
A practising NHS GP, broadcaster and campaigner for wellbeing. She has a passion for connecting with and hearing people’s stories and understanding how we can all learn from each other.

Biography:

Radha is the medical expert for BBC Radio 1’s daytime show, Life Hacks and the co-presenter of their weekly Life Hacks Podcast. She was the presenter of the CBeebies show Feeling Better, highlighting the importance of talking about emotions for young children. She was the presenter for the BBC Bitesize series ‘Exam Survivors’ on BBC Sounds. Apart from her BBC Radio 1 show, she has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Asian Network, LBC and Radio 1’s Newsbeat.

She has a particular interest in young people’s health & supporting parents and has worked on campaigns with BBC Children in Need, Public Health England, MIND, British Heart Foundation, JDRF, The Mix And the NHS Youth Forum.

I am passionate about helping sport become a tool for children and young people to use for their mental and emotional wellbeing, as well as physical health. I want every child and young person to experience the benefits that sport brings. That is why I am so proud to be an Ambassador for the incredible work that the Youth Sport Trust does for children and young people, and why I am getting my trainers on, so I can pass their message on & support their invaluable work.

Dr. Radha Modgil

What's Radha working on? 

Dr Radha is supporting the Well Schools movement galvanised by the YST by sharing her expertise and being a role model for change. The Well Schools movement supports schools to drive improvements in wellbeing for all teachers, senior leaders and young people by placing wellbeing at the very heart of schools. It isn’t a programme, quality mark or intervention, it’s all of us coming together to drive change, share challenges and solutions and help us navigate all of the support that is already available.

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