Men, it's time to talk mental health

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Men, it's time to talk mental health
27th October 2014

Movember is soon to return for another year. The campaign, which challenges men to grow a moustache for charity, has raised over £346 million for prostate and testicular cancer research - not bad for a cause which didn't raise a penny at the beginning. 

Now in its 11th year, Movember is now trying to get men to talk about mental health. Co-founder JC tells London Live why it’s so difficult to get men to discuss these ‘unmanly things’.

Jamie Dunkley the city correspondent of the Evening Standard and comedian, Mo Gilligan join the Not The One Show to discuss if they will be growing a mo’ and if so, how long will they go?


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