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100 Episodes: Twitter Q&A

Here at Embarrassing Bodies we never dared dream we’d reach 100 episodes. In fact if you believe what the doctors said in their recent interviews, they didn’t think we’d make it past the first series! Dr Dawn wasn’t even sure we’d make it as far as episode two…

As a small thank you to our loyal viewers, Dr Dawn will be joined by the programme’s long-time executive producer, Sarah Eglin, for a Twitter Q&A from 9.30pm until 10.30pm on Monday 25th February, the date of our 100th episode. There’s nobody on the planet who knows more about Embarrassing Bodies than Sarah so if you’ve got a burning question, this is your chance.

How to Take Part in the Twitter Chat

Tweet your questions using the hashtag #EB100 or send an @ reply to EmbBodies and we’ll endeavour to answer as many as we can. We can’t guarantee you a reply, but we’ll try our best.

Remember, there’s no shame, we’re all the same.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for watching, and here’s to another 100 episodes.

The Embarrassing Bodies team.

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