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Loose Women film special green episode at Eden Project for Earth Day

The Eden Project is the setting for a one-off episode of ITV’s Loose Women, set to air from 12:30pm on Monday April 22, to celebrate Earth Day.

The long-running panel show’s green special will see panellists Kaye Adams, Jane Moore, Katie Piper and Nadia Sawalha joined by special guest and wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan.

Viewers will join the panel, high up in the canopy of one of the world’s largest indoor rainforests, surrounded by tropical plants that demonstrate how rainforests shape the planet’s climate.

The Loose Women Goes Green episode will see the panellists discuss if the way that we live, love, spend and socialise can help save the planet.

Special guest, Michaela Strachan, said: “As you can imagine, I am a big fan of the Eden Project. I first visited it when it had just opened and it's amazing to see how much it's grown over the years, both in plants and the education of all the visitors.

“It was so fab to see the Loose Women ladies filming there and really appreciating all it had to offer. Such a perfect place to do their 'Loose Women Goes Green' special and chat about all things green, sustainable and environmental. I was so in my element!”

Earth Day is a global movement and annual awareness day dating back to 1970. Gathering colossal momentum over the decades, Earth Day is credited for spearheading the modern environmental movement, uniting billions of individuals, thousands of organisations and hundreds of countries in the shared common goal to protect and improve the world we live in.

Julie Buck, Eden’s Chief Marketing Officer, said: “It’s been wonderful to work with the Loose Women team on this special episode for Earth Day. We’re committed to reach and engage a broad range of audiences in our mission to demonstrate and inspire positive action for the planet and Loose Women is able to do that in a way that is relatable and accessible.”

Loose Women Goes Green will air on Monday April 22 from 12:30pm on ITV1 & ITVX to mark Earth Day.

For more information on easy ways to take positive planetary action, visit www.edenproject.com/act.

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