In this series about what it means to live well with cancer, a cast of celebrities, experts and Maggie’s visitors give voice to stories of strength, support and surprise.

In the fourth episode of our Maggie’s Podcast, we hear from journalist and keen gardener Kirsty Wark, and visitors at some of our gardening groups, about how gardening – and simply enjoying the garden – can help people to live well with cancer.

Radio legend Johnnie Walker and comedian and actor Omid Djalili lead an hour of debate and conversation about the issues men face living with cancer today, including the impact on work, finances, sex and relationships.

Kirstie Allsopp explores how cancer can affect what we eat, even how food tastes. Kirstie looks especially at the food – good and bad – that we’ve inherited from our mothers, and food’s role in bringing people together and giving us comfort.

Victoria Derbyshire explores the isolation that can come with cancer – and finds out about some of the creative ways people are tackling it.

Edith Bowman introduces the Maggie's Podcast. On World Cancer Day, we’re launching a unique series of podcasts looking at what it means to live well with cancer. Join us and a cast of celebrities, experts and Maggie’s Centre visitors, who will make you laugh, make you think and provide a little company when you need it most.