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Strictly star and Medway TV doctor, Dr Ranj, will meet fans at Bluewater

By Angela Cole

Doctor, TV presenter and Strictly star Dr Ranj Singh will be meeting fans at Bluewater this weekend.

The Medway-born doctor, who specialises in the wellbeing of young people, is one of the resident doctors on ITV's This Morning, co-presenter of ITV's brand new prime-time series Save Money: Good health, and co-creating host of the CBeebies series, Get Well Soon.

He's already written two educational children's books - Food Fuel and Skelebones, and will launch his new book, Save Money Lose Weight, which accompanies the ITV series, on Saturday, August 17 at Waterstones in the centre.

Dr Ranj will be signing copies of his book Save Money Lose Weight at Bluewater Picture: ITV/(C) Twofour Productions
Dr Ranj will be signing copies of his book Save Money Lose Weight at Bluewater Picture: ITV/(C) Twofour Productions

His book is designed to help people to lose weight on a budget. It includes a 28-day plan showing how to make nutritious, calorie-controlled, budget-conscious meals for the family.

As well as 80 recipes, it also has shopping lists, meal planners and easy, no-cost exercise ideas.

Dr Ranj Singh and Janette Manrara on the Strictly Come Dancing Tour Picture:Aaron Chown
Dr Ranj Singh and Janette Manrara on the Strictly Come Dancing Tour Picture:Aaron Chown

Dr Ranj, a regular on programmes such as Inside Out, Celebrity Eggheads and Watchdog and columnist for NetDoctor, last year swapped his scrubs for sequins as a Strictly Come Dancing contestant, and he'll also be in panto at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury this Christmas.

Dr Ranj will star in Mother Goose at the Marlowe this Christmas
Dr Ranj will star in Mother Goose at the Marlowe this Christmas

He'll be at the book store at 11am. The event is free of charge but fans need to have a copy of Save Money Lose Weight in order to meet Dr Ranj.

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