BBC One is rolling out the Good Hope News to a wider audience this evening.
The programme is a chance to hear from the people who are on the front line of the battle against cancer.
It is a programme for people who can’t make it to the hospital or who are worried about the future of their family, said Good Hope CEO Joanna O’Neill.
It also has the potential to reach people who may be too scared to talk about it with someone else, she said.
There are two parts of the programme.
You can watch the programme online and read the commentary.
The commentary is based on the BBC’s own editorial judgement and the Good Life News.
We’ve done our homework.
We’ve spoken to experts on the frontline and we’ve also spoken to people in the local community and seen how they are feeling.
What people will be watching are the Good Good News and the commentators, O’Neil said.
It will be followed by an interactive video on social media.
The Good Hope website has information on what the programme is, how to watch it and how to read the Commentary.
This is our chance to help out in the fight against cancer, she added.
People who cannot make it may wish to watch an episode of the Good News, a programme that will be broadcast later this evening, or watch an online episode, she explained.
People can download the Good God News podcast for free on iTunes, BBC iPlayer or BBC iTunes.
Good Hope is an organisation which provides support to those who have been affected by cancer.
A spokesman said the Good Cause News was one of Good Hope’s key priorities.
Good Hope has been delivering its Good Hope Radio for over a decade.
I’m very grateful for the support from the public, the public media, the health and social care sector, the business community, the voluntary sector, and the private sector.
I’m confident that the programme will have a significant impact.
There are other organisations providing support to the community and the wider community, including Good Hope.
It provides a platform to speak about the importance of supporting and caring for others.
The Good Life news is a new programme that is being developed and will be shown on Good Hope radio.
It highlights the positive, hopeful and inspiring stories of those who live and work in and around the Good Place, a partnership of Good Place and community organisations, including the National Association for People with Cancer.
The focus of the program is on people living with cancer, the impact of the disease and how we can help each other.
Good Life News is available to listen to for free at the GoodHopeRadio website and on iTunes and BBC iRadio.