Time Out UAE Kids launches weekly chat show video series

The Talk will be broadcast across the brand's YouTube channel

Time Out UAE Kids launches weekly chat show video series

We are super-excited to let you know that Time Out UAE Kids has launched its very own weekly chat show series.

The Talk will be broadcast every week on the brand’s YouTube channel and we strongly recommend that you subscribe for alerts when the new episode goes live – trust us, you won't want to miss any!

Every week Time Out UAE Kids editor Kelly Johnstone will welcome two experts from various industries on to the show where they will all take part in a conversation about the topics that matter most to parents across the UAE.

Areas covered will include kids; activities, pregnancy, fitness, education, health and loads more besides.
The show promises an engaging, informal and informative discussion with two expert guest and viewers are encouraged viewers to suggest and request subjects that they would like to see covered in future episodes.

The first episode, which is now live, sees Time Out UAE Kids editor, Kelly Johnstone chat to two of the UAE’s leading educators about distance learning.

Rebecca Eldred, assistant deputy head at primary school DESS, and Jess Dubai head of secondary, Mike Waller, discuss tips, share advice and offer valuable support to help parents who are taking on home learning with their children due to the closure of schools across the emirates.

Stay tuned and visit youtube.com/timeoutuaekids every Wednesday for The Talk.

We would love to hear from you regarding any topics you would like to see covered. To let us know, either comment in the bow below the video, or email us at timeoutkids@itp.com.

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