Anya Hayes is a Pilates instructor based in London, and has been practising Pilates for 10 years. Anya trained with the world-renowned Body Control Pilates in London, and has a passionate belief in restoring natural fluid movement and greater wellbeing into busy modern life. In her teaching Anya hopes to make the life-changing benefits of Pilates available to all ages and fitness levels, to encourage the overall health of body and mind. Anya is a member of the Body Control Pilates Association (BCPA) and The Register of Exercise Professionals (REPS).
Mother of four Eileen Hayes is one of the UK's leading experts on parenting and child behaviour. She is an author, magazine columnist, counsellor and broadcaster.Eileen is parenting advisor to the UK's NSPCC, vice-chair of the National Parenting Forum, and chair of the Media and Parenting Working Group.
Rob Hume has been Editor of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds' award-winning Birds magazine since 1989. He has written several ornithological books, including Discovering Birds, Observer's Birds, Focus on Birdwatching, and Birds by Character. For 10 years he was a member and Chairman of the national British Birds Rarities Committee that scrutinizes reports of rare birds in Britain, and in 1973 he discovered a new species for Britain, the American Ring-billed Gull. He lives in Bedfordshire.
Sarah Heath is an Honorary Lecturer in small animal behavioural medicine at Liverpool University Veterinary school and President of the European Society for Veterinary Clinical Ethology. She is also a founder and former President of the European College of Veterinary Behavioural Medicine (Companion Animals). She lectures extensively at home and abroad on behavioural topics and has written several books on feline behaviour.
Nigel Henbest has been Astronomy Consultant to New Scientist magazine, Editor of the Journal of the British Astronomical Association, and Media Consultant to the Royal Greenwich Observatory. He is also a Future Astronaut with Virgin Galactic.
Colour Me Beautiful is the recognized leader in personal and corporate image consulting, with over 1,000 studios around the world. Established in 1983, Colour Me Beautiful constantly researches the image and style needs of today's women and men and updates its advice to meet ever-changing demands.
Paul Henderson has been GQ's Food and Drink editor since 2003. He has interviewed many of the biggest names in gastronomy, from Gordon Ramsay to Jamie Oliver. His work has also appeared in the Guardian, the Telegraph and the Spectator.
Diana Henry has a weekly column in the Sunday Telegraph, writes for BBC Good Food, Red and House & Garden, and is a regular broadcaster on BBC Radio 4. She has won numerous awards for her journalism and books, including Cookery Journalist of the Year from the Guild of Food Writers (three times), Cookery Writer of the Year at the Fortnum & Mason Food Awards in 2013 and 2015, and Fortnum & Mason Cookery Book of the Year for Simple in 2017.www.dianahenry.co.ukInstagram: @dianahenryfoodTwitter: @dianahenryfood
Colour Me Beautiful is the recognized leader in personal and corporate image consulting,with over 1,000 studios around the world. Established in 1983, Colour Me Beautiful constantly researches the image and style needs of today's women and men and updates its products to meet ever-changing demands.Pat Henshaw, MFIC, has worked in the image-consulting industry for over 30 years and joined Colour Me Beautiful in 1988 as its senior trainer. She has been instrumental in developing the corporate and men's divisions of Colour Me Beautiful. Pat is co-author of Colour Me Beautiful, Colour Me Younger, Be a Beautiful Bride and Image Matters for Men.
Olia Hercules was born in Ukraine and lived in Cyprus for 5 years before moving to London to study a BA in Italian language, followed by an MA in Russian and English. A number of jobs followed before her interest in food as an amateur reached its apogee and she decided to retrain as a chef at Leith's School of Food and Wine. She kicked off her culinary career working at London's Union Market before landing her dream job as a chef-de partie for Ottolenghi's. Olia's focus nowadays is mostly on her son, her writing, her food styling and the occasional foray into film and television.Find out more about Olia at oliahercules.com, on Twitter @oliasgastronomy and on Instagram.com/oliahercules.
Alan Herdman is a world-renowned Pilates expert. He has established Pilates exercise studios in several countries, including opening the first Pilates studio in London in 1970. Three of his books, Pilates: Creating the Body You Want, The Busy Person's Guide to Pilates and Pilates Plus are published by Gaia Books.
The late Terry Hewitt grew cacti and succulents for more than 40 years. He owned and ran the Holly Gate Cactus Nursery and Holly Gate Cactus Garden in Ashington, West Sussex.
Brian Hiatt is a senior writer at Rolling Stone magazine, where he has written over 45 cover stories.
Katherine Higgins specialises in antiques and collectables. Current TV credits include appearing on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow, ITV's Christmas Show and the BBC's recent 20th Century Roadshow. Katherine writes for the national press and is also a columnist for Real Homes Magazine and Women and Home.
Mark Hill was a specialist for international auctioneers Bonhams and Sotheby's before becoming Director of an online antiques and collectables trading website, running its alliance with Ebay Live Auctions. He is an expert on the BBC Antiques Roadshow, and co-presents the BBC2 primetime series on antiques and interiors, 'Collectaholics'.
Jonathan Hilton is a freelance writer and editor with a wide experience of environmental and complementary health subjects. Over the past 15 years, Jonathan has contributed to or edited around 20 specialist books on subjects including reflexology, yoga, tai chi, colour healing, allergen-free living and constructing and furnishing environmentally low-impact homes and offices. His most recent work is the Gaia book Wild Food.
Isabel Best is a British writer living in Paris. She writes on French sport, food, culture and fashion and regularly contributes to the Financial Times, Procycling, Elle and the Independent on Sunday.
Joanna Hoare has been a practicing aromatherapist for over 20 years. She joined the IFA (International Federation of Aromatherapists) at their inauguration in 1985 and was elected Chair in 2004. Currently she examines for the IFA and travels the world, in particular the Far East, lecturing and teaching on aromatherapy.
Cara Hobday has been passionate about cooking from a young age, and after attending catering college began exploring the different culinary cultures of Europe and Asia. She has been a professional food journalist and stylist for 14 years and is a mother of two young girls. She is the author of Hamlyn's Kids' Healthy Lunchbox.
Ian Hodgson is former editor of The Garden magazine and member of the Publications Committee of Plants Heritage (NCCPG) with over 25 years experience as a writer and editor for the horticultural press.