David Tennant Takes Part In The Royal Foundation’s Mental Health Minute

David Tennant has joined a host of celebrities taking part in a new mental health campaign fronted by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. 
The mental health minute ran across every UK radio station – including commercial, community and BBC stations – highlighting the importance of talking about our mental health during the coronavirus pandemic.
Produced by Radiocentre and Heads Together, the mental-health initiative co-ordinated by The Royal Foundation, it took place at 10.59am today and is expected to have reached more than 20 million radio listeners. 
Other celebrities taking part included England football captain Harry Kane, singer-songwriter Dua Lipa and heavyweight champion boxer Anthony Joshua for the campaign to mark the start of Mental Health Awareness Week.
Watch a video version of the campaign below: 


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