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Dr Ranj Singh and Sian Williams in Save Money: Good Health

Dr Ranj Singh and journalist Sian Williams return to ITV with a travel special of health magazine show Save Money: Good Health

We’re well into the Summer holiday season now and health magazine show Save Money: Good Health returns to ITV with a travel special.

In it, Dr Ranj Singh and journalist Sian Williams will be looking into the best-value products we should be packing.

Plus, they'll be revealing which ones are an expensive rip-off.

With cases of skin cancer on the rise, it’s important for all of us to use the right sunscreen.

But with so many brands on the market to choose from, what should we be buying?

Elsewhere, Dr Ranj puts together a value-for-money first-aid travel kit containing holiday essentials for all the family.

Dr Ranj Singh in Save Money: Good Health

Dr Ranj Singh puts together some first-aid travel essentials in ITV's Save Money: Good Health

'I look at the biggest conundrum that people have when they’re going on holiday,' explains Ranj.

'And that’s deciding what medical supplies to pack.

'We take the NHS’ recommended holiday list and I break it down to include the things you really need – and the cheapest options.'

'We create a holiday health kit that all fits neatly into one Tuppaware pot.' he adds.

Elsewhere, Sian looks into cures old and new to combat the misery of travel sickness

TV Times rating: ***

Victoria Wilson
Feature Writer for What’s on TV, TV Times, TV & Satellite Week and WhatToWatch.com

With over 20 years’ experience writing about TV and film, Vicky currently writes features for What’s on TV, TV Times, TV & Satellite Week magazines plus news and watching guides for WhatToWatch.com, a job which involves chatting to a whole host of famous faces. Our Vicky LOVES light entertainment, with Strictly Come Dancing, Britain’s Got Talent and The Voice UK among her fave shows. Basically, if it’s got a shiny floor, she’s all over it! When she’s not watching TV, you might find Vicky in therapy… retail therapy that is!