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Edith Bowman

The fresh-faced, effervescent broadcaster talks about the role music plays in her life, what makes her tick and her mindfulness app, Quility

I come from a very close family. My parents owned a hotel when I was growing up and I remember them working so hard. They instilled a healthy work ethic in me and my brother from an early age – if you work hard, you earn rewards.

I have guilt about how much I work; I need a balance. My sons [Rudy, eight, and Spike, three] are my priority but, if I didn’t work, I wouldn’t be half as good a mum. I can express myself at work, which allows me to do fun things at home.

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