Radio Health ( a new wave )
In the year of our Lord 2016, water on Mars has been found, Spirulina is used in medical research to prevent cancer and Nasa wants to grow it in space. A sign advertising 'Matcha -latte' is a popular sight in every coffee-shop of the capital. A proper breakfast during the weekend involves avocado on toast ( the toast requires sourdough-spelt and avocado is for better-looking skin).
Darts and snooker are major sports and the best British man with a cue ball is an avid runner. Earlier than white van drivers, ladies and gentlemen challenge humidity,darkness and rain and they start walking on the kerb. They increase the pace and off they go.... They run.
Little girls stand in front of the mirror and check how flat the stomach is.
Biting into a gluten-bombarded sandwich seems ancient and sinful. High-streets food corporations are the new Sodom and Gomorrah, where salt and sugar are the blood and body of Christ.
Holding humongous buckets of sugary drinks, the butterball lady ( a famous short-story of Maupassant) bumps into the yoga pants worn by a young mother, running with a buggy. The butterball nervously bite into a fully-fat brownie containing margarine, while the mum says nothing. No wonder she is calm: she had a couple of spoons of chia seeds for breakfast.
The public health is in crisis due to mental health , dementia and fear of the new virus Zika. A long life expectancy makes us greedy, longing for more years, more sun , more health, longer legs, gluteus of granite, we want to crack open a walnut with our abdomen, five languages to speak and our ashes travelling into space at the end of the show ...
Taking care of this planet is a new moral compass. Taking away from it only what is sustainable and in small amounts is how we'll pay our dues.