mpbTV - My Personal Best TV
My Personal Best TV is a channel showing inspirational and uplifting videos and podcasts.
These videos and podcasts can inspire young people to set themselves challenges and achieve their personal best. If you have difficulty with concentration, or you feel that you have lost inspiration or desire to study, you can talk to your parents and friends about this. Also, you can ask for the help of special services for prime essays.
Your personal best will be completely different to another's, everyone's challenges are personal and what one person may find easy may find easy, another may find difficult.
Videos and podcasts shown on mpbTV are aimed at inspiring young people and demonstrating that challenges can be overcome and self-esteem can be boosted.
If you would like to see your videos and podcasts here send them to
Beat Young Ambassador, Annabel, talks to Verge magazine about eating disorders alongside actress Louisa Lytton.
Dame Kelly Holmes' tips on how to stay positive in the face of setbacks. What an inspiring woman!
Willing members of the Norwich public are interviewed by My Personal Best volunteers, answering the questions 'What do you like about yourself?' and 'What do you do to cheer yourself up?'
Beat Young Ambassadors perform a rap they wrote over the Christmas period about eating disorders. Good on them!
Our volunteer Laura describes what she likes about herself and what cheers her up.
Becky tells us what she likes about herself and what she does to cheer herself up.
Some of Beat's Young Ambassadors talk through some of their tips of how to cope with having an eating disorder around Christmas time.
'This one is for you' - celebrities perform monologues based on people's eating disorder experiences.
Emma Roper, Beat's Senior Fundraiser, talks through fundraising ideas for Eating Disorders Awareness Week (EDAW).
Kate tells us what she does to cheer herself up and boost her self esteem.
Beat's Chief Executive, Susan Ringwood, discusses Eating Disorders Awareness Week (from 21st February 2011)
"Is this real?" That's the question our volunteer, Kate, asks as she talks about the projected body image of a fashion doll.
My Personal Best volunteer, Kate, offers encouraging words to help you love being you.