We’re taking over the Discovery network channel to raise funds and awareness during the biggest weekend of the year for dads, with regular presenters and coverage of the Le Mans 24-hour race all geared up to support the cause.
Over the Father’s Day weekend, Quest will be broadcasting not only a range of ‘dads’ favourite shows’ and the legendary Le Mans 24-hour race, but also a weekend-long Prostate Cancer UK channel takeover.
Salvage Hunter’s Drew Pritchard and Bruce Crompton from Combat Dealers will be testing their knowledge of prostate cancer in a series of entertaining quiz questions. Do they know what a prostate does? Or how many men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year? They’ll be finding out across the Father’s Day weekend, all to raise awareness and money to stop prostate cancer being a killer.
Our iconic pin-badge will also be starring at one of the world’s most famous motor races as the Le Mans commentators, reporters and presenters will all be wearing it with pride. Louise Goodman will be hosting coverage of the race and she recently told us why she’s not ignoring prostate cancer.
Tune in to Quest on Freeview channel 37, Sky 144 and Virgin 172 from 12pm on the weekend of 18-19 June.
You can do your bit to stop prostate cancer being a killer by visiting menunited.org.
The Eastenders actor tells the Sunday Express he hid his cancer from his children for five years, but chose Father's Day to go public and warn others after speaking to us about the family risks of the disease.