Take your smoke outside

Smoke at home and your kids will be playing with toys covered in Arsenic, Cyanide and Carbon Monoixde.

That is the warning from health experts, who say opening doors and windows will not get rid of the dangerous chemicals in cigarettes.

New figures show the number of people smoking at home has risen in the South West and a campaign is underway telling parents to take their smoke outside.

The campaign has the backing of mum Jo Shepherd-Ogston, she told Heart she was shocked by how much she didn't know:

Listen here

You can find out more about the dangerous and what you can do to stop them at www.smokeoutside.co.uk

Recently Played Tracks

On Radio: Lucy Ellis

10pm - 12am

Email the show

Text 'HEART' to 82122

Lucy Ellis

On TV: Heart's 50 Favourite Power Ballads

11pm - 12am

Watch heart TV

Heart VIP


Autumn Weather

Find your local four day weather report here.

Listening To Radio Win With Heart

Make Heart the soundtrack to your day and you could be a winner with great prizes up for grabs throughout the day.

Follow Heart on Twitter