Tomorrow is No Smoking Day.
We occasionally receive requests from the media who want to speak to "ordinary" smokers who enjoy smoking, have no intention of giving up, and are prepared to say so.
Forest keeps a shortlist of people we put forward on such occasions. One of them is Jenty Burrill, a long-term supporter who invariably does a great job. Without ranting or raising her voice, Jenty comes across as sane, rational and utterly normal.
Presenters like her because she has a sense of humour and is honest about the potential health risks of smoking, and indeed her own health after many years of smoking. The last time she was interviewed - on BBC Radio Kent a couple of months ago - she charmed the presenter and it was a very entertaining few minutes.
If you would like to be considered please email email@example.com with the following details: name, gender, age, town/region, telephone number.
A colleague will contact you in due course.
BBC Radio Five Live - together with Dame Helena Shovelton, chief executive of the British Lung Foundation, I have just been interviewed by Gabby Logan on the subject of smoking in cars with children. It will be online later, I guess.