The Happiness Formula is a six-part series in which scientists say they know how to measure happiness and are piecing together what they believe really makes us happy.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Happiness Formula - Mark Easton - Netflix
Mark Richard Erskine Easton (born 12 March 1959) is the Home Editor for BBC News broadcasting on national television and radio news. He has written and presented numerous current affairs programmes including The Happiness Formula on BBC2 in 2006 and The Crime of Our Lives for BBC Radio 4 in 2007. His first book, Britain etc., was published in 2012. He was previously social affairs editor at Channel Four News and political editor at Five News.
The Happiness Formula - Career - Netflix
Easton joined his local newspaper, the Southern Evening Echo, in 1979 having decided upon a career in journalism after winning a game of Waddington's “Scoop” aged 13. He worked at Radio Victory from 1980-1, at Radio Aire from 1981-2 and at LBC from 1982-6. In 1986, Easton joined the BBC as a reporter on London Plus, BBC Breakfast News, Newsnight and Here and Now. In 1996, Easton joined the newly launched Channel Five as Political Editor for Five News. Easton then moved in 1998 to Channel 4 News as Home and Social Affairs Editor. Since 2004 Easton has been the Home Editor of BBC News reporting across the Corporation's range of platforms. As an editor, Easton appears mainly on the evening bulletins, BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten, as well as BBC Radio 4 programmes including Today. Easton also maintains a blog on the BBC News website.
The Happiness Formula - References - Netflix