Last month I was interviewed by Fiona Phillips for a new series of BBC One's 'Holding Back the Years', to be broadcast in mid-October. Filming took place at Tavistock Relationships, which offers a helpful new counselling programme for couples approaching retirement. It's totally innovative and very different from conventional couples therapy: there are just four sessions. The idea is that couples don't go because they're having problems, but because they're aware that retirement can put pressure on relationships and they want to be prepared for it. It's perfect for partners who want to make the most of the next stage of their lives together and see their relationship continue to develop. Dr Sabah Khan of the Tavistock believes the relationship itself can be a source of reliability and support in retirement, and I'm sure that's true for many couples.