Roman Kemp is praised by fans for his incredibly moving BBC documentary as he ... trends now
The Radio presenter, 30, has been campaigning through his social media and documentaries following the passing of his late friend Joe Lyons, who took his own life after he wrestled his mental health alone.
His documentary sees him immersed in schools, youth centres and treatment settings around the country, meeting experts and charities, and visiting the Houses of Parliament.
In his first documentary Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency, Roman revealed he'd contemplated suicide in 2019 and had been helped by his mother rushing to his side.
And ever since, he has tried to understand the potential solutions for improving the mental health of young people in the UK today and continued to be open about his own mental health with his large social media following.
Helping: Roman Kemp, 30, was praised by fans for his incredibly moving BBC Three documentary The Fight For Young Lives, which aired Wednesday
Incredible: The Radio presenter has been campaigning through his social media and documentaries following the passing of his late friend Joe Lyons, who took his own life after he wrestled his mental health alone
In the documentary, a crucial moment saw Roman battle the Government to make sure 100% of schools have access to mental health support teams - which at the time of filming the documentary was only 36%.
As he reached out to MP's through his social media, Roman received heaps off responses from his followers, but less from politicians.
During the documentary, Roman reported the governments' response to his letter.
It wrote: 'We are rolling out mental health support teams to schools and colleges across the country and more than one third of all pupils and students now have access to these teams a year earlier than planned.
'We are committed to extended coverage to at least 50% of pupils in England by the end of March 2025 but our ambition is to go further and we will continue to evaluate the impact of