Cold reading but of a relatively high standard. Makes his excuses at the outset. Usual heart problems. The woman then says respiratory and Smith then talks about an oxygen mask. Most of the rest seems to be easy stuff. Just good odds guessing.
Would be good to transcribe and go through line by line, but in absence of that would also point out the references to Police/missing persons work in the interview. He looks down and briefly touches his nose which are classic signs of lying.
He then talks about how psychics have to be careful about working with the Police. I wonder why, if they can really be of help, wouldn't they?
He talks about a case about a year ago (prior to the show presumably) where he reads a woman whose son is missing, and advises her not to keep looking for the body, but she says she cannot give up. He then says his information leads to a thigh bone in a canal in France. Then about DNA testing, then that he received a letter thanking him. All very odd. Presumably by being so vague he knows it is difficult to check up.
He then says he helped Belgian Police with a paedophile ring but is very vague about this. Odd that he says psychics have to be careful about helping the Police but that he is happy to do so in Belgium. Again very vague and conveniently difficult to check. Suggest his fans ask him for more details. Claiming this sort of thing is so vile if it is untrue, and I know what odds I would give on it being legitimate.
He is definitely one of the best I have seen but still a fraud.