It's National Doodle Day and graphologist Ruth Rostron takes a look at a doodle by singer Gabrielle.
A big, round baby face fills the page. This shows Gabrielle has an affectionate and sensitive nature and how important it is for her to have a loving relationship, but the drawing is sketchy and has a dreamy quality as if this may just be a dream for her.
It's National Doodle Day and graphologist Ruth Rostron takes a look at a doodle by singer and Dancing on Ice star Ray Quinn.
The large clown figure shows Ray is a confident, extrovert person who enjoys being the centre of attention. He likes to entertain people and is not afraid of making himself a figure of fun. The curly, bouncy hair reflects his playful, amiable nature and the oversize head shows his interest in people and personalities.
It's National Doodle Day and graphologist Ruth Rostron takes a look at a doodle by The Voice judge and Kaiser Chief Ricky Wilson.
This doodle with mice riding cats shows Ricky’s quirky sense of humour and reflects the way his own mind races. He delights in being one step ahead, in scoring points, and in winning.
Pixie Lott chats to Aled and Kate about coming back to music after a two-year break and performing for Goldie Hawn.
The star also gives a performance of her storming new single Nasty - enjoy!
Interior designer to the stars Kelly Hoppen visits Kenya to take a look at projects that help women and girls to equip themselves with skills to become leaders and make lasting change in their own lives and in their communities.
She visited two projects supported by Sport Relief in Nairobi, Kenya (Kenya Youth Business Trust and Boxgirls) which provide business training and mentoring for young women.
Kelly is also announcing that to reflect the UK public's generous support for Sport Relief, the UK Government will match up to £10 million of public donations, to help create jobs, build businesses and increase trade in some of the poorest countries in the world, so people can lift themselves out of poverty for good.