If you've got a sea of bags underneath your kitchen sink, you might like to try our head of sound Glen's samosa-style folding.
We can't wait to get home and try it!
Oh - and great filming there from Laura - but if you saw her on Friday you'd expect nothing less...
Hurricane Joaquin is the strongest hurricane we've seen in the Atlantic since 2010 - and Laura says we'll be keeping a close eye on it as it tracks towards the UK next week.
Coronation Street's Sally Dyvenor, who plays Sally Webster, joins us live from Manchester to chat to us about Sally and Tim's wedding plans.
With the big day just around the corner she should be every inch the blushing bride but instead Sally is wracked with guilt over her kiss with ex-husband Kevin.
Sally is desperate to ensure her wedding goes ahead, but daughter Sophie is in the know and it's not long before neighbour Anna overhears the juicy gossip...
Will Tim be saying I don't instead of I do?
Watch the moment Andi Peters calls up one lucky viewer to tell her that she's won ITV Daytime's one million pound prize.
And after she's had time to digest the news, we give her another call to find out how she's planning to spend, or save, the money.
Actress, mum and celebrity chef Lisa Faulkner is supporting our Phones For Food campaign and know the value of a good breakfast in the family.
Lisa won Celebrity Masterchef in 2010 and has since forged a successful career in food, writing three books and making numerous cookery appearances on television.
Get Lisa'a breakfast recipes
Over 2.6 million children in the UK are regularly missing breakfast before school, meaning one in three are too hungry to learn.
Good Morning Britain meets mum Kathy who's unable to work due to problems with her legs and back and has struggled to provide breakfast for her 11-year-old son. There were times she had to ask a neighbour for food and she had to make do with a tin of beans.
For ITV's Tackle Hunger Together campaign we're highlighting the importance of breakfast and asking our viewers to donate old and unused mobile phones. We will use the value of these phones to set up breakfast clubs in the country's most needy schools.