To celebrate the return of The X Factor on Saturday night, 2004 runners-up G4 join us to chat about being on the very first series, and what life has been like since the show.
In July, the quartet announced via their Twitter page that they would be reuniting for one night at the Barbican Hall as part of their ten-year anniversary.
A snap-shot of Britain's young people who are not in employment, education or training, suggests 18% of them are resigned to never having a full-time job in their lifetime.
Research by the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust, a charity which helps young people get into work, estimates 7% of NEETs expect to be signing on for the next 10-20 years.
It seems it's not just children feeling anxious about the start of the school term - mums and dads are too.
Psychologist Emma Kenny speaks to us about the problems which materialise at the school gates, and how best to avoid them!
Get Emma's top tips for avoiding school gate hate in the video below.
What happens if you don't like your child's new teacher, or you are worried about them being bullied. Just what are their rights?
We offer advice on how to get the best for your child at school.
England manager Roy Hodgson is set to announce his new captain for the England football team today and Wayne Rooney is hotly tipped to he the one he chooses.
Who would you like to see get the job?
A baby boy has saved his sister's life by giving her his bone marrow.
Two-year-old Seren-Rose Davis was diagnosed with a metabolic disorder last December. She was unable to speak and her condition left her with brain damage and learning difficulties.
Her parents, Elouise and Simon, were told that if Seren-Rose was left untreated, she would be unlikely to live to adulthood.
Neither of them were suitable donors, but son Jacob, did have the bone marrow match.
Richard Arnold goes behind the scenes of The X Factor auditions to chat to returning judge Cheryl and new signing - Mel B.
The X Factor returns to ITV on Saturday night at 8pm.
Embattled Shaun Wright has resigned from the Labour party but refused to step down from his role as South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner after a damning report exposed decades of child abuse in Rotherham.
Wright, who was Rotherham's head of children services between 2005-10, apologised for what had happened but maintained he had no plans to step down.
The heads of child protection, social services and the police have all been heavily criticised after it emerged at least 1,400 children were sexually exploited by gangs of men between 1997 and 2013.