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Radiohead confirmed for Glastonbury 2017

The grass has barely recovered from this year's Glastonbury, but organisers have already confirmed that Radiohead will be one of the headline acts at the festival in 2017.

The band are the first headliners to be announced for next year, and will take to the Pyramid Stage on Friday, June 23.

It will be Radiohead's third time headlining the iconic festival following appearances in 1997 and 2003.

This year's headliners at Worthy Farm included Adele, New Order and Coldplay. The full festival line-up is expected to be announced early next year.

Who's meeting their demise in the Dales?

There's a rumour that a character dies - there's at least one character that I know of

– Uh-oh, looks like things are going to get ugly in the Dales according to Jonathan Wrather!

Could we be about to see the end of Paddy Kirk at the hands of the fiery Pierce Harris in Emmerdale this week?

As Pierce's jealousy over Rhona reaches overdrive, a grim opportunity to get rid of his love rival presents itself, with potentially devastating circumstances...

We speak to Dominic Brunt (Paddy) and Jonathan Wrather (Pierce) to find out more.

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The armed robber turned athlete

If I did not engage in sport I would have ended up dead

– John McAvoy

A former convict who spent almost ten years behind bars with dangerous criminals like hate preacher Abu Hamza has turned his life around to become one of the UK's top ultra-athletes.

John McAvoy grew up around crime and was an armed robber - but after training for hours a day in prison became the world's best long-distance triathlete.

He joined us this morning to discuss how the death of his best friend made him decide to turn his life around and why he wants to encourage others to do the same with his autobiography Redemption.

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Mother of missing RAF man: 'Somebody else must be involved'

He has just vanished

– Nicola Urquhart

The mother of missing serviceman Corrie McKeague has told Good Morning Britain that she believes her son is still alive - and that someone else must be involved in his disappearance.

The 23 year old was last seen walking back to his RAF base after a night out on 24 September.

Nicola Urquhart insists Corrie wouldn't have deliberately harmed himself as he was happy - and is appealing for anyone who has information to come forward.

"This is unbearable," she said.

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Council tax warning and cheaper BT Fibre broadband

Super cheap BT fibre broadband, council tax warning, Sainsbury’s toy sale and kid’s half term activities. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Deals of the Week.

Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.

The Voice UK has landed

The Voice is back and with it a sparkling new panel of mentors including Jennifer Hudson, Will.i.Am, Tom Jones and Gavin Rossdale. We sent Richard Arnold to the press night for the Blind Auditions to catch up with them all as well as the show's presenter Emma Willis, who admitted she had to "work her tush off" to get in shape after baby number three!

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Parents fined £4m last year for taking children on holiday during term time

Parents were fined more than £4 million for taking their children out of school on holiday last year, new research has found.

ITV's Tonight programme has revealed that local authorities issued a total of 68,438 fines for unauthorised absences for family holidays between September 1, 2015 and July 31, 2016.

We spoke to mum Debbie Proudler, who was preparing to travel to Egypt with husband Lee and their children when terrorists targeted a Russian airline bound for Sharm El-Sheikh . The attack over the Sinai desert caused the family's tour operator to move their departure date by one day after the British Foreign Office banned flights to the area.

As a result she asked staff at her 10-year-old son Ellis' school if he could have an additional term-time day off due to the exceptional circumstances but was refused - and fined on their return for taking the day anyway.

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