I wanted it to come back, when they asked me about it...
Ian McShane, the Golden Globe winning star of Deadwood, Lovejoy, Pillars of the Earth and Kung Fu Panda, joins us to talk about his new film Hercules in which he plays Amphiaraus.
We asked him whether he would like to see Lovejoy return to the small screen, but it seems a come back is in the hands of the writers!
I was just scared, I didn't know where I was, what I was feeling!
Whether you look back fondly on a first date or cringe with the memory - one couple will have no trouble remembering theirs.
Chloe and Zach went on a remote camping trip with friends - but after Zach collapsed from severe chest pains - the date ended with Chloe saving his life by giving him mouth to mouth resuscitation.
Israel has shelled areas of south Lebanon overnight - in response to rocket attacks. It's the sixth day of airstrikes by Israel which says it's targeting Hamas militants. Thousands of people have fled from the homes in Gaza, at least 166 people have died in the attacks.
Jonathan Swain has more in his blog...
When you decide to get married - you normally know what you're getting yourself into. You know your partners bad habits, what their favourite film is, if they snore - all that important information!
So imagine walking down the aisle to marry a complete stranger - well that's what three couples in America have signed up to do!
Each day this week a viewer will get a visit from Laura Tobin and the GMB gnomes as we check out the most beautiful gardens across the country.
Today we are live from Geoff Stonebanks' garden in Seaford, East Sussex. The charitable man has raised £35,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support through opening his garden to the public.
Last week we asked you to send in pictures of your lovely summer gardens for Laura Tobin and the Good Morning Britain gnomes to visit this week.
We've received lots of your lovely entries but here are a selection of the best ones.
The authorities in Mallorca have been outlining how they plan to enforce new laws, to prevent what they call the 'irresponsible' behaviour of drunken holiday makers.
It follows another death yesterday in the resort of Magaluf where a 20-year-old Danish man died after falling from hotel balcony.
It's never good to go against what the Bible says for God's people.
The battle over the ordination of women bishops reaches its conclusion today as members of the Church of England’s General Synod give their vote.
Opinion polls, and voting in the dioceses, show an overwhelming majority of the Church of England are in favour of female bishops.
We are joined by Rose Hudson-Wilkin, the ordained speaker for the House of Commons, and Susie Leafe, a member of the house of laity in the general synod, who discuss why they are for and against women bishops.