On Wednesday's show we're talking about cold callers and we want to hear from you. How do you deal with them? What's your advice for answering the phone to them? Let us know.
National Accident Helpline has reported that two fifths of respondents (40 per cent) received over nine cold calls on their landline in the past month, indicating the scale of the issue. A further one in five (19 per cent) reported receiving nine or more calls to their mobile.
We talk to a telemarketer to find out what it's like doing a job that causes so much stress to others!
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Angelina Jolie chats to Richard Arnold about her film, Unbroken which shows she's great behind the camera as well as in front of it, as she produced and directed it!
She also tells us why she had to go back to school to get her latest job directing her husband Brad Pitt.
On Monday we launched a one week nationwide campaign called Meal Appeal asking our audience to help UK people as we approach the festive season.
Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding joins us on the sofa to tell us who she'll be meeting as she travels across the country on her Road to the Rovers, on her GMB Meal Appeal collect-a-thon.
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Little did Mikael Lindnord know, when he took pity on the canine during the 430-mile race with his four-strong team, that a week later he would be arranging for Arthur to come home to Sweden with him.
Jane is a mother who was forced to visit Whitchurch foodbank in Shropshire she wrote the ‘Food for Thought’ poem as a thank-you to the volunteers at Whitchurch.
Celebrities supporting the Meal Appeal campaign have helped us to make this video - watch the full version here.