So Olly, what's this about you and Caroline Flack?

When we first worked with each other, we were both single so it was kind of like we were flirting, having a lot of fun, then we realised this should never happen...

– Olly Murs

The X Factor returned last weekend with a brand new batch of wannabe stars. Our next guest, Olly Murs, has graduated through the ranks from hopeful to host and has had a successful pop career with three number one albums and four number one singles.

Kate sat down with Olly to talk about what it's like having celebrity friends and if there was any truth to those rumours about a possible romance with Caroline Flack!

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Move over Horrible Histories!

Move over Horrible Histories! Ben Miller is back with a new children's show called Horrible Science. The actor, best known for series Armstrong and Miller, is less well known as a science genius. Ben hopes that the new show, aimed at children aged six to twelve, will be as inspired by science as he was.

We wanted to make a fun, crazy TV show that kids - and hopefully their parents - would love.

– Ben Miller

The show stars an oddball bunch of characters, including a robot and a disembodied brain who try to put on a science show - with all the exploits that go on behind-the-scenes!

Horrible Science starts Sunday 13 September, 9am on ITV on CITV.

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Britain's grumpiest medic is back

Martin Clunes is back playing the nation's favourite grumpy medic, Dr Martin Ellingham, in ITV's Doc Martin.

In the last series the doc's alienated his estranged wife Louisa (played by Caroline Catz) to such an extent that she set off for Spain with their young son - will he manage to win her back?

Also returning for the new series are Dame Eileen Atkins as Martin's formidable Aunt Ruth, Ian McNeice as Bert Large, Joe Absolom as his son Al, Jessica Ransom as receptionist Morwenna Newcross and Selina Cadell as pharmacist Mrs Tishell.

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Celine Dion, the performer and carer

Even though my husband is struggling and fighting really hard, I feel blessed. I'm very thankful for the fans to allow me to have that time to become the wife, the caretaker and to take care of my kids

– Celine Dion

Celine Dion joins Ross King for a chat about coping with her husband's battle with cancer, how her children cope with her career and, of course, her new residency in Las Vegas!

The singer is back after a year long break to care for her husband Rene Angelil whilst also looking after their three boys and opens up about how she feels "blessed" despite the difficulties life has thrown at her.

Watch part 2 of Ross's interview with Celine

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