The X Factor originals are back

The X Factor returns to our screens this weekend and Michael caught up with its returning stars, Nicole, Louis and Dermot.

The show is returning to its original magic roots. Louis says he thought the last series was awful and Louis is looking 10 years younger already!

Michael says that the returning judges 'don't need to prove anything.'

An epic Olympic win

Max Whitlock won three golds at the Olympics but says that his bronze was the hardest to win. He won a bronze medal in the all-round gymnastics event, which is Great Britain's first medal in this Olympic event for 108 years

Max says the plane home was 'unbelievable' and he was treated 'like royalty.' Since he returned and stepped off the plane, Max says that life has 'been crazy'.

An exclusive interview with Barbra Streisand

Barbra Streisand considered one of the greatest singers of all time and is the only artist to have a number one single in every one of the last six decades. Ross meets the famous superstar for an exclusive interview as she releases an album crammed with an unusual rota of superstars.

The Monkees 50 years on

It's nearly 50 years to the day since The Monkees TV show premiered!

Lead singer Micky Dolenz joins us to talk about the huge phenomenon that was on TV for just two years but launched the band. They were the first band to be 'cast' and The Monkees were originally formed in order to play a band on the show, but ended up riding to fame and lasted for longer than the show itself.

Meet the Great British bakers

It's that time of year where phrases like 'soggy bottom' and 'slack custard' become part of our every day vocabulary. That's right, make way for the return of The Great British Bake Off. With Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood driving the good ship Bake Off, the duo have created 30 new baking challenges guaranteed to make the amateur bakers sweat.

So who are the 12 bakers looking to take the title at this year's Bake Off.