Ahead of World Book Day on Thursday, Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has topped a kids' favourite book list. We'd like to know what book would you put at the top of a list of books which children should enjoy.
David Beckham has spoken out in the press about regretting having cornrows in his hair. We want to hear from you - do you have a haircut that you regret? Tell us about it - or even better - send us a photo!
We asked and YOU voted and the public has well and truly spoken - so what makes the perfect bacon sandwich? Are you a nation of red sauce purists or a brown sauce renegades?
Here's what chef Brian Turner thinks makes the perfect bacon butty but you you agree?
After the leader of the Green Party, Natalie Bennett, suffered 'brain fade' during an interview with LBC's Nick Ferrari, we want to know what's the worst thing that's happened to you at work, or on a formal occasion - have you had that awful moment when your brain goes blank?
This week is the UK's biggest night in popular music - the BRIT Awards! To mark the ceremony we asked you to choose your favourite ever live collaboration from our top five - and here's how you voted.
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A new study says that eating peanuts at an early age CAN prevent an allergy in high risk infants - which contradicts current guidelines that recommend an avoidance strategy.
We're joined by mum Kerry Christopher and her children Evan 8 and Meg 7.
Evan, who had an egg allergy and eczem, showed tendacies towards getting a nut allergy but was put on trial and has now been cured. Meg was put on the same scheme and has now been cured too.
Dr Sarah Jarvis also joins the conversation.
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For the first time MPs are meeting to discuss the state of children's teeth - as NHS figures reveal that dental cases are the main cause of admissions to hospital for children aged five to nine - with Public Health England reporting that 12% of children in England have experienced dental decay.
We meet Jackie Cuyvers and her two children of seven and nine who have already had fillings in their teeth because she mistakenly thought smoothies and fruit juices were just healthy and didn't think about what could happen to her children's teeth.
Plus Dr Adam Slade offers his advice.