Has your cat ever listened to music before? Play them this number from Music for Cats and send your filmed reactions into us.
Music for Cats was born out of David Teie's scientific theory on the fundamental nature of music appreciation by mammals. He contended that every species has an intuitive biological response to sounds present in their early development.
Before talking about it on tomorrow's show, we would love to see your cat's reaction to this music.
Can you email or social us a short video to firstname.lastname@example.org by 8pm tonight.
Are your kids terrified of the 'killer clown' craze?
The deranged trend, which started in the US, has seen people dress up in costumes and scare people, sometimes with knives.
And with incidents showing no sign of slowing down police are warning potential offenders they may be committing a public order offence.
What impact is this alarming craze having on your children? Are they frightened to go out? Are they discussing it with their friends?
We'd love to hear your views. Can you email us a short video to email@example.com or call us on 02078277013 with your contact details by 8pm tonight.
With the breaking news that Matt and Luke Goss from Bros are set to reunite for their 30th Anniversary, we want to see some fan pics from some of their most devoted followers.
Got a picture with the original band? Send us a picture and a short description about where you met them and you might feature on tomorrow's show.
Get in touch with us with your contact details at firstname.lastname@example.org by 8pm tonight, October 5th.
This year marks 30 years since crooner Chris De Burgh released his most famous hit, Lady In Red, and we want to hear your version of the karaoke favourite. The song shot to No1 in 47 countries at the time.
Chris himself will be joining us on the couch tomorrow morning to talk about his greatest hit and his new album.
To have your version shown to Chris, film a clip of yourself singing some lines into your phone and send it to email@example.com by 8pm 22 September 2016 and your footage may be used on the show.
This week we'll be talking to a couple who are travelling the world with their children rather than giving them a conventional education. Claiming they couldn't find a school good enough for their four and six-year-old sons, the mum and dad have instead chosen a controversial type of learning called 'global unschooling'.
What do you think? Do you agree with them that it's unethical for their children to be forced into a school if they don't want them to be there? Or are they setting up their children for a life of difficulty ahead?
Following on from the Austrian teenager who's suing her parents for images they posted of her as a baby on Facebook, we want to hear from you.
Are you a teenager who has had enough of embarrassing posts on social media by your parents? Or a parent who isn't sorry about your penchant for oversharing pictures and information about your children online?
Get in contact and tell us how you feel at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact number and 'Sharenting' in the subject line before 8pm on Monday 19th 2016.