Are school run parents the most selfish drivers?

Are you fed up of the double parking, dangerous driving and parking on double yellows with hazard lights flashing that goes on when parents drop their little ones off at school?

Have you ever had a stand up row with a school run parent over their dangerous driving or thoughtless parking?

We went to find out what it's like on the roads and why the school run routinely turns into a race against time.

Plus Danni Woods, who was injured in a car crash by a school run mum, and MP Gisela Stuart join us

Let us know and we may use your comments on the show! Get in touch via Twitter and Facebook or email gmb@itv.com by 8am on 20 November and your comments may be used on air. You must be 18 and over, for full terms and conditions visit itv.com/terms.

Paul O'Grady hates selfies - are you over them too?

Paul O'Grady

TV star Paul O'Grady says the whole selfie photo craze has got ridiculous.

We'd love to hear your views on the matter. Also do you have any selfies with Paul O'Grady or perhaps another celebrity?.

If you could send us your name and a contact number with your pictures, it would be greatly appreciated.

Get in touch via Twitter and Facebook or email gmb@itv.com by 8am on 20 November and your pictures and comments may be used on air. You must be 18 and over, for full terms and conditions visit itv.com/terms.

Twenty years of the National Lottery

Today is the 20th anniversary of the National Lottery, it's created 3,600 millionaires or multi-millionaires, and handed out £53 billion to the public, raising £32 billion for good causes.

Today we talk to the winners and losers and those who have gone from rags to riches and riches to rags and we want to hear from you - what are your winning lottery numbers? Share your secret formulas with us!

What would you send to the moon?

A new mission to the Moon has been announced by a British-led consortium. Lunar Mission One plans to land a robotic probe within 10 years and drill into the surface to see if a permanent human base can be established.

The 500 million pound cost would be funded by public donations, in return, people will be able to have photos, text and their DNA included in a time capsule buried under the lunar surface.

We'd love to know what you'd send to the moon as part of a time capsule. Perhaps pictures of your wedding day? Your child's first tooth? Or - as someone in our office suggested a lock of hair so you can be recreated using futuristic technology!

Get in touch via Twitter and Facebook or email gmb@itv.com by 8am on 19 November and your comments may be used on air. You must be 18 and over, for full terms and conditions visit itv.com/terms.

The changing face of the family unit

The British family has changed enormously over the last few years.

– The Telegraph's parenting journalist Sally Peck

A major study of 4,000 Britons has revealed new behaviours, attitudes and values, proving the traditional 2.4 family is now a thing of the past.

Today typical families can consist of second marriages, gay partnerships, stepchildren, boomerang kids and grandparents. 'Family' is now an idea not an institution and nearly 20% of people even include their friends when defining their family unit.

We spoke to The Telegraph's parenting journalist Sally Peck.