I don’t think the public wanted to see my in swimming trunks anymore so this year I actually wrote a children’s book!
Comic and author David Walliams joined us live from Kenya to launch this year's Red Nose Day campaign.
He wants to provide help and hope to the 20,000 homeless children living in Kisumu, Kenya’s third largest city.
David also revealed he still hasn’t received his National Television Award for Best TV Judge after Simon Cowell picked it up for him last week.
“I’ve got a feeling I’m never going to get that National TV Award he’s probably already scratched my name off it and put his name on it!”
He later joked: “It’s a great feeling mainly because Simon Cowell didn’t win it - he got really desperate in the last few days before the voting closed and started tweeting pictures of his dog saying ‘please vote for my daddy’ and he said he was going to adopt some kittens if he won… And he still didn’t win! Mwahahaha!”
There is nothing more satisfying than popping bubblewrap!
It's not only Australia Day, it's also National Bubblewrap Appreciation Day!
Apparently popping the plastic air bubbles is so satisfying it's the equivalent of having a massage for 33 MINUTES.
Our presenters had an unual way of popping the plastic this morning - having a ride on a BUBBLE WRAP BIKE.
You might want to keep you're ears covered to watch the video above.
"The bubble popping makes me feel good!" Laura said.
I can't describe the way it made me feel!
A young mum who was handed a letter branding her a 'credit to her generation' for her mothering skills on a train, along with a £5 note to buy a drink, is looking for the chivalrous stranger.
Sammie Welch was on a train from Birmingham to Plymouth when the charming man left her a letter of praise.
Sammie and three-year old son Rylan joined us on the sofa to talk about the heart-warming and emotional experience.
They make sure your partner will never find out you have spoken to anyone so you feel completely safe
Clare's Law has led to the abusive pasts of more than 1,300 violent partners being revealed - less than a year after it was rolled out nationally, figures reveal today.
The law allows police to disclose information about a partner's previous history of domestic violence or violent acts. Two women are killed every week by a current or former partner.
We're joined by Simone Moss who found out that her boyfriend had a violent past.
She said: 'He was very full on very quickly, wanted to control me and texting me constantly.
'There was an incident where I found unconscious by the side of the road. That was enough to make me look further into my suspicions. Even though he denied it something inside me was saying it wasn't right.
'My friend told me about Clare's Law and spoke to the police. I discovered he had been involved in domestic abuse for years going back to the 80s.'
It's Australia Day, and Sean has travelled 10,000 miles to the other side of the world in search of some sunshine and to say G'Day from Down Under on a week-long tour there. He kicks off in Queensland's stunning Gold Coast.
Today, Sean will be joining British families being reunited with loved ones who have moved to Australia.
Downing Street says it's going to review its security procedures after a hoax caller was put through to the Prime Minister.
The caller claimed to be Robert Hannigan, the director of intelligence agency GCHQ.
Earlier Mr Hannigan had been contacted on his mobile by the hoax caller.
Sue Jameson is at Downing Street and security expert Will Geddes joined us on the sofa.
Financial fears grow in Europe as Greece votes for a far left government, sparking speculation about the future of the eurozone
We'll be asking comic and author David Walliams how it feels to be crowned the nation's favourite TV judge and finding out why his new book is particularly close to his heart.