This morning we meet Linda Tomlinson and her daughter Lisa Arthur whose appearance on Surprise Surprise ranks in the most memorable on the show. When Lisa was just 16 she wrote to Cilla to tell her about how her mum's souvenir shop had been broken into and all her Bee Gees memorabilia had been stolen. But, not only did Linda get to meet Cilla, she also met the Bee Gees on the programme back in 1994!
We take a look back at the amazing experience as a nation mourns the much-loved television presenter who warmed the nation's heart every Sunday.
She'd say, "Come on Adam, take your fairy godmother home"
The late Cilla Black was always known for her personal generosity, but it's not quite so well known that she did life-saving charity work with the Buckinghamshire-based Scannappeal, which provides medical equipment.
We talk to breast cancer survivor Tina Reid to find out more about how the equipment Cilla helped to fund and also hear from her former chauffeur Adam Harding-Jones, who says Cilla became like a mother figure to him.
I told them my son couldn't breathe. That should have been the first sign for them to send an ambulance, but they didn't.
A five-year-old boy has died from meningitis after a mix-up between the 999 ambulance operator and the NHS 111 non-emergency service.
Yusuf Abdismad's motherSofia Mohammed called 999 for an ambulance only to be told to hang up and dial 111. By the time an ambulance finally arrived, Yusuf was in cardiac arrest. During the call to 111, Sofia Mohammed said her son was not breathing but the call-handler continued to ask questions rather than dispatching a paramedic immediately.
If in doubt, you can't take chances
St Pancras coroner Mary Hassell was so alarmed that she issued Prevention of Future Death orders to the London Ambulance Service and the NHS 111 provider, London Central and West Unscheduled Care Collaborative.
We speak to Sofia about what happened and Dr Hilary Jones joins us to tell us why seconds really do count when it comes to emergency calls.
More than 147,000 pupils in Scotland will be poised to find out how they fared in their Higher and National 4 and 5 qualifications today
A murder investigation has been launched after the body of a woman was found following a house fire on the outskirts of west Belfast
US President Barack Obama is due to unveil what he called "the biggest, most important step we have ever taken" in tackling climate change
I think she was quite proud of the fact that she had created us!
Sue and Alex Tatham, the first couple to get married after meeting on TV show Blind Date, join us to discuss the sad death of their matchmaker Cilla Black.
Cilla was even a guest of honour at the couple's traditional church wedding in 1991 - three years after being introduced on the show.
The whole ceremony was filmed for a special edition of the programme.
Sue said: "She played a big part of our lives from the start. She was very encouraging and supportive and often asked how things were going. She was thrilled when we announced our engagement. It was great that she was at the wedding."
Australian daredevil Robbie Maddison has achieved the incredible feat of riding huge waves in Tahiti on a MOTORBIKE.
He spent two years learning to ride on water and building the bike which was fitted with a pair of skis, airbags and special tyres.
Robbie - who was Daniel Craig's stunt double in Skyfall - described it as a "near-death experience."
We've experienced young people as young as 12 seeking asylum. They are extremely vulnerable and at risk of exploitation.
Police reinforcements managed to block another surge of migrants from entering the Channel tunnel overnight but most are still determined to get to Britain.
However it's emerged social services and fostering agencies in Kent are struggling to cope as hundreds of migrant children are being left at the sides of roads near Dover bewildered and unable to speak English.
The abandoned youngsters - some as young as 12 - are often traumatised after their long journeys across Europe and need to be found a safe place to stay.
This is big numbers. It's extraordinary and very, very damaging.
Athletics is facing a fresh drugs crisis after the results of 12000 blood tests from 5000 athletes appeared to show doping on an extraordinary scale between the years 2001 and 2012.
Leaked information suggests a third of medals in the Olympics and World Championships are won by athletes with suspicious tests.
Olympic silver medallist Roger Black joins us to discuss the issue.
If you blood dope your red blood cells can absorb more oxygen which means you can run for longer and faster. It definitely works, people can recognise that.