Sean meets the inspirational mum of two, Kate Spicer, who has survived bowel cancer and her family. He joins Kate's husband Neil on a training run as they both prepare for the London Marathon. They're raising money for the charity Beating Bowel Cancer in memory of Sean's mum who died nine years ago from the disease.
If you have any worries or concerns about bowel cancer - you can call the Beating Bowel Cancer Nurse Helpline number - 020 8973 0011.
Major engineering works on parts of the rail network and an estimated 16 million cars on the roads could bring the country to a virtual standstill as the great Easter getaway takes hold.
Trains running from Manchester and the North West are being diverted via Sheffield to Kings Cross and St Pancras because Euston is closed, and services to the beaches in the South West are also severely affected. Coach and bus provider National Express say they're expecting a record breaking Easter and are putting on 32,000 extra coach seats to help ease the problems caused by rail works.
Is it the end of the road for the full English breakfast? New rules state that from today, cafe and restaurant owners can only call their cooked breakfast 'Full English' if all the ingredients are produced in England. The same also applies to Welsh, Irish and Scottish breakfasts.
We speak to restaurant and cafe owners to find out how they think it will affect trade.
One in five young professionals in the UK consider themselves to have a drinking problem, a survey has found
Rurik Jutting is due to appear before magistrates in Hong Kong to make a plea on his murder charge. He is accused of killing 25-year-old Sumarti Ningsih and another woman whose name has not been revealed in court
The number of takeaway outlets has significantly increased over the last 20 years, particularly in the poorest areas - and is likely to be a factor in why people living in such places are often overweight, a study has suggested
After our chat with Rachel Treweek, the Archdeacon of Hackney about the meaning of Easter, Kate thought she'd try the church-approved Easter egg. With smashing results!
Coupon queen Jennifer Drew is surely one of the UK's savviest shoppers. The frugal mother of one estimates that her coupon-collecting saves her an average of £70 a week on food.
She says she can't imagine a life without coupons now, and cannot understand why more people don't use them, she joins us on GMB to share her money-saving tips!