First Blind Date wedding couple join us

I think she was quite proud of the fact that she had created us!

– Alex Tatham

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."

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Foster services in crisis as migrant kids need homes

We've experienced young people as young as 12 seeking asylum. They are extremely vulnerable and at risk of exploitation.

– Bernie Gibson from Compass Fostering

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.

Roger Black on athletics doping scandal

This is big numbers. It's extraordinary and very, very damaging.

– Roger Black

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.

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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.

– Roger Black explains the reason for doping

Christopher Biggins mourns good pal Cilla Black

In a way now she's there with Bobby having a glass of champagne and saying good luck to us all

– Christopher Biggins on Cilla Black

TV personality Christopher Biggins joined us this morning to pay an emotional tribute to his good friend Cilla Black on today's show.

Christopher - who worked alongside Cilla on Surprise, Surprise - revealed he last spoke to the 72-year-old 10 days ago where they had planned a holiday to Barbados together in September.

While incredible sad, Christopher, who was aware of Cilla's arthritis and hearing problems, was heartened to know she is now at peace with her beloved husband Bobby Willis who died 16 years ago.

Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Singer, television star, wife, mother, grandmother - she touched the hearts of millions. Today we pay tribute to Cilla Black.

  2. Police reinforcements managed to block another surge of migrants from entering the Channel tunnel overnight...but most are still determined to get to Britain.

  3. The children's charity Barnardo's has received three million pounds in funding to tackle child sex abuse in Rotherham.

  4. Europe's biggest bank HSBC has just announced its profits were up by 10 per cent in the first half of this year at £8.7billion

  5. The government says it will introduce changes to the energy market to allow families to switch suppliers within 24 hours by 2018, to help bring prices down.

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Stars pay their respects to Cilla Black

Much-loved television presenter and singer Cilla Black died in her home in Spain today aged 72, her publicist has confirmed.

Celebrities took to their social media pages to share their condolences and memories of the star, including fellow Liverpudlians and former Beatles Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr and film star Russell Crowe.

Sir Paul said: "It was a privilege to know and love her".

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We meet the endangered animals in Britain

Their distinctive rhino horns are worth some £60,000 a kilo on the black market in Asia which is why they are so threatened.

– Helen Pearson on the black rhinos

After the brutal killing of world famous Cecil the lion, we take a look at the beautiful, endangered animals that we have here in Britain.

Helen Pearson is live at Chester Zoo - one of the major conservation centres in the UK - to meet some gorgeous black rhinos.

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