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.
I looked forward to eating my bit of toothpaste each day
A student has survived for eight nights on a mountain in Turkey by eating insects and sheltering in a cave.
David Mackie, 21, from Nottinghamshire, and his two Dutch friends went missing after bad weather and flooding in the Antalya area.
Mr Mackie, who is studying in Istanbul, was found on Monday and airlifted to hospital. He has no serious injuries.
I just wish to reiterate and to reaffirm the statements which have already been made on my behalf by Buckingham Palace.
The Duke of York has spoken out publicly for the first time to deny allegations he had sex with an underage teenager.
Andrew, looking resolute and calm, said he wanted to "reiterate and reaffirm" Buckingham Palace statements dismissing accusations, made in US court documents, that he had sex with a woman on three separate occasions when she was a minor.
Lawyers acting for Virginia Roberts, a mother-of-three now in her 30s, have filed a letter in a Florida court addressed to the duke at Buckingham Palace, asking him to take part in a two-hour interview.
Speaking to leading figures from the worlds of politics and business at the World Economic Forum in the Swiss resort of Davos Andrew said: "Firstly I think I must, (and) want, for the record to refer to the events that have taken place in the last few weeks and I just wish to reiterate and to reaffirm the statements which have already been made on my behalf by Buckingham Palace."
After the news that teachers in the Pakistan region are to be armed following the terror attack on a school that killed 150 people, boxer Amir Khan joins us to tell us about the work he has been doing in the community there, encouraging youngsters to continue with their education.
Twice as many dogs are being abandoned because the Internet has made shopping for a pet too easy.
The Dogs Trust says 174 dogs were brought in over Christmas, twice the usual number.
Now it's time to toughen up! 1930s style borstals are back, at least in the form of a new TV experiment.
The show follows a group of young troublemakers and sees them being whipped back into shape thanks to the use of no-nonsense, old school methods.
We speak to Jenny Molloy, Matron in Borstal and Casey Spence who walked out of Borstal last week but is now back on the show.