Sinitta talks Bushtrucker Trials in the jungle!

Sinitta joins us on Good Morning Britain to chat about her time in the I'm A Celebrity jungle and having to face numerous Bushtucker Trials!

Sinitta went into the jungle in November 2011 - she joined on day three and had to walk over a high wire and sleep in a dark cave for the night just to enter the jungle!

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Rafe's getting Santa in his new festive film

Rafe poses by the Good Morning Britain lifts

British actor Rafe Spall joins us to talk about his latest festive film Get Santa in which he tries to save Christmas when Santa ends up on the run!

The film is a family adventure about how nine year-old Tom (played by newcomer Kit Connor) reconnects with his beloved, but estranged ex-con father Steve, played by Rafe. Tom convinces Steve that Santa Claus (Jim Broadbent) has crash-landed in London just days before Christmas and needs their help to get back to Lapland in time to deliver his presents worldwide on Christmas Eve.

Rafe's starred in numerous big blockbuster films from Life of Pi to Sean of the Dead and Hot Fuzz with Simon Pegg - he's also got a rather famous dad - Timothy Spall!

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Emmerdale waves goodbye to Sammy Winnard

According to today's papers, Sammy Winward is quitting Emmerdale after playing Katie Addyman for 13 years.

She joined Emmerdale in 2001 as Andy Sugden's girlfriend, and after numerous affairs and a second marriage, she's come full circle as the childhood sweethearts are back together.

But as we say bye to Sammy there's good news for Doctor Who fans... have we seen a change of heart from Jenna Coleman? Gabby Roslin has more.

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'I want to ask them face to face why they did it'

I'm feeling a lot stronger now, the family have pulled together.

– Paul Kohler

A father of four, attacked by four Polish criminals with a history of violence in their own country, says he doesn't want to demonise immigrants.

Paul Kohler insists that despite being battered by the men who threatened his family he is grateful to the Polish community for helping to bring them to justice. Some of the images you're about to see may be distressing.

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