The first of the Girls Aloud stars to have a baby, Nadine Coyle, is over from her home in the US to perform as part of Michael Flatley's Riverdance Tour and will be joining us live to tell us all about working with the legend and life in America.
Phones 4U administration help – plus the usual deals including free days out in London, Scotland and Wales, ‘free’ £4 - £5 Lego, and from £15 unlimited day travel on London Midland – these are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ deals of the week.
Have you ever had a mishap because you were so distracted by your mobile phone? Whether it was walking into a lamp post, tripping over your dog or spilling coffee down yourself before a big date, we want to know how your phone has gotten you into trouble!
MND is a condition that has had huge public attention following the Ice Bucket Challenge. Today the charity behind it announces how much they've made exclusively on GMB - £6.8 million!
Meanwhile, Charlotte Hawkins shares her personal experience of MDN - her elderly father is fighting the life-changing disease.
We also meet 29-year-old Charlie Fletcher, who was diagnosed at the unusually young age of 26.
It's Election Day for the Scottish Referendum today, with voting across the region starting at 7am and closing at 10pm, when counting begins at 32 regional centres.
The eyes of the world will be on her but you probably don't know who she is - Sue Jameson meets Mary Pitcaithly, the woman who will announce to the world whether Scotland remains part of the United Kingdom on Friday morning.
Next month's ending of the need to display a car tax disc could lead to tax evasion costing the economy £167 million a year, according to the RAC
Decision day has arrived for Scotland, with voters north of the border going to the polls today to determine if the country should remain part of the United Kingdom or not
One of Britain's leading weight loss surgeons has hit out at coffee shop chains that are filling NHS hospital patients full of unhealthy snacks and drinks while they're being treated.
We'll be speaking to Dr Sally Norton, a leading surgeon from Bristol, who says it's madness to fill hospitals with cafes selling cakes, biscuits and fattening fizzy drinks when we're fighting an obesity epidemic.
Do you agree with Dr Sally? Should hospitals be serving up healthier options?