Nice slippers Ranvir!

Good spot from an eagle eyed Ben Shephard who noticed that Ranvir had her slippers on under the news desk today!

She said she'd been wearing heels all week and needed a rest - and that she'd sneaked them out of her hotel! Naught girl!

25 years of Reeves and Mortimer!

Good stories you see, this one this coming Monday is about a moth.

– Vic Reeves on why House of Fools has performed so well...

Comedy duo Vic and Bob join us to talk about the second series of sitcom House of Fools and celebrating 25 years of Reeves and Mortimer.

The series merges Vic and Bob's blend of rapid-fire jokes and surrealist wit with a sitcom format. Vic and Bob will soon celebrate 25 years together - first working together on Vic Reeves' Big Night Out which debuted on May 25 1990. The pair say they don't have any plans to celebrate but joke that they may play Glastonbury!

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Bob Mortimer and Vic Reeves

Woof woof... Meet the Scruffts prized pooches!

Bourbon the dog tries out the doggy dream home

Everyone loves an underdog, which is why the Scruffts dog awards are so popular. They started 15 years ago to honour the pooches that didn't meet the pedigree standard - so we sent correspondent Nick Dixon down there to take a look at the prize pooches.

Later today six crossbreed dogs will be competing for The Scruffts Family Crossbreed of the Year competition, and just for you we've a gallery of the greatest lookers we could find!

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Bourbon the dog

Being a mum was 'the most important' thing

I can’t imagine not being a mum and thats first and foremost.

– Dame Julie Andrews on motherhood

In the third part of her interview with Kate Garraway, Dame Julie Andrews discusses motherhood and why she can't imagine not ever being a mum.

Speaking about her other job as mother, she said: "I love being a mum and I think every mum who has a job and kids is a saint". Dame Julie Andrews celebrates 50 years of one of her most popular films The Sound of Music this week .

Dame Julie Andrews: I thought my debut would be a 'flash in the pan'

Dame Julie Andrews: 'I had some garbage to get rid of'

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11-year-old-boy dresses up as Christian Grey

The cable ties he had were tiny little Christmas ties I use for Christmas decorations.

– Mum Nicola Scholes on her son's fancy dress costume

Fifty Shades of Grey has been a huge hit in the box office and the main character, Christian Grey, has an army of fans. But would you dress your child up as him and send him to school?

That's what one Manchester mum did yesterday, she helped her 11 year -old son dress up as the character with a dark side for World Book Day. Talking to Good Morning Britain mum Nicola Scholes said it was Liam's idea and that she'd rather buy him a new suit than a cartoon character's costume - so was thinking long term.

Liam said "with the character being so big and popular over the last few years", he continued, "he's everywhere and it's all the girls talk about."

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Are you more like your dad or your mum?

Baby Kate Garraway with her parents

New research shows that whether you're a man or a woman, you are most likely to take after your Dad.

Scientists have found that although we inherit equal amounts of genes from our parents, those from our father are more dominant. It's hoped the findings could help explain development of disease and find treatments.

We want to know what you think - what characteristics have you got from your parents? Are you more like your dad or your mum?

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