On Monday's Good Morning Britain Andrew Parker, the father of murdered reporter Alison Parker and Chris Hurst, her boyfriend, join us live from their Virginia studio in their first UK television interview.
Andrew will tell us about his gun control crusade to toughen up gun laws and Chris will tell us what Alison was like and the effect this tragedy has had on him, her friends, family and colleagues.
Earlier this week the WDJB reporter was shot and killed live on air during an interview by a former colleague. She had just turned 24 and had recently moved in with Chris, who says they planned to marry. Cameraman Adam Ward also died in the attack.
Tune in to GMB at 7.10am and 8.10 tomorrow to find out how Andrew and Chris are coping with their huge loss and how they will keep her memory alive.
When is a child old enough to own a mobile phone? We're looking for parents who have children aged ten or under who have their own smartphone and would like to discuss why they feel they are old enough.
Are you one of the thousands of people left without your salary this weekend due to an IT glitch by HSBC bank? How has it affected you? Has it left you with no money for the weekend? Does it mean you are going to have to change your bank holiday plans? We'd like to hear from you if you are one of those affected.
Many children will be dreading returning to school because they are being bullied. Is your child one of them? Have they confided in you about the problem and what action have you taken? Was the school able to help? Maybe you were bullied yourself at school? What impact did it have on you?
Lizzie Jones, who lost her husband Danny Jones to a heart problem, will sing Abide With Me to a stadium of packed rugby fans at the Challenge Cup Final. Wales international Danny died from a heart problem after collapsing during a match against London Skolars in May. He was only 29-years-old.
Lizzie, a professional singer, will lead a tribute to her husband before Hull Kingston Rovers face Leeds Rhinos. A trust fund set up by the Rugby Football League Benevolent Fund to secure the futures of the Jones's children - eight-month old twins Bobby and Phoebe - has received donations of more than £230,000.
Meningitis B vaccines will be offered to babies as young as two months from the beginning of September. For one family though, this vaccine comes too late. We spoke to Ellie-Mae and her Mum Kelly Mellor about the life changing effects of the disease.
Ellie-Mae was about to turn one when she contracted the deadly disease. She lost both her legs and an arm but survived thanks to the hard work of doctors. Mum Kelly urged every parent to get their child vaccinated.