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Caroline Catz is back on our screens in DCI Banks tonight!

They were so sweet and really happy to meet the cast and see the set

– Caroline on Charles and Camilla's visit to the set this summer

Tonight, Caroline Catz returns in her fourth role as a policewoman in DCI Banks.

She joined us today to talk about the "dramatic" new series, her future with Doc Martin, and new film, Chick Lit, which opens on Friday.

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Risking her life to free girls enslaved by so-called Islamic State

I have a bit of a slogan that if someone's hungry, I feed them. I don't care if they're Arab, Kurd, Yazidi, if they're hungry I feed them.

– Mother-of-three Rachel Miller

We meet the mum of three who's raised thousands of pounds and entered into dangerous territory to negotiate the release of young Yazidi victims.

Rachel Miller from Nottingham has dedicated her life to helping refugees - especially vulnerable women and girls who've been captured by so-called Islamic State.

She's funded the release of nine captive Yazidi women and helped countless more.

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Watch the trailer for Raymond Briggs's Ethel and Ernest

Check out the trailer for the animated version of Raymond Briggs's graphic novel Ethel and Ernest. It's a heartwarming true story that documents the life and times of a very special couple, Raymond's parents.

No stranger to the sentimental and uplifting, Raymond's previous films include iconic Christmas hits The Snowman and Father Christmas. Ethel and Ernest is due for initial release in cinemas across the county in October and then will go on TV around the Christmas period.

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Josie Gibson on how young girls are striving for 'fake perfection'

When you're constantly being put down you want to do something about it

– Josie Gibson

Former Big Brother winner and fitness entrepreneur Josie Gibson joined Children's Commissioner Anne Longfield on the GMB sofa to discuss the worrying effect social media is having on young girls. She said many are striving for a "fake perfection" that is unachievable in real life and that there is "so much pressure" to look good.

One in seven girls aged 10-15 are unhappy with their lives

A report from the Children's Society reveals that a third of young girls in the UK are anxious about their appearance and more than a quarter of a million girls in Britain are unhappy with their lives. Ranvir and Charlotte quiz the Children's Commissioner Anne Longfield about the worrying results.

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Maternity discrimination on the rise

It shouldn't have any place in the 21st century where women are frightened to tell their employer they're pregnant for fear of losing their jobs

– Angela Rayner MP - Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities

In the last ten years the number of women forced to leave their job due to pregnancy discrimination has more than doubled. The Women and Equalities Committee is now calling for employers to be banned from making women redundant during and after pregnancy. They also are asking to reduce the amount it costs (£1,200) for employment tribunal fees.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Today the Prime Minister calls the Cabinet to Chequers to pitch an exit strategy from Europe. MPs are gathering at the Prime Minister's country house for what could be their most important cabinet meeting yet - as Theresa May hints towards triggering Article 50, and inevitably leaving the European Union. Over the summer ministers were asked by Mrs May to begin Britain's Brexit plans by outlining what they see as "opportunities" for their department.

  2. Singer Chris Brown has been arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after a stand-off with police at his home in Los Angeles. The troubled former-boyfriend of Rihanna has a history violence and misdemeanours.

  3. The Government faces calls for stronger workplace protections, as new mothers say they face more injustice now than a decade ago. With record numbers of women in work, a new report says discrimination against pregnant employees is at shocking levels. The Women and Equalities Committee is demanding the government take action.

  4. A report from the Children's Society reveals that a third of young girls in the UK are anxious about their appearance and more than a quarter of a million girls in Britain are unhappy with their lives. The government is now being asked to take action to improve children's happiness as the report highlights a clear link between unhappiness and mental health problems

  5. A recent survey for the Dogs Trust found 73% of people come across dog mess in their local area at least once a week. With local council's receiving over 81,000 complaints, the Dogs Trust and Keep Britain Tidy are set to tackle the issue with the The Big Scoop campaign that encourages dog owners to pick up after their dog.