As players prepare for the second day of Wimbledon, fans all over the UK are getting excited for Andy Murray's first match of this year's tournament.
The atmosphere is hotting up and so is the weather. Murray features third (he is expected to play at 6pm) on Centre Court later today and he's up against Mikhail Kukushkin, who is ranked 59 in the world.
Time will quite literally stand still overnight. An extra sliver of time - a leap second - is being added to the clocks around the world to adjust to the inaccuracy of the spinning Earth. The pause will take place just before midnight tonight.
So how are you going to use your extra second today? An extra moment's sleep? Say a vowel out loud?
The Education Secretary tells schools, satisfactory is not good enough. Is this putting teachers and students under unnecessary pressure?
Over 1.9 Million historic criminal records spanning over 150 years have been published online on Findmypast.co.uk for the first time revealing that GMB's presenter Kate Garraway had a criminal relative.
The records from The National Archives provide fascinating details of the crimes, punishment and prison standards in England and Wales. Spanning 1779-1936, they allow you to discover villains and victims in your family history and piece together their journey through the criminal system.
Kate's great great uncle was arrested for disorderly conduct and can be seen in his mugshot, taken in 1884. But does disorderly behaviour run in the family? We couldn't possibly comment...
I get to do some proper acting, which I think you'll be impressed by.
Writer, comedian, director and actor Stephen Merchant joins us to talk about treading the boards in the play The Mentalists.
Written by Richard Bean, the award-winning writer of Made In Dagenham, the play is about two men who are holed up in a Finsbury Park hotel room and forced to confront the darker side of their unique relationship.
Wimbledon mania is in full swing from today and we're joined there by Jamie Delgado - friend of Andy Murray and a former British number three player.
Plus, Sean speaks to mother and son Linda and Nathan Watt who are just mad about Wimbledon. Linda's been a line judge since 1988 and carried on working through her pregnancy and it must have rubbed off because now Nathan is also a line judge!
I wish nobody to go through what I saw on that beach.
Extraordinary stories of survival are emerging in the aftermath of Friday's Tunisian terror attack, which claimed the lives of at least 30 British holidaymakers. We're joined this morning by two sets of survivors.
Ellie Makin from Ripon and her friend Debbie Horsfall, both 22, were on sunbeds next to the gunman. As Ellie turned to her right she saw him take out the AK47 and start shooting. If he had turned left they would be dead.
The women join us to talk about the ordeal and we also go live to Coventry to speak to Ross Thompson and Rebecca Smith, who both suffered shrapnel wounds after being trapped in a hotel corridor as grenades were thrown at them.