On Friday's show it's all about the FREE-kend!
It's the weekend when we're most skint after Christmas ahead of next week's payday. So we want to know you'll be doing to entertain yourself that doesn't cost a penny. Will you be watching your favourite DVD? Playing football with the kids? Perhaps you'll decide this is the chance for a clear out. Whatever you're planning let us know.
Meanwhile, if you're short of your own ideas you can try these:
Labour say David Cameron is to blame for this winter's A&E crisis - and insist new figures show how bad it has been.
They say there have been 1,042 ambulances in queues per day compared to 609 last winter (up 71%) and the number of NHS beds unavailable due to delayed transfers of care is up by 26 per cent (from 140,592 to 178,468).
Two hundred operations are cancelled each day and waiting times are rising across the board, according to an authoritative report which warns that the NHS is now in critical condition.
Patients face even longer waits as many hospitals predict they will run out of money within months, with problems spreading well beyond accident and emergency units.
As the latest A&E figures for England are published, we take a snapshot around the country to see how the nations are coping.
After the news that teachers in the Pakistan region are to be armed following the terror attack on a school that killed 150 people, boxer Amir Khan joins us to tell us about the work he has been doing in the community there, encouraging youngsters to continue with their education.
Twice as many dogs are being abandoned because the Internet has made shopping for a pet too easy.
The Dogs Trust says 174 dogs were brought in over Christmas, twice the usual number.