ROSS KEMP ON AVOIDING POST TRAUMATIC STRESS WHILE FILMING HIS DANGEROUS DOCUMENTARIES
Ross is used to dangerous reporting from all over the globe in his documentary Extreme World. And today he talked about looking after his mental well being after experiencing traumatic events.
'You sit down and you talk and you listen. The real important thing if you're friends with someone is to listen,' Ross said.
'I talk to Bruno my dog when I get home if every one is in bed. It's about talking and listening. We debrief after the traumatic event. It's a team thing - sounds man and camera man.
'A lot of post traumatic stress comes from people not debriefing immediately after a traumatic event and locking it away and it becomes a bigger and bigger thing.'
'I would say to anyone out there, it may be difficult but start the conversation as soon as possible.
'I don't try and protect my wife - she wants to know what's going on. I've always believed that the more that she's aware the more that she can cope should something goes wrong. Not coming back does cross your mind. It's part of the job.'
And when we asked him if he'd do Strictly Come Dancing, Ross admitted, 'Never say never!'
Watch the video to see the full interview with Ross.
LUKE GOSS ON PAYING TRIBUTE TO GEORGE MICHAEL AND REUNITING WITH HIS BROTHER MATT
Not only did Luke give our Linda Robson a huge smacker on the lips to say hello but we caught up with him about the Bros reunion tour.
And Luke revealed he and Matt will be paying tribute to George Michael who sadly died last year. Luke's wife Shirley Lewis was George's backing singer and will be joining her husband and brother-in-law on stage.
'We're going to do Freedom - Shirley is going to sing with us - and pay tribute to George,' Luke said.
And the future is looking bright for Bros too. 'We've been writing a few things - so watch this space!' Luke revealed.
Luke also explained how losing his mum reunited him with Matt.
Watch the interview to see the full interview and get all the Bros gossip!
NADIA SAWALHA AND DAUGHTER MADDIE TALK ABOUT THE DANGEROUS TRENDS ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND WHAT PARENTS SHOULD LOOK OUT FOR
Nadia was joined by her daughter Maddie to talk about the games and trends on social media - and give parents the heads up about online safety.
With the rise of dangerous online challenges, we believe it's important to start a conversation with your kids about what they do online and on their social media accounts.
Watch the video to see Nadia and Maddie discuss the latest social media trends teenagers and children are trying.
Plus, watch this video for Dr Linda's top tips about cyber bullying, starting a conversation about online safety and staying educated.
LOVE ISLAND'S MONTANA BROWN ON HAVING SEX ON TV AND HER FUTURE WITH ALEX BEATTIE
She was a huge hit of this year's Love Island and Montana joined Andrea, Nadia, Linda and Saira to talk about her time in the villa - and future with boyfriend Alex!
Talking about having sex on TV - something her mum specifically told her NOT to do! - Montana explained, 'I said when I went on that I wouldn’t have sex on camera but when you are in the moment you forget about the cameras.'
'I have zero regrets, I look back on the journey I went on, the people that I bonded with, the people that left and the people that stayed with us and the relationships that you form, boyfriend wise and friendship wise are just so strong.'
'I never thought I would do that and it was something I really did consider but when you are relationship with someone and you spend 24/7 with them. I don’t think a lot of people spend 24/7 with one person for very long and felt right at the time for me at the time when I did it and I don’t regret it.'
And Montana is hoping to fall in love with Alex and spend her future with him, saying, It really shocked me [when he said "I love you"] because I wasn’t expecting it. I take a long time to fall in love with someone. But hopefully that is something to come.'
Watch the video to see what Montana said about Muggy Mike, Camilla and the the other Islanders!
KIDS' ONLINE SAFETY - WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Dr Linda Papadopoulos is here with her top tips to keeping your children safe online.
With the rise of dangerous online challenges encouraging children to self-harm it's important to start a conversation with your kids about what they do online - and make sure they know they can talk to you about any problems or pressure they feel because of social media.
'Have that conversation about what's private and what you should share is important,' Dr Linda says.
Watch the video for Dr Linda's top tips about cyber bullying, starting a conversation about online safety and staying educated.
JADA PINKETT SMITH ON MOVIES, MOTHERHOOD AND MARRIED LIFE
She's starred in Magic Mike XXL, Gotham and Madagascar - and now Jada is smashing box office records with her new, feel good movie Girls Trip.
And Jada joined Coleen, Janet, Stacey and Linda to talk about identity and family life after 20 years of marriage to Will Smith - and ended up being our very own life coach!
On keeping your identity when you become a mum...
'Being a mother, when your kids are very young it's all about them. You kind of lose your focus and you lose your lady mojo.'
Women's roles in Hollywood...
'We have a lot more women behind the scenes in Hollywood. We have a lot more directors, writers, producers and CEOs who understand the female journey and women can be funny - women can be anything. It seems that slowly but surely we're getting the opportunities we deserve.'
Being married to Will Smith...
'We celebrate 20 years of marriage this year. It's incredible for anybody. Secret? I think it's just friendship. You have to be friends. And you have to be able to go off and find your own happiness. You need two people who are willing to come together as happy people. And then you together in your partnership and heighten the happiness. We work hard at it. It's the hardest thing you'll ever do is being married.'
Watch the video to see the full interview with Jada...