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Sugar danger: Avoiding the pitfalls of hidden sugar in everyday products such as diet alternatives and fruit drinks. How do you keep your kids away from the stuff?
Turning 30: Career, marriage, kids - is the pressure on to have it all by the time we're 30? And what were the highlights of your third decade?
Foreign Aid workers: What drives these remarkable people to put their lives on the line in the pursuit of democracy for all? And in the wake of recent events, should we now be stopping them?
We welcome another of our new panellists, Penny Lancaster plus...
Monday 15 Sept: Spandau Ballet
Tuesday 16 Sept: Omid Djalili
Wednesday 17 Sept:
Thursday 18 Sept: TBC
Friday 19 Sept: June Whitfield and Gino D'Acampo
Mischief and mayhem ensued on today's show as Keith Lemon joined the Loose ladies. Not only did he briefly take over as director, but also surprised Nadia with a special 'Through the keyhole' in filmed in secret at her house. Her reaction was priceless!
Plus Lorraine Pascale popped by to tell us about her mission to get the nation cooking!
Missed the show? Catch in again on ITVplayer
Model, mum and chef; Lorraine Pascale really is superwomen in our eyes! So we can't wait to catch up with her over a cuppa later today.
Plus...watch out! Keith Lemon’s about and sure to brighten up everyone’s Friday and he talks about the new series of ‘Through The Keyhole’
Join us live on ITV from 12.30pm.
60 is the new 40: When it comes to fashion is there an age cap on style? Not according to a new poll!
Romantic gestures: what's the most romantic thing your other half has ever done?
Charity publicity stunts: The ice bucket craze, runs, treks and crazy challenges - has charity fundraising reached its limit? Or should we always be looking for the next big thing in the pursuit for raising awareness?
Today we were well and truly spoilt; not only did Katie Piper join us as a guest presenter, but Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall also popped by for a chat, winning us all over with his delicious muffins (including one for every audience member...isn't he LOVELY!).
But it was our tiny, fluffy guest who well and truly stole the show today. The latest addition to the Sawalha - Chi Chi Panda Pup! The audience 'oohed' and 'aahed' and everyone wanted cuddles.
What a lucky bunch we are to spend our lunchtime chatting with friends, munching on muffins and cuddling puppies!
If you missed today's show DO head over to our ITVplayerto catch it again.
Plus Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall pops by with baked treats to talk about his new book and latest ventures.
Morning sickness in men - the rare syndrome that sees our partners suffering the same way that we do. Has this happened during your pregnancy?
Bye bye boobies - have we seen the last of Page 3 models?
Squirrel Pie - the latest gastronomic craze...would you try one?
That's right, the one and only Sir Roger Moore joined us today, sweeping the ladies off their feet (as any good James Bond does) with his charm and engaging stories. We could've listened to him for hours about his incredible 70 year career in showbiz, but as ever ran out of time!
Watch the show again on our ITVplayer as he talks the Bond years, his work with UNICEF, and his latest book, Last Man Standing .
Join Ruth Langsford, Coleen Nolan, Janet Street-Porter and Jamelia for another dose of news, celebrity and topical debates. Plus the charming and dapper Sir Roger Moore drops by to talk about his new book - Last Man Standing - the bond years and his work with UNICEF.
DEMENTIA: Should the NHS be footing the bills when it comes to caring for loved ones?
HOT TUB BRITAIN: Now an affordable luxury for all, why are hot tubs the 'must have' garden accessory? And do you have one?
I-WATCH: The latest must have gadget, but is it worth but money?
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