After a month of anticipation and hours pouring over pages we finally reviewed our first Loose Books pick this lunchtime. From the plot and themes, to the storyline and characters, we left no stone unturned with 'The Girl On The Train' as we got views from our women, an MOD wives book club in Wales, our audience and author Paula Hawkins!
But what was the verdict?
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Presenter, animal lover and comedian extraordinaire, Paul O'Grady had us laughing until we cried this lunchtime!
With his ITV show coming soon to a TV near you we caught up with one of our favourite fellas and talked thuggish owls, being back on the box and whether we might see the return of Lily Savage...
Former Slade rocker, godfather of glam and national treasure, Noddy Holder, has been at the epicentre of British pop culture since he stormed on to the music scene in the 1960s.
With a reported 3 billion people across the globe listening to his christmas single every year, it's quite possible that Noddy is one of the most recognisable men on the planet. He told us why he's still not sick of the song after 42 years in the charts...
Noddy's new book 'Life Lessons Learned In And Out Of Rock ‘N’ Roll’ is out on paperback now.
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Hearts have been melting across the Loose team all week as we've been having secret snuggles with Coleen's latest addition, Mica.
Recently adopted by Coleen as part of ITV's new show Give A Pet A Home, the four month old Yorkshire terrier now has a firm place on our morning planning team (by that we mean we drink tea and get totally distracted by her cuteness).
Now, they say never work with children or animals, and here's why...
Our lovely colleagues at GMB are looking forward to celebrating their 1st anniversary soon - where has that year gone? Here breakfast TV Queen, Susanna Reid tells us how she copes with the early morning sand what it's like taming guest presenter Piers Morgan.
He's like a force of nature...it's like sitting next to a mini tornado...