Simon Cowell's operatic group Il Divo will be joining us to celebrate their 10th anniversary and Dan Wootton gives us the lowdown on what to watch - and listen to- this weekend.
Plus John Whaite will be making a spooky cobweb cake and Mark Heyes lets us in on the best style steals this week.
Tune in from 8:30am for all this and more with Kate Garraway.
We head to LA for the latest showbiz stories with Ross King - including Miley Cyrus' rather revealing outfit at the star-studded amfAR Inspiration Gala in Los Angeles!
I want to be you when I grow up!
British pop star and former Strictly finalist, Sophie Ellis-Bextor joins Kate to chat about going make-up free in a new campaign for Children In Need, shot by photographer Rankin.
She says: "I love make-up. It's has always been really fun. But we're so used to seeing people with full make-up on, just stripping that back is a different way to see the people that take part. The shoot only took about 10 minutes - much shorter than a normal photoshoot!"
Sophie also revealed she's enjoying Strictly Come Dancing as a fan this year, rather than a contestant.
She said: "It's quite nice to watch it with a smile on my face and not have to remember any dance moves. I loved the training but I always found the Saturday night's so terrifying."
Summer is becoming a distant memory, but if you're not quite ready for full-on winter warmers, Sally's here to embrace autumn with her healthy take on a classic shepherd's pie.
Sally says: "Shepherd's pie is an old tradition in many households and this is a version of my mother's recipe. As always, ensure you use great quality, very lean minced beef. Red meat contains iron and zinc and this is complemented by the vitamin C and fibre content of the potato and sweet potato topping. The onions, garlic and tomatoes will help lower blood cholesterol making this dish a lovely, filling, nutritious meal."
I had a few problems. It really was just stress and I've been privileged to have been able to have taken two years off
Singer-songwriter Rumer opened up about her recent battle with stress as she appeared on the show to talk about her new album Into Colour.
The Brit Award-nominated singer took two years off to sort through her issues but is now back with a follow up to the multi-platinum, Seasons of My Soul.
She tells Kate: " I had a few problems, it really was just stress.
"I had a lot of pressure and I just got stressed and I was very glad to take a couple of years away so I got to really recover."
Thursday 30 October: Kate wears Matalan skirt with Marks & Spencer cowl-neck sweater, John Lewis necklace and Zara shoes
Dr Hilary Jones is here with the week's health headlines. Today we're talking about groundbreaking surgery in Sydney in which patients were given the world's first transplants using dead hearts.
Also, findings of a 30 year study by British scientists has found that women who drink two cups of tea daily, particularly black tea, or orange juice, can lower their risk of developing ovarian cancer by up to a third and a scientific report claims that the antioxidants found in cocoa beans can help prevent age-related memory loss, giving 60-year-olds the memory of a 30 or 40-year-old.