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Ahead of the fourth series of crime drama DCI Banks, Doc Martin actress Caroline Catz talks about her return the show as DI and mum of four Helen Morton.
Set and filmed in the heart of modern Yorkshire the detective series is based on Peter Robinson's Inspector Alan novels and stars Stephen Tompkinson as Detective Chief Inspector Alan Banks. The new series will comprise of six 60-minute original episodes inspired by the books. The show is gathering ratings as each series progresses, with an average of six million people watching the last series!
Use the stock the haddock is cooked in to give a really smoky flavour to your sauce.
James Tanneris sharing one of his favourite pie recipes with us to celebrate National Pie Week and it's a British classic - smoky fish pie. The beauty with this dish is that you can top the filling with potato as a pastry-free alternative. However, James uses puff pastry - it's shop bought and ready to roll.
Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey and Golden Globe award-winning actress Robin Wright talk to Lorraine about starring in the new series everyone is talking about - House Of Cards, available on Netflix.
Congratulations to Lorraine, who has been voted top of a poll of people whose hugs would make you feel better.
And even though James Tanner is feeling fine, he decided to try out a Lorraine hug - we hope it worked!
Ahead of Mother's Day next Sunday, Paul Parker joins to explain how together with husband Nathan, he adopted three-year-old James just before Christmas 2013.
To mark Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Adoption Week we'll be finding out about their experiences during the process of becoming dads.
Sherlock actor and soon to be James Bond star Andrew Scott joins Lorraine to talk about the DVD release of his BAFTA winning film Pride.
In the film Scott plays a Welshman called Gethin, who's dating Jonathan, owner of the Gays the Word bookshop in Bloomsbury. As a boy, Gethin was forced to leave home, back in the days when being the only gay in the village wasn't a feasible life path.