As the football World Cup comes to a close on Sunday, we find out what life is like in Rio, away from the sidelines with Nicola Harrington.
Good manners are just as important as exam grades - that's according to the Editor of Tatler magazine, who has been speaking at a top private school.
So do you agree with that? We'd like to hear your thoughts this morning. Do you believe that being polite and respectful is just as important as academic success? And do you worry that teenagers have poor manners these days?
Sue Tilley was part the infamous Blitz nightclub gang in the 1980s and then became famous as the subject of Lucien Freud's Benefits Supervisor which sold for a whopping £17.5m.
Known to many as "Big Sue" she has now become an artist herself and is here to tell Lorraine about it.
Happiness should be taught in schools to help youngsters build emotional resilience, according to a think tank. Do you think it's possible to teach someone to be happy? And what makes you happy and puts a smile on your face?
Nine years ago London came under attack and today we are joined by Thelma Stober who was on Aldgate tube on the morning of 7th July 2005.
She lost her lower leg in the attack and will be joins Lorraine to tell us how life has changed since.
As a newspaper this morning suggests children as young as nine could be taught the dangers of sexting, we want to know:
Do your kids have a mobile phone? Have you had conversations with them about using them safely? Do you monitor their emails and internet use? Let us know your thoughts for today's show
Eight brave women will bare their breasts on TV this evening - in a 'Tonight' special investigating how women can protect themselves against breast cancer.
We're joined by two of the volunteers and Dr Hilary Jones.
Being hacked was a loss of control
Next week marks nine years since London was devastated by one of the worst terrorist atrocities to ever hit Britain, when the London Underground and a bus were targeted by bombers.
Paul Dadge was a commuter who was famously photographed helping victim Davinla Douglas as she clutched a surgical mask to her face. He was also a victim of News International's phone hacking and has been critical of the press coverage of the case, and its focus on celebrity victims.
He joins Lorraine now to tell us more about his side of the story.