Author Bambi Smyth joins Lorraine to talk about her new book, Men on the Menu, which details her very special round-the-world trip going on 75 blind dates and trying a lot of national dishes.
On Tuesday's show Giovanna Fletcher's 'me-time' adventures see her join an a capella choir to test those vocals.
So, if you think you're the next Glee star, or love to sing (just like Arg) in your spare time, then please do send us a video of yourself singing to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm on Monday 05 September for a chance to get them on air.
Don't forget to include your name and a contact number.
Yesterday marked the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and next week on the show you'll hear more about our own breast cancer campaign #Breastmates, running in conjunction with ITVBe and CoppaFeel.
Pillows, bongos, knockers, or Bristols? Whatever you call your assets, you'll always need that someone who makes sure you check yourself.
Find out more next week on Lorraine.
Click on the link for more on the #Breastmates campaign.
We meet the world's oldest newlyweds, George Kirby, 103, and Doreen Luckie, 91 who married this summer after first getting together 27 years ago in 1988.
Between the two of them they have had seven children, 15 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren!
Proof that you're never too old for love!
Thirty eight people, most of them Western tourists, were killed when a gunman opened fire at a Tunisian beachside hotel in the popular resort of Sousse on June 26, 2015. Thirty of those killed were British citizens.
Mathew James was on the beach in Sousse with fiancee Saera Wilson from Cardiff when the gunman opened fire at random. He used himself as a human shield to protect her, getting shot three times in the process, suffering life-threatening injuries.
The pair join us to talk of their amazing story of survival and Lorraine has a special surprise for their wedding... a dream venue at the New House Country Hotel in Cardiff!
Lorraine talks to make up artist Andrea Pellegrini who documented her battle against breast cancer in a vlog.
The vlog, called Baldy Beautiful, was aimed at helping other women in a similar situation to make themselves look and feel better.
As a thank you to our amazing studio audience, Lorraine surprised them with a special London bus tour of the city with afternoon tea all laid on.
We'd like to say big thank you to Sally and Maxine for all the work they've put in to helping us to eat healthily and stay in shape - and they'd like to say thanks to all of you viewers out there who have cooked up the recipes and done the exercises - this one is definitely a team effort!