New official photos of Prince George are being released this morning to mark his first birthday.
To celebrate our royal baby's big day we're joined by Royal Correspondent Katie Nicholl to take a look back at the young prince's first year and explore what's next for the future King.
There are now over 200,000 stay-at-home dads in the UK, but are they socially accepted? We'll be talking to father of two Grant Feller, who says it's left him feeling unhappy, bored and frustrated. However John Hart says his experience of being a stay-at-home dad has been nothing but a positive experience.
The mother of Jimmy Mizen, the schoolboy murdered in 2008, joins Kate to discuss the recent attack on her youngest son.
Fifteen-year-old George Mizen was mugged just yards from the spot where Jimmy was killed.
The attack has brought back horrific memories, but Margaret says she has forgiven the mugger, as she did with Jimmy's killer, and would like to meet with him.
On today's show we're talking about dads who stay at home and look after the kids, and we want to hear your thoughts.
Can dads be successful as stay at home fathers? Vote in our poll!
By not speaking out, I was becoming part of the problem
When Emma O'Reilly joined US Postal cycling team in 1996, she could not have believed she would be at the centre of such an international scandal.
Then personal assistant to Lance Armstrong, she had the strength to speak out against the culture of doping and against the man she was working for.
However as a result, her reputation was destroyed and she was branded an alcoholic prostitute. Emma though has bounced back, forgiven Lance and written a tell all book which amazingly he has written the foreword to.
She joins Lorraine live in the studio to tell us about her experience.
Welcome to Norland College, the quintessentially British 120-year-old childcare training college in Bath which turns it's students into elite 21st century Mary Poppins-style nannies.
Tonight a new documentary will be going behind the scenes of the college and TWO of the stars will be joining Lorraine live on the sofa.
More than 80 percent of female cancer sufferers say that the way they look affects their confidence. Look Good Feel Better has been giving makeovers to cancer sufferers and is celebrating 20 years of doing so they have launched a new campaign to celebrate.
Lorraine meets four stars of the new campaign to find out why the makeovers have been a lifeline to them.
It's been revealed one in ten of us have never tried celery or leeks! What foods have you never tried? What foods have you tried but just can't stomach?