Arthur's amazing journey

Arthur Williams is an ex-Royal Marine who became paralysed from the waist down after a car accident eight years ago. He was determined to rebuild his life and has since gained a private pilot's licence, presented a number of Paralympic sporting events - including the Paralympics C4 coverage - and is now combining his love of flying and presenting for a new three-part documentary series, Flying to the Ends of the Earth.

"I always wanted to be a pilot from day one. I don't know whether adolescent testosterone kicked in and it was more of a macho thing to join the marines."

The British Transplant Games

A transplant is a gamble, not everyone comes through it like I have.

– Vicky Pettersen

We meet Vicky Pettersen who will be going for gold at the British Transplant Games on Thursday in the cycling and walking events.

Vicky joins Fiona to tell her amazing story and journey she has taken since having a double lung transplant 16 years ago.

She says: "Exercise is the one thing that makes me feel alive. I really think keeping fit has helped me.

"One of the main things about the games is to highlight the need for organs. My organs didn't just save me, they saved my family."

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What's your favourite Tom Cruise film?

This weekend sees the release of the latest Mission Impossible movie, so with this mind we'd like to celebrate Tom Cruise!

What's your favourite Tom Cruise movie and why?

Can you not get enough of Top Gun? Are you a sucker for Interview with a Vampire? Or are you keen on a bit of Risky Business?

Let us know on Twitter, Facebook, or by emailing us at lorraine@itv.com by 2pm on Tuesday 28 July. You must be 18 or over.

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How do you make the perfect brew?

A researcher has claimed Americans know how to make a cup of tea better than us - say it isn't so!

Well, we want your thoughts on this today. How do make your perfect cup of tea? Perhaps you have an unusual way of brewing up? Or maybe you have a strange tea-drinking ritual? Please do get in touch!

Send your comments and photos to us on Twitter, Facebook, or by emailing us at lorraine@itv.com by 9am on Monday 27 July. You must be 18 or over.

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Taking on terrorism

I still have flashbacks and nightmares, I remember it like it was yesterday.

– Sajda Mughal on the 7/7/ bombings

Ten years ago, Sajda Mughal was on a tube train that was blown up by one of the four 7/7 terrorists.

Having survived the devastation caused by men of her own religion, she now works tirelessly to save young muslims from being drawn into extremism.

Looking back at 7/7 she says,: “I can remember the anxiety and the trauma in the eyes of people on the carriage that day. The sound, the thick black smoke, the smell, the screams, the panic and even with my flashbacks and nightmares, I can distinctly see the people banging on the doors trying to get out. But I also remember people coming together, trying to help the injured and those who were hurt.”

Should all pooches be pampered?

Today we're discussing Manchester United WAG Sam Cook and how she let her dog Miley travel first class on the train and eat a plate of sausages for tea.

We want to hear from you. Is a dog travelling first class a step too far? Or perhaps you think that all pooches should be pampered? Maybe you spoil or overprotect your dog? If so - how?

We'd love to see your photos!

Send your comments and photos to us on Twitter, Facebook, or by emailing us at lorraine@itv.com by 9am on Wednesday 22 July. You must be 18 or over.

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