Women in the armed forces

I haven't looked back. I've been in the RAF for 17 years, and I've had so many wonderful experiences.

– Sargeant Wazeeha Laher

This Saturday is the celebration of Armed Forces Day. But when you think of those serving, it's not just soldiers.

Corporal Rosie Dicks and Sargeant Wazeeha Laher are both serving their country doing the things they love. Rosie is a medic and has served on the front line in Sierra Leone and Wazeeha has used her love of languages to work as an intelligence analyst in the RAF.

They are on the sofa to talk about serving their country doing the jobs they love.

Sargeant Laher told Lorraine about the "wonderful experiences" she's had over the past 17 years.

And to other women interested in working in the armed forces, Rosie said, "I'd say go for it. In the army alone there are 270 jobs, there's a role that everybody can do."

Lorraine told the pair "It's just a chance for us to say thank you, because sometimes we don't get a chance to do that".

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Christopher Biggins on Life After Stroke awards

It's not only emotional, but it's very uplifting as well. You hear such wonderful stories.

– Christopher Biggins on hosting the Life After Stroke awards

I'm A Celebrity star Christopher Biggins joins Lorraine to talk about presenting the Life After Stroke awards.

The actor and TV personality is a long-standing supporter of The Stroke Association.

The awards celebrate the astonishing achievements of stroke survivors and those that support them in their life after a stroke.

Christopher told Lorraine that they were going to be honouring the late Lynda Bellingham at the awards: "She was very much part of the Stroke Association and she'll be sadly missed. She's getting a flower named after her at the Hampton Court show. She was fantastic, she was enthusiastic about everything."

Cheeky Biggins also asked Lorraine if he could have the blouse she was wearing when she'd finished with it. Why? "For pantomime!"

From teacher to private detective

It was a leap of faith. Everyone thought I was totally nuts so I had to do something equally nuts.

– Louise Lee

In the seventies Louise Lee became obsessed with female led cop shows like Cagney and Lacey and Charlie's Angels but it was 20 years until her childhood dream became a reality when she made the decision to quit her teaching job and become a full-time private detective.

She said: "I had been in a steady job for ten years and asked myself whether I wanted to be doing the job forever and I clearly didn't. I would recommend it, it's actually really easy to do. There are some brilliant times but there are times when you are sitting outside buildings and nothing is going on."

Louise, who once met George Clooney while on one job, has channeled her experiences into her debut book The Last Honeytrap, which is out now.

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Is it the end of the traditional boardgame?

Reports in today's paper say that the rise in technology could signal the end of the traditional board game

So we want to hear from you in this - do your children play boardgames or are they too busy playing on their consoles? Perhaps you still play boardgames as a family?

What's your favourite boardgame from your childhood?

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Jen is a bridesmaid for hire

I have weekly and monthly calls with brides and I take over the dirty work

– Jen Glantz, bridesmaid for hire

Jen Glantz is a professional bridesmaid who offers three packages for brides: The Virtual Bridesmaid, where she helps with all bridesmaid duties up to the big day; The Ultimate Bridesmaid, where she is with the bride before and behind the scenes at the wedding; and Bridesmaid by Your Side, where she helps the bride from the engagement to standing next to her at the altar.

Jen joins Lorraine live from New York to talk about her unusual vocation.

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Tamara on that brelfie! 'It was a beautiful photo'

I didn't realise that it was going to cause so much controversy

– Tamara Ecclestone recently shared a picture of her breast feeding her daughter at the beach

Its one of the hottest parenting trends for 2015 - the brelfie or breast feeding selfie. Celebrities from Gwen Stefani to Gisele Bundchen have embraced the trend but a new survey has found that it puts new mums under pressure.

Tamara Ecclestone recently shared a photo of her breastfeeding her daughter, Sophia, on holiday. She said, "my husband took the picture. I loved it, I thought it was so cute... I didn't realise people would have so many opinions on it. I just thought it was a beautiful photograph of the personI love so much."

Cereal offender! What's your verdict?

A woman has been caught eating a bowl of cereal at the wheel of her car!

A cyclist happened to be riding past the vehicle in south-west London when he saw the woman eating her breakfast.

When challenged she apparently just shrugged and drove off. Well, we want your thoughts on this today.

What's the strangest thing you've ever seen someone doing at the wheel?

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