Melissa desperately wanted to walk down the aisle with her father who is terminally ill with bowel cancer and so Change One Thing helped this wish become a reality.
Melissa Chapman-Tite, her husband Jason and her dad Greg join Lorraine to discuss their wedding day on Friday 29th May which the Lorraine team helped to organise.
A top police officer has claimed that bobbies on the beat are outdated and resources could be better used on more sophisticated policing methods. Do you think we need bobbies on the street, do they make you feel safer?
Tomorrow marks the first ever Day of Memory for the victims of honour-based killings. Amongst many of the events arranged to mark the day there'll be a survivors conference that brings together women who have experienced honour based abuse and forced marriages.
Today campaigner and enforced marriage survivor Jasvinder Sanghera CBE will join Lorraine on the sofa to discuss why she believes this is a very real threat to some young women in the UK.
Lewis Hamilton was refused access into the Royal box yesterday at Wimbledon for not wearing a jacket and tie.
We'd love to know what you think about this - were Wimbledon officials right or wrong to bar the Formula One racing champ for breaking the dress code? Also, have you ever fallen foul of a dress code? Maybe you've been refused entry somewhere just like Lewis.
The Brittas Empire could be making a comeback!
Apparently a one-off Christmas Special of the 90s sitcom is in development, once again following the life of the leisure centre boss played by Chris Barrie.
But we want to hear from you on this one. What TV show would you like to see return and why?
Ten years on from the 7/7 terrorist attacks in London, we speak exclusively to Martine Wright who lost both legs in the Aldgate underground bombing - but then went on to compete in London's 2012 Paralympics as part of the women's sitting volleyball team.
Do you think the FA's tweet about the England Women's Football team was sexist or an honest mistake?
A post to their 1.1 million followers said: "Our lionesses go back to being mothers, partners and daughters today, but they have taken on another title - heroes."
But the message was quickly deleted after sparking a Twitter backlash in which many branded it "sexist" and "patronising".