Actress Catherine Tyldesley - AKA Coronation Street's Eva Price - is set to take part in this year's Great Swim events. Before joining Corrie, Catherine famously lost six stone after committing to a healthy diet and regular exercise.
The Great Swim series will see around 22,000 swimmers compete in five events held in lakes, lochs and urban docks in England and Scotland.
She was a little girl who wanted a normal life. You can't be a superstar and have a normal life.
A documentary set to air this Thursday will examine the death of seventies singing sensation Karen Carpenter. After a long battle with anorexia the star died in her parents' home in 1982 at just 32 years of age.
Today we are joined by John Adrian who dated Karen in the mid-1970s. John worked for A&M Records in London, and after becoming close to Karen they had a fling which he claims was stopped by her management.
Despite their break-up, John became one of her closest friends, and today he will share his fond memories of Karen, as well as first hand accounts of her battle with a disease that would eventually take her life.
Ross King catches up with Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch at Comic-Con about his latest role voicing a cartoon animal in Penguins of Madagascar ... during which he gives us an interesting selection of James Bond impressions!
A documentary airing tonight called Tulisa: The Price of Fame follows the highs and lows of last 12 months of the singer's life, including her arrest for allegedly boasting that she could 'sort out' cocaine for an undercover Sun on Sunday reporter, subsequent charge - and suicide attempt.
Martel Maxwell joins Kate to talk us through the inside story of Tulisa's court case and how and why it collapsed.
It's not very often that you get the opportunity to meet the man behind one of the most engaging and charismatic villains in modern fiction, so when we heard that Andrew Scott (the incredible actor who became Moriarty in BBC's Sherlock) was coming on the show we jumped at the chance to quiz him about his iconic role and all things villainy!
Andrew features in the comedy film The Stag which is out now on DVD and Blu-ray
Best know as Moriarty in Sherlock, Andrew Scott joins Kate on the sofa to talk about the DVD release of his film The Stag and the upcoming release of Cannes festival favourite film Pride.