Kerry Katona, Liz McClarnon and Natasha Hamilton join Lorraine to look forward to their Greatest Hits Tour and celebrating 15 years of Atomic Kitten.
They also tell us of how Jenny Frost was almost included - and the reason why she had to decline to get involved.
Actor Stephen Tompkinson joins Lorraine to talk about the latest series of DCI Banks.
In the first episode, DCI Banks' mother died of a stroke. His brother also died in the last series, so he and his father - who have never seen eye to eye - have been thrown together.
When Michelle says there is no rush to buy an engagement ring, Steve is instantly filled with doubts over her commitment. Convinced his illness makes him a burden to her, he calls off the engagement but Michelle decides to fight for Steve and sets about preparing a surprise for him...
It brought up some memories, but it helped me find closure
Calum Best joins Lorraine to talk about his first tell-all book, which sees him talk about his memories of his late alcoholic father, George Best. After conquering his own battle with booze, drugs and partying Calum is now healthy and wants his honest memoir to help others.
I think if you Google yourself you’re basically asking for someone to say something nasty about you
Kate Beckinsale talks to Ross King about her new film Face of an Angel, in which she stars alongside supermodel Cara Delevingne. The film is inspired by the Amanda Knox trial.
Griff Rhys Jones joins us to talk about his busy schedule with the launch of two shows in two months; The Quizeum, which debuts Wednesday 25th March on BBC4 at 8.30pm and A Slow Train Through Africa, a five part series which starts next month.
Ex-Brookside star Alexandra Fletcher joins us to talk about her Hollyoaks character Diane O'Connor as she tackles some tough storylines.
We're so excited it's finally coming to the UK!
Outlander has been described as one of the hottest new dramas on television and is billed as the Scottish Game of Thrones. Adapted from the best-selling novels by Diana Gabaldon, the show focuses on a married combat nurse, Claire, from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743.
Filmed in the Scottish Highlands the show has become a huge hit in the US and is about to launch on Amazon in the UK on Thursday.
Stars Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe, who plays Claire, join us to talk about the show's incredible success, its huge fan base, making movies with George Clooney and running marathons.
We've got such a great fan base, they're very active and rampant!