Dan Wootton brings us his Weekenders, including the telly, film and music we can't miss. On TV we're looking out for Downton Abbey and The X Factor, plus Maleficent comes out on DVD as Angelina's hubby Brad stars in Fury, which is out in cinemas.
Meanwhile, in the world of music, Taylor Swift and Annie Lennox both have albums out!
To be in the bottom two is something you can't prepare for at all
They're the X Factor supergroup Simon Cowell has deemed his experiment.
But are changes afoot for the eight Stereo Kicks boys after their narrow escape last weekend?
They boys were saved after their sing-off was deemed better than fellow contestant Chloe-Jasmine.
But Simon finally admitted the group - Barclay Beales, Chris Leonard, Tom Mann, James Graham, Reece Bibby, Jake Sims, Casey Johnson and Charlie Jones - were not connecting with the public.
Let's see what they had to say.
Former Emmerdale actress Roxanne Pallett shot to fame playing battered wife Jo Sugden in the soap and today joins Lorraine to talk about breaking into Hollywood films as well as her starring role in the UK tour of the John Godber play On The Piste.
Roxanne will also be appearing in a musical production of Beauty and The Beast over Christmas.
TV and radio stalwart Danny Baker joins Lorraine to talk about the latest book in his autobiography trilogy Going Off Alarming.
The second instalment in the series concentrates on Danny's rise to fame in the 80s as 'that funny lad off the telly', the 'professional' cockney Londoner - a moniker he despises.
Bridget Jones' Diary and Harry Potter actress Gemma Jones, 71, joins Lorraine on the sofa to talk about her appearance in new play The Rivals, which is showing at the Arcola Theatre in London now.
There was one scene where I was holding a six foot Python and I felt pretty cool!
Harry Potter and The Woman in Black actor Daniel Radcliffe joins Lorraine for a chat about his new fantasy thriller film Horns.
Based on the dark fantasy novel of the same name from New York Times best-selling author, Joe Hill, Daniel leads the cast and is supported by David Morse and Heather Graham.
As well as wearing horns, Daniel also revealed he felt 'pretty cool' when he got to hold a giant snake during filming.
He also spoke about filming a Frankenstein remake with James McAvoy and having kids.
Ross King joins us live from Hollywood with all the latest showbiz headlines and an interview with 1970s icon Jane Fonda.
Fitness guru Jane is promoting her new film Where I Need You.