Phyllis Logan's charity work with dementia

Downton Abbey's Mrs Hughes, actress Phyllis Logan joins Lorraine to talk about personal experiences of dealing with dementia as an ambassador for the charity Dementia UK.

Two years ago, Phyllis was asked to take part in the first Time For A Cuppa campaign to raise awareness as part of Dementia UK. Since then, she has become an ambassador for the charity. Phyllis believes that this is a disease we should all want to learn more about and try and understand better.

Thanks to last year's Time For A Cuppa appeal, a thousand more families receive support from an Admiral Nurse. Dementia UK runs a national helpline, Admiral Nursing Direct, which is open Monday to Friday and is the only Nurse-led dementia helpline in the country. To find out more go to www.dementiauk.org.

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From Monkey to Moone Boy

It's a really really good concept that they've come up with.

– Johnny Vegas on Moone Boy

Comedian and actor Johnny Vegas - also known for his PG Tips adverts with Monkey - joins Lorraine on Monday to talk about the new series of Sky 1's Moone Boy.

The comedy returns tonight for the 3rd Series, it's written by comedian and actor Chris O'Dowd and Nick Vincent Murphy. The series is set in a small Irish town in 1989 and follows the adventures of the youngest member of the Moone family, 11-year-old Martin.

A lifetime of family recipes for Alex Hollywood

He loves my cooking.

– Alex Hollywood on what Paul thinks about her cooking

She might be married to the king of baking but Alex Hollywood certainly rules the kitchen in their house!

She joins Lorraine to talk about her new cook book, My Busy Kitchen: A lifetime of family recipes. The book is a compilation of recipes handed down her family throughout the years, and includes recipes inspired by her travels.

Alex learnt to cook at the age of four, when talking about her son she said: "He adores food and he cooks as well, it's something I think is really important", learning to cook at a young age.

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Coronation Street welcomes a new bad boy

I've always been a bit of an entertainer, a bit of a class clown.

– Sean Ward on his acting career

Actor Sean Ward, who plays Coronation Street's newest bad boy Callum, talks about his upcoming storyline, and his first few months in the soap.

Callum continues to turn David Platt's world upside down this week as he worms his way into Max's life. Last time we saw them, Callum told Max he was his real Dad, and informed David he had applied for a residency order for his son. Speaking to Lorraine he said playing the baddie was "the dream" and so much fun to play.

Bad boy? What bad boy!