My kids didn't think I was very scary
Oscar winner Kate Winslet chats to Ross King about her new blockbuster film Insurgent.
We were on the show, right?
Holly and Olympia Valance are both part of the great Australian institution that is Neighbours - but how much do they know about the 30-year-old soap? We put them to the test...
British actor Max Beesley joins Lorraine live from LA to chat about his new series Ordinary Lies on the BBC.
Set in a car showroom, Ordinary Lies is a new BBC drama about how a simple lie can spiral out of control and ultimately change peoples' lives. Alongside Max, this six-part series stars Jason Manford, Jo Joyner, Sally Lindsay and Michelle Keegan. Each of the episodes follows the lie of one of the characters and how it ends up getting bigger and bigger.
Comic actor and writer Paul Whitehouse joins Lorraine to talk about his new BBC series Nurse.
The show is a bittersweet comedy drama which he created and stars in - in multiple character roles. The show was co-written by David Cummings, a friend Paul made while at university who he has collaborated with throughout his career.
As Neighbours turns 30 years old tomorrow we take a look back at an eventful three decades in Erinsborough.
Helping Lorraine to reminisce will be current Ramsay Street resident, Olympia Valance who plays the feisty Paige Smith. Also on the sofa will be Olympia's sister, Holly Valance - who starred in the show as Felicity Scully from 1999 to 2002.
Paddy McGuinness joins Lorraine to discuss the joys and stresses of fatherhood, plus his brand new tour which he's called Daddy McGuinness.
Paddy will also join the all-star cast of comedy sitcom The Delivery Man, when it returns to ITV next month.