Showbiz

Mark Ruffalo on his Oscar-nominated role

I'm an avid fan of journalism

– Mark Ruffalo

Mark Ruffalo is one of Hollywood's men of the moment, currently nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the acclaimed movie Spotlight.

Based on real life events, Mark plays a journalist working for the Boston Globe newspaper who uncovered the massive scandal of child abuse and cover-up within the local Catholic Archdiocese.

The star tells us what it was like taking on the gritty role - and admits that life as an actor wasn't always so easy for him.

You do hit some tough times ... I wasn't sure I was cut out for it

– Mark Ruffalo on the highs and lows of his acting career

Foxes gives an Amazing performance

Keep believing in yourself and keep going

– Foxes' advice for aspiring singwriters

We're joined by gorgeous Grammy-award winning singer Foxes to talk about her new album - plus she performs her new single Amazing for us.

She tells Lorraine about her excitement over her new tour and why she thinks her mum's the best - plus the pair bond over their shared love of Craig David!

Could a collaboration be the cards?

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Sally Dynevor celebrates 30 years on the cobbles

She's played Corrie's Sally for the last three decades and joins Lorraine on the sofa to celebrate her landmark achievement in Soapland!

Award-winning actress Sally Dynevor, who plays on screen namesake Sally Metcalfe, first arrived on the cobbles in January 1986, but unbeknownst to her character an unforgettable 30 years of ups and downs awaited her...

From broken marriages, untold catfights and a brave cancer battle, Sally recalls some of her toughest storylines and reveals her best moments on the show.

Mr and Mrs Webster on their wedding day!

We're sticking with Birds of a Feather's Linda

Let's get Camilla in for a cameo!

– Linda and Lorraine think the Duchess of Cornwall should get on the show

Hit comedy Birds of a Feather is still going strong, 26 years since it first hit our screens.

Linda Robson, aka bubbly Essex blonde Tracey Stubbs, is here to tell us about the latest series, which she says is the funniest yet.

Without giving too much away about what's still to come in this series, Linda reveals that Dorien celebrates her 70th birthday in an episode filmed on the same day that actress Lesley Joseph celebrated her actual 70th birthday!

Plus, she tells us about how they have the royal seal of approval from a fan with regal connections...