Will things get better for Holby's Jonny?

Its been a difficult few weeks for Holby City nurse Jonny Maconie. Following the death of a patient, he was wrongly charged with murder, jailed and then stabbed in prison.

Actor Michael Thompson joins Gaby to talk about whether Jonny's nightmare is over and if he's rekindling his relationship with his ex Jac. Also, Michael tells us what's next for him as he's leaving Holby City and is heading for a different kind of theatre, appearing in a play.

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Lydia: Arg and I are headed for marriage

The Only Way Is Essex stars Lydia Bright and Ferne McCann tell us about heading to Peru to complete the 26-mile Inca Trail to the mountain Machu Picchu - to support breast cancer awareness.

Each day will see the girls walking for nine hours and the highest point is 4,000m above sea level. Gaby is joined by the TOWIE girls as well as Kris Hellenga - the founder of the breast cancer charity Coppafeel, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009, aged just 23.

They also give us the latest gossip about their respective love lives - while Ferne is getting over her break-up Lydia is overjoyed to be back with her old flame Arg... and hints there may even be wedding bells beckoning!

Find out more about the Coppafeel trek with Fabulous Magazine

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Texas mark 25 years with album and tour

I'm not one for an entourage!

– Sharleen Spiteri

For many, the back catalogue of band Texas reads like an A-Z of pop classics, with hits including I Don't Want A Lover and Say What Your Want. Now they've been together for an unbelievable 25 years, and to celebrate their silver jubilee, the group have released a special celebratory album Texas 25. The group will also be hitting the road for a European tour.

We're all for Luke Pasqualino!

It's a huge compliment, I'm incredible flattered by it but I try not to listen to it.

– Luke Pasqualino on being labelled a heartthrob

All for one and one for all!

The all-action adventure series The Musketeers has just finished its second, swashbuckling series, and this week has been released on DVD.

D'Artangan himself, hunky actor Luke Pasqualino, is with us to talk about being a part of the massively successful series and how he has adapted to being an all-action TV heartthrob!

Those shirtless scenes are pretty memorable!

Gaby and Luke Pasqualino

Jasmine on living with a collectaholic

There's a big difference between hoarders and a collectaholic. Hoarders collect anything and are usually ashamed of it. Collectaholics collect one thing and are very proud of it.

– Jasmine Harman

Jasmine Harman joins us on Lorraine to talk about the second series of BBC2's Collectaholics, where Jasmine and Mark Hill peer into the weird and wonderful lives of people who take collecting things to a whole new level!

She also shares what it's like to grow up with someone who takes collecting to obsessive levels...

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