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Lesley Joseph: 'People don’t talk about loneliness'

Some people don’t speak to anyone all week

– Lesley Joseph on Happy To Chat campaign

We were delighted to welcome Lesley Joseph to the studio earlier, where she told us about the Happy To Chat campaign which has been launched with the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness.

Aiming to tackle the silent epidemic of loneliness in the UK, the campaign is something that's easy - and fun - to get involved with. The Birds of a Feather star even offered some tips on how to help out in the local community.

Rachel Dolezal sets the record straight

Coming up on tomorrow's show, we've got Rachel Dolezal, a black rights activist who claimed to be African American, but was later revealed to be born to white American parents.

After making headlines around the world, she's written a book to set the record straight. Tune in tomorrow to hear what she has to say.

VIPs: Ovarian cancer and life changing decisions

As part of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, we've launched a week-long awareness campaign called Very Important Parts.

Today Dr Hilary visited a London clinic to chat to women who, like Angelina Jolie, have the BRCA gene and face making some life changing decisions.

Watch the video to hear Charley's story - she lost both her grandmother and mother to ovarian cancer.

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Terri Dwyer and Dr Hilary discuss ovarian cancer symptoms

Busted: 'We just stopped talking really'

You’ve got to go forward to reflect...

– Busted's James Bourne on the band's future

Ahead of supporting Ed Sheeran at tonight's Teenage Cancer Trust show, James Bourne, Matt Willis and Charlie Simpson - aka Busted - came into the studio to talk about reuniting, and why things are so much more fun second time round.

Also, keep watching for some super-cute pics of Charlie's little boy. Aww...

Quiz: Finish the lyrics to Year 3000 by Busted

Gary Barlow confirms Star Wars role to Ross King

I’m not a Stormtrooper, but I am in it.

– Gary Barlow on his Star Wars role

Cheryl and Liam might've dominated the weekend's showbiz headlines with their news, but Ross King's Gary Barlow gossip still got us going 'wait, WHAT?'

The Take That singer announced that he's got a role in the upcoming Star Wars film, telling Ross, "I’m not a stormtrooper, but I am in it. Now I’ve said that, I’ll probably be out. I think the Star Wars people are so strict about what information [is out there]. So me saying that, I’ve probably just done myself out of a role.”

However, Dan confirmed ITV did check with Star Wars bosses before airing the confirmation, so Barlow’s role is safe. Phew - we can wait to see him in it. May the force be with you, Gary.

Watch Ross's full Take That chat