Following in the footsteps Victoria Beckham and Lilly Allen, Saturdays Star Rochelle Humes is the latest popstar to swap concerts for catwalks - and today she takes us on an access-all-areas tour behind the scenes at her debut catwalk show at London's home of fashion - Somerset House.
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After Angelina Jolie has revealed that she's had her ovaries removed to prevent getting cancer - due to being a carrier of the BRCA2 gene mutation, meaning she has a 50% risk - Dr Hilary tells us more about how women like her and Michelle Heaton are raising awareness by opening up about their stories.
He also brings us more health headlines, including how smoking really does affect an unborn baby, why an ill-fitting bra can cause backache and why long lie-ins could lead to depression, heart disease and even premature death.
Mumsnet has just celebrated its 15th birthday and today its founder Justine Roberts joins us. Set up as a website for mothers to talk to each other, it's is now courted by politicians and consulted by businesses with over 70 million page views per month - making Justine one of the 100 most connected founders in the UK.
Zayn Malik announced yesterday that he has left the band One Direction to take some time 'out of the spotlight' to live the life of a normal 22 year old.
Many fans are distraught and we want to know what you think - are you a fan and has it affected you? Or do you have a child who has been affected by the news? How have they reacted and are you concerned? Do you think Zayn's decision was brave?
We speak to Ross King and Dan Wootton to hear their thoughts.
The BBC has announced that they will not be renewing Jeremy Clarkson's Top Gear contract after the presenter punched a producer during a "fracas". Do you agree that this was the right decision?
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Kate Beckinsale talks to Ross King about her new film Face of an Angel, in which she stars alongside supermodel Cara Delevingne. The film is inspired by the Amanda Knox trial.
Griff Rhys Jones joins us to talk about his busy schedule with the launch of two shows in two months; The Quizeum, which debuts Wednesday 25th March on BBC4 at 8.30pm and A Slow Train Through Africa, a five part series which starts next month.