Eyes, blush and lipstick all mean nothing without a good base! Today, Bryony Blake is taking us back to basics and showing us how to choose and apply our most important piece of make up... foundation!
Whether its powder, liquid, creme or a stick, Bryony has the answers on how to get the perfect base.
Dene Michael is a self-confessed compulsive shopper, but he rarely steps foot inside a shop. Instead, he is addicted to the thrill of online shopping and bidding on online auction sites.
Dean likens winning an online bidding war to gambling, and he has amassed vast collections of watches, guitars, clothes and even a caravan just because he wanted to win. Unfortunately his uncontrolled spending has led to spiralling debt and it has put on strain on his relationship with wife, Karen.
Dene and Karen are here to talk about Dene's addiction and how it might stem from his success with '80s band, Black Lace.
We find out if too much red meat is really that bad for you. Dr Michael Mosley sets the record straight and separates the healthy facts from the meaty fiction.
Prepare to be spooked - paranormal series Most Haunted has risen from the grave. Get ready to quake in those boots and brace yourself for a seriously scary summer. Yvette Fielding, the first lady of British ghost hunting is BACK!
As the Most Haunted team return to our screens after four years away, Yvette joins us to discuss her most scary experiences, her love for tea and music and the England rugby team's bottoms!
Most Haunted is on Thursdays at 10pm from 21 August on Really
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Today we speak to Julie, a survivor who found the toll of emotional abuse worse than any beatings she was given.
Forensic psychologist Dr Keri Nixon and Denise Robertson talk about the long-term effects of mental abuse.
The Home Secretary Theresa May has launched a consultation to look at strengthening the law by creating a new offence of domestic abuse. This would aim to make it clear that coercive and controlling behaviour in relationships is criminal.
Today Eamonn and Ruth will be chatting to a victim of mental abuse and holding a phone-in on the subject.
The question is how do you know if you are experiencing abuse? Does your partner constantly belittle or humiliate you, or regularly criticize or insult you in front of other people? Do they constantly check up on you or follow you? Do they stop you from seeing friends or family?
The 20th August 2014 sees a consultation being launched to make domestic abuse a criminal offence. Forensic Psychologist Keri Nixon and Denise Robertson discuss the proposed legislation, and a victim of domestic abuse will also be in the studio
Prepare to be spooked as this Thursday, Yvette Fielding and the Most Haunted team return to TV screens after four years away
How safe is eating meat?
Dr Michael Mosley explains what he discovered when he went on a high meat diet to see what the effects would be on his body
Soap guru Sharon Marshall discusses the goings-on in Soapland. This week there's emotions in EastEnders, cons on Corrie and despair in the Dales...