It’s been the most dramatic series of Strictly yet and we’re only in week four! After leaving the competition early, Anton Du Beke is here to tell all about what’s really been going on behind the scenes.
Plus he’s swapped the ballroom for a book tour as he releases his first novel, One Enchanted Evening.
Donal Skehan is in the kitchen with the perfect meal for a cold autumn night. It’s comfort food that’s ready in just 20 minutes - and best of all, Donal’s baked gnocchi only requires six ingredients!
Recipe taken from Meals in Minutes by Donal Skehan
Holly wears dress from Very with LK Bennett shoes.
Phillip wears Jigsaw shirt with Noak jeans and Paul Smith footwear.
Twenty years since Phillip first starred as Doctor Dolittle in 1998, the show is heading back on tour.
This time, Mark Williams is taking on the starring role - and he’ll be giving us an exciting first look at what we can expect from the musical.
Skincare is one of the most saturated industries of the moment - and it’s no surprise considering the rise of lotions, serums and new ingredients promising flawless skin. But with so many new ‘wonder’ products, it’s hard to know exactly what you should be using.
To clear up matters, beauty editor Sarah Jossel is here with her honest and simple guide to skincare.
Millions watched as Princess Eugenie exchanged vows with Jack Brooksbank last week. And if you couldn't take your eyes off the incredible flowers adorning the staircase of St George's Chapel, you're in luck!
We're joined by Royal Wedding florist, Rob Van Helden, as he shows us how we can use autumn flowers in our own homes to create seasonal wreaths.
Police Officer Gareth Roberts wrote to the Speakmans just hours after trying to take his own life. He was riddled with guilt after failing to save the victims of a car crash, five of whom died in front of him.
Struggling with that, as well as issues from his past - Gareth struggled to believe that even the Speakmans could help. He joins us alongside Nik and Eva.
Jo Brand has made her name as a much-loved comedian and presenter - entertaining us for over three decades. And for her latest project, she’s opening the doors to her life in her brand new book Born Lippy.
Part memoir, part advice manual, Jo shares anecdotes from her time in the spotlight, plus her experiences as a psychiatric nurse, stand-up comedian and working mother of two.