How would you like Phillip, Holly and our family of specialists to broadcast OUR show from YOUR home this autumn? We'll be hitting the road with our crew in tow and need you and your home to host us. Interested? Read on...
Thanks for taking an interest in TM live from your home, before offering to put us up for the day we just need you to consider a few things before contacting us:
If you think you can put up with the cast and crew descending on your abode, all you need to do is to take a 30-second video giving us a quick tour of your home (and revealing where you think our presenters would fit best!) and say why you think we should come pay YOU a visit! Do make sure we get a good idea of the size of your rooms by ensuring some wide shots, so we can take that into account.
(When submitting the video it's important to make sure there's no music, no branding and nothing that gives away the precise location of your home - just in case we use your entry for broadcast purposes)
If you are not the owner of the home we would need consent of whoever is before being considered which you will be asked to provide should we contact you.
CAN WE PARK NEXT TO YOUR HOME?
We'll be broadcasting from television trucks and it's important we can transmit a signal from your location, in order to do so we'd need access to your street or ideally a parking place no more than 25 metres from where you live.
To take part simply send us a video introduction to your home, complete with your name and contact telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org with the headline TM Live From My Home.
You must be 18 years or older to enter. Participation terms apply.
On Thursday's show, Dr Chris is looking at Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
For most of us it's little quirks like checking the taps are off or that items are perfectly lined up, but in extreme cases it can be life-changing, and we want to know your experiences of the condition - however severe.
Do you or someone you know need help to overcome OCD? Get in touch via email at email@example.com by 11:30am on Thursday 8 October.
We've had The Only Way Is Essex, revolving around the lives of perma-tanned 20-somethings flirting in nightclubs. But the latest reality show is set in Bournemouth... and involves a group of pensioners!
A new BBC six-part series called Close to the Edge features the antics of a group of older friends as they muddle through the dramas of later life. We chat to some of the cast on the show.
During the summer, Jeff Brazier was given the tough task of flying to Madrid to interview A-list actress Emma Watson about her upcoming thriller, Regression which is released this coming Friday.
Emma told Jeff, “The character I play is so mysterious, and it kind of presented a challenge.”
On getting to work with David Thewlis - who played Remus Lupin in the Harry Potter movies - again, Emma said, “I worked with David as a child and I felt like I got to work with him as an adult which was really nice.”
Talking about her United Nations Goodwill Ambassador role, Emma revealed, “The dream would be that one day I work for the UN Equality Agency, and that we don’t have to be even having a conversation anymore about equal rights for women, that’s the dream.”
Hong Kong - a vibrant city full of contrasts, culture and fabulous cuisine, which also happens to be the birthplace of an absolute legend - the amazing Poppa Wan!
Yes, as much as we love our Gok, there's another man in the Wan family who, frankly, needs to have his own show!
We follow Gok and Poppa Wan as they take in all that Hong Kong has to offer.
Cathy Kelly's new novel Between Sisters, focuses on sisters Coco and Cassie who were bought up by their grandmother and father after their mother walked out.
The novel explores how this has affected them as adults, in particular Cassie, whose wine o'clock seems to be happening earlier each afternoon. But when does a glass or two of wine in the evening start to become an issue? According to the NHS, nearly 130,000 women in the UK are alcohol dependent.
Cathy joins us to discuss her research into women who use alcohol to help them cope, along with former habitual drinker Lucy Rocca who tells us how her evening tipple turned into a problem.
The weather may be getting cold, but this season's nail trends couldn't be hotter! Nail technician to the stars Sharmadean Reid has all we need to know.
The pain inside you is so hideous you'll do anything to get rid of it
The nation has been gripped by the BBC drama Dr Foster, the story of GP Gemma Foster who has her life torn apart when she discovers her husband has been unfaithful.
One person who is able to relate to this heartbreaking tale of lies and betrayal is Tessa Cunningham. After struggling through serious ill health, Tessa discovered her husband of 11 years had been having an affair. Tessa's husband denied his infidelity and for 10 months she lived with a dark cloud of doubt until she was strong enough to confront him again.
Tessa joins us along with agony aunt Denise Robertson.