On Tuesday's show, we chat to Ronan Keating and Gok's back with his guide to the perfect jeans. Plus the 81-year-old man, who's finally found true love - with a 24-year-old woman! An age-gap relationship story you don't want to miss - 10:30!
Face masks - we've all tried them, but are you using the right one for your skin? Do you have a skin concern that you'd like help with? Or perhaps you're confused with what face mask is best for your skin type. If so, then we need you for a beauty item with Bryony Blake, to try and test different face masks.
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Is your puppy behaving badly? Are you driven barking mad by its antics? We are looking for puppy owners who want to help train their dog.
In two weeks' time, Leo Bancroft is going to be giving us a masterclass in home hair colouring. So whether you've had a disaster with the dye or you've simply been too afraid to try it - Leo will be able to help!
If you'd rather be on the sofa than in the kitchen then don't despair, Gino's promising a speedy one-pan meal of chicken with melted mozzarella and tomato pizza sauce - all under 500 calories and on the table in under 15 minutes.
What more could you want for a Monday?
From Queer as Folk to the regeneration of Doctor Who, Russell T Davies is the man behind some of the most influential and transformative dramas of the last two decades. And now, 16 years after Queer as Folk broke the boundaries of drama he has returned to what he does best - exploring sex and relationships in new three-pronged concurrent series Cucumber, Banana and Tofu.
Russell joins us today to discuss differences in generations, gay equality, changing attitudes and if he would ever return to Doctor Who.
Cucumber is on Thursday at 9pm on Channel 4 / Banana is on Thursdays at 10pm on E4 / TOFU is on 4oD
Debt is the subject of our phone in. If you've got debts and want to cut the cost, whether its credit cards, loans, store cards or payday loans, Martin Lewis is here to help.
It's Australia Day today, which marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships, so what better way to mark the occasion than with the first of our Phil Vickery Down Under films, where he gives us a taste of what the Australian lifestyle is really like.
From Sydney city life and the breathtaking Blue Mountains to idyllic islands and the Great Barrier Reef, Phil will take us on a journey of culture, jaw dropping landscapes, and fantastic food!
Today we see Phil climb Sydney Harbour Bridge, take in the city sights and beach life, trying kangaroo meat and cooking the perfect BBQ.