Joining Phillip and Holly on Tuesday's show: Great British Bake Off winner Nadia shares all about taking the esteemed culinary title and Gok’s got the best knits on the high street to help you keep cosy without looking chunky.
Join us for all that and more from 10:30.
On Wednesday we’ll be chatting to best selling travel author Bill Bryson about his latest book The Road To Little Dribbling: More Notes From A Small Island. In anticipation of Bill’s visit we want you to send in photos of the funniest, quirkiest, naughtiest and craziest road signs on our small island.
Send your snaps to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10:15am on Wednesday 14 October.
Monday 12 October: Holly wears vintage DVF shirt with navy Gianvalli Rossi heels; Phillip's shirt is J.Crew, his trousers are Reiss and his shoes are Jeffery West
Chris Evans sparked controversy yesterday when he said that marriage doesn’t work. The new Top Gear host has been married three times and has admitted that he finds marriage a concept from the past that doesn’t work for the modern day. He pointed out that marriage is about a man owning a woman and in modern society that doesn’t work anymore. But what do you think?
Is storytime a struggle in your house? Do the children resist bedtime? Author Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin promises that even the most energetic child will doze off during the course of his book The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep. To put this to the test, we are looking for three parents to take up the challenge and see if this book really can solve your bedtime problems.
Email us at email@example.com with your details, how old your child is and a contact number. We need your emails by 2pm on Tuesday 13 October for a chance for you to be on the show.
In her second film for us, Katie meets Catherine Krupinski, whose twin boys suffer from Fragile X Syndrome which contributes to severe learning difficulties and social anxieties.
If you thought the humble macaroni cheese couldn’t be bettered - think again!
Phil Vickery shows us how to create glamouroni cheese to liven up Monday mealtimes and will also be revealing the best way to enjoy it on toast.
In the sea there's a thing called stonefish, that can kill you. It's deadly, and yet it looks like a stone. How is that fair?
Karl Pilkington is a radio producer-turned-thinker, philosopher and traveller. After being sent around the world by collaborators Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant for An Idiot Abroad, he ventured out alone for his most recent series The Moaning of Life.
The first series was prompted by Karl turning 40 and showed Karl's experiences of how other cultures face up to life's big issues. He’s here with us ahead of the release of his second series.