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We hope you've managed to snap a few good memories on your camera or phone during the summer...
But holiday pics don't always work out as planned, so if you've got a photo fail, photobomb or selfie gone wrong, share it with us and make us smile this September!
Email your photos to email@example.com by 10am on Tuesday 1 September for a chance to see them on the show.
Do you want to keep summer alive? For a FREE spray tan come and join Jeff Brazier and the TM team this MONDAY and TUESDAY to get a summer glow.
We'll be at the Bon Accord Shopping Centre in Aberdeen on Monday 31 August from 10am-6pm and on Tuesday 1 September 9am-12:30pm. It's first come first served for the 1000 tans we have to give away, so get down there quickly!
Why not take a before and after selfie to tweet in for us to use on the show? Use the hashtag #gettheglow. 18+ - participation terms apply.
Prada's candy coloured, jewelled dress has taken over fashion magazines around the world!
Dubbed this autumn's it dress, stylist Gok Wan tells us why the style is defining the season and shows us how we can get the look without the £2,580 price tag!
Are we applying deadly bacteria directly to our faces every day? New lab tests have revealed that out-of-date cosmetics are a breeding ground for the lethal bacteria that causes meningitis and septicaemia. Sean O’Brien from Escentual.com and skin care expert to the stars Dr Frances Prenner Jones will be telling us what the dangers are and how we can avoid them.
After pictures of a mystery couple sheltering a dog from heavy rain in Dover earlier in the week went viral, we tracked down the pair of friends and today they join us to tell us about the story of do-gooding that has touched the heart of the nation.
Plus vet Joe Inglis joins us via Skype to discuss dog health.
The nation has fallen out of love with the roast because it takes too long! Lorraine Pascale’s will be on the table in half the time.
Lorraine's recipe for simple roast chicken pieces with forty cloves of garlic, rosemary and thyme has all the flavours of a classic roast in the time it takes you to make a cuppa and watch an episode of Coronation Street, meaning you can eat well very easily - even with a roast dinner!