On Monday's show - are you getting enough shut eye? Holly and Phillip put your questions to the world's leading sleep expert.
Alison Hammond follows in the footsteps of the Queen in her final film from Jamaica.
And John Torode's back in the kitchen with noodles made in minutes ahead of England World Cup debut.
Join us for all this and more from 10:30 on ITV.
It’s a modern twist on a French classic that will impress your dad this Sunday, Jean-Christophe Novelli’s in the kitchen with a delicious rib eye steak with blue cheese and mushroom sauce with baked chips.
Quick, easy and healthier than your local pub’s recipe! Jean-Christophe will also tell us how he’s spending Father’s Day now his son Valentino is on the mend after recovering from cancer, and why he’s got something in common with Eamonn as he embraces the city of Belfast.
This weekend is our opportunity to say thank you to our dear old dads and father figures. Alison Hammond is surprising one World War II enthusiast who’s always wanted in an authentic aircraft which trained pilots at the time.
Well today's the day, as he’s been nominated by his two children to live out his dreams.
It’s said to be the highest pollen count in over a decade - with around 20 million of us expected to be affected by hay fever over the next few weeks. According to the Met Office, grass pollen levels are to blame - triggering reactions which include sneezing, coughing, runny or blocked noses, itchy watery eyes, headaches, earaches and tiredness. So how can we take on hay fever?
From the right amount of antihistamines to reducing the redness - to what products to buy - top Hay fever expert Dr Glenis Scadding is here with all the advice you need.
Last chance free £100 plus 2% cashback on bills, summer sale round-up, cheap Odeon tickets and 16-17 summer holiday camp. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Quick Deals.
Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.
Back in the day, taking part in your school sports day egg and spoon race or jumping around in a sack was seen as fun, with just a touch of competitiveness, but today the races seem to mean so much more! This week, parents at one school in Cardiff have been using video evidence to dispute the final result of their children taking part, plus - last year, a survey revealed more than half of primary schools were to hold non-competitive sports days where everyone was seen as a winner.
So has it all gone too far, and is it important for children to learn how to fail?
Former Olympic hurdler and mum of three Sally Gunnell says yes - being competitive teaches children the realities of life, and losing makes them more determined to win.
However parenting blogger Harriet Shearsmith says sports day should be optional - her children go to a non-competitive school where everyone is given a certificate for competing and seen as a winner.
Nadiya’s discovery of an ice cream cake in the supermarket was a revelation... until she discovered it had been discontinued on her next visit. Fear not, this is Nadiya's version of the most delicious cake she’s ever had - combining two of the best things for summer eating: ice cream and cake! Perfect for the warm June weather and a treat for Father’s Day this weekend, enjoy Nadiya's raspberry ice cream cake.
Taken from Nadiya's new book Nadiya's family favourites