Russell T Davies cooks up new drama

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

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Phil Vickery Down Under

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.

David Walliams launches Red Nose Day 2015

David Walliams joins us live from Kisumu in Kenya, for the launch of Red Nose Day 2015.

Through his challenges for Comic and Sport Relief, David has raised almost four-and-a-half million pounds, swam over 160 miles and taken part in some of the most memorable and funniest sketches for the Red Nose Day live TV show, including his confession of love for Simon Cowell at the church altar, and dressing Robbie Williams up as a lady for a Little Britain spoof.

So what's planned for this year, and how can we get involved? David tells all.

TV: Red Nose Day is on Friday 13 March live from the London Palladium at 7pm on BBC1

Find out more about Comic Relief Red Nose Day

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I had my dad's baby

For eleven years, Helen Rees kept a very dark and disturbing secret from her daughter Sarah - Helen's dad was also Sarah's dad. When Helen was 14, she fell pregnant after being repeatedly raped by her father for over a decade.

Today, Helen joins us to tell us how after all these years, her dad's actions still have the power to hurt her, but that Sarah was the only good thing to come out of her terrible childhood.

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