Our favourite Essex boy Rylan Clark is back with his showbiz round-up including how the Top Gear's presenters are coming back to Amazon Prime and could it be that a certain Game of Thrones character is coming back from the dead? Ah, maybe not...
This week, Lisa Faulkner is giving us a taste of the great British seaside, as she tours around the Cornish coast. She's already cooked up a delicious and authentic Cornish pasty and in this episode, it's the turn of everybody's favourite - the cream tea!
This week Lily Allen and Justin Bieber have been spotted whizzing around on the latest travel trend - the self-balancing scooter. So we have gadget girl Ella Williamson with the latest tech that will get you on the move.
Doctor Dawn Harper is here to help us digest the latest headlines, including new reports that your digestive health could be linked to depression and be the reason you're struggling to shift that baby weight.
Plus she discusses gut profiling, the cutting edge technology which could soon be coming over from America.
And with 57 million consultations per year taken up by 'minor health problems' - often related to digestion - she'll be going through the most common digestion problems, how you can help yourself, and when you should visit your doctor.
Bryony Blake is here with her tips for having a youthful décolletage on the beach this summer!
Tesco are endeavoring to make the trip to the self-service checkouts a little less fraught with tension by introducing a "friendlier" voice after customers complained that they felt they were being shouted out by the faceless monster inside the till.
They're also doing away with the dreaded five words; UNEXPECTED ITEM IN BAGGING AREA.
With a reputation as a English gent with a naughty side, the dashingly dapper Anton Du Beke has become a household favourite thanks to Strictly Come Dancing.
The longest serving professional dancer sashays into the studio to chat about taking to the road with his partner Erin Boag and showing his support for causes dear to his heart.