Mark Ronson Can't Lose

I know I'll never be a good dancer... I stand there and play my guitar and nod my head. In time!

– Mark Ronson

He had the most successful song of the last eight years, but he says he can't dance and his underpants are falling apart!

Fresh from his incredible Glastonbury performance on Friday, Mark Ronson is here to talk about his upcoming single I Can't Lose and finding and making a star out of a young Mississippi chorister.

Talking about his smash hit with Bruno Mars, Uptown Funk, Mark said, "The song came out of a jam at Bruno's studio in LA... I'd be silly to think I'd have another song as big as Uptown Funk."

Fans of Mark will know about his lucky underpants that he bought at Ibiza Rocks at the start of his career. He said, "My wife hates them. They're from the gift shop. They're the only thing I've held on to, they're like a cockroach in a nuclear war."

Mark worked with the late Amy Winehouse on the song Valerie in 2007 and he still thinks Amy was the best singer he's ever worked with. He said, "Amy would go in a room and come back out two hours later with a piece of genius."

SINGLE: I Can't Lose is released on 5 July

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DJ BBQ fires up the barbie

With summer well under way, it's time to dust away the cobwebs from the BBQ and bring it out of the shed!

From keeping your utensils clean to ensuring you don't burn your back garden down or make any one unwell with your cooking, the country's biggest barbecue fan DJ BBQ, aka Christian Stevenson, is here with everything you need to know about grilling your food to perfection.

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Tackling extremism in schools

When 52 people died and hundreds were injured as bombs exploded on three Tubes and a bus in London in 2005, it sent shockwaves across the country. Now the 10th anniversary comes in the wake of the Tunisia terror attacks, which left 38 sunseekers dead, including up to 30 Britons. So far, 21 Britons have been formally identified.

Today, Mavis Hyman, whose daughter Miriam was killed in the Tavistock Square bus explosion, joins us to talk about a new school programme being launched to help tackle extremism.

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My charity onslaught

It can be hard to miss the heart-wrenching charity campaigns often seen on television and billboards. But when you're bombarded withnumerous charity plea letters a day, how do you say no to them all? Today we're joined by Jenny Phelps who has been bombarded with hundreds of letters from charities asking for donations, and says she feels pressured into making donations.

We're also joined by our consumer champion Alice Beer, Alistair McLean from The Fundraising Standards Board and Philip Mansbridge from the International Fund for Animal Welfare, one of the charities to have sent letters to Jenny.