School's out and the kids are at home - but what's the best way to keep all the family entertained this summer?
Fear not - help is at hand in the form of film critic James King. He's here with a review of some of the best summer blockbusters to suit all tastes and ages.
Do you ever worry about your child 'getting in' with the wrong crowd or being led astray by friends at school? On Tuesday's show, Eamonn and Ruth be will taking your calls on the subject.
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It's not as easy as it looks being a Hub presenter... for one you might forget your clothes...
But luckily there's always Supermarket Couture...
... A quick trolley dash and problem solved!
The sun is shining, the kids have broken up from school and it's National Grill Week, so what better time to break out the barbie?
Phil Vickery gets Phil's Grill fired up to show us that a BBQ isn't just for the weekend, and creates a tantalising flame-grilled feast of ribs, sticky chicken, potato salad and coleslaw, perfect for the whole family.
Twenty-nine-year-old Natasha Tormey was born into a religious cult called The Children of God.
To the outside world the sect presented a wholesome image of a Christian family living in harmony, but behind closed doors Natasha was torn away from her parents and brainwashed, regularly beaten and raped from the age of four.
Natasha is here to reveal how she finally escaped the cult at the age of 18.
This month marks the 200th anniversary of the seaside pier! And with weather hotter than the Mediterranean and more people deciding to holiday at home than ever before, there has been no better time to celebrate and visit some of our best British seaside resorts.
Travel queen Jenni Falconer runs us through her top 10 seaside staycations with some great ideas of things to keep the kids entertained and places to stay.
What little girl doesn't want to dress up?
Every parent thinks their child is beautiful, but some will go to any lengths to prove it!
From crystal-covered dummies and hair extensions to make-up and spray tans, a new Channel 5 documentary features toddlers who dress more like teenagers.
Among them are siblings Princess-Bliss Tianna May, four, and Precious-Belle Ruby Rozina, two, who join us now with their mum Sophie-May Dickson. Alongside her is fellow bling-loving mum Sami Bushell with her daughter Halliemai, 18 months.