Find out what our presenters are wearing on today's show
They've been in the jungle for nearly three weeks now and it's not just the bugs that are biting!
Each week we've been putting the Campmates' antics on trial in our Jungle Jury, and former Jungle residents Sinitta and Lembit Opik join our Ashley Roberts on the panel today.
It's only 19 days until Christmas and today Mick Bateman from Crisis joins us in The Hub to explain how, in between the mince pies and mulled wine, viewers can help the homeless over the festive period.
Stylist Darren Kennedy has raided the fashion cupboard for spare clothes to donate to the charity, and Andi Peters is on hand to help him register his act of kindness online.
King of the Cosmos Russell Grant is back to shine a special star spotlight on our very own Eamonn Holmes!
Russell is then on hand to answer a panto star problem from Jodie Prenger, before turning his astrological attention to some of our viewers and their questions.
It's all about the festive fun for our furry friends today as John Partridge shows us some of the best buys on the market to really spoil our pets this Christmas.
It was reported last week that at this time of year people will spend more on their pets than on their partners so we take a look at festive fashion for dogs, the best pressies for our pets and as we overindulge we take a look at the food and treats available so that they can too.
We've had the debate on smacking and spoken to victims of domestic abuse, but what do you make of child to parent abuse?
Adolescent Violence Towards Parents (AVP) or Battered Parents Syndrome may not be something you've heard of before, but is much more widespread than you may think. In 2009-2010, the Metropolitan Police recorded 1,892 cases of 13-19 year olds committing assaults on their parents or carers. And bearing in mind that parent is reluctant to report their own children, many cases are never disclosed.
Tina and her daughter Rachel from West Yorkshire know the full extend of AVP. Not only has Rachel had several stints in the police cells for hitting her mum, she's also been charged with GBH. They join us to tell their story and some home truths. We have changed their names to protect their identities and they will be speaking anonymously.