Eight years, nine series, 11 different judges, 111 different celebrities, 700 routines and Phillip Schofield has been there through it all. So get the tissues at the ready because this is it, the final ever Dancing on Ice final, ever!
For the past nine weeks we have seen the trips, tears and of course top scores that have made this years competition the toughest yet. Last night Beth, Hayley and Ray battled it out one last time in a bid to be crowned the Dancing on Ice champion of champions and the ultimate DOI winners join us in the studio.
Last week Stephen Mulhern revealed that he had never tasted the delights of a fish pie. Not wanting our Stephen to continue living in a world free from fish-filled pastry, Phil Vickery has come to the rescue and rustles up a recipe just for him!
Tipped for the top, Troy Von Scheibner is on track to be the next big thing in magic.
Troy has been pounding the streets of London in a bid to baffle and amaze unsuspecting members of the public in his brand new series Troy, and they can't get enough of him. It was the most tweeted about thing on the box when the programme premiered last month, trending worldwide.
Today he's here to talk about his sudden success, using tricks in sticky situations and to showcase a very special trick just for Phillip and Holly.
In 2008 Peter's life changed forever when his second wife, who was significantly younger than him, revealed that she was desperate to be a mother.
Peter had had a vasectomy some years ago, so the couple were unable to conceive naturally. As a result Peter reluctantly agreed to meet up with a sperm donor that his wife had found on an informal donor website.
It ended up being a disastrous decision as Peter's wife began having an affair with the donor. But far from living happily ever after, she and the donor ended up in a bitter court battle, where the donor was exposed as a man who slept with countless women on the promise of getting them pregnant. Peter's with us today to share his story...
Never before has the debate on the causes of obesity raged so fiercely in the press. Last Thursday we discussed proposals from chief medical officers warning MPs a sugar tax may be the answer to the nation's obesity as, whilst for years we have blamed fat for excessive weight gain, recent research points towards carbohydrates and sugars as the potentialy fatal culprits.
But with hidden sugars in seemingly healthy low-fat foods such as yoghurts and prepared meals, are we unwittingly filling our shopping baskets with healthy food that does more harm than good?
Today we are joined by Horizon's Dr Chris Van Tulleken to look at the hidden sugars in healthy option foods and to discuss whether the media is right to blame sugar for being at the heart of the obesity crisis.
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