10:30 Who's on the Sleigh Today?
Each day for the next two weeks a celebrity will land in the studio to spread their Christmas cheer!
10:35 News Review
David Mellor and Brooke Kinsella take a look at the headlines that have got us all talking
10:50 Text Santa
This year we are supporting the ITV-wide Text Santa appeal which supports six charities, including BeatBullying, which was set up to help children and young people who are being bullied
11:00 Sue Hill's Crime File
Former Met Detective Chief Superintendent Sue Hill is back to open her Crime File. Today she needs your help to find some of the UK's Most Wanted and Crime Prevention Officer Tony Blake offers advice on how to avoid the latest card fraud schemes this festive period.
11:15 Jane Danson
Jane Danson, who plays Corrie's Leanne, joins us to talk about dealing with sensitive storylines, as this Christmas Leanne's marriage to Nick Tilsley is thrown into turmoil when Nick becomes violent following his brain injury
11:30 Habitual drinking
Lucy Rocca used to regularly drink to excess but had a wake up call when she collapsed after downing three bottles of wine in a night. She joins us today to talk about her experience with alcohol and why people should look at their own intake
11:45 Text Santa
12:00 Dear Denise's Christmas agony phone-in
Our resident agony aunt Denise Robertson is here to give advice on viewers' Christmas crises
12:15 Joey Essex
Joey joins us today to tell us how his experience in the jungle has helped him grow into a man, overcome his fear of creepy crawlies and expand his culinary skills
Christmas, it seems, is just around the corner. The nights are longer than Santa's beard, the days are colder than an polar bear's fridge and Yuletide cheer has enveloped the country.
That's right, Christmas is here and there's not much we can do about it other than lose a few pounds online shopping, then gain a few in the form of excess calories and when it's all done switch off in front of a festive film!
But before you go scanning the TV schedules, why not gain a little bit of inspiration from Keith Lemon as he gives us the low down on his favourite films of a festive nature.
I thought it'd be more like a movie and not real... and I suddenly realised it was cameras twenty-four seven. It was really hard work. It was tough!
From frocks to crocks, in the last few weeks David Emanuel has won over the nation as one of the nicest contestants to ever enter the I'm A Celebrity Jungle.
As a fan of the finer things in life, it could have been assumed that he would have been completely out of his element in the Australian camp, but last week saw him leave the jungle as the runner-up to Westlife winner Kian Eagan.
He's jumped straight off the plane fresh from the Aussie Outback to give us the full lowdown on his Jungle experience, and to tell us why taking part was such a personal challenge for him.
Anthony 'Tony' Mortimer is a British singer, rapper, songwriter and composer, best known for being a member of boyband East 17, who were originally active from 1991 to 1997 and sold over 20 million records worldwide.
Tony began as the band's frontman, but when backing singer Brian Harvey was heard singing along, he took Tony's role as lead singer. The band have reformed a number of times over the years, most recently in 2012 with Tony as the lead vocalist.
Tony wrote the band's only No1 hit Stay Another Day, which he will be performing as an acoustic version live on today's show.
During the festive season the residents of Soapland will be dealing with every Christmas crisis in the book!
There's a new takeover and a surprise pregnancy on the square, a wedding and a fire in the Dales, the downfall of a villain in Hollyoaks village and a lovers' last Christmas on the Street.
Sharon Marshall joins us to lift the lid on all this week's soap gossip, before placing a thorned crown on soap's best bitch!
In our Merry Knitmas stocking today, Rylan finds two beautiful scarves for Holly and Phillip knitted by Emma Schofield (no relation!), and Minion hats courtesy of Lauren Pickering and Kelly Globle (with mini hats for Holly's children too)!
I've had a tough year. Eighteen months ago I was diagnosed with a brain tumour, and since then I've had three mini strokes - affecting the use of my arm and spine. For therapy I was advised to start knitting to help keep my fingers working, so doing your scarves has been good therapy for me! Phillip said he wanted soft wool, so I've chosen the softest I could find!