This week Linda Barker shows us how to make the most of the space in our homes.
Whether it's a poky bedroom, less than spacious living room, or a cramped kitchen - Linda is here will loads of tips and tricks.
This week Larry Lamb travels to South East London to visit architect Laura Clark, who has renovated some disused underground toilets in into a one-bed flat. They talk urinals, space-saving tips and understandably, bleach!
With thanks to photographer Fiona Murray
Personalised cushion from Tillyanna
On Tuesday's show we met Tabby, a woman who loves her two cats Wolfie and Foxy more than any man she's ever met! And although not every pet love might take things that far, there's certainly a lot of very pampered cats and dogs out there - including some whopping Maine Coons!
Do you put your pet before your partner? Does your furry friend come between you and your other half? Maybe you need some help with your pet's wayward behaviour? Or have you spoilt your pet and you need help to change their demanding ways?
This morning psychologist Laverne Antrobus and vet Joe Inglis are teaming up to tackle all your pet problems.
This week, it's all about bringing a wonderful coastal view to your bedroom.
Whether you're living in the city centre or don't have the luxury of wall to ceiling windows, Linda Barker is here to show us how to make everything beautifully airy and bright.
Larry Lamb helps us to make the most of our interiors as he visits some beautiful homes across the country in The Great Indoors, and this week, he's loving being beside the seaside!
Larry visits Britiain's priciest seaside town Salcombe, home to property developer Michael Nathenson and his wife Angela. The Nathensons have lived in their dream home for almost three years.
There's a change afoot in the property market as thousands of us are ditching the traditional high street estate agent for their online equivalents.
As property queen Sarah Beeny prepares to return to our screens with a brand new Channel 4 series demonstrating the rise of the online buyer, she tells us why people are swapping the walk-in for the web.
TV: Sarah Beeny's How to Sell Your Home starts 20 October at 8:30pm on Channel 4