As we take a seat at the consumer Christmas table with Alice Beer, the budget brands are once again making headlines for beating the big players when it comes to festive food.
But will Holly and Phillip agree when we put them to the Great Christmas Taste Test?
Plus Alice will also be guiding us through the best crackers to get your Christmas dinner off with a bang.
In June 2012, nine-year-old Sohana Collins joined us with her mum Sharmila to discuss RDEB, a genetic disease which means Sohana lives every day in terrible pain and tragically, cannot even hug her mother or father without blistering her delicate skin.
Now aged 11, Sohana's health has sadly not improved, but devoted mother Sharmila is still on a mission to fund research and raise awareness of RDEB.
Joining them on the sofa today is actor Damian Lewis who, along with a number of high-profile celebrities, is backing the campaign to find a cure for RDEB, and has even become a patron for Sharmila's charity.
Earlier this week, it was reported that a five-year-old girl was taken into care after her weight reached more than 10 stone. But should obese children be taken away from their parents?
Health journalist Dani Levy says yes, claiming that parents of obese children are the only ones to blame and don't deserve to have children if they cannot care for them. Body Image campaigner Natasha Devon disagrees, saying parents need better education about the dangers of over-eating.
For 25 years, 42-year-old Rachel Round has been haunted by the memory of her school teacher Graham Wilcock, who sexually abused her from the age of 13 until she was 16 years old.
In 2010 Rachel decided to take Wilcock to court, which resulted in him being sent to prison for four years. In 2011 his sentence was reduced after he appealed. Graham has since been released.
Rachel joins us on the show to let people who are going through a similar situation know that they are not victims, and that they should not be afraid to seek help.
ITV's Text Santa appeal supports six charities that will benefit from the funds we raise.
One of those charities is CLIC Sargent, which helps children with cancer and their families. Today we take a look at how CLIC Sargent helped Hunter Parton and his mum Jilly.