Martin Lewis busts some popular energy myths

Don't be fooled by the recent balmy autumn days. The nights are rapidly drawing in and the clocks will soon go back, which can only mean one thing, to channel game of thrones, WINTER IS COMING! So as early preparation helps, our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis is here to bust some popular energy myths…

Dame Joan Collins: 60 years of the casting couch

I think it still goes on. I think a lot of people will be quaking in their boots.

– Dame Joan Collins

Dame Joan Collins lifts the lid on her 60 years in Hollywood, from life as a 50s big-screen starlet to her iconic role in 1980s hit Dynasty. Dame Joan recalls hiding in wardrobes, dodging naked producers and heeding Marilyn Monroe's warning that all studio bosses were 'wolves'.

Kev the Witch: I can find you love and boost your fertility!

It might be the unluckiest date on the calendar but Kev the Witch says he brings nothing but good luck to the lives of those who ask for his help. Kevin Carlyon uses his ‘magic powers’ to help women find love, boost their fertility and even reunite lost pets with their owners.

Kev’s love of Wicca began from an early age when he began to predict the future of his classmates at school, and he now practises what he calls earth magic to bring joy and happiness.

Cheap Xmas train tickets, new top easy-access savings rate, FREE flu jabs and FREE first aid app

Cheap Xmas train tickets, new top easy-access savings rate, FREE flu jabs and FREE first aid app. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Quick Deals.

Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.

Finding love again after my husband's death

At the beginning I thought I was so broken I wouldn’t meet anyone again. But I was 41 when the accident happened. I don’t want to live my life on my own.

– Victoria Milligan

Victoria Milligan’s story is heartbreaking and one we’ve followed here on This Morning. The nation grieved with Victoria when we learnt of the devastating speedboat accident that claimed the life of her husband Nick, their daughter Emily and left Victoria with one leg.

In the months after that awful accident the thought of another relationship was the furthest thing from Victoria’s mind. But four years on she is ready to find love again.

Victoria joins us now to tell us how she has found the dating scene so far and why she believes her late husband would want her to move on.

Do you still have your childhood comforter?

Have you still got your childhood comforter or toy? Do you still use it?

Tomorrow we're meeting a 38-year-old woman who has had her Paddington Bear since the 1970s - after years of wear and tear the toy now simply resembles a piece of foam! Hannah Ebelthite takes the bear to bed every night and he even sleeps in between her and her husband.

Have you got a teddy, a toy or another object from your childhood? Take part in our poll!

The Mate Escape... to Antigua

Hannah and Natasha’s friendship has been tested to its limits over the last few years, after both ladies have been through the toughest of times.

Natasha cared for Hannah and her children while she underwent treatment for a chronic brain condition, at the same time Hannah tried to support Natasha after she lost her mother to cancer. With the two of them always putting others first, we thought it was about time they had some me-time.

So we sent them off to the beautiful Island of Antigua, which thankfully wasn’t damaged by hurricane Irma, for some much needed rest and relaxation.

'Harvey Weinstein is giving sex addicts a bad name'

This kind of behaviour cannot be excused by sex addiction

– Paula Hall

In a week of shocking revelations from Hollywood, movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has had a spectacular fall from grace, with each new sexual harassment accusation bringing with it more shame and anger amongst those who work in the industry. Yesterday, after his wife Georgina announced she was leaving him, news websites reported Weinstein had flown to Europe to check into a sex addiction clinic.

But can Weinstein's behaviour really be explained away as a sex addiction? Or is that just an excuse for his abhorrent actions?

Today we're joined by psychotherapist Paula Hall who says that Weinstein is giving sex addicts a bad name, and Colin Chapman, who suffers from a sex addiction himself.