Meet Roxy the fox

Like most pet dogs, 14-year-old Roxy loves playing with toys, chasing balls, and even the odd tummy tickle. But Roxy isn't a canine, Roxy is actually a fox!

Her best friend is four-year-old Isla Rowe, who enjoys taking her slightly unusual pet for walks around her home town of Nuneaton.

But it wasn't always like this for Roxy... she was found by Isla's grandfather, having been tied up and abandoned with no food or water at just three months old.

Now, life for the furry friend has been completely turned around thanks to Isla and her family and it seems ROXY is fast making a name for herself. Isla and her grand-dad Geoff are here to talk about how they've given Roxy a dog's life.

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Should the UK ban unskilled migrants?

Yesterday, UKIP leader Nigel Farage outlined his policies for immigration as his party battles for support ahead of the General Election this May.

Farage said that since the year 2000, "we have gone mad, we opened the doors to much of the world… and as a result of our EU membership we have absolutely zero control over the numbers who come. UKIP is putting forward a policy that will take immigration in Britain back to normal."

Joining us today are Christine Hamilton, a UKIP supporter and journalist Sonia Poulton, who believes Farage's proposed policies could damage Great Britain.

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My violent children

I don't want other people to suffer

– Pauline Bubb on her decision to speak out

Violence at home is a problem that many women will face at one point in their lives, but what if the attacker isn't their partner but their children?

Tonight a documentary blows apart a dirty secret hidden by so many parents. Pauline Bubb who was attacked 30 times a day by her own daughter and stabbed in the stomach with a pair of scissors by her son, joins us to tell us why she lives in fear of her own offspring.

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What's the weirdest thing you've found in your home?

This is the moment two cows were found wandering around a front room. Stunned Pat Costen got out of the shower and noticed a "strange smell" in her house. She then noticed a large cow pat at the bottom of the stairs, followed the trail of hoof prints before finding two cows in her TV room! We'd love to know what's the strangest thing you've encountered in your home?

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Will Phillip and Greg go feral?

It was good to have him on now before he gets banged up!

– Phillip Schofield

For Tuesday's Best Bit, Phillip and Amanda had to bring up actor Greg Wise and his thought-provoking interview in which he confesses to refusing to pay his tax bill.

Phillip and Greg also make a rather unusual pact which could see our presenter resembling a certain frozen food mascot...

Watch the full interview with Greg Wise

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