There’s a rising trend among dog owners, and it’s called furjazzling. An extreme form of dog grooming, furjazzling involves dying dogs multiple colours, painting their nails, dressing them up, and even making them resemble wild animals. This kind of grooming has ruffled some feathers (or rather, some fur), with the Kennel Club arguing it endangers dogs and makes them self-conscious. But enthusiasts claim it is fun and entertaining.
Joining us in today are furjazzling advocates Daniela with pooches Venice and Malibu, and prize-winning Cat Opson and her dog Kobe. We're also joined by journalist Nilufer Atik, who believes furjazzling is cruel. But what do you think?
A mum who splurges thousands on her beauty queen daughter has hit back at claims she is 'sexualising' the four year old. By kitting her out with hair extensions, fake nails and extravagant dresses, the mum says she is schooling her daughter to become a future Miss England.
Mum Enrika does little Arielle’s make-up herself, applying £100 hairpieces, eyeshadow, glitter, false lashes, lipstick and special acrylic nails before every competition.
Arielle joins us alongside mum Enrika and dad Wayne who says he has no problem with it at all, and even applies his daughter’s fake tan!
Three-year-old Marcus Daley suffered a severe allergic reaction after passengers on a Singapore Airlines flight opened their snack packets of peanuts around him. Thankfully his parents had anti-allergy medication and he recovered from the reaction.
With certain airlines no longer selling nuts on their flights, should they be taking the next step and banning passengers from bringing nuts onboard? Vote in our poll and let us know what you think.
At 11am on 28 April, Sara held her husband’s hand as he chose to end his own life. Today, Sara will share the heartbreaking story that saw her husband forced to travel to Dignitas in Switzerland, in order to end his suffering with Parkinson’s disease.
Sara believes UK law is barbaric, and wants assisted dying legalised.
He knows biologically he is a boy, but we don't want him to have the constraints of a gender yet
Louise and Nikki Draven made headlines when they revealed they are raising their son as gender neutral. Louise was born a man but is having hormone treatment to transition to a woman, while Nikki is pansexual and dresses as both a man and a woman.
Both want to raise their son as gender neutral so he thinks of himself as a person, rather than a boy, but their decision has sparked controversy and raises questions over whether they are projecting their own beliefs onto their son. Nikki and Louise will be joining us to explain why they feel raising their son as gender neutral is in his best interests.
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Today we meet a victim of the police helicopter snooper Adrian Pogmore, who quite literally considered himself above the law when he used his force helicopter to film people having sex from 1,000ft up in the air.
Having been jailed for a year last week for four counts of misconduct in public office, one of Pogmore’s victims, 53-year-old Tracey Dixon says that her nightmare began in October 2014 when South Yorkshire police informed her they had found footage taken by Pogmore of her sunbathing naked in the secluded garden of her remote home.
It's a total waste of police resources. If it was going over my property just for that reason ... that's a lot of taxpayer's money that has been wasted.
In the 2007 video, the police helicopter circled her home as she lay naked on a sun lounger alongside three of her daughters in bikinis, who were then aged 18, 15 and 8. Having realised that she went to school with Pogmore, Tracey is worried about how long he has been watching her for - a thought she says makes her feel physically sick and utterly humiliated by those she feels she should have been able to trust.
We started today's show meeting glamour model Chloe Ayling, to talk about the controversy surrounding her alleged kidnap in Italy and her plans for the future.
We first met this antique doll in July when previous owner Debbie Merrick revealed she held the figure was responsible for multiple scratchings and attacks on her husband.
Now owned by haunted items collector and self-confessed sceptic Lee Steer, the doll seems to be up to her old tricks again, with Lee's dad reporting scratches on his arm and Lee himself witnessing a swinging picture and pulsating lights!
If you think pilots look like they're getting younger... they are! Trainee pilot Jake is only 22 - today he flew in alongside colleagues Sophie and Pete to talk about new ITV show easyJet: Inside the Cockpit.
With air travel increasing there is now a worldwide shortage of pilots and easyJet has launched its largest-ever recruitment drive, including a focus on encouraging more women to apply.
Female pilots remain a rarity - worldwide just 3% of pilots are women, while in the UK the figure is 6%.
Our Monday dose of showbiz gossip game from Rylan, who talked to Eamonn and Ruth about Ant McPartlin's weekend interview revealing he hopes to come back to work in time to present I'm A Celebrity with Dec.
We ended Monday's show with a bit of a feast, thanks to Bake Off 2016 winner Candice Brown.
Now everybody knows that pasties come from Cornwall, but Candice looked for inspiration from neighbouring county Devon today, for her mini pork and apple pasties with a top crimp.