The Home Secretary Theresa May has launched a consultation to look at strengthening the law by creating a new offence of domestic abuse. This would aim to make it clear that coercive and controlling behaviour in relationships is criminal.
Today Eamonn and Ruth will be chatting to a victim of mental abuse and holding a phone-in on the subject.
The question is how do you know if you are experiencing abuse? Does your partner constantly belittle or humiliate you, or regularly criticize or insult you in front of other people? Do they constantly check up on you or follow you? Do they stop you from seeing friends or family?
We always look forward to John Patridge's visits, but today he came in to talk about something 'very difficult' - his mum's Alzheimer's diagnosis. Difficult, yes, but essential viewing - watch the video above to see why.
Monday's Best Bits is late for a very good reason - Ruthhad two buckets of icy water tipped over her head to raise awareness and money for Motor Neurone Disease charities. Oh - and seeing as that is Ruth and Eamonn's top pick for Monday, let's just watch it again shall we?
Caring for someone can be the most demanding job on the planet, with some carers at their wit's end with nowhere to turn.
Actor John Partridge, who cares for his mother who has Alzheimer's, and Emily Holzhausen, director of policy at Carers UK, take calls from viewers who need help coping with caring.
New research has shown that women are suspicious of men who are too charming. It seems that nowadays nice guys don't always get the girl. Kezia Noble teaches men how to seduce women and says she has helped over 18,000 men with dating in her career and says she knows exactly what women want - and it isn't Mr Right, it's Mr Wrong!
She's here today to reveal what women actually look for in a guy, she'll tell women what to watch out for and she's also got a few handy tips for the guys.
Me and my mum - I’m her golden boy and she’s my girl - I couldn’t for the life of me understand how she could forget me
On the day that a report from the Alzheimer's Society says that NHS needs to review its continuing care policy to help those around the country caring for people with dementia, actor John Partridge joins us to talk about why he took the heartbreaking decision to give up his role in EastEnders to care full time for his sick mum.
John Partridge is supporting Alzheimer’s Society’s Memory Walk to raise vital funds for people living with dementia and their carers: memorywalk.org.uk
As Magaluf hits the headlines yet again, today we find out what really goes on from the undercover journalist who broke the story, and ex-club rep Lee Watson.
Last month, the Spanish holiday resort Magaluf was splashed all over the news after a video emerged of a young woman performing a sex act on 24 different men during a night out. But it seems that the public outcry fell on deaf ears, as today a Sun newspaper mole reports that they witnessed a couple having sex in broad daylight last weekend - in front of fellow holiday-goers.
Today we're asking if you've been a victim of crime. Have you been attacked and you're struggling to cope? Has a crime left you feeling vulnerable and unsafe? Maybe you're just feeling unsafe or anxious in your own home for other reasons? Are you too terrified to even leave the house? If you're in need of help and advice get in touch.
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