Next week is National Adoption Week. Have you decided to adopt but need some advice? Are you struggling to bond with your adopted child? Or are you adopted yourself and need someone to talk to?
For a chance to have your adoption-related question answered on air, email email@example.com with your name, question and TELEPHONE NUMBER by Monday 3 November at 11:15am. You must be 18 or over. Terms can be viewed at itv.com/terms.
We want to know what really annoys you about modern life. Tick your top FIVE in our survey below before 12pm on Monday 3 November, and watch the show to see how the nation voted!
Is your child’s school putting on a Nativity play this year? If so, we’d like to hear from you.
We’re looking for children aged between four and 10 to represent their school and recreate the greatest story ever told. Children should be available to come to our studio in the week commencing December 15, and be accompanied by an adult.
To apply, or nominate a school, email a short paragraph to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why you think we should consider your school to take part in one of our five Nativity days. We need emails by midday on Friday December the 5. You must be 18 or over to nominate. Terms at itv.com/terms.
If you're concerned that a friend or loved one is becoming addicted to drugs, or if you've got an addiction and you're reaching out for help, drugs counsellor Dominic Ruffy and psychologist Linda Papadopoulos are here to take your calls.
Corking £8.50 champagne trick, double-up on Tesco vouchers in time for Christmas, Vax up to 80% off sale and ‘free’ Nails Inc varnish in a £2 magazine - these are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ 90 Second Savers.
When Emma Bond posted a photograph of her breastfeeding her premature baby on Facebook, she had no idea about the firestorm that would ensue.
After the social networking site took the photo down because it 'breached nudity rules', Emma received support from thousands of people around the world which resulted in Facebook re-posting the image saying it was removed 'in error'.
Still awaiting an apology from the site, Emma joins us today to tell her story.
A report on drug abuse led to a furious row in the Coalition yesterday after it found 'no obvious link' between tough laws and levels of illegal substance use.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said the survey - which compared drug policies in different countries - showed the war on drugs was failing, as Downing Street insisted there would be no change in the law. Under current laws, offenders can be jailed for up to seven years for possessing Class A drugs, and can be jailed for life for producing or supplying drugs.
Today we are joined by Anne-Marie Cockburn, whose daughter Martha Fernback died in 2013 after swallowing half a gram of 91% pure ecstasy. Anne-Marie is campaigning for drug legalisation. We are also joined by ex-addict and drugs counsellor Daniel Gerrard, who believes there would be more deaths to drugs if they are legalised.
He’s just so frightening, I just can’t watch him. He looks at me like ‘I’m coming to get you’ that’s what I get the feeling of…
Michelle Hall hit the headlines this week when it was revealed she is 'allergic' to music mogul Simon Cowell.
Michelle's phobia began 10 years ago when she first watched The X Factor, and just the sight of the show's head Judge caused her body to shiver and left her breathless with panic.
Since then she has to avoid anything which Simon Cowell might appear in. Just hearing his voice can leave her feeling cold - watching BGT is out of the question as just a glimpse of Simon is enough to leave her feeling physically sick.
Michelle is joined by therapists Nik and Eva Speakman, who are confident they can bring an end to Michelle's phobia.