The creepy museum... live in our studio!

We’ve had a haunted doll in the studio and who can forget our overnight shoot with the paranormal teddy bear - who made one of our producers sick?

Today prepare for even more creepiness as paranormal collector Neil Packer packs up his antique collection from his Leicester museum and brings them into our studio.

From a World War II wheelchair to a Victorian doctor’s bag - Neil reveals the stories behind the possessed possessions.

The carpool karaoke video that made James Corden cry

We wouldn't change a thing about our children, but we'd change the world for them. The barriers we come across are all because of perceptions of our children.

– Mum Rebecca Carless who started the campaign

James Corden has called it the most beautiful carpool karaoke he's ever seen and even admitted it made him cry - it’s the video of 50 mums lip-syncing and signing Christina Perri’s A Thousand Years alongside their children with Down’s Syndrome.

Since being uploaded on Friday, the video has been viewed over a million times and has been released to support World Down Syndrome Day tomorrow with the hashtag #WouldntChangeAThing.

Rebecca Carless who came up with the idea said she wanted as many people as possible to see it - and realise mums of children with Down’s Syndrome are just normal mums who love their kids and wouldn’t change them for the world.

EXCLUSIVE: Our foster son was the Parsons Green bomber

We were sitting watching a darts match. The phone rang and I answered it. This voice said, ‘This is the police, you are surrounded by armed police just put everything down and get out NOW!’ I looked out and there were two eyes at the window and a gun.

– Penny Jones

When Iraqi refugee Ahmed Hassan arrived at the doorstep of foster couple Penny and Ron Jones, they did everything they could to make the teenager feel welcome and secure. But, despite their love and care, Ahmed now faces life in jail after being convicted of trying to kill 93 commuters at Parsons Green Tube station with a homemade bomb in September last year.

Ahmed Hassan

Penny and Ron join us on the sofa to share their story of how a quiet, troubled teen became a would-be IS assassin, and tell us why despite his “betrayal” they will foster again.

Mollie King: 'My battle with dyslexia and why it's never held me back'

She’s performed to millions as part of girl band The Saturdays, and wowed us every Saturday night on Strictly Come Dancing. But behind the scenes, Mollie King has been battling a disorder which 10 per cent of the population suffer from - dyslexia. Mollie says she has never let dyslexia hold her back, and today she tells us how she manages the disorder and shares the realities of growing up with it.

One mum's heartbreak: 'Why is my deaf son being refused 'magic ears'?'

He needs £80,000 for life-changing surgery to learn to speak: three-year-old Benjamin Wayne is profoundly deaf in one ear and severely deaf in the other. He wears a hearing aid, but still struggles to understand other’s speech.

One day, Benjamin will lose his hearing completely - but an operation to fit cochlear implants could fully restore his senses completely.

However NHS England have refused to fund the expensive procedure because they believe he is ‘not deaf enough yet’. We’re joined by Benjamin’s mum Joanna, who has set up the Benji's Magic Ears campaign to support her son, and audiologist Vicki Kirwin.