In all honesty I don't care what people think - it's not their relationship to worry about
We are often told that true love knows no boundaries and this is certainly the case for newlyweds Max, 71, and Samantha Delmege, 32. Their nearly 40-year age gap didn’t stop the couple tying the knot last year and now they are trying desperately for a baby.
Despite Max already being a grandfather twice over, and being old enough to be Samantha’s grandad, the couple have begun gruelling IVF treatment to achieve their dream of becoming parents. Max and Samantha now join us live from Australia.
Images of French armed police officers ordering a Muslim woman to remove her burkini on a packed Nice beach has further fuelled a debate over the banning of the full-body Islamic swimsuit because of its alleged links to terrorism.
Critics claim the clothing is provocative in the current climate of fear, while those opposed to the ban say the beachwear does not cover the face, and is popular with non-Muslims seeking protection from the sun.
But should the burkini be banned on popular holiday beaches or does a woman have a right to dress as she wishes without being intimidated and asked to publicly remove items of clothing? We’re joined by practising Muslim Lauren Booth and broadcaster James Whale to discuss.
Alex Lewis bravely battled a streptococcal infection that resulted in him having his arms and legs amputated in a desperate bid to save his life.
Almost three years on, Alex joins us ahead of his upcoming challenge for The Pilgrim Bandits charity, which will see him kayak 210 miles through the freezing waters of Greenland.
Hoping to raise money for military personnel who have lost limbs at war, Alex joins us alongside son Sam to talk about his wedding plans, hopes for the future and how the support of our very own James Martin has meant everything to him.
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We meet the mum of two boys who are now sisters after transitioning to girls. Jamie and Daniel O’Herlihy both grew up struggling with their gender, but because they felt they couldn’t talk about, they both struggled alone.
Their mum Sarah is here along with Jamie, 23 (who kept her gender-neutral name) and Chloe, 20, to tell us how she first reacted, and why she now doesn’t look at it as if she has lost two sons, because she just wants her children to be happy.