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My violent children

I don't want other people to suffer

– Pauline Bubb on her decision to speak out

Violence at home is a problem that many women will face at one point in their lives, but what if the attacker isn't their partner but their children?

Tonight a documentary blows apart a dirty secret hidden by so many parents. Pauline Bubb who was attacked 30 times a day by her own daughter and stabbed in the stomach with a pair of scissors by her son, joins us to tell us why she lives in fear of her own offspring.

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What's the weirdest thing you've found in your home?

This is the moment two cows were found wandering around a front room. Stunned Pat Costen got out of the shower and noticed a "strange smell" in her house. She then noticed a large cow pat at the bottom of the stairs, followed the trail of hoof prints before finding two cows in her TV room! We'd love to know what's the strangest thing you've encountered in your home?

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Will Phillip and Greg go feral?

It was good to have him on now before he gets banged up!

– Phillip Schofield

For Tuesday's Best Bit, Phillip and Amanda had to bring up actor Greg Wise and his thought-provoking interview in which he confesses to refusing to pay his tax bill.

Phillip and Greg also make a rather unusual pact which could see our presenter resembling a certain frozen food mascot...

Watch the full interview with Greg Wise

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Britain's most shameless shoplifter

I’m not a nasty person. I’ve helped people out as well, its not all just about me. That’s my bit of charity.

– Kim Farry

Kim Farry - labelled Britain’s most shameless shoplifter - has admitted to stealing up to two million pounds worth of goods to fund a lavish lifestyle, but still claims benefits. Explaining her story, Kim said, “I started at nine years old. My mum had a hard time, dad left her and one morning she had one egg between nine kids, she had no money and was crying so I took it upon myself to go and get some food. And that’s how it started.”

Kim later admitted that she wanted to change her ways but doesn’t want her luxury lifestyle to alter. “I like to live well, I eat nice food, I’ve got good morals… I’m not a nasty person. I’ve helped people out as well, it's not all just about me. That’s my bit of charity. Am I like Robin Hood? Yes, basically.”

Revealing the last time she shoplifted some goods, Kim said, “It was about twelve weeks ago now. It was Christmas presents for my children. I don’t want everyone to think I’m just taking things for the sake of it. It’s not like that. How can I change if people don’t give you a chance? I would do anything as long as it’s a job, I don’t care. I want to work.”

Watch our interview to find out why Kim has decided to give up shoplifting, and why she's decided to come clean on live TV.

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Jon Snow: 'I felt worse than I felt in Gaza'

There was nobody in my world, I felt in a very, very dark place

– Jon Snow on taking skunk for Drugs Live

Tonight viewers will get the chance to see legendary broadcaster Jon Snow as they have never seen him before; taking part in a groundbreaking experiment on the effects of cannabis.

Drugs Live: Cannabis on Trial sees volunteers and celebrities take part in a trial looking at the effects of two forms of the drug - skunk and hash. Jon joins us to discuss his experiences taking the drugs, and why he felt worse while taking skunk, than he did when reporting live from Gaza.

Drugs Live: Cannabis on Trial, Channel 4, Tonight, 10pm

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What a hero! Jumpmaster saves skydiver's life

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This shocking footage shows the moment skydiver Christopher Jones jumped from a plane only to have a full-blown seizure in freefall!

His life was saved by his jumpmaster, who somehow managed to pull his ripcord for him at 4000ft meaning Christopher floated to safety and is alive to tell the tale: “It was possibly the scariest moment of my life. Thankfully my jumpmaster manages to pull my ripcord at around 4,000 feet. I become conscious at 3,000 feet and land safely back to the ground.”

We want to hear your hero stories, and it doesn’t have to be about falling from a plane! Who is the hero in your life? Tell us who and a brief description of why and we will do our best to read them out on the show today!

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