As part of our celebration of Book Month, we wanted to find out what novels inspire some of our best-loved stars. Actress Emilia Fox told us about her favourite read Rebecca, Anthony Horowitz took us on a tour of Sherlock Holmes' London town and impressionist Jon Culshaw revealed why Charles Dickens has made such an impression on him.
Today actress Caroline Quentin takes a stroll through Hardy country to explore her favourite book Tess of the D'Urbervilles.
It's a book that reminds Phillip of his native Cornwall, and when he describes it to us we can see why.
So which novel did Schofe pick as his favourite of all time? Watch the video to find out.
After Kellie Maloney’s cosmetic surgery went drastically wrong abroad, we took calls about cosmetic surgery with plastic surgeon Angelica Kavouni and Paul McClorry, Head of Travel Law at Slater & Gordon.
Twenty-seven-month-old Talia, the daughter of Gosia Szymanowicz was just 15 weeks old when Gosia's estranged husband (and Talia's father) kidnapped the infant while they were out shopping as a family in Cardiff.
Maher Belaid took Talia from the safety of their Barry home and travelled to war-torn Libya to be with his family. On his return to the UK earlier this year, Maher was arrested and admitted to the charge of abduction. Just over a week ago he was sentenced to six and a half years in jail, while Talia remains in Libya.
The court heard that there was no prospect of Talia being returned home, and Gosia is here today to tell us she's terrified that she'll never see her daughter again.
If I don't have it done my journey will never be complete
We all remember the shock last August when boxing promoter Frank Maloney announced he was now living as a woman and wanted to be known as Kellie. As a 61-year-old in a sport not known for its tolerance, Kellie always knew her transition wasn’t going to be straightforward.
But three weeks ago, after surgery abroad to make her face look more feminine, Kellie suffered complications that left her in intensive care and, as she puts it, with a face “like a Halloween mask”. Kellie is still recovering from the ordeal, which has left her too distraught to leave the house. But she insists she will go ahead with the most important operation of all – the six-hour, final sex-change operation to become a woman.
We are also joined by Kellie’s 38-year-old daughter Emma, who has made Kellie promise not to have any more cosmetic surgery on her face.
Over 4,000 people applied to This Morning's Be A Best Seller competition and all this week, we'll be meeting our five finalists - all budding authors hoping for the chance to win a place on a creative writing course and literary agent representation for their winning novel.
Today we meet our second finalist Andrew Ewart and his love story with a twist, Reels.
Today we're meeting Tim Hines, the dad who was arrested for leaving his poorly child in the car for five minutes whilst he popped to the chemist to get her medicine.
Do you think that it's right for parents to be arrested for leaving children alone? Do you think that prosecuting a parent for leaving their child is nonsense and a waste of time? Would you leave your child alone, even for a few minutes? We answer some calls from parents who tell us of their experiences, opinions and concerns.
Tonight on Channel 4 a groundbreaking documentary airs called The Paedophile Next Door which looks at the devastating effect paedophiles have had on society but also how the current approach to tackling child abuse is not working.
Today we're joined by two people who appear in the film: senior lecturer Dr Sarah Goode, who believes society needs to stop the witch hunt and offer paedophiles treatment instead, and Ian McFadyen who was repeatedly raped by his teacher in the 70s and who comes face to face with a self-confessed paedophile in the documentary.
TV: The Paedophile Next Door airs tonight at 9pm on Channel 4