When we asked for your questions to put to Holly's bunch of psychic bananas, we never guessed that such a personal one would come in for Phillip!
But ask the banana we did - and it gave rather a definitive answer, we think you'll agree...
Love conquered all at Wimbledon as British qualifier Marcus Willis pulled off an amazing victory thanks to the backing of his girlfriend Jenny Bate.
Marcus, 25, who is ranked 772 in the world and works as a coach at the Warwick Boat Club, nearly quit tennis altogether before girlfriend Jenny, whom he met at an Ellie Goulding gig this year, persuaded him to try for Wimbledon instead.
Yesterday her faith in him was repaid as Marcus beat his Lithuanian opponent Ričardas Berankis in straight sets (6-3 6-3 6-4), a win which will see him in a second round clash with seven-time champion Roger Federer on Wednesday. Good luck Marcus!
Today we meet the mother who is urging parents to shield their children with suncream after her teenage daughter died of skin cancer last November.
Jennifer Nicholson blames herself for not smothering her daughter in suncream during British summers of her childhood - wishing she had taken more seriously how dangerous the British sun is.
She joins us now with her heartbreaking story alongside Dr Chris with his medical advice.
A few months ago 15-year-old Bailey Davila's life was turned upside down when enthusiastic One Direction fans noticed his uncanny resemblance to the star.
Texan-born Bailey has fast become an internet sensation - racking up over 4,000 followers, and is even getting stopped for selfies in his home town. Today we cross live to Bailey and his mum Cristin to find out more.
It's one of the most natural things for a mother to do, but what do you feel about breastfeeding in public? One mother in Canada made a bold statement when she breastfed at her own wedding, with the wedding pictures to prove it.
What do you think about a mother's right to breastfeed in public? Would you prefer it was kept a private activity? Journalist and dad, Martin Daubney and novelist and mum Hilary Freeman join us to have their say on the issue along with Christina Torino-Benton, the breastfeeding bride, via video call from Canada.
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Imagine undergoing a routine surgery procedure and waking up with a completely different accent… that’s what happened to born and bred Texan Lisa Alamia who sounds English after being diagnosed with Foreign Accent Syndrome.
It’s an extremely rare neurological condition which affects around 100 people worldwide. Having never visited the UK or watched any British TV, she’s baffled by the condition and joins us from her hometown of Rosenberg, Texas. Dr Ranj is in the studio to explain her diagnosis.
A few months ago, we spoke to Pauline and Jim Green who were fighting to bring their son Matthew back from Spain after he disappeared from their London home six years ago.
Due to data protection laws, they weren’t even sure if they would ever see him again - but thankfully, he is now back in the UK and is being cared for in a special facility.
Parents Pauline and Jim join us to tell us how grateful they are to have him back in the country.