Monday sees the start of our Supernatural Week, and we have alien contactee counsellor Joanne Summerscales in the studio taking your calls about extra-terrestrial experiences.
If you have an encounter that you would like to speak to our 'alien agony aunt' about, send details of your experience, plus your name and a contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org and you may be selected as a caller.
Emails must be in by 11.30 on Monday 28th April and applicants must be 18 or over. Terms and conditions at itv.com/terms.
Do you think you have been swindled out of money by a psychic? Do you think someone who has claimed to have psychic powers has conned you? We are looking for people who think they are victims of supernatural fraud for a show next week. If you would like to come on the show and tell your story, get in touch.
Email email@example.com by midnight on Thursday 24 April. You must be 18 or over.
Terms at itv.com/terms
In the week that Bob Geldof buried his beloved daughter Peaches we speak to Toni Scoullar, who went through a similar, terrible ordeal when she lost her daughter Rebekah in 2009.
Every hour, another person in the UK goes blind. But with the help of a guide dog, registered blind and partially sighted people have a chance to get some independence back and the freedom to go out safely.
For two people in particular, their guide dogs haven't just helped them find their way around town... they've helped them find true love! Today we meet Claire and Mark Gaffey, who are both registered blind, and their guide dogs Venice and Rodd.
The couple are here to tell us about how a chance meeting at a dog training course two years ago ended up in them tying the knot last month.
Terminally-ill teenager Stephen Sutton, who set up a bucket list of things to do before he dies, has raised more than £1.5 million for charity, and now comedian Jason Manford wants to get his donations to the Teenage Cancer Trust to the £2 million mark...