Epic space drama Gravity was a big winner at the Oscars, and a new Channel 4 documentary explores what it's like to live and work outside Earth's atmosphere.
On Wednesday we'll be keeping our feet firmly on the ground as we take a look at what's going on out there, but to do that, we want your out-of-space snaps.
Have you caught a shooting star on camera, maybe you've witnessed the Northern Lights, or perhaps you've seen an unidentified flying object?
Email email@example.com with your picture, your name, location and contact number by 10:30am on Wednesday 12 March. You must be 18 years or over to take part.
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In 2008 Peter's life changed forever when his second wife, who was significantly younger than him, revealed that she was desperate to be a mother.
Peter had had a vasectomy some years ago, so the couple were unable to conceive naturally. As a result Peter reluctantly agreed to meet up with a sperm donor that his wife had found on an informal donor website.
It ended up being a disastrous decision as Peter's wife began having an affair with the donor. But far from living happily ever after, she and the donor ended up in a bitter court battle, where the donor was exposed as a man who slept with countless women on the promise of getting them pregnant. Peter's with us today to share his story...
There’s just under a month left to take advantage of this year’s tax-free savings allowance. So Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis is here to tell us what an Isa is and to run down his best buys.
Jayde Dinsdale, 18, is lucky to be alive. After a boisterous night out where she downed Jagerbombs (the spirit Jagermeister mixed with energy drinks) she suddenly collapsed and was rushed to hospital, suffering three heart attacks before being induced into a coma to protect her heart and brain.
Fighting for her life on a life support machine surrounded by her terrified parents, she was lucky to recover, but the near-tragic event has spawned a massive debate on the dangers of caffeinated energy drinks. Jayne Dinsdale and her mum Natalie Dinsdale join Phillip and Holly in the studio to tell their story.
Famous for her role in iconic eighties drama Howard's Way, actress and model Sally Farmiloe, 59, was dealt a devastating blow when, in May 2012, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She underwent surgery and believed she had beaten the disease.
However, just over a year later, she was rushed back into hospital weak, frail, and dangerously ill. This time she was confronted with the heartbreaking news that the cancer had spread to her bones and liver, it was incurable.
Determined to fight the disease with every ounce of her strength, Sally has clawed her way back from the brink of death on several occasions. She joins us now to tell us more about her incredible determination to enjoy every last second of her life.
King of the cosmos Russell Grant is back and this week he's casting his astrological eye over some more viewers' dilemmas, difficulties and decisions. First up, called Sam wonders if she'll ever be lucky in love.
Do you understand cash ISAs? The ISA year is nearly up, so use it or lose it.
If you need help send us your ISA questions and we'll put some of them to money man Martin Lewis on the show. We need your questions by 10am on Monday 10 March. You must be 18 or over.
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