Happy 1st birthday Prince George

Prince George with Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge

Prince George Alexander Louis Cambridge celebrates his first birthday on Tuesday 22 July, so we've asked legendary royal photographer Arthur Edwards and royal reporter Victoria Murphy to look back at the little Prince's life in the limelight so far.

Arthur will be talking about - and showing off - some of his favourite pictures of the future King, and Victoria will have the inside gossip on what party celebrations the little boy may have to mark his first year.

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Keep your kids safe online

Most UK schools are now on their summer holidays, meaning that millions of children will have hours of extra free time to spend on social media - such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

But do we really know what they're getting up to online and how safe they are? We commissioned a poll for under-16s, hosted by Netmums, to see how well they understand staying safe online.

Today, Mark Williams-Thomas talks us through the results, plus looks at some of the most popular apps that children use, and helps parents to manage their children's online activity.

Internet safety helplines

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Reuben's Retreat supports families in need

In 2012, Nicola Graham suffered every parent's worst nightmare. After her baby boy Reuben fell and hit his head, Nicola rushed him to hospital, assuming he had concussion. But a scan revealed that he had a large brain tumour, and just over a week later, Reuben died, aged just 23 months old.

Devastated by her son's death, Nicola decided to help others like her, and set up Reuben's Retreat, to support the families of terminally ill children.

Helped by friend and former Coronation Street star Julie Hesmondhalgh, she's on track to raise £1 million. Nicola and Julie join Eamonn and Ruth to tell the story.

Find out more about Reuben's Retreat

For more advice see our brain tumour helplines, sick and disabled children helplines and bereavement helplines

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The Life and Lies of Jimmy Savile

Savile would have been furious with this book

– Dan Davies

For over 40 years Jimmy Savile was at the forefront of pop culture, the eccentric TV and radio personality who befriended prime ministers, celebrities and royalty and raised millions for charity.

However, nearly a year after his death, in October 2012, it emerged that Savile had used his position to abuse the vulnerable. Journalist Dan Davies spent more than a decade on a quest to find the real Jimmy. Dan was given access to the man now at the centre of the darkest scandal of recent years and joins Eamonn and Ruth to reveal what he discovered.

In Plain Sight: The Life and Lies of Jimmy Savile by Dan Davies is out now

Child abuse and survivor support helplines

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Meet Staffy George, who changed John's life

Born and bred on a rough east London estate, John Dolan's early life was one of neglect and abuse, and his childhood gift for drawing was stamped out by life's harsh realities.

As he grew older, he found himself battling class A drug abuse, life in prison and subsequently periods of homelessness. However a chance encounter with a tearaway Staffy puppy (George) changed the the path of his life forever, and within weeks of meeting, John and George had become inseparable.

John holds up his new book John & George, the dog who changed my life

It was love for his canine pal that inspired John to pick up his long-forgotten gift for drawing sketching pictures of George, which he would sell to passers-by on the street. Three years on John is a respected member of the London art world and his star is set to rise even further. He joins us today to discuss his remarkable story...

John Dolan's exhibition John and George is at the Howard Griffin Gallery in Shoreditch and his book John & George is out now

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Sir Patrick Stewart on Assisted Dying bill

Actor Sir Patrick Stewart joins us today not to discuss his distinguished career, but rather a matter of greater importance, the issue of life and death.

Sir Patrick has lent his support to the Dignity in Dying campaign to legalise assisted dying in the UK after learning of the circumstances surrounding the death of a close friend. He believes, "We have no control over how we arrive in the world, but at the end of a life we should have control over how we leave it."

Today (Friday 18 July) the controversial Assisted Dying bill is being debated in the House of Lords.

Euthanasia and assisted suicide

Talking about dying helplines

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