If we were all the same it would be a bit boring, really
Now it's a big issue, but opening up about it is no small matter. We're talking about penis size, and reports suggest it's a subject that concerns nearly half of all British men. We're joined today by three of the country's bravest lads - Jack, Clive and Ant - to talk about how they are proud to be owners of a so-called 'micro-penis'.
Studies suggest by the end of January, having seen no results, the majority of us will give-up on our New Year's resolutions and condemn ourselves to another year of piling on the pounds!
So where are we going wrong? Should you eat breakfast before working out? Do you lose more pounds the longer you exercise? And do you really need to break a sweat to make a difference? There are hundreds of fitness myths like these floating around and Dr Michael Mosley is here to answer them once and for all to help us reach our fitness goals.
In November we revealed that five million tumble dryers are at risk of catching fire and are subject to a major recall - even our very own Holly was affected.
Nine weeks on and not only is the situation still a long way from being resolved, it's clear there are a number of people who are still completely unaware that their dryer is such a danger.
Consumer journalist Alice Beer joins us now to give us the latest and reveal what you need to do if you’re affected.
A devastating mosquito-borne virus that is linked to brain damage and birth defects has hit the headlines this week as experts warn of an explosive outbreak. US President Barack Obama has called for urgent action against the Zika virus, as the World Health Organisation admitted their concern that the eruption will affect nearly all the Americas.
Dr Ranj, travel expert Simon Calder and insect expert Dr James Logan join us today to explain the risks.
Russell Dean was a police officer who was left traumatised and terrified after an attack on duty.
Now medically retired because of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the former officer is too scared to go out in public, cannot face getting on public transport and has night terrors about the attack.
But can Nik and Eva Speakman help him overcome his crippling condition?
As Chris Packham brands Britain a nation of dog-ists, the wildlife expert has called for the UK’s shops and restaurants to open up their doors to our canine friends to avoid the ‘unnecessary distress and anxiety’ caused when we leave them at home or tied up outside a shop.
So, would you mind having a dog present while dining out or do you think this idea is a right old dog's dinner? We're joined by one half of the Barking Blondes Anna Webb and dog owner and writer Anna May Mangan.
After a headteacher blasted parents who wear pyjamas and slippers while dropping the children off to school , we’ll be asking - are mums that do this slummy mummies or should you be able to deliver your children to school in whatever attire you choose?
Talking to us live from Darlington is the headteacher enforcing the ban, Kate Chisholm, and joining us in the studio is mother of two blogger and writer Natalie Brown who says we should back off busy parents and Angela Epstein who is disgusted when she sees slovenly parents on the school run.
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