As Jeremy Clarkson admits today that being sacked from Top Gear was his own 'silly fault', this is the subject of today's phone-in.
Have you made a mistake you regret to this day? Do you wish you could turn back the clock? Maybe you left your partner and wish you could get them back? Perhaps you never got to tell someone you loved them before they passed away? Or maybe a drunken mistake has changed the course of your life? Whatever your regret, Denise is here to help.
Helpline: 0808 802 4040
A confidential and anonymous helpline for anyone concerned about their violence and/or abuse towards a partner or ex-partner.
Are you facing a financial dilemma? Perhaps you are wondering about the fairest way to go about giving money to your loved ones, or maybe you are considering investing your money in a scheme or maybe even property and don’t know what to do next? Or maybe you are looking for ways to start saving but are stuck on how to start?
Martin Lewis has the answers, but you might not like them!
Detectives have just revealed that over 250 celebrities and politicians were accused of historical child abuse last year. Police now expect to receive at least 116,000 reports of historic child sex abuse by the end of the year - an increase of 71% from 2012.
Joining us today are former detective Mark Williams Thomas, lawyer Liz Dux and victim of Max Clifford's abuse, Sharon Elliott.
Wednesday's best bit just has to be Felicity Kendal - of course it is!
Amanda thought she was "fit", Phillip said she was "sexy", and as she's nearing 70 she tells us she's wilder than ever before!
Best bits for a Tuesday? "Boobs and drink"... not to be blunt or anything Phillip and Amanda!
We spoke to Ivan Le Casque and his partner Victoria Highlander who spent £11,500 on breast surgery to boost her to a 26K - the couple believe big boobs are the secret to a happy relationship.
And drink? Did you know chicken stock is good for collagen? Find out more here!
Dealing with naughty children is the topic for today's phone-in. Are you having trouble getting your child to behave? Or perhaps you're worried their temper will get them in trouble with the police if things continue. Maybe things have got to the point where you're actually scared of your own child?
Paediatrician Dr Ravi Jayaram is here to answer your calls.
In 1991, at just 21 months old - Ben Needham went missing while on holiday in Greece. It has just been announced that a new investigation is to be launched, and Ben's mum Kerry is her to tell us why she'll never give up hope.
More info: helpfindben.co.uk
Alice Beer is here to bring us the latest news on consumer issues.
Today Alice reveals the secret behind supermarket special offers and how they may not be as good a deal as they seem, gives us the best tips on online shopping and tells us why shopping for a vegetarian can be a hidden minefield!