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At a whopping 7ft 7inches, Paul Sturgess from Loughborough is officially Britain’s tallest man, after recently inheriting the crown from the late Game Of Thrones star Neil Fingleton.
Basketball player Paul has size 19 feet, eats up to 7,000 calories a day and weighs in at 25 stone!
After seven years with the Harlem Globetrotters, Paul has set his sight on his next challenge - cracking the bright lights of Hollywood!
The tallest man in Britain joins Eamonn and Ruth on the sofa... if he can fit through the door, that is!
Mum Olivia is dedicating her life to teaching toddlers how to survive if they fall in water, after her own son Jack drowned on his 3rd birthday.
But should you put your children through such an apparently distressing ordeal? Paul Thompson from Water Babies says no - stating that you will merely make your child terrified of the water at an early and influential age.
What do you think? Have your say in our poll below.
He's the patron saint of pets, thanks to his pioneering methods, and now Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick is coming to the rescue of our four-legged friends once again, in a brand new series.
Among the animals he's worked wonders on is dog Hector, who had a spinal problem that made it difficult for him to walk and, without treatment, would have left him paralysed. But thanks to an ingenious invention and surgery by Noel, the German Pointer has made a full recovery and is able to tear around the park with his family once more.
Real-life superhero Noel joins us alongside Hector and his owner Becky Holland.
Born with cerebral palsy and confined to a wheelchair, teenager Nujeen Mustafa had spent most of her life stuck in her family's fifth floor apartment in Aleppo, Syria. That was until, like millions of other Syrians, she was forced to flee the war-torn city and make the dangerous 3,500 mile journey to Germany in search of refuge.
A challenge even for an able-bodied person, it seemed like a complete impossibility considering Nujeen was doing it in her rickety old wheelchair. But against the odds, she overcame bombings, smugglers, an overcrowded dinghy and even a Slovenian jail cell to finally make it to Cologne in 2015.
After settling into normal life, Nujeen joins us to describe the treacherous journey that refugees face every day.
I have concluded the only way to guarantee certainty and security for years ahead is to hold this election
BREAKING NEWS: Prime minister Theresa May has announced plans to call a general election.
The prime minister said a general election will be held on June 8. There will be a Commons vote on the proposed election on Wednesday.
It comes less than a month after Downing Street said an early election was "not going to happen".
Explaining her change of heart, Mrs May said, "I have concluded the only way to guarantee certainty and security for years ahead is to hold this election."
The PM can formally call an early election if two-thirds of MPs in the House of Commons (391) vote for it. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has indicated his party would support such a move.
She’s back! Kerry Katona has lived a roller coaster life of ups and downs, but it has never been dull. She joins us to speak out against the cruel bullies who trolled her 15-year-old daughter Molly last year, and to tell us why - despite all that’s happened to her - she’s back with husband George, happier than ever, down to her perfect size 8 figure, and planning baby number six!
But could Kerry already be pregnant? Trust our Eamonn to ask! Hear what she said, above.
It's a story that's left us all heartbroken - Charlie Gard, the eight-month-old little boy desperately ill with a rare illness, that left him dependant on life support. Last week a court decided that life support should be withdrawn.
Today we hear from Charlie's mum, Connie Yates, after she first joined us in March, who says they’re still defiant to fight for their son’s life, and know better than the doctors what’s right for their little boy.