With over two million of us cycling at least once a week and 44% of people having access to a bicycle, cycling has never been more popular.
But if you don't know your drop handlebars from your carbon fibre frames then don't grind your gears, Steve Wilson is here with his guide to choosing the right bike for you and the best gadgets to put on it when you do.
Trucker Matt Cherry has been driving lorries for 10 years, but says he's witnessed a 'massive increase' in the number of immigrants desperately trying to jump onto lorries in order to enter the UK illegally.
He says Calais is overrun with gangs, and has described the port as a warzone, as immigrants throw rocks at his vehicle in a bid to slow him down and climb aboard. Back at base he's even seen men emerge from trucks and escape.
Matt joins us today, with his truck, outside the studio.
As Google invents an unsend button, would it have saved you from a lifetime of embarrassment? Have you upset a partner, a friend or perhaps even your boss? We hear your funny stories.
It's not cool, it's not fun to have, and I strive every day to get better
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is the fourth most common mental illness in the UK, and is expected to affect approximately 740,000 people at any one time.
Hayley Leitch was diagnosed with OCD in 2007 and at her worst, would wash her hands with neat bleach up to 60 times a day.
Hayley joins us to talk about the most recent series of Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners, as well as the struggle that she faces every day.
Hayley told us: "I wake up in the morning, and I'm forced, against my will, to carry out these rituals to keep my children safe."
"At its worst, when I was first diagnosed, there were times when I wanted to die."
TV: Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners: Country House Rescue, starts tonight at 8pm on Channel 4
It has been Britain's worst terrorist atrocity since the 7/7 attack. As we go to air, we still don't know the full death toll of Britons killed on a Tunisian beach at the weekend. But it's feared more than 30 who left the UK for a sunshine break have died.
We'll have all the travel advice on where to go and where to miss if you are heading abroad and Denise, plus security expert Will Geddes and travel writer Lyn Hughes will take your calls on anything that has upset you or worried you about the weekend's news.
What do you tell your children for instance? Are you about to cancel your travel plans? And what can be done about the terrorist threat, do you think as some of the papers are suggesting this morning that the SAS should be sent in to Syria to hunt the terrorists and is that at all practical?
Everything I've ever worked for has gone now.
Susan Tollefsen met an Italian man online, and fell for his charm and attention.
Glen, as he called himself, told her they had friends in common and the two were soon speaking everyday.
After six months, he started to ask her for money - and before she knew it, she'd handed over £160,000 of her life savings.
Haggling is alive and kicking on the UK high street – while most people walk in and pay the price on the tag, an army of savvy bargain hunters know it’s all about asking for a discount. So our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis is here to reveal the top 10 stores to try it in and his tips for slashing the price.
It's very, very difficult to prevent something like this
After last Friday's horrific attack on sunbathing tourists on a beach on Tunisia, many holidaymakers are left wondering whether they will be safe on holiday.
Was this a planned attack and were British tourists the intended targets? What does this mean for people visiting the area this summer? We speak to terrorism and security expert Will Geddes and travel editor Lyn Hughes to find out more.