McDonald's worker Robert Aitken bought 64 burgers and fries with his own money for homeless people in Edinburgh last Friday. Since then he has raised over £2000 to spend on buying more food and drink for the homeless.
Following his generous act, we surprise Robert with a special gift to say thank you.
What a guy!
A nice glass of English sparkling wine in the sun... and then another... and perhaps another.
Phillip and Holly were united in today's highlight; getting to finish off the summer fizz they didn't get time to sample after the show had finished.
Imagine if your footwear was the determining factor in whether you were allowed to work or not? Well that’s just what happened to receptionist Nicola Thorp when she was told she could not work at PricewaterhouseCoopers after she refused to wear heels.
Now Nicola has set up a petition calling for the dress code to be banned, but what are reasonable dress code demands? Can a workplace actually force female employees to wear heels?
Joining us to discuss the issue is feminist, Kate Smurthwaite who says such demands are five decades out of date and, columnist Angela Epstein who believes women should wear heels to work because they are the smarter choice, and convey a sense of professionalism.
Well. What a lovely summer that was! It only lasted a week, and now we're back to watching our weather apps to try and find a window of opportunity to venture outside without rain soaking us all to the bone.
But whose app would provide the most accurate estimation when the rain would fall? Phillip or Holly's? And would either of them admit that theirs was inferior? We feel a storm is brewing... a competitive one!
Gadget man Steve Wilson is back with his guide to the coolest camping kit on the market.
From home comforts to amazing accessories he has everything you need to make outdoor living easy and breezy (sunshine not guaranteed)!
A 36-year-old man from Eastbourne has been cautioned after he stole photos of several woman he knew from their social media sites and posted them on an unpleasant adult website, inviting fellow users to be sexually violent towards them.
The victims, who include a former work colleague, a family friend, and - most disturbingly - his younger sister, feel violated and say that his sick crime has been ignored after he was let off with just a caution.
They all join us on the sofa to tell their story.
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As millions of shoppers scan expensive vitamin supplements through the checkout each year, making supplement companies £670m annually, could we be getting the same nutrition from the food we eat every day?
Alice Beer investigates whether we are wasting our money on pills when we could easily be putting the vitamins on our plate.
That's what makes him beautiful! Harry Styles sent the internet into meltdown after posting a photograph of his famous long locks lopped off in a plait. However, he wasn't attempting to break the hearts of One Directioner's all over the world, he is instead donating his freshly cut hair to the charity Little Princess Trust.
We've lined up some volunteers who want to get in on the action, and hairdresser to the stars Paul Percival is here to give them a much needed trim. There's a lot of hair to get through though so his scissors might be in need of a sharpen!