On Friday's show with Eamonn and Ruth, we're debating the Milk Tray advert, talking about the recent Family Court ruling and cooking up beef rendang with John Torode.
Join us for all that and more from 10:30!
Never seeing their children again: a Family Court discussion
Three years ago, Karissa Cox and Richard Carter were wrongly accused of child abuse against their 6-week-old baby. Despite being cleared yesterday, the couple face a fight if they are ever to be reunited with their, now adopted, child again. Joining us today to discuss the issues surrounding cases like this are Denise Robertson, who is outraged at what she calls a lack of 'proper investigation' in child abuse cases, and, social worker Joanna Nicolas, who argues that cases like this are extremely rare and says a criminal conviction is not what's important when discussing the interests of child welfare.
The Milk Tray Man is returning to our screens as Cadbury launches a search for his successor. In a new advert James Coombes (a Milk Tray man from the 80s) calls for "a new hero to deliver the famous box".
But in 2015 is this our idea of romance and chivalry? Or is it sexist and out of date? Journalists Catherine Cooper (44) and Kelly Rose Bradford (42) join us to discuss the chocolate box icon.
Vincent and Flavia
Former-Strictly superstars Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace who are on currently on a mammoth UK tour with their final theatre show ‘The Last Tango’. They join us to talk about their show and their plans for the future. They’ll also be performing a passionate Tango live.
Martin's Money Makers
Martin Lewis is here with his tips on how to bag cheap Christmas train tickets now, beauty freebies, and more
The Queen of crime, Martina Cole, is one of the UK's most popular writers and her books have topped bestseller lists for over 20 years. Her books have sold more than 14 million copies and been translated into 29 languages worldwide. Martina's hard-hitting writing made her the first British female adult author to surpass the £50 million sales mark. Now, this no.1 bestseller is back with her twenty-second novel, Get Even, a story about a woman who takes revenge for her husband’s death, 20 years after the crime. Martina joins us to tell us all about her new release.
Cookery with John Torode
Ahead of the big Wales ss Australia rugby match tomorrow, John Torode is in the kitchen with a crowd-pleasing dish sure to satisfy hungry fans at half-time; Beef Rendang with roti and cucumber salad.
I escaped from North Korea
When Yeonmi Park escaped the dictatorship of North Korea at the age of 13, she realised she had so much to learn. Brainwashed for her entire life, she knew nothing of love, she didn't know how to express opinions, she had never heard of a bank account. All she knew was how to be loyal to 'Great Leader', Kim Jong Il. Since his death, his son, Kim Jong Un runs the country with the same iron fist. She joins us on the sofa for her first UK TV interview ahead of her speech at the Women in the World Summit in London this evening. Her new book, 'In Order To Live' she reveals all about her life living under dictatorship.
The Beauty Desk
Now, it may be autumn, but in the world of fashion and beauty it's all about Spring Summer 2016 and the new trends for hair, make-up and skincare. Anti-aging is out and pro-aging is in! And blue eye-shadow is making a comeback. With news on that, and lots more, here's The Beauty Desk.
All Supermarkets in England are now charging 5p for plastic bags and the Supermarkets are bracing themselves for an increase in shopping basket thefts. But does anyone really want to steal a shopping basket? A Tesco security guard that stopped shopper Khalia Smith seemed to think so. Alice Beer is here with everything we need to know.
Our favourite Essex boy is back with the latest showbiz news from the red-carpet