'She had what I call, a lady shelf... and I've only got a little ledge'

With its innuendo-laden comedy and panto-type characters, Are You Being Served? was a juggernaut of 1970s television. And after 31 years off air, the department store comedy is coming back and is serving up a brand new cast. From Bafta-winning actors to soap favourites, the show’s brought together an impressive cast to recapture the magic of the nation’s favourite sitcom.

Stepping into the shoes of Mrs Slocombe is Benidorm star Sherrie Hewson - and stepping dangerously close to hot water is our very own Eamonn Holmes!

Louis Smith: 'to know you haven’t got that gold medal, I needed a minute to let that sink in'

I’ve been training over 20 years, with the dream that I want to be at the Olympic Games and an Olympic champion… and to know you haven’t got that gold medal, I needed a minute to let that sink in. I just needed a moment.

– Louis Smith

The flame went out on the 2016 Olympics in Rio on Sunday, bringing to an end 16 remarkable days of sporting action. But while most of the athletes are sharing the limelight for their record-breaking wins, Louis Smith hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons.

When he appeared not to congratulate fellow teammate Max Whitlock for taking gold in the pommel horse final, Louis was criticised for being a ‘bad sport’. So did he really swear when the results were given and how does he feel now he is back from Rio?

Fatherhood? 'It's been a bit of a shock - it's the real world!'

My life from the pictures seems a lot more glamorous than it is!

– Patrick Kielty

After spending some time away in Los Angeles, comedian and presenter Patrick Kielty is back in the UK and back on our TV screens hosting Debatable, a new daily quiz show for BBC2.

So how’s Patrick juggling life as a new dad to baby Milo with wife Cat Deely, and is he back in the UK for good? It’s a long overdue catch up with this funnyman.

Bessie the dog sniffed out our daughter's life-threatening disease

Man's best friend can be loyal, obedient, loving - but is your dog a life saver? Border Collie Bessie certainly is - she alerted toddler Philippa Wood’s family to their daughter’s life-threatening disease, when she began acting strangely around the two year old. She refused to leave the youngster’s side for a second, prompting the family to seek medical help.

Phillipa was found to have acute lymphoblastic leukaemia and is about to embark on her second round of aggressive chemo. Philippa, her parents Phil and Paula and their hero Border Collie Bessie join us alongside the CEO of Medical Detection Dogs, Dr Claire Guest.