She's been a Bond girl, a lady of Downton Abbey and now she's a Dirty Rotten Scoundrel!
Samantha Bond has played most characters under the sun in her 30 year career, but this month sees a career first as she takes to the stage of the Savoy Theatre in her debut musical theatre performance as a wealthy divorcee looking for love in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
Based on the 1988 film of the same name, the show takes Samantha out of her comfort zone and straight into a childhood dream. She joins us now to talk singing, Downton and channelling Ginger Rogers.
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels opens at the Savoy Theatre on Wednesday 2 April
The Oscars may have been and gone, but there is still plenty to keep you entertained in the cinema and at home this weekend.
To help you narrow down the list is the marvellous Martine McCutcheon and her bag of entertainment gems. From a star-studded new film release, a hilarious return from Britain's harshest critics and an all-singing, all-dancing theatre tour, what more could you ask for?
Like many other star-struck school kids, twins Howard and Austin Mutti-Mewse, 41, started writing to their screen idols in the 1980s. The only difference is that the Surrey-born boys weren't penning letters to footballers or action stars, but rather to screen actors from the birth of cinema.
Starting with silent movie star Lillian Gish, the boys started to amass an archive of letters and signed photos from the stars of classic Hollywood; including Elizabeth Taylor, Fred Astaire and Katherine Hepburn. Now, nearly 30 years after they sent their first letter, Austin and Howard have amassed an archive of around 7,000 photos and have forged relationships with some of the greatest film stars in cinema.
I Used to Be in Pictures: An Untold Story of Hollywood is available now from all good bookstores
Would I do another? Of course! We'd be thrilled if there was another... I think in our hearts - actually I shouldn't speak for all of us - but I feel like it's unfinished
As Park Avenue princess Charlotte York in Sex and the City, Kristin Davis found herself in many relationship scrapes, but none of them were quite up there with the plot of Fatal Attraction, in which she stars later this month as wronged wife Beth Gallagher.
Kristin joins us to talk about her West End debut, boiling bunnies and the chances of a third cinema outing for Carrie and co.
Fatal Attraction is on at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from 25 March
This week with shocks, suspicions and secrets, Sharon will reveal why Eastenders is her Soap of the Week!
We're also asking you to send in their soap look-a-likes, get into a lather over Dev's best bits and Sharon will be quizzing Phillip and Holly on her Soap Sovereigns.