After last night's third live Britain's Got Talent semi-final, Stephen Mulhern's back to talk us through all the action.
Plus he'll be joined in the studio by one of last night's winners, who've made it through to Sunday's live finals.
If I thought it would hurt him in any way, this book would not be happening
In his first TV interview, childhood friend of Benedict Cumberbatch and pianist James Rhodes tells of how he was sexually abused by a trusted teacher for five years, leaving him battling addiction, depression and mental illness.
Turning to music, James was able to get his life back on track and has written about the trauma he suffered. However he had to battle for the right to publish his book by the Supreme Court. He joins us on the day his book is released to talk about his difficult journey.
BOOK: Instrumental by James Rhodes is out today
Have you been judged for bottle feeding your baby? Have you experienced negativity from other mothers for opting not to breastfeed? Maybe you disagree that breast is best? Or perhaps you think mothers have a duty to breastfeed? Whatever your stance, Dr Dawn Harper is here to take your calls.
Summer is finally in full swing and with people clearing out their gardens in the recent bank holiday, the time is right to get them looking fine with the latest glamour garden furniture.
Joining us today is Jenni Falconer to tell us what we could be buying this weekend to get us ready for relaxing in the garden in the heatwave.
Are you facing a financial dilemma? Have you got a big purchase to make but not sure if you can really afford it? Martin Lewis has the answers, but you may not like them.
Three brave viewers are putting their money decisions in Martin Lewis’ hands, but they may not like his answers.
Last week on EastEnders, we saw Shabnam Masood admit her true feelings and finally get engaged to market stall hunk Kush Kazemi.
It hasn't been plain sailing for the two and Davood Ghadami and Rakhee Thakrar explain to us the ups and downs of their relationship, and now that they're engaged, what more is in store for them.
It's a problem that affects over eight million people in the UK, yet so many women are scared to talk about hair loss, seeing it as somehow a male problem.
This month is Hair Loss Awareness Month, and today trichologist Trisha Buller is here to discuss the leading causes behind hair loss in women and what can be done to tackle the problem. Joining her is Mary Corrigan, a woman who knows just what it's like to suffer from hair loss, having at one point lost 90% of the hair on her head.