On Wednesday's show with Holly and Phillip... from the cobbles to the charts - Catherine Tyldesley reveals why she's adding a musical string to her bow.
Global make-up guru Bobbi Brown shows us how to create a confidence-boosting look.
And the Speakmans tackle coulrophobia - an irrational fear of clowns.
Join us from 10:30 for all this and more.
Gok is back and today he is taking on the big staple for this season - the coat! With the nights starting to draw in and temperatures surely set to plummet, Gok’s here with his guide to the best buy coats from the high street and online.
He shot to fame as the most desirable maître d' in the country in First Dates, before the ultra-charming Fred Sirieix fast became one of the nation’s favourite romance guru!
Fred joins us today to tell us all about his recipe for the perfect first date in his book First Dates: The Art of Love, in which he reveals how we can all find true love.
So, what can we learn from the master of love about finding confidence and the ideal first date outfit?
It’s the final stop for our dynamic duo Ferne and Vicky, but they are finishing their tour of the Amalfi Coast in style as they head on a luxury speedboat to the glamorous playground of the rich and famous – the island of Capri.
Almost a decade after the death of her husband of 28 years, Prue Leith had become accustomed to life as a widow. But a chance encounter five years ago saw her meet John Playfair. And now the cookery legend is gearing up to get married at the age of 76 - giving both her and her fiancé a new lease of life; proving that you can find love at any age.
The pair, who describe themselves as feeling like love-struck teenagers again, join us to talk about their heart-warming love story.
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