A new lease of life for the nation's favourite bird, Phil shows the best way to roast your chicken for the bank holiday weekend with his alternative to a classic Sunday roast - butterflied whole roast chicken with minty pomegranate couscous.
Our Glam Squad are back and ready for the ultimate makeover on Tracey Paton, 54-year-old mum of two. Tracey has been nominated by her daughter Leah, who thinks her mum needs a complete overhaul.
Tracey never wears make-up and has let her long hair go grey. Leah thinks her mum is stuck in a style rut, hiding behind baggy clothes and leggings. It's over to the Glam Squad!
Tracey's Glam Squad makeover style
Dress Coast £95
Bag Monsoon £39
Shoes Very.co.uk £30
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