On Thursday's show, he says he's ready to settle down - but can't find a wife because women are all too easy! We're talking to Geordie Shore's Gaz Beadle.
And writer Bel Mooney explores whether pets can really visit their bereaved owners from beyond the grave.
Join us from 10:30 for all this and more.
They say love conquers all and that was definitely the case for childhood sweethearts Gill Turner (née Smith) and Barry Turner. When the couple met as teenagers they fell in love and were engaged to be married two years later. Sadly life got in the way, the couple split and Gill was told Barry had died in a horrific motor bike accident.
But 52 years after they set eyes on each other, the couple’s flame was reignited. So how did they find each other after such a long time and why did it take 52 years for them to get their happy ending?
Gill and Barry join us now to share their love story.
It's the last week of the school summer holidays and our resident baker Dave Smart is here to get the kids involved in making a delicious tear and share Italian focaccia bread.
This cheap and tasty midweek snack is a great way to use leftover ingredients and store cupboard staples for meat lovers and veggies alike.
Bryony shows us how to master the berry lip trend that had us all in a frenzy following the Great British Bake Off episode which saw contestant Candice Brown show off her flawless dark plum lips.
If you're feeling brave and want to learn how to pack a punch with your lips, then Bryony's got all the tips you need to get the look, from subtle berry lipglosses for beginners to full-on dark lips for those who want to wear the trend to the max.
On Monday night's episode of First Dates, Mary was left 'fuming' after her date Brian said they would split the bill 50/50. Some viewers said that women fought for equality and should not expect a man to pay. But should a gentleman always pay, or is it only fair for it to be split 50/50? Let's get this debate started!
Ruth wears Closet dress with Dune heels
Eamonn wears Souster & Hicks
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