All week we’ve been celebrating our great British soaps in anticipation of this year’s Soap Awards taking place on Saturday.
Today we welcome the cast of Coronation Street: Sally Ann Matthews, who plays Jenny Bradley, Daniel Brocklebank who plays Billy Mayhew and Connor McIntyre who plays Pat Phelan. They tell us why Corrie deserve to win the Best Soap crown!
New prepay energy tariffs, £2.60 prosecco trick, 37% off Laura Ashley and beware viral Facebook post.These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Quick Deals.
Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.
The bank holiday weekend is upon so Phil's on hand with a sharing feast for friends and family - lamb skewers with homemade humous, tomato salad and flatbreads.
Hitting the shops this weekend but don’t want to flash the cash? Let our thrifty fashionista Laura Jackson show you how to grab a stylish bargain.
It’s the look which can take you from beach to ballroom, and loved by Eva Longoria, Nicole Kidman and Fearne Cotton.
Celebrity hairdresser Amy Heath demonstrates how to perfect your plait.
Her debut single All About That Bass was No 1 for four weeks and since then, she’s racked up another two top ten hit singles.
Now the American songstress Meghan Trainor is back with a brand new album Thank You and can count Julia Roberts as a celebrity fan.
She tells us about her fan selfies, falling over in public and why she’s saying No to any photoshopping in her music videos.
From Cheryl’s rosy toosh to Beckham’s intricate sleeves, the country’s love of tattoos continues with one in five adults in the UK inked, and 26% of This Morning viewers in an online poll admitting to having eight or more.
As we approach the Great British Tattoo Show at Alexandra Palace in London this weekend, we meet the country’s most inked couple Jacqui and Curly Moore, who have spent over 500 hours in the tattooist’s chair - covering 95% of their bodies.
They tell us why they’re proud of their artwork and why they wouldn’t rule out more.
As a Which? investigation claims once-a-day sunscreens aren’t providing the protection they promise, we’ll be speaking to dermatologist Dr Sam Bunting what she makes of the findings and how exactly we should be applying it in the first place.