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Ahead of her appearance on Celebrity Masterchef, we’re joined by Jean Johansson who’ll be revealing the clever kitchen gadgets to save you time and hassle - including the tear-free onion goggles, the heat conducting knife and the ‘rub away’ bar that removes stubborn smells!
I’ll help you climb to the heights of passion as you look for love on Matchmaker Mountain!
If you're over 50 and looking for love, Shirley Ballas could have the answer.
Feel that love has left you marooned on an island of loneliness, get in touch and take part in Matchmaker Mountain!
With the summer holidays in full swing, and families out and about, we’re asking whether it’s ever okay to discipline someone else’s child? From a telling off in the park, to a family member putting them on the naughty step - should anyone else be allowed to parent your children?
Nicola McLean doesn’t even allow her husband to tell their children off, but comedian Judi Love thinks a collaborative approach to parenting is the way forward.
Six weeks ago actress Brigitte Nielsen gave birth at the age of 54 and a woman in China has caused controversy by becoming pregnant at the age of 67. Well, someone who knows exactly what it’s like to have a child later in life is Carolyne Ness, who paid £4500 for a procedure in India called embryo adoption.
Carolyne insists that she has as much right to become a mum as any younger woman, and she joins us to tell us why her decision to have a child is far from selfish, and could in fact give older, single women hope for having a child later on in life.
He’s an eight year old boy with cystic fibrosis - but his condition hasn’t stopped him from putting up a fight.
Luis is one of hundreds of children asking a pharmaceutical company to lower the price of the prescription drug, Orkambi, so that it can be made available on the NHS. He has even written to Prime Minister Theresa May asking for her help to ensure he won’t have to spend so much time in hospital.
Luis joins us on the sofa with his mum Christina to tell us why the drug in question should be made available to the public.