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Gino's taste of Italy... and his ongoing struggles with the English language

Just what was Gino doing when he left us for a holiday this summer? We say a holiday, but it seems he’s been a very busy boy - finding time to put together another book and television programme following him on his latest Italian Escape.

Gino’s in today to tell us all about his trip along one of the world’s most beautiful coastlines, bring us a taste of some of Italy’s best speciality ingredients, and explain how he’s still struggling with his grasp of the English language (watch the clip, you’ll see exactly what we mean!).

Get rainbow ready with winter brights

The skies may be grey and the nights drawing in, but that doesn't mean we should be living in black tights and dark jeans.

From brilliant blues to vibrant reds, be like Victoria Beckham, Fearne Cotton and our very own Holly (whose sparkly rainbow dress was an Instagram hit) this season, as Trinny brightens up your winter wardrobe.

Saccone Jolys: The family who share EVERYTHING online

Imagine filming and then broadcasting every single aspect of your life - from walking your dog, to doing the school run and even giving birth! That's the reality for the Saccone Joly family, who have been described as YouTube's answer to the Kardashians.

The award-winning YouTube sensations make their living from sharing absolutely everything with their four million subscribers - from Jonathan’s proposal, to their wedding and even the births of their three children.

So do they ever crave privacy? And what do they say to those who criticise them? Anna and Jonathan join us in the studio, with their youngest child and three of their famous dogs!

Steal Holly's Tuesday style

Holly and Phillip's stylist shares details of our presenters' studio looks with us.

Holly wears Hobbs top with Kate Spade skirt and Office shoes

Phillip wears vintage Kooples shirt with NN07 trousers at Mr Porter and All Saints boots

Should sex education be more graphic for schoolchildren?

After research revealed that 16-24 year-olds are moving away from traditional sexual intercourse and becoming more adventurous, some people are calling for more graphic sex education for schoolchildren.

Among them is sexologist Goedele Liekens, who thinks sex education should be a compulsory GCSE and that children should even be taught masturbation!

So what do you think? Would you be happy for your children to be taught this? Or is it going way too far? Have your say in our poll!

Ching-he Huang's hearty three-cup chicken dish

This classic Taiwanese dish is warm and comforting - perfect for the cold weather. The chicken, ginger and chilli will give you a warm zingy lift. It’s also quick and speedy - prepared in 5 minutes and cooked in 7 - which means chopping board to table in under 15 minutes.

Alison Hammond meets BFFs Victoria Beckham and Eva Longoria

When you see that your kids are turning out to be really good, kind, happy human beings, you know, what more could you ask for really?

– Victoria Beckham

Her legendary interview with Hollywood's grumpiest star Harrison Ford went global and now Alison Hammond is back with another A List celebrity interview - can she crack a smile out of notorious Ice Queen Victoria Beckham?

Alison goes behind the scenes of the Global Gift Gala, one of the swankiest showbiz events of the year, to chat to Posh Spice and her celebrity BFF Eva Longoria as the pair reveal what really happens during one of their sleepovers, which of each other's body parts they admire, and whether they’re planning to form a girl band (please say yes)!

Ben Fogle: Our pets are highly intelligent and need our protection

Government ministers have ditched animal welfare plans that disregard their feelings and emotions - that’s a decision made during the same week that a lonely dog supposedly died of a broken heart after being abandoned by its owners in a Colombian airport.

The once healthy pooch was said to have searched for her masters before giving up food, and spiralling into depression, and later passing away in the corner of the airport lounge

Die-hard animal lover Ben Fogle says dogs are much smarter and more emotional than politicians believe them to be. He joins us alongside his beloved Lab Storm to campaign for more protection for our pets - calling for UK wide licences to ensure they’re properly looked after as the government continues to backtrack on animal welfare.