On Wednesday's show, from busking to the box office - we speak to the real life stars of the A Street Cat Named Bob movie.
Find out what happened when Alison Hammond met Hollywood star Benedict Cumberbatch.
And we get the lowdown from Martin Kemp as he teams up with Gary Barlow.
Join us from 10:30 for all this and more.
Chris Martin has got every reason to smile - the Coldplay frontman has clearly passed on his musical genes to daughter Apple, 12, and son Moses, 10, who joined him on stage at a fundraiser in Malibu. And don't they sound great - take a listen in the video above, oh, and see if you can remember the name of Gwyneth Paltrow's karaoke film before we do!
Do you love leopard? Are you tempted by tiger? Do you feel like slithering into some snake? Well if you fancy taking a walk on the wild side then Gok's here with his style guide to show us how to wear all kinds of animal print!
The clocks go back this weekend, bringing in shorter days and darker nights - but this will also mean misery for millions of us. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of winter depression that makes many of us feel lethargic, low and irritable as we crave the return of sun-filled days.
But this year, we're not going to give into the winter blues! Dr Zoe is here with all the tips you need to combat SAD and return to the light.
When Tom Ray booked a routine dental appointment 20 years ago, little did he know he would end up fighting for his life. Shockingly, an accidental scratch to his gum resulted in him contracting sepsis - a potentially fatal blood poisoning.
Narrowly escaping death, doctors were forced to amputate not only his arms and legs, but part of Tom’s face as well. This took a terrible toll on his family, with his wife Nic becoming his full-time carer and his (then) two-year-old daughter too scared to look at him.
Now - two decades on - Tom and Nic’s heart-wrenching story has been turned into a powerful film, Starfish. They're here to tell us about seeing their story played out on the big screen and how they managed to escape the clutches or depression to move on with their lives.
Bryan Cranston is one of the most versatile actors in Hollywood, with starring roles in hit sitcoms, blockbuster movies and of course the role that turned him into a star - chemistry teacher turned callous drug lord Walter White in Breaking Bad.
Now, Cranston is giving a candid insight into his incredible life in a new autobiography, A Life in Parts.
He joins us today to tell us more about being a murder suspect, why we should look out for his book at airports, and exactly what lengths those die-hard Breaking Bad fans can go to!
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