10:35 News Review
Petrie Hosken and Paul Ross are share their take on the stories hitting our breakfast tables
10:50 Britain's Got Talent
Stephen Mulhern gives us a taster of what we can expect from this weekend's show
11:00 Children's hair clinic
We have three brave little soldiers with us, all ready to let Leo Bancroft loose on their locks
11:15 Soap Sizzler
With Fraser's murder looming, Sharon reveals why she is making Hollyoaks her Soap of the Week
With Easter celebrations just two days away, the time to over-indulge in chocolate is nearly here. But if you're a grown-up wanting to enjoy the occasion, what's the best tipple to drink with your Easter treat?
Most people would argue that wine and chocolate definitely do not go well together. However drinks aficionado Olly Smith begs to differ - and is here with some surprising, but delicious pairings.
Hayley Sparkes is back with more make-up tips and today she'll be showing us how to get three celebrity looks.
Hayley will be recreating Emma Watson's red carpet berry lips, Lily Allen's retro eyeliner and the Duchess of Cambridge's natural taupe eyeshadow before we show you the make-up essentials that will transform you into a star.
It's been 10 years since the suicide of one of the world's most prolific serial killers - Harold Shipman. During a 23-year murder spree, over 215 patients are thought to have perished at Shipman's hands as he administered fatal overdoses of painkillers.
Ten years after his suicide in Wakefield Prison in West Yorkshire at the age of 57, Shipman's crimes are the subject of a powerful new two-part TV show, starting tomorrow night. Two relatives of Shipman's victims, Jack Shelmerdine, 83, and Deborah Bartlett, 53, join us with their memories of the twisted killer.
Harold Shipman: Driven to Kill is on April 17 at 9pm Channel 5
Pregnancy at work, unfair dismissals and trips and slips - this week the Legal Eagles have got their work cut out.
Joining us this week are employment lawyer Kiran Daurka and personal Injury lawyer Alicia Alinia.
From baring all in Body Heat and swinging through the jungle in Romancing the Stone to voicing cartoon sex siren Jessica Rabbit, actress Kathleen Turner is a Hollywood legend.
She is now in London preparing to take on West End audiences in new play Bakersfield Mist and joins us to talk about playing an out-of-work ex-trucker, turning 60 in June and why she just loves red roses in her dressing room.