On Thursday's show we're taking your calls on moving on with grief. Perhaps you've been bereaved and you can't seem to move on, or maybe you've lost someone but didn't get a chance to say goodbye. Perhaps you worry that your memories of a loved one are fading.
We had a surprise in store for Lorraine Kelly today with a 30th anniversary message from her favourite football team, Dundee United. Maybe the shock will explain what Lorraine came out with next!
Next Tuesday we have rock legend Bryan Adams on the sofa and we are looking for your wedding videos featuring his classic hit Everything I Do I Do It For You.
No matter how famous you are, or how much money you earn, sometimes hair extensions just don't quite work out. On Thursday's show hair stylist Leo Bancroft will be showing us how to use hair extensions, without looking like a wag!
But we'd really love to see the times when your hair extensions haven't quite worked out how you expected.
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From 13 – 19 October Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity is asking people from all over the UK to support Bake it Better Week.
Tune in on Friday 3 October as Sophie Thompson pays us a visit to bake us a cake - thanks Sophie!
Find out more at bakeitbetter.org
In her latest video blog, Bryony demonstrates how to sculpt your face and enhance your features with a highlighting and contouring masterclass.
Following her simple step-by-step guide it's possible to look like you're being lit like a movie star, even in the dimmest of rooms!
It is the culture clash comedy that first premiered on the stage 17 years ago. And now East is East, which was also one of the most critically acclaimed British films of the 90s, is returning to the West End starring award-winning actress Jane Horrocks.
Following the story of a Pakistani chip shop owner and the frictions that arise as he tries to give his children a Muslim upbringing in 1970s Salford, the play will have audiences in fits of laughter and gasps of shocks.