The heroin mum
For years Marie hid her drug addiction from her children and neighbours, taking heroin in secret, and shoplifting to fund the habit. Now clean for seven years, she tell us about her hidden battle
Love those legs
Darren Kennedy helps four viewers who all hate their legs by showing them how to style their way to perfect pins
Olly Mann and Sheila Fogarty discuss the biggest headlines of the morning
What to watch
Alison Hammond introduces super sizzlers that will be hitting the small screen this summer, and the best of TV has to offer next week
Forgive and forget? Have you been hurt or let down by a loved-one, friend or family member and you're finding it hard to forgive and forget? Maybe you're the one at fault and you need help getting the forgiveness of others?
On Tuesday's show Denise Robertson will be giving advice to viewers who need it. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact phone number and details of the forgiveness issue you're faced with. We need your email by 11am, Tuesday August 5th. T&Cs at itv.com/terms.
Eamonn and Ruth's favourite part of Thursday's show? An opening sequence with a bit of a difference! Take a look above as we meet Eamonn and Ruth's doppelgangers...
Liked what Ruth's been wearing on set? Check out our guide to where she finds her studio style...
It's been seven years since Dead Ringers last tickled our satirical funny-bones, but the hit impressions show is back and returning to its original home of Radio 4 with a brand new 12th series.
Britain's best-loved impressionist, and cast original, Jon Culshaw is joined this series by his partner in comedy-crime Debra Stephenson and they're here for a joke-filled chat in the studio.
Leo Bancroft is sharpening his scissors to take on his biggest challenge to date: restyling three very hairy men!
Also in hand is fashion expert Darren Kennedy who's going to help the guys ditch their dodgy clothes and turn them into sharp, suave, contemporary gentlemen of the new millennium. But what will the results of this transformation look like?
A new study this week from Shelter reported that nearly 2 million working adults are priced out of the property market and still having to live at home with their families, rather than flying the nest and getting a place of their own.
Watch 32-year-old Kirsty Corbett describe what it's like to still live at her parents' house with her partner and their two children because she simply can't afford to move out.
Plus property expert Louise Fletcher is on hand to answer calls from viewers who find themselves stuck in the same situation.