Eamonn and Ruth chose our most heartwarming story of the show for Tuesday's best bit: a tale of dancer Gemma whose dog helped her to walk after an accident - and Cesar, the dog who needed Gemma's help to move around after an injury of his own. Take a look in the video above.
Stig Abell and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown discuss the morning's most important headlines
The secret life of rock pools
Marine biologist expert Blowfish shows us some of the creatures that the kids can find lurking beneath the rocks on this summer's seaside trips
Is the UK at risk?
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the world’s biggest and most widespread to date, but is there really any risk to us in the UK? Infectious diseases expert Dr Chris van Tulleken gives us his opinion
Beauty expert Bryony Blake has her brushes at the ready to dish out more professional make-up tips
Liked what Ruth's been wearing on set? Check out our guide to where she finds her studio style...
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