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How to create a showstopping garden - whatever the size and budget

With the Chelsea Flower Show in full bloom and the weekend set to be a scorcher, it’s time to get in the garden.

Gardener Michael Perry is here to help us create our very own patch of paradise - without the price tag.

From hanging baskets, to window boxes, to an ingenious use for your old wheelbarrow, we’ll be sure to get you green-fingered without pinching your pocket!

How far can the Missing People Choir go in BGT?

Everyday someone comes up and mentions Claudia so it's there all the time. It's the not knowing. It does just eat away at you.

– Claudia Lawrence's father Peter on the search for his missing daughter

The Missing People Choir is a choir with a difference. Each member of the choir has experienced the living hell of having a loved one go missing and never be found. But together they have found comfort, friendship and strength through the power of song.

This was never more apparent than The Missing People Choir’s incredibly poignant audition for Britain’s Got Talent back in April, which has been viewed over two million times on YouTube. This weekend the choir return to the show to discover if they will make it to the live final.

Joining us today are Peter Boxell, Peter Lawrence, and Denise Horvath-Allan, who tell us what the choir means to them, and the many others who have lost someone.

Meet the fairy godmothers for curvy brides

Wedding dress shopping can be as daunting an experience as it is exciting, but if you’re a plus-size bride-to-be, finding the dress of your dreams in a sea of sample-size-eight gowns can be disheartening.

But fret not - inspired by their own miserable experience shopping for their plus-size wedding dresses, Jo Cooke and Alison Law have created a paradise for brides above size 16. In a new show Curvy Brides Boutique, the self-proclaimed foundering members of the ‘Fat Bird Mafia’ help bigger brides find that perfect dress.

The men and women working to keep us safe every day

We are all potential surveillance officers and a front line defence to forewarn the authorities

– Security expert Will Geddes

The horrors of Monday 22nd May will stay firmly in our memories forever. It was the attack which slipped through the UK security services’ net and some critics rushed to question how counter-terror police could have missed the warning signs. But yesterday, a Whitehall source jumped to their defence, revealing that five significant plots have been foiled in just two months.

So with Manchester’s City game tonight, Saturday’s FA Cup final, plus the start of the half-term getaway, how can we be sure we will be sufficiently protected? Joining us today to discuss just how the security service and police are working to keep us safe every day, are security expert Will Geddes and terrorism expert Hannah Stuart.

Children's Hospice Week: Ferne visits Julia's House

There are 49,000 children and young people in the UK living with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition, that’s equivalent to one child in every school. This week is Children’s Hospice Week, and UK charity Together for Short Lives has been turning up the volume all week to celebrate all of the amazing services supporting children and families up and down the county.

Together for Short Lives says there's a worrying lack of public understanding of what children’s palliative care is, and families are often fearful about children’s hospices. So Ferne McCann is with families and staff at Julia’s House Children’s Hospice in Dorset today to open the doors and show us what it’s all about.

Coming up on Friday's show

Eamonn and Ruth have a real treat for you on Friday's show - three hunky men all in one show.

Gardener Michael Perry is back with some inspiration for the bank holiday weekend.

Paul Hollywood as you've never seen him before - he'll be here to take you for a spin.

And, Strictly star Danny Mac dances his way onto the sofa.

Join us from 10:30 for all this and more.

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