Prints have been big on the catwalk this season, but which ones should be avoided and which ones should be embraced?
From fabulous florals to stylish stripes, Gok Wan is here to show viewers how it's done and to help inject some shocking patterns and daring prints into wardrobes - whatever your body shape!
I feel much healthier ... I was stupid thinking it's expensive, but it's not
Last year 26-year-old heavy weight Christina Briggs from Wigan hit the headlines for claiming she felt tax payers should give her more benefits to eat healthily.
We sent our dietician Evelyn Toner to visit Christina, and set her a healthy eating plan. But three weeks on, will Evelyn's healthy eating tips have helped her to turn her life around?
Today we'll see how she's done so far, and see how her weight, and life has changed.
We're looking at the funnest ways to keep fit right through February and beyond! From shaking your booty like Beyoncé to grown-up skipping, there's plenty of great alternatives to the gym that are still guaranteed to make you sweat.
To prove it we're speaking to instructors of some of the newest fitness classes to sweep the country, Seen on Screen, Punk Rope, Konga and Hula-Hooping, while a group of mums test them out!
And, if you can't afford to fork out for fitness, don't worry, as we'll also reveal the top five YouTube workouts that can be done at home, free of charge!
At this time of year, there's not much growing outside, but what most of us don't know is that under our soil lies a veritable garden of Eden - if we make the right preparations.
David Domoney is in the studio with advice on how to turn dead soil into black gold, as well as what to plant now to make your front and back gardens burst with floral colour.
I completely lost it for a little while. You go through a whole load of emotions you don't realise you are capable of having. All I kept on thinking was that 'I hope he seriously loves her' because then I thought he wouldn't hurt her.
In an exclusive interview, Phillip and Christine speak to the mother of the 15-year-old daughter who ran off to France with her teacher, Jeremy Forrest, sparking an international manhunt and one of the fiercest media storms in recent years.
He's a new father, a Hollywood actor who survived a near death accident and qualified to skipper a yacht a thousand miles offshore, and now Kris Marshall is back playing the unlikely Detective Goodman on the idyllic Caribbean island of Saint Marie - and has moved his family over to Guadeloupe for the ride.
Kris joins Phillip and Christine to talk about playing DI Humphrey Goodman in series four of sun-soaked drama, Death in Paradise.
Ten days ago, Hammersmith Hospital revealed that a six-day-old baby had become one of Britain's youngest-ever organ donor.
The news brought back heart-wrenching memories for dad Nick Hodges whose 10-month-old son Bodie was one of only a handful of babies to become a donor back in 2012.
Bodie died after a choking accident, but despite their heartbreak, Nick and his wife were determined that their little boy would leave his own legacy and help others, so they decided to donate his organs. Now the couple know that Bodie has helped give four other children the chance to lead full lives.
Nick joins Phillip and Christine to tell his story and to try and encourage other parents that have suffered their own tragic loss to make the same difficult but ultimately inspirational choice.
The Bodie Hodges Foundation
The aim of the Bodie Hodges Foundation is to raise funds to buy a holiday home for families to use following the death of their child. Our baby boy, Bodie, died aged 10 months following a choking accident. He showed remarkable strength and courage and although he lost the battle he went on to become an organ donor and saved the lives of four other babies.
On Thursday's show, Death in Paradise star Kris Marshall will be here, we've got a gardening masterclass from David Domoney and Gok Wan has everything you'll ever need to know about wearing prints.
Plus we meet the mother whose 15-year-old daughter ran off to France with her teacher. Her horrifying story, from 10:30.