Today's Best Bits obviously can't go without a mention for Phillip's hot hoverboard skills as he sped around the studio but what made our presenters' Best Bits this week? Watch the video to find out...
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I came out feeling like 'I can!'
The Prime Minister backed her to win and when she did, it reduced Mary Berry to tears. 14.5 million people tuned in to see Nadiya Hussain crowned as winner of this year’s Great British Bake Off and she’s all the papers have talked about since.
So what does she make of her new found fame and the fact her husband has been hailed as a dreamboat? And what will she go on to do next?
I'm not just a Muslim. I'm a mum, I'm a wife. If someone out there can relate to any of those things and call me a role model, then great.
Justine shows us how to make the most of our bread and cakes and keep them fresher for longer.
Gok's got fashion wrapped up this week with a guide to the finest and most fashionable knits that promise to keep you warm without making you look chunky.
We’ve also got news of an exciting collaboration that’s the height of Vogue, bringing high fashion together with the high street.
We know Halloween is huge in the States but in the UK it's always been a quieter affair... until now! This year it's promising to be bigger and better than ever with a huge range of outfits available both online and in stores.
With so much costume choice, Natalie Anderson is here to tell us what to wear and how to wear it, and Bryony Blake will be making sure the look is as fabulously fiendish as ever with a few tricks to make your make-up look a treat!
Born a girl named Ana, Alfie is now in his last year of school, with his final exams just around the corner. Although born a girl, Alfie grew up a tomboy, and now lives as a male with the support of his family and school.
Alfie is desperate to take the next giant step in his transition: commencing the powerful hormone testosterone to irreversibly turn his body male. At 18, he is too young to get testosterone on the NHS, but has decided to go private to begin the permanent physical changes. Alfie’s made the brave to not only go public, but also to allow documentary makers to follow his progress. He joins us alongside his supportive parents Andy and Cathy.