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Only One Direction have been a band since 2012, have played to over 250,000 people and bill themselves as the original and best One Direction tribute band in the world.
But after Zayn Malik's departure from the real One Direction, will fake Zayn continue, or is he heading for a solo career? The boys join us for a quick chat and performance of Story of Our Life.
As the clocks spring forward at the weekend the promise of lighter evenings and hopefully warmer weather also means we lose an hour in bed.
Phil Vickery's in the kitchen making things that bit easier by saving you time with a super fast family meal idea for the weekend - flash fried prawns with egg fried spinach and mushroom rice.
Dr Dawn is with us today, talking about hidden depression.
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Showbiz expert Sarah Powell's here with all the latest gossip, hot off the press!
From the end of Downton Abbey to Joey Essex as the new Paxman? You'll never believe it!
From a jetaway to sunny Benidorm or a UK staycation on the Isle of Wight, the countdown is on to the Easter holidays.
TravelSupermarket's Bob Atkinson is here with his best last-minute Easter breaks and themed days out for all the family.
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Yesterday, a press conference held by the chief executive of Lufthansa confirmed that Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot of the doomed German Wings flight had locked his captain out of the cockpit after he went for a toilet break. He then placed the plane into the steady eight-minute descent, eventually crashing it into a mountain killing all 150 passengers and crew members on board.
Whilst the captain was heard hammering and asking to be let in on the door, Andreas breathed calmly throughout but remained silent. Now it’s known he deliberately brought down the plane, the motivations for his actions are being questioned and the mental state of co-pilot is now in the spotlight. Although the motivations remain unclear, reports suggest Andreas may have suffered from depression in the past and rumours are circulating that he may have split with his girlfriend.
Joining us on the sofa today is psychologist Dr Anna Colton and Dr Sally Leivesley, a specialist in security and extreme risks to discuss the tragic events and ask what can be done to improve airline security.