Can EastEnders go home with Best Soap again?

It's Soap Week here on This Morning, and today we're turning our attention to the Bafta-winning EastEnders! From emotional exits to explosive returns, it's been quite a year for the residents of the Square.

Today we are joined by Jacqueline Jossa (Lauren Branning) who makes her return this week, Bonnie Langford (Carmel Kazemi) who’s nominated for Best Newcomer and Jamie Borthwick (Jay Mitchell).

Our Queen of Soaps, Sharon Marshall, also joins us to share her highlights from the Square.

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Give your garden a Chelsea makeover

This week’s Chelsea Flower Show has inspired us to head outside for a spot of gardening. But with the cost of a Chelsea garden in excess of £200K, how do you get the look for less?

Gardening expert Michael Perry shares his guide to to getting a Chelsea garden no matter what your budget, and takes a look at the top trends emerging from the show - from royal plants to stunning floral archways.

Coming up on Friday's show

On Friday's show with Eamonn and Ruth, as our Soap Week comes to a close, the cast of Corrie will be here ahead of this weekend's big award ceremony.

She's the Grammy award winning singer: Meghan Trainor on her celebrity fans and her brand new sound.

And they've spent over 500 hours in the tattooist's chair - don't miss Eamonn and Ruth's chat with the most-inked couple in Britain.

Tune in for all that and more from 10:30.

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Meet the man behind the evil Ramsay Bolton

I'd quite like a dragon-related death - some brutal dragon action. Fighting a dragon, and losing!

– Iwan Rheon says Ramsay Bolton deserves it!

Actor Iwan Rheon plays one of the most detestable characters on television. From murder to torture, it seems the evil Ramsay Bolton won't stop at anything in his quest for power in Game of Thrones.

Today Iwan tells us what it’s like playing one of the most hated men on the box, and how he was almost Jon Snow instead!