Boyband Blue will be spreading Christmas cheer around the TM studio today as they are our special guests in the sleigh today. The boys start The Big Reunion Christmas Party tour tonight (11th December) with things kicking off in Nottingham.
Warm your cockles this Christmas with some winter-warming cocktails bought to you by the positive drinker herself, Cleo Rocos.
Rather than sticking to a traditional mulled wine, Cleo is mixing things up with an array of Yule-inspired cocktails that are easy to make and sure to spice up your Christmas party.
In June 2012, nine-year-old Sohana Collins joined us with her mum Sharmila to discuss RDEB, a genetic disease which means Sohana lives every day in terrible pain and tragically, cannot even hug her mother or father without blistering her delicate skin.
Now aged 11, Sohana's health has sadly not improved, but devoted mother Sharmila is still on a mission to fund research and raise awareness of RDEB.
Joining them on the sofa today is actor Damian Lewis who, along with a number of high-profile celebrities, is backing the campaign to find a cure for RDEB, and has even become a patron for Sharmila's charity.
As we take a seat at the consumer Christmas table with Alice Beer, the budget brands are once again making headlines for beating the big players when it comes to festive food.
But will Holly and Phillip agree when we put them to the Great Christmas Taste Test?
Plus Alice will also be guiding us through the best crackers to get your Christmas dinner off with a bang.
Vote in our poll before 11:30 today, and watch out for the results during today's Soapbox with Sharon Marshall
Earlier this week, it was reported that a five-year-old girl was taken into care after her weight reached more than 10 stone. But should obese children be taken away from their parents?
Health journalist Dani Levy says yes, claiming that parents of obese children are the only ones to blame and don't deserve to have children if they cannot care for them. Body Image campaigner Natasha Devon disagrees, saying parents need better education about the dangers of over-eating.
Rylan is in The Hub today waiting to hear from you.
Making headlines today is a cautionary tale of a man who ended up in jail after lying to his girlfriend about an expensive night out boozing with his friends.
After he concocted a story about being mugged, his better half reported the crime to the police. Everything soon snowballed after police questioning uncovered the deceit which subsequently saw him jailed for six months for intending to pervert the course of public justice and fraud. Not the best way start to Christmas…
What lies have left you in a pickle, rather than in prison?