Harry Hill's got Stars in Their Eyes!

The sliding door and the smoke machine have been brought out of storage as today Harry Hill joins us to talk about his highly-anticipated TV presenting project - after eight years off our screen, Stars in Their Eyes is back!

Following in the footsteps of Lesley Crowther (1990 - 1992) Matthew Kelly (1993-2004) and Cat Deeley (2003-06), Harry is taking on the challenge to present this much-loved Saturday night show.

Will there still be those iconic smokey doors? And who will be uttering the words 'Tonight Harry, I'm going to be...'?

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The paedophile doctor

I would urge them to come forward. Because not speaking about it won't make it go away.

– Gemma on the other victims' families

In December, paedophile doctor Myles Bradbury was jailed for 22 years for 'gross and grotesque' abuse of 18 vulnerable children he was supposed to be caring for.

He exploited his job as a respected paediatrician to target boys - all of whom had cancer of the blood disorders, and also took 170,000 images of his victims using spy pens.

Convicted of the abuse of 18 patients, the hospital has since warned that more than 800 could have been at risk.

He's very quiet now, and solitary ... he doesn't seem to want to be with us

– Gemma on her relative

One victim's relative 'Gemma' is here with her family lawyer Renu Daly, to tell us in an exclusive interview how she was the whistleblower that ultimately brought Bradbury to justice.

If you think your child was a victim of abuse at the hands of Dr Myles Bradbury, email Renu Daly at Neil Hudgell solicitors here: rd@neil-hudgell.co.uk.

All emails will be treated in complete confidence, and handled by Miss Daly personally.

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