After two weeks of high-octane adventure, diving with great whites, completing the world’s highest commercial abseil, and haggling - very badly - in Cape Town; this week it’s time to take things just a little bit easy.
So with my wife Steph and the This Morning crew, we left Cape Town on a flight to Port Elizabeth; from there it was an hour's drive to Founders Lodge.
As our unpredictable weather continues, more and more of us are feeling a little run down. But whilst most of us can battle through and shake it off, the effects of the cold can be more dangerous for others, especially the elderly.
With research suggesting that each winter one person dies needlessly every seven minutes, Dr Chris is here to tell us exactly how to look after ourselves, our relatives and our friends this winter.
Holly wears Hobbs jumper and Badot at House of Fraser skirt with shoes by SJP from Net a Porter
Phillip wears shirt from Folk with trousers from Reiss and shoes from Shores
After the first night, he wasn't Joey the homeless guy, he was Joey, our friend
Charlotte Ellis and her boyfriend Taylor Waldon were on their way home from a night out in Covent Garden when they realised their train station was shut and they had missed their chance to get home.
They were about to face a freezing night's wait on the streets of London when a complete stranger, a homeless man named Joey, offered to lend them his coat and duvet. One random act of kindness led to another and the pair took Joey home with them to Essex.
Now Joey has turned his life around got a home and a has a new job. The trio join us today to tell their amazing story of kindness and friendship.
Charlotte, Taylor and Joey - Team Joey have faith - are now raising money on JustGiving to tackle homelessness.
It’s been one of the biggest storylines of the past year, with millions of viewers watching as EastEnders' Lee Carter contemplated suicide.
The actor who plays Lee, Danny-Boy Hatchard, says it’s time we asked why so many men are at risk of taking their own life, and whether we’re doing enough to prevent the underlying mental health issues that lead to too many tragic ends.
Last week Holly revealed that she’s never had a cheese and onion pie. So Phil Vickery is on a mission to put that right with his traditional pie for Holly to try - but with Phillip already claiming that his mum makes the best pie out there, will it get our Schofe's seal of approval?