The man who made vegetables sexy, Yotam Ottolenghi is an award winning chef and restaurateur, whose Middle Eastern background helps him create some of the most flavoursome of family dishes.
Yotam joins us today for his debut This Morning appearance, to show us how to make use of what's in season right now, in his warming root vegetable pies.
Paul Akister suffered heartbreak last year when he left the X Factor competition at the judge's houses stage when his mentor Louis Walsh decided to send him home.
But this year he's back and sounding great as he looks to progress further in the show.
Worried about your finances? Got a question about anything relating to money? Martin Lewis is here to help with today's phone-in.
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The acts who wowed the judges at the closed-room auditions faced round two this weekend - appearing not just in front of judges, but also performing to an audience of nearly 5,000 people at Wembley Arena.
With limited places available at boot camp, the singers had to prove their first performances weren't just a one-off.
The sun may be shining now, but switching energy takes around two months, so in ‘energy time’, we’re actually in November.
Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis is here with his top tips to help you pay the cheapest price for your energy in time for when the central heating’s on full tilt.
Many people say “there’s no point switching, they’re all the same”, yet as I’ll show you, both onprice and service there are big differences. If you've been mistreated or pay too much, take providers on by denying them your custom – and do it now.
David Cameron yesterday condemned the beheading of British aid worker David Haines, describing it as an act of pure evil. The video of the 44-year-old's beheading released on Saturday night comes after the deaths of two US captives by Islamic State militants.
The Prime Minister has said Britain will take "whatever steps are necessary" to keep the country safe. Here to explain what this means for British citizens is security expert Will Geddes. We’re also joined by aid worker Zia Zalik who returned from northern Iraq just three weeks ago.
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