Pen pal and friend of Dennis Nilsen Andrea Kubinova spoke to today’s Good Morning Britain of their letters, friendship and keeping his glasses.
TV's Soapy Dick brings you this week's best of British telly.
The 100-year-old fundraiser is releasing his autobiography today
Chrishell Stause says some people have left and relationships have broken down.
Facebook's Vice President for EMEA Nicola Mendelsohn speaks to Piers and Susanna about the "difficult and challenging" situation of her cancer treatment.
Professor Devi Sridhar says she can't understand how countries like Senegal and Vietnam have effective testing systems up and running and the UK still doesn't.
WWII veteran Bernard 'Bunny' Ennis, former RAF Lieutenant John Nichol and Chairman of The Not Forgotten charity David Cowley speak to GMB.
Piers and Susanna discuss the new 'Rule of 6' coronavirus restirction with journalists Andrew Pierce and Kevin Maguire.
The BGT judge defended the dance troupe's performance for sparking a 'fundamental' conversation
Marcus Rashford forced the government into a u-turn over child food poverty in the summer.
Social gatherings of more than six people will be illegal from Monday 14 September
Ella also tells Ben and Kate about why it's important for us all to talk about organ donation
The former Prime Minister talks to Ben and Kate that there needs to be a 'recovery plan' when the furlough scheme ends
Ben flew in the Spitfire to commemorate the Battle of Britain's 80th anniversary.
Richard Arnold brings you this week's best TV.
However, Nana Akua says that there's nothing wrong with single sex membership clubs
Boris Johnson outlines the 'rule of six' restrictions as the number of coronavirus cases rises.
During the interview, Jay also shared tips on how to remain calm during the pandemic.
Steve drove two hours to a testing site to be told that he had to return home.
Ant Middleton faced public major backlash in March for his comments on Covid-19