Do you know someone who deserves a bit of joy brought back into their lives? Brothers AJ and Curtis Pritchard are joining Lorraine to explore the positive way that dance can help people.
If you want to get involved, share your story by emailing Lorraine@itv.com by midday on Friday, 23rd August. Find terms and conditions here.
Over a year ago, Matthew Bone went out for a walk and never came home. In a first for the show, Long Lost Family are helping families trace their missing loved ones, including Matthew's parents Mike and Karen. They join Christine to appeal directly to Matthew and to anyone who may have information that can lead them to their son.
If you think you can help, visit missingpeople.org.uk.
Use our helplines to find more information and advice on searching for missing people
Corrie's Catherine Tyldesley welcomes us into her kitchen to show us her healthy take on chicken kiev and potato wedges.
When mum of two, Sally, found a lump around her armpit she thought it was a bit of underarm fat, but when she saw Love Island winner Jack Fincham promoting Lorraine's Change and Check campaign online, she decided to visit her GP. Speaking to Helen Addis, Sally admitted, "I saw that sticker and I thought - this isn't right, I need to go and get this checked out."
Following a biopsy, Sally received a diagnosis of invasive lobular breast cancer: "It's not great but it's fightable. We can battle it, we can beat it."
Peter Andre is returning to Lorraine in September for a new cooking series called Peter’s Family Food Adventure.
He will be joined by his children Junior and Princess, and his brother Michael, showcasing his love of cooking and Croatian cuisine. The family flew to the island of Brac in Croatia and Peter even taught his children some of his skills in the kitchen.
Menopausal women are struggling to get their usual prescriptions due to a national HRT shortage currently affecting the UK. Dr Hilary shares his advice and reveals the extra steps you can take in order to get a prescription.