Our Boob Bus has been clocking up the miles travelling all across the UK throughout October and this morning reached Cardiff to educate people and spread awareness about checking for the signs of breast cancer. Joining Helen Addis and Dr Hilary is Welsh rugby player, Robyn Lock, who underwent treatment for lymphoma five years ago and is now lending her voice to our Change and Check campaign.
Learn how to check for the symptoms of breast cancer and download our Change and Check sticker here
The time has come to vote for your Inspirational Woman of the Year 2019! We've whittled down our nominees to just three finalists who we've surprised throughout the week, get to know them and find out how you can vote...
Our Boob Bus has made the third stop of its journey, arriving in Belfast with Dr Hilary and Helen Addis on board. Dr Hilary is joined by Superintendent Sue-Ann Steen and Carol Mounce from the PSNI who, along with more than 30 other police services across the UK, have teamed up with our lifesaving Change and Check campaign.
Learn how to check for the symptoms of breast cancer and download our Change and Check sticker here.
Boho is back. Mark shows us how to channel 70s vibes this autumn with the return of paisley prints which are all over the high street.
Actor Christopher Eccleston joins Lorraine for an exclusive interview to discuss his struggle with anorexia and depression which he's documented in his new book ‘I Love The Bones Of You’. He developed anorexia at the age of 6 and reveals how it has affected him throughout his life.
Ahead of her new series tonight, Dame Helen Mirren tells Lorraine about why she had to 'act like a man' to get into character.
Dame Helen tells Lorraine about her unlikely friendship with Victoria Beckham, how she’s being ‘conned’ by Sir Ian McKellen and the one celebrity who makes her go ‘wobbly’'!
Plus would she ever return to her Oscar-winning role as The Queen?