With over 10 years of fitness training, a medley of healthy eating books under her belt, and a new website Own Your Goals, Davina McCall is jumping into our kitchen with a low fat, high flavour dish.
We’re continuing our Soap Week coverage - and today it’s the turn of Walford’s residents. We’re joined in the studio by Lorraine Stanley (Karen Taylor), Zack Morris (Keegan Baker), Danny Walters (Keanu Taylor) and Tilly Keeper (Louise Mitchell) to talk about EastEnders’ explosive year.
Just one month ago, Henry Mayo from Dorset became the first British farmer to win the world famous New Zealand Sheep Shearing Championships in nearly three decades!
And as May is considered to be the start of ‘sheep shearing’ season for UK farmers, we’re sending Alison Hammond to meet Henry, get a taste of the farming life and receive a shearing masterclass!
Rochelle and Marvin are hitting our screens with a new BBC show The Hit List. They join us to talk about taking over the weekend’s telly, their unlikely first date, and how a Love Island star helped Rochelle to reunite with her estranged siblings after 23 years.
In the third and final episode of his well-being series, Simon Thomas gets on horseback for a ride around the Norfolk countryside before visiting a stables to learn about Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy, which uses horses to help those suffering with mental illness.
It’s the row that’s engulfed a primary school in Birmingham. For the past seven weeks, Anderton Park Primary has seen demonstrations outside its gates from parents angry at the teachers for including same-sex relationships on the syllabus.
The protesters, largely Muslim parents, claim that they should be able to use their own religion to teach their children.
We’re joined by Shakeel Afsar who is spearheading the campaign, alongside Melissa Thompson, who says the protest makes ‘her blood boil’.
Last time we saw her she was washing her face live on TV, and today skincare queen Caroline Hirons is back with the hero products for every age range.
From your 20s to your 60s and beyond, Caroline reveals the items you need for every decade of your life.
Just a few months ago they were known as the fab four - but in recent weeks the Cambridges and the Sussexes appear to have become increasingly separate on social media, often posting pictures at the same time in an apparent ‘battle for the limelight’.
Camilla Tominey joins us with the latest from behind the scenes, reveals what the Queen makes of it, and what it indicates for the future of the monarchy.