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Highlights of the week

In one of the main highlights of the week, Tyson Fury was incredibly engaging as he told the story behind his recent troubles, and showed he has a new focus and calmness.

In the other clear highlight, Eva Speakman bravely speaking up about her past trauma.

In preparation for the return of I'm A Celebrity..., Ferne McCann and Joe Pasquale talked about what the new contestants are up against.

Deirdre Sanders talked about the astonishing amount of people she's helped over the years.

And here, playing his new single, it's James Blunt!

Jeremy Clarkson may have taken over the Millionaire job, but Chris Tarrant refuses to watch it!

Ever wondered if you could get away with wearing leather trousers? Rochelle Humes assures us we call can!

Alex Lewis and his life-saving doctor, Neil Jones, talked about climbing Africa's highest mountain.

Dr Ranj brought us news about an increase in HIV infections in middle aged women, and encouraged more people to get tested.

The Body Coach came in to talk about his charity work. If only he was more handsome! Ahem.

John Torode's foolproof souffle was something rather special, and he knows it!

Dr Zoe gave us some great tips for staying healthy this winter.

Strictly star Alex Scott wanted to make it clear she isn't ditching Neil for Alex on the dancing show!

Everyone in the TM office wanted to get a taste of the cheese souffles after the show ended!

There's really only one Jeff Goldblum.

Chris Hughes explained how TM helped save his brother's life!

The 'Drag Queen Teen' Lewis Bailey came in to talk about his new documentary and our anti-bullying Be Kind campaign.

He's still got it bad! It's Mick Hucknall with his new song, Sweet Child.

Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding came in to promote their new Christmas movie, Last Christmas.

Phillip took the task of turning Gino's meatballs VERY seriously!

WW2 veteran, Bill Champion, who at the grand old age of 98 is one of The Royal British Legion’s most dedicated poppy sellers.

Dear Deidre: Six million people helped - and counting

On Monday, The Sun newspaper will be celebrating their 50th birthday, and our very own Deidre has been there for almost 40 of those years!

During that time she’s helped more than six million individuals with their problems, but she’s not done yet. Ahead of this milestone, she’s here today to tell us the very personal reasons she chose to become an agony aunt.

She’ll also be revealing the most common dilemmas she’s faced, and some of the most bizarre questions that have landed on her desk.

Flood chaos continues: “I have to use a boat to get to my house”

Over the past week, devastating floods have hit parts of England, with thousands of people being advised to evacuate their homes.

Many are bracing for further flood chaos today, as more heavy downpours hit areas in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire overnight. Business owner Pam Webb has experienced the worst of this weather.

She joins us this morning from Fishlake in Doncaster, where her spa has been left ruined and insurers are now saying they won't foot the bill.

Someone else currently facing a flood crisis, is farmer Henry Ward. He’s seen his 250 acres of farmland turn into a sea, with the water so deep he’s having to use a boat to get to his marooned home.

Alice Beer is joining him on his boat today to see first-hand the shocking impacts these floods have had. Alice will also be sharing her essential advice, for those like Pam desperately battling with insurance companies over the flood damage, and her tips for better insuring your home against such disasters.

The Body Coach Joe Wicks: Helping the nation's children get active

With eight cookbooks, 2.8m Instagram followers, and an army of loyal subscribers - rumoured to include Adele - Joe Wicks is one of Britain’s best-loved fitness gurus.

The father of one isn’t simply about eating clean and keeping lean - the 33-year-old joins us to discuss his role as Children In Need’s first-ever ‘School Ambassador’, which sees him travelling the country helping pupils move, get fit, and fundraise for charity.

Quadruple amputee scaling new heights: "I'm doing it for my son"

We first met quadruple amputee Alex Lewis in 2014 after he contracted a horrific flesh-eating bug - losing part of his face, and all of his limbs.

But, five years on, the 39-year-old has defied all odds by climbing 4,550m to reach the summit of one of Africa’s highest mountains - Ras Dashen.

The motivational speaker did so with the help of a solar powered handcycle and his life-saving doctor, Geoff Watson.

But his biggest motivator? His eight-year-old son, Sam. Alex and Geoff join us to discuss this incredible achievement, and what’s next for the fundraising duo.

Meet Excitable Edgar - the star of the new John Lewis Christmas advert

Excitable Edgar is the star of the joint John Lewis and Waitrose Christmas advert.

Edgar is an adorable dragon who almost derails festivities with his fire-breathing excitement.

In the heart-warming and funny ad, Edgar and his best friend Ava are forced to quell his fire-breathing after it threatens to destroy the festive period for everyone as a giant Christmas tree is flamed, a snowman is destroyed and the local ice rink melts.

Watch the adorable advert above and let us know your thoughts.

Is it time to ban wrapping paper and rent your Christmas tree?

Are you dreaming of a ‘woke’ Christmas?

As concerns for the environment increase - campaigners have urged British people to be more eco-minded this festive season.

People are being encouraged to rent their Christmas trees, stop sending cards and only use natural materials for decorations.

We’re joined by Friends of the Earth campaigner Clare Oxborrow who believes presents should be second hand in a bid to save the planet, while Christmas lover Georgina Fuller says the festive season is all about indulgence.