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How to spider-proof your house

Arachnophobes beware - spider season has arrived early this year.

Usually we would prepare for a spider influx in early autumn, but a mix of heavy rainfall and warm days has tricked the creepy crawlies into premature mating and our eight-legged friends are flocking into our homes now!

Fortunately Professor James Logan is here to help spider-proof your home with his tips and tricks.

Kit out your kids for as little as £3

As the summer draws to an end, it’s time to start thinking about a warmer wardrobe. But everyone knows children grow fast and what fitted them last autumn won't work this September!

Lisa Snowdon’s here to help us kit out our kids for less with her best budget buys from the high street and online.

From trendy tees to the must-have kicks, Lisa proves you don’t need to pay a fortune on the coolest kids' clobber.

Grandma Wynn's Wensleydale flan

Phil is back at Shacklabank Farm with This Morning Shepherdess Alison O'Neill for another slice of country life. Alison takes Phil to a local auction, where he not only learns what to look for in the perfect sheep - courtesy of advice from Alison's wise grandma Wynn - but he also tries his hand at auctioneering!

Then he's going, going gone, from the auction back to the farm to cook one of Grandma Wynn's favourite recipes Wensleydale quiche... sorry, flan!

Dr Ranj: Do you know what to do in an emergency?

Nearly one third of UK adults admit they wouldn’t feel confident performing CPR if they saw someone had collapsed and were no longer breathing. Instead they were more likely to call an ambulance and wait with the patient.

However, the time it takes for the emergency services to arrive can mean the difference between life and death. So do you know what to do in an emergency?

Dr Ranj is here now with his first aid masterclass, from CPR to the recovery position, he will teach you the vital skills needed that could save someone's life.

'Dementia robbed us of our memories... so we've made new ones'

Anne and Bill Duncan first tied the knot 12 years ago, but following Bill’s diagnosis with early onset dementia in 2011, his memories of their special day faded away.

Earlier this month, Bill shocked his wife of over a decade by asking her to get married once again. And together with their friends and family, they made the special day happen.

Anne joins us on the sofa alongside her son Michael to open up about the topic of dementia, share her experiences of renewing their vows, and how she hopes to inspire others to not give up when fighting the disease.

Are you happier with an empty nest?

A new study has found that having children does make you happy — but only after they’ve flown the nest. Researchers say this is because the stress of balancing childcare and work is replaced with a form of social support - something crucial to happiness as we get older. But would you ever admit you're happier without the kids at home?

Writer Liz Hodgkinson does, and says a bit of parent-child separation is a good thing. She joins us now alongside Vanessa Feltz who admits she wants to live in one big house with her children forever.