It’s the classic Tom Hanks movie which is finally coming to London’s West End - prepare to face your inner Zoltar and grow up pretty quick!
Kimberley Walsh and Matthew Kelly are teaming up on stage for Big: The Musical coming to the Dominion Theatre this September.
The pair tell us how rehearsals are going, how they find playing Chopsticks on that seven-foot-long walking piano and why they both have talent shows to thank for their success.
It’s forecast to be the wettest and windiest August on record - so have the downpours forced you to consider a last-minute holiday?
Don’t book anything until you’ve seen Simon Calder’s travel deals!
According to a recent survey, nearly a quarter of Brits have swapped traditional dairy milk for rice, oat, almond and other plant-based alternatives - up 19% from last year.
Tiger nut is the latest one to claim to be better for gut health providing higher fibre, stabilising blood sugar and keeping us fuller for longer.
So are these modern day milks better for us - or just an overpriced fad? Medicinal chef Dale Pinnock explains the pros and cons.
Today Davina's working a double shift - we’re dining in with our presenter as she rustles up her pork and bean chilli, a perfect Friday night feast.
From lips to lashes, highlighter to haircare - today we’re here to prove that you don’t have to spend a fortune on great beauty buys.
Sunday Times Beauty Director Sarah Jossel is here with her pick of the top products all available for under £15!
It’s the wishing machine responsible for making Tom Hanks Big - it’s time for Davina and Rochelle to meet Zoltar and make a special wish of their own...
“Well, I mean, that was nice. Not a care in the world… We also read a lot better!”
"We were so cute!"
Over two million Brits are currently living with cancer - a disease which is said to affect one in two of us during our lifetimes.
As MacMillan prepares for the fifth year of its Brave the Shave campaign, we meet Carol Henson, Caroline Booth and Jack Parker whose lives have all been affected by friends and family who had the disease.
They’ll be having their hair cut off live on air to raise money for the charity - and those with long enough locks will be donating them to the Little Princess Trust who make wigs for children going through chemotherapy.