As temperatures drop and bank balances dry up, a sunny getaway is all too appealing. But what kind of holiday can you expect to get with more than a week till payday?
Simon Calder shows us which idyllic destinations you can jet off to at a fraction of the price, where you can book with a minimal deposit, and how to get it with all the extras!
He’ll also discuss how to avoid being caught out by ‘bad’ deals, before revealing how you can go somewhere truly adventurous without breaking the bank.
With young people having more access to the internet, pornography is a big worry for parents.
Irish academic and sex educator on The Wiser Programme Kate Dawson believes this isn’t just a talking point but porn and masturbation should be taught to children as young as eight.
Kate says studies show the younger you teach children about this, the less likely they will be to lose their virginity and regret it later in life.
She joins us on the sofa to discuss her teaching methods and why it’s important to break the taboo.
Urgent self-assessment tax deadline, free £900 for some married couples, ‘Veganuary’ restaurant deals, and driving licence renewal warning. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Quick Deals.
Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.
Ruth wears Whistles dress with River Island belt and Aldo shoes.
Eamonn wears Souster & Hicks.
With payday still over a week away, we’re all on a budget - but that doesn’t mean your style has to suffer.
Rochelle Humes shows us how to transform our old clothes into this season’s hottest trends.
As the Met Office warns of snow, ice and frost next week, get cosy with Phil’s ultimate weekday warmer chicken soup.
It’s the new wellness wonder product, popping up in everything from marshmallows to beauty products. But what is cannabis extract CBD? And could it really be effective in relieving pain, soothing stress and solving anxiety?
She was first nominated for an Oscar at just 13, and just over 10 years later Saoirse Ronan has cemented her place as one of Hollywood’s biggest actresses.
But as she takes on the role of Mary Queen of Scots, could this finally be Saoirse’s year at the Academy Awards?
Ahead of the film’s release, Saoirse joins us to talk working alongside co-star Margot Robbie, her convincing Scottish accent - and why she swapped the Golden Globes for a pizza takeaway.