An arctic blast is predicted for this weekend with snow forecast for parts of the country. So… does this mean a white Christmas? Dave the weatherman is live from our ice rink with his thoughts.
It was meant to be a dream proposal when John Drennan whisked partner Daniella Anthony off to New York and got down on one knee in Central Park. But what happened afterwards was far from a fairytale. Daniella’s precious new engagement ring fell off her finger in Times Square and bounced into a metal grate and down to the city sewer below.
Now, a fortnight later, the Peterborough couple have been reunited with their ring - rescued by the NYPD. They join us live from LA to reveal how they’re celebrating, their future wedding plans and their vow to never lose it again!
Last year it was estimated that Brits would throw out 108 million rolls of Christmas wrapping paper. That’s a lot of waste.
And even the most well-intentioned of us may be unaware that the wrap we put in recycling isn’t actually recyclable, if it contains plastic, dye, foil, glitter or leftover sticky tape. It’s been said that you can check whether paper is plastic coated or not by scrunching it. If it stays scrunched, it’s probably fine to recycle, but if it pops back, it’s covered in plastic.
Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to make presents look pretty and cut down on waste.
"To have a rhino named after you, then that has got to be the absolute ultimate!"
A year after baby Schofe the rhino was born, Phillip catches up with his namesake to see the progress he's making.
If you have a VR headset, watch Schofe the rhino in virtual reality on our YouTube channel now!
If you’re looking for a dress you can show off your moves in this party season, Lisa Snowdon has the outfits for you - and what better way to test them out than on our fabulous ice skating models.
They’ll be showing off their sparkles as we join them on our rink, for Fashion on Ice.
It’s taken over 50 years - but Mary Poppins is back in the most delightful way. Emily Blunt was practically perfect in every way to take over the leading role, and she’s blowing in from the East to tell us all about Mary’s latest element of fun.
Phillip and Rochelle have got their golden tickets, and are heading to Steve Wilson’s very own This Morning chocolate factory.
From hampers and centrepieces to edible candles and chocolate teapots - Steve shows us how to treat someone special (or ourselves) this Christmas.