It seems that even if you've been together for 100 years or so (just joking - we mean 23), then you can still learn something new about your partner.
Like this revelation from Eamonn!
John’s back on the road in Scotland for another instalment of his Winter Cottage - with stunning views of the rugged landscape.
Today he’s being taught the pursuit of clay pigeon shooting, learning how to breathe in extreme cold conditions, and cooking up an open steak sandwich with all the trimmings.
Four years since his last album, British pop singer James Morrison is making a musical comeback with a new album, and he’s teaming up with Joss Stone: "It's rare to come across somebody with such talent, and such humility".
James joins us to talk new music and why he’s turned a corner after the deaths of his father, brother and nephew which meant he nearly quit the music industry: "I'm just glad that my mum and my dad have both given me life experience to deal with it, and come out the other side, and that's why the album title is You're Stronger Than You Know."
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Dan Gasby and his wife, former lifestyle guru B.Smith, have been married for 27 years. However, after she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2013, Dan began to crumble under the pain of caring for her around the clock.
Two years ago he met Alex Lerner, who he has now been dating for more than a year, despite his wife still being alive. Dan insists that he has B’s blessing.
Dan and his girlfriend join us live from New York to explain why he still loves his wife, but won’t let her take away his life.
Jihadi bride Shamima Begum was just 15 when she travelled, along with two classmates, to Syria to join radical group ISIS in 2015. After losing two children in the war-torn country to malnutrition and disease, she’s now pregnant with her third child and wants to return to the UK to have her baby on the NHS.
With many calling for her to be banned from the country, we’re joined by Kimberley Miners, who was groomed by ISIS and says she should be allowed to return, and Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace who says she’s chosen her bed, now she should lie in it.
After 500 days in a rescue centre, Hector the lurcher has just been labelled Britain’s loneliest dog.
After being turned down multiple times we’ll be doing our best to finally find Hector his forever home - so can you help?