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Alison's night with the Living Dead

We’re sending her behind the scenes of one of the spookiest theatres in town. But, as Alison Hammond joins the cast of stage production, ‘Night Of The Living Dead’ - will her zombie skills be up to scratch?

And, as she undergoes a very scary makeover - will all go to plan, as she takes centre stage?

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Who said good make-up needed to be expensive?

Sunday Times Beauty Director, Sarah Jossel is sharing the most reliable beauty bargains on the market - and they start from just £2.99!

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Marks and Spencer Autograph Luminosity Liquid Radiance, £10

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Nip + Fab Makeup Powder, £8.95

Maybelline Instant Conceal eraser £8.99

Kiko Green Me lip and Cheek pencil £8.99

Primark Dramatic Lash £2.50

Potty train your toddlers this Easter

For many parents, Easter is considered the perfect time to start potty training toddlers. But after one primary school in the Midlands was forced to hire a full-time ‘nappy changer’ to cope with the rising number of children starting school without potty-training - are we failing to teach children one of life’s most basic tasks?

Amid our national ‘potty-training crisis’, Expert Amanda Jenner joins us to help parents in need.

Jeremy Jauncey takes us to the Italian Riviera

Britain is set to sizzle this weekend - with temperatures expected to reach over 20C in some parts of the UK.

But if you can’t hold on until then, Jeremy Jauncey has just the place for you - today he’s heading to the glorious Italian Riviera - visiting the Cinque Terre.

From there, he’s heading to Assisi, made famous by St Francis, before visiting Solomeo and meeting Brunello Cucinelli, the fashion designer who’s restored the medieval hamlet.

Is this Britain's most scenic bus route?

If you’re planning to get out and about over Easter weekend then how about taking a trip on Britain’s most beautiful bus route?

With views over the North Yorkshire Moors and locations that have featured in Harry Potter and Heartbeat, the 840 from Leeds to Whitby beat off competition in a poll of more than 15,000 bus passengers.

So sit back and relax as one driver shows us why this route is simply the best.

Should you break the law to save the planet?

Over the past three days, thousands of people have taken part in climate change demonstrations across central London - blocking major roads, vandalising buildings and even super-glueing themselves to pavements.

And as many continue to risk prison in their fight to save the planet - could breaking the law be the only way to truly make a difference?

Following her arrest, Environmental lawyer Farhana Yamin joins us in the studio, to explain why risking her job and a criminal record is ‘the only way forward’.

Alongside her is Nick Ferrari, who believes the protests are ‘ridiculous’ and a danger to the wider population.