Fancy roasting chicken on a can of beer? James Martin shows us how as he cooks lunch from his beautiful garden in Hampshire.
The arrival of Easter has put home-schooling on hold, leaving many parents wondering how to entertain their children.
Home Genie Georgina Burnett shows us the best Easter craft for the whole family.
He’s no stranger to health problems but for award-winning magician Dynamo, Covid-19 was among the scariest of them all.
Now recovered, Dynamo updates us on his condition before sharing good news about his new series on Sky, and performing a trick for us.
Fertility expert Dr Larisa volunteered for redeployment from the maternity ward to an intensive care unit and shares her experience of life on the frontline treating patients with Covid-19.
Dr Larisa told Phillip and Holly, “It’s really busy. The ward, whereas there used to be just one or two intensive care wards, they’re now spilling all over the hospital and we’re having to take over areas like theatre spaces that would normally be used for operating during elective procedures. Now all of that is gone and the whole focus is really just on treating Covid positive patients.
“So the ward I’m on, every single patient has Covid and every single patient has multi-organ failure of some sort. So it’s deeply, deeply harrowing and there are lots of people, particularly in South-London which is where I’m based.”
Phil Vickery finds out how Creme Eggs are made in Bournville, near Birmingham before putting the sweet treats to good use in his Easter egg brownie recipe.
As the country braces itself for a rise in coronavirus cases, we look at efforts to eliminate the source of deadly viruses like Covid-19.
PETA spokesperson, Dr Carys Bennett tells us about banning live animal markets.
Nearly a third of nurseries are still charging parents fees for children who are at home during the coronavirus pandemic, a survey suggests.
Some parents have been asked to pay more than 50% of their child's fees over the coming weeks despite them not being able to attend amid closures, according to a poll.
Nursery leaders say they have been forced to ask families for financial support to ensure they can fully reopen in the future as some are losing hundreds of pounds a day due to Covid-19.