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Leo Sayer is still rocking at 70

He’s made us feel like dancing for 50 years - and it looks like he won’t be stopping anytime soon.

Rock ‘n’ roll legend Leo Sayer joins us today to tell us all about his new album, and heading back on tour at the age of 70.

He’ll also tell us about his biggest music regrets, as well as why his infamous stint on Celebrity Big Brother has put him off reality TV forever.

Should there be a female Bond next?

Yesterday the cast of the 25th James Bond film were officially confirmed, but with rumours still circulating that this will be Daniel Craig’s final outing as the secret agent, is it time for a woman to take on the infamous role?

Andy West is outraged at the suggestion, and goes as far to say Bond should be “Getting into knickers, rather than wearing them”.

Whereas someone who couldn’t disagree more is former Bond girl Madeline Smith - who believes a woman could very easily take over the role. This is a debate that’ll definitely be shaken, not stirred.

'I'm growing my own cannabis to help ease my chronic pain'

Carly Barton claims that cannabis is the only thing that relieves her chronic pain - so she’s growing her own and has told the police.

After suffering a stroke at the age of 24, Carly developed the neurological condition fibromyalgia, meaning she lives in constant pain. Her suffering became so bad, that at one point she was taking morphine every two hours, with little effect.

Carly’s life changed forever the moment she tried cannabis, but despite changes in the law, it’s still difficult to get an NHS prescription.

Carly joins us today as she hopes to make it easier for sufferers like herself to get access to medical cannabis.

Everything you need to know about Bond 25

Oscar winner Rami Malek, Captain Marvel star Lashana Lynch and Game Night actor Billy Magnussen will all join the cast of Bond 25.

The news was announced at an event attended by the cast and producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson in Jamaica - a nod to the location used in 1962's Dr No.

Bohemian Rhapsody star Malek joins Daniel Craig, who reprises his role as the martini-drinking spy, as well as returning cast members including Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear, Naomie Harris and Jeffrey Wright.

Malek hinted in a video message he will be playing a villain in the film. He said: "I'm stuck here in New York in production but I'm very much looking forward to joining the whole cast and crew."

He added: "I will be making sure Mr Bond does not have an easy ride in this, his 25th outing. See you all soon."

Giant cloud of dust hits UK and it’s leaving cars filthy

Sahara dust on one car

Credit: @theFosterlab

Dust from the Sahara Desert has settled in the UK, leaving cars and windows filthy.

The particles were swept high into the air by gales blown all the way from North Africa, then deposited on the ground during rain showers in the UK.

Motorists around Britain shared pictures of their dust-covered cars following the ‘storm’.

Southern regions were said to be the worst hit.

Met Office forecaster Mark Wilson said: "Strong winds over the Sahara whip up dust.

"That goes into the sky and upper part of the atmosphere and heads towards the UK.

"Once we get some rain, that washes it out the sky and on to the ground."