Actor Saskia Reeves joins Holly and Phillip for a chat.
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Mary Berry talks about the release of her latest cookbook Simple Comforts.
Dr Larisa Corda talks about the impact of Covid-19 on expectant mothers.
The Secretary of State for Health Matt Hancock answers questions on Covid-19.
Author and Instagram star Gemma Bray joins Ruth and Eamonn for a chat.
Presenter and TV personality Alan Carr joins Holly and Phillip for a chat.
Donald Fear joins Holly and Phillip to talk about winning Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Vinnie Jones joins Ruth and Eamonn to talk about the release of his book Lost Without You.
The UK's Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jenny Harries joins the show to talk Covid-19.
Emmerdale star Claire King talks about her 13 years on the show.
Actor David Suchet joins Holly and Phillip for a chat.
Alice Beer has a rundown of all the best dating apps available.
Michael Jackson's son Prince joins Ruth and Eamonn for a chat.
Actor and Cold Feet star James Nesbitt joins Holly and Phillip for a chat.
Coronation Street star David Neilson joins Holly and Phillip for a chat.
Ant and Dec join returning presenters Holly and Phillip on the sofa for a chat.
Podcasting stars and husband and wife Rosie and Chris Ramsey join Ruth and Eamonn.
Actor Himesh Patel joins Ruth and Eamonn to talk about the sci-fi thriller Tenet.
Pop star and former Wet Wet Wet frontman Marti Pellow joins the show.
David Domoney shows us his pick of the top plants for giving your garden a makeover.
Author Lynda La Plante joins Ruth and Eamonn to talk about writing her latest crime novel.
Music legend Nile Rodgers joins Ruth and Eamonn for a chat.
Presenter, actor and comedian Gyles Brandreth joins Ruth and Eamonn for a chat.
Former Spandau Ballet frontman Tony Hadley joins us to talk about his career.
Ruth and Eamonn talk to former Army Corporal-turned-fitness guru Lucy Wyndham-Read.
Travel expert Simon Calder joins us with advice on taking holidays abroad this year.
Labour MP Dawn Butler joins Ruth and Eamonn to talk about racial profiling by the police.
Actor and star of the hit drama Top Boy Nicholas Pinnock joins the show.
Rochelle Humes and Dermot O'Leary meet seven-year-old campaigner Harry Cannell.
Actor, writer, and former Emmerdale star Samantha Giles joins the show.
Dame Esther Rantzen and Christopher Biggins join the show.
Journalist Kat Brown and presenter Anna Williamson debate a new social media trend.
Sporty Spice herself, Mel C joins Ruth and Eamonn to talk.
Actor, Hollywood star and political activist Michael Sheen joins Ruth and Eamonn.
Actor and Coronation Street star Sair Khan joins Ruth and Eamonn for a chat.
Actor and former Coronation Street star Steven Arnold drops in for a chat.
Actor Stephen Tompkinson joins Ruth and Eamonn for a chat.
Professor Sarah Gilbert discusses a potential Covid-19 vaccine.
Coronation Street stars Brian Capron and Connor McIntyre joins Ruth and Eamonn for a chat.
Ruth and Eamonn meet a woman with a severe phobia of masks.
Love Island narrator Iain Stirling joins Ruth and Eamonn for a chat.
Singer-songwriter Tony Hadley joins Ruth and Eamonn for a chat.
Harry Potter star Jason Isaacs joins Holly and Phillip to talk about his latest movie.
Dr Philippa talks about eliminating any bad health habits picked up during lockdown.
Lawyer Lisa Bloom and media lawyer Mark Stephens to discuss Ghislaine Maxwell's arrest.
Comedian and author Julian Clary joins Holly and Phillip for a chat.
Coronation Street stalwarts Alan Halsall and Jennie McAlpine join the show.
Russell Crowe joins the show to talk about the release of his new film Unhinged.
Actress Ann Dowd joins Holly and Phillip for a chat.
Mayor of Bournemouth Susan Phillips talks about overcrowding on Bournemouth's beaches.
Hit producer Nile Rodgers and former X Factor star Rebecca Ferguson join the show
Classically trained tenor and pop star Russell Watson joins the show.
Widower Bob Lowe joins the show to talk about his part in founding a loneliness charity.
Oxford Professor Carl Heneghan talks about a groundbreaking Covid-19 treatment.
Holly and Phillip are joined by Iceland's Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir.
Emmerdale's Lisa Riley - aka Mandy Dingle - joins Holly and Phillip for a chat.
Presenter turned writer Fern Britton joins Ruth and Eamonn to talk about life in lockdown.
Harry and Jamie Redknapp talk about how lockdown has brought them closer together.
Jamelia and Leigh-Anne Pinnock join us to talk about the Black Lives Matter movement.
Resident vet Dr Scott Miller is at Chester Zoo, which has been struggling during lockdown.
Supermarket worker Anisa Omar joins the show to talk about being a Vogue cover star.
Coronation Street star Sally Dynevor joins Holly and Phillip for a chat.
Alice Beer reports on the lifting of lockdown on English primary schools.
TV psychologist Emma Kenny joins Ruth and Eamonn for a chat.
Ruth and Eamonn are joined by Health Secretary Matt Hancock.
TOWIE star James Argent, aka Arg, joins Ruth and Eamonn for a chat.
Actor and comedian Martin Clunes joins Ruth And Eamonn for a chat.
Music legend Don McLean joins Ruth and Eamonn from California for a chat.
Actress Eve Myles Joins Holly and Phillip for a chat.
Coronation Street star Helen Worth - aka Gail Platt - joins Holly and Phillip for a chat.
Boyband supergroup Boyzlife, aka Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden, join the show.
Holly and Phillip chat with 76-year-old drummer and Britain's Got Talent star Crissy Lee.
Actress and presenter Angela Griffin joins Ruth and Eamonn for a chat.
Superstar PE teacher Joe Wicks joins Holly and Phillip from his home with daughter Indie.
A panel of experts talk about plans to reopen schools in June.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock joins Holly and Phillip for a chat.
Coronation Street star Jane Danson, aka Leanne Battersby, joins the show for a chat.