In this week's issue
We've laughed, cried and shouted at the telly when we disagreed with a decision. Now the four brave singers still standing take to the stage, hoping to win the grand final and a recording contract.
Alan Titchmarsh will be looking to help deserving people by creating their dream outdoor spaces with the return of Love Your Garden.
In just a few days, Alan and his expert team will create fantastic outdoor havens, enhancing the lives of the families they visit during the eight-part series.
When Lauren goes AWOL in EastEnders this week, it proves to be just the start of Tanya's woes.
'She's out of her mind with worry,' says 36-year-old Jo Joyner, who plays the fretful mum.
Wimbledon has been a British obsession for almost 140 years, and the fortnight of competition from SW19 sees the whole nation gripped by the sport of tennis. The Men's Singles title hasn't gone to a British player since Fred Perry in 1936, and while the appeal of the tournament remains as strong as ever, is the wait for a home-grown champ about to end?
The Rolling Stones are getting ready for a very special debut this summer. For the first time in their 51-year career, they're playing at the Glastonbury festival — and the concert will be covered on TV. That's good news, because it's often very pricey to see 69-year-old Mick Jagger gyrating with his band, with tickets for some recent stadium concerts costing £950.
When Miss Marple helps an old friend find refuge at a country estate after fleeing a violent marriage, it's not long before murder has the sleuth back on the scene hunting a killer.
'What's good about it is that you get all these red herrings,' says Julia McKenzie, 72, who plays Miss Marple.
The story could be straight from one of Barbara Taylor Bradford's bestsellers. Her mother Freda hid a dark secret — she was an illegitimate child from a Victorian workhouse.
Just how great is the Great British public? Well, thanks to a series of social experiments, the new hidden camera show Eye Spy aims to find out.
Beth is a lively 17-year-old, with a passion for dance. But looks can be deceptive — she is also one of the 3,500 UK teenagers who were treated for mental illness as inpatients at specialist units in the past year.