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Zoe Ball sits in and welcomes cheeky chappy chef Jamie Oliver with a pot of coffee.
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Fern Britton reveals to Zoe the perils of Strictly's fake tans and false eyelashes.
Jerry Hall calls Zoe for a Strictly chat, while Vassos reveals his satsuma woes.
Zoe Ball tastes some super scotch eggs and chats to Strictly's Nicky Byrne from Westlife.
Zoe Ball takes a call from Kylie Minogue and gets the Strictly lowdown from her dad Johnny
David Walliams joins the gang for breakfast to talk about his new book Rat Burger.
Chris plays the top five records that never made it into the Top 5 and goes whale-watching
Traffic Assessor Craig Collinson is back to tell us all about traffic lights.
We speak to the man who used to look after Chris' new bridge.
A fully interactive show for all the family.
Chris warms up the ivories for some tickling as Jools Holland joins the show for Brekkie.
Freddie Flintoff and David English join Chris for the Children in Need cricket day.
Tony the Fridge is running 30 Great North Runs in 30 days... with a fridge on his back.
Chris takes your Top Tenuous claims to Andy Murray's fame after his historic victory.
Pop superstar Robbie Williams joins Chris for Breakfast to talk about his surprise tour.
James Nesbitt joins the gang for breakfast and to talk about his new ITV drama Monroe.
Chris speaks to Paralympic GB star Jonnie Peacock's mum and the original WI Calendar Girl.
F1 legend Murray Walker and Paralympic GB gold medallist Danielle Brown both call in.
Disappointing childhood toys, and Chris chats to the Para-Swimmers performance director.
Chris welcomes the lead singer of The Wurzels, Pete Budd, as his Mystery Guest.