We are both back from holidays and look forward to having you with us at 6!
Hope you had a good Bank Holiday weekend.
How many of you had an extra day off???? South West Trains certainly must have made it very tempting as yet another day of disruption hit the commuter where it hurts.
The RMT Union mounted the first of three days of strike action from midnight last night: it is about putting managers to work on previous strike days as well as the continuing row over late-night transport for workers doing unsocial hours.
The boss of SWT is live to explain how it has come to this and what will happen on the next two strike days.
There's a fire in Piccadilly, as we write: it is close to the Royal Academy but apparantly that beautiful building and its pictures are safe. But we are keeping an eye on things and Faye Barker will have the latest.
Things are also hotting up over plans for London's Super Casino: the group who want to build it claim it has the support of multi-faith groups: multi-faith groups have made it clear they don't. Oops! A spin too far? Piers is at the table on your behalf.
Entertainment for the younger generation has always been big business but now the off-spring of a big businessman and one of the biggest names in rock have teamed up for teenage festivities. Peaches is Bob Geldof's pride and joy and, coming around on the conveyor belt with her is Charlotte Woodruff, Yo Sushi founder Simon Woodruff's delightful daughter. Charlotte tells all to Jon Gilbert.
Still with the stars, Michael Douglas is in town and Jasmine's been to talk to him about his latest venture on screen.
So sit back, tune-in for Sharon Osbourne at 5pm and stay with ITV for the best local and national news from 6!