This morning Steve takes on the breakfast show, clearing his throat for that bright, good morning voice. He says 'Luckily I've presented breakfast shows before so I think I'll be able to get up on time. I actually function very well early in the morning and at lunchtime, although in between is another matter.'
with Andy Peebles who is joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davls
This week the team gets to grips with your crowning glory and tries to untangle some of those hairy problems.
There's straight advice for unmanageable manes and new waves for listless locks So whether you want more hair, less hair. a toupee, or a new style, the experts help out
Producer MALCOLM BROWN
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