It's been a busy week in the media department!
Jay McGuiness is currently supporting the World Meat Free Week campaign, which encourages members of the public to swap one meal a week for a meat-free alternative.
Revealing why he's so passionate about the campaign, Jay said: "I'm vegetarian, I have been for many years. But World Meat Free Week is just really casual and trying to encourage people to change one meal and I don't think that's too much of an ask. It's a really nice, friendly intro and I thought it was a great idea."
Find out more about the campaign here
This week Craig Mitch flew to Russia with the England squad ahead of the World Cup. Craig has been hosting a brand new daily live show - The Lions Den on the England YouTube channel, featuring interviews from the players and training sessions. See the latest episode with Dele Alli below:
Hayley McQueen is also out in Russia for the World Cup with Sky Sports, reporting from the England camp in Repino, covering training and all the news from Russia as the tournament gets underway.
Yesterday saw Dan Walker begin his coverage of the World Cup live from Red Square in Moscow for the BBC.
Stacey Solomon attended the foreign secretary Boris Johnson's summer reception at Parliament this week.
Dr Hazel Wallace launched her first Podcast on Monday this week shooting to no 1 in the on the iTunes health charts and no 3 on the overall iTunes Charts. In the podcast you will hear from leading experts in their field who share evidence based advice on how we can live healthier lives and cut through the confusing information that we find online. You can listen to the podcast here.