Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Struggling to reach the survivors, emergency aid workers in Nepal say families in remote areas are not receiving the help they desperately need

  2. Rescued from the rubble - the extraordinary moment a woman was pulled alive from the debris after 50 hours

  3. Breaking news overnight - a state of emergency has been declared in the US state of Maryland as gangs of rioters clash with police

  4. Tens of thousands call for a beach body advert to be banned but do you find it offensive?

  5. And could it be magic now there's just three? We're backstage with Take That as they reveal their nightmare before their first tour without Jason

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What to do if you're overdue!

The Duchess of Cambridge is reportedly at least four days past her due date.

Have you ever been overdue? Did you do anything to help bring on the birth? Did you eat something spicy or go for a long walk? Be it an old wives' tale or something wholly unexpected that sent you into labour - we'd love to hear your story!

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Nepal earthquake death toll rises to over 3,200

Police say it's now known more than 3,200 people were killed in the earthquake which has devastated Nepal.

Hundreds of thousands have spent a second night out in the open - too afraid to return to their homes.

The ground was behaving like a giant jelly ... it was absolutely terrifying. You really thought, in a moment, I could be buried alive here.

– Chris Harling

Dozens of British tourists are still missing. Some are trapped on Mount Everest where the earthquake triggered a series of avalanches, and we speak to mountaineer Chris Harling, who is on the north side of Everest.

In another universe, Zayn is still in One Direction

It would not be beyond the realms of possibility that somewhere outside our universe lies another different universe.

And in that universe, Zayn is still in One Direction.

– Stephen Hawking

If you know someone who is still affected by Zayn Malik's departure from One Direction, a physics text book might be the answer.

At least that's the advice from theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, who has suggested that in another universe, Zayn could still be a member of the band. And quite frankly, who are we to argue?

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Sean's our Marathon man

I got to the finish line, and I just cried

– Sean Fletcher

Our own Sean joined the 37,000 runners at this weekend's London Marathon. He's here to tell us all about it - once we've helped him hobble in to the studio!