Jennifer's talking Horrible Bosses!

I'm in a wonderful place, I'm happy, I'm excited, I'm proud of my work

– Jennifer Aniston

Richard Anrold catches up with Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston to talk about her movie Horrible Bosses 2!

Jennifer returns with Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis as everyone's favourite "working stiffs", who struggled under the yoke of supervisors so monstrous and out-of-control that they felt their only recourse was to bump them off.

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The Christmas they thought they'd never have...

A man who "died" six times on honeymoon has got a new heart and become a new dad. Thirty-four-year old Andrew Britton from Buckinghamshire collapsed and was on a life support machine for two weeks after a heart virus triggered six heart attacks leaving him in hospital for a year.

But now after a successful heart transplant and a baby boy Frank Fabio (named Fabio after his heart surgeon), former triathlete Andrew and his wife Lauren are having the Christmas they thought they'd never see. Myocarditis is a viral infection that attacks the heart and can happen to anyone. It can be caused by something as simple as a common cold if the bug gets into the bloodstream and reaches the heart. They join us now to talk about their experiences.

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'Drain baby' mum charged with attempted murder

Sydney has been rocked by the discovery of the baby

The mother of an infant who was found at the bottom of a Sydney drain has been charged with attempted murder, local police have announced.

The baby boy was allegedly left in the drain for five days before he was rescued by cyclists who happened to be passing and heard his cries. The newborn was wrapped in a hospital blanked and had survived a 2.5m drop.

Inspector David Lagats said the boy had no signs of physical injury but was malnourished and remains in a serious but stable condition in hospital. Officers said the baby would not have lived much longer if he had remained in the drain as the city has had temperatures above 30c over the last few days.

Good Morning Britain's Meal Appeal

We're asking YOU to help UK people in need and support Good Morning Britain's Meal Appeal as we approach the festive season.

Nearly a million people used food banks last year and figures released today in our exclusive survey with One Poll reveal that one in three parents that we spoke to have gone without a meal to their children can eat.

Redundancy, illness, domestic violence, family breakdown and debt are just some of the reasons people go hungry. There are many life events beyond our control and moments where families need help to get by.

We're want YOU at home to buy one extra item in your shopping basket to help another UK family. This could be a luxury item or even a store cupboard basic.