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Watch: The full trailer for JK Rowling's Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them

The first full trailer for JK Rowling's Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them starring Eddie Redmayne has just broken online.

Academy Award winner Redmayne stars as Newt Scamander in the eagerly anticipated film, which also stars Colin Farrell and Ezra Miller.

The storyline follows the adventures of Newt Scamander in New York's secret community of witches and wizards seventy years before Harry Potter reads his book in school.

The film goes on release in November.

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Robert Bathurst on Cold Feet and his celeb lookalikes!

Life would never be boring with John around

– Robert on why John Thomson would be the cast member he'd want to be stranded on a desert island with

He's invested in unregulated schemes and persuaded his ex-wife to take his speeding points. So is there trouble in store for Cold Feet's Robert Bathurst?

The Downton Abbey and Mrs Brown's Boys star joins us to talk about the success of Cold Feet's comeback, auditioning for the role of Bond... and how he feels about being told he looks just like Piers Morgan!

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Ricky Tomlinson 'glad' he didn't know about Caroline Aherne's cancer

I'm so glad I didn't know she had it

– Ricky Tomlinson

Ricky Tomlinson and Caroline Aherne's brother Patrick joined GMB for the first time to speak about the death of the much-loved actress after a secret battle with lung cancer earlier this year.

Her brother opened up about growing up with the Mrs Merton and Royle Family star and of how cancer affected their lives.

Meanwhile, joining us from his home in Liverpool, her onscreen father Ricky told us he was relieved he didn't know she was suffering with the disease because he watched his father die from it.

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Doctor urges single women to have their eggs frozen by 35

A leading fertility specialist is calling for all single women to freeze their eggs before the age of 35.

Consultant gynaecologist Dr Luciano Nardo says that with the modern woman more likely to start a family later on in life, many are likely to experience difficulty conceiving, with egg production nosediving in a their mid 30s.

However, with the process of getting your eggs frozen costly and not always effective, shouldn't experts simply be encouraging women to have babies at a younger age? Or is it wrong to expect the modern woman to feel pressured into making such a decision before they're ready?

We speak to one woman who had a baby at the age of 44 who thinks many women have more of a chance than they think at conceiving naturally.

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Charlotte schoolgirl's emotional plea to end violence

We need our mothers and fathers to be by our side

– Zianna Oliphant

An emotional appeal made by a nine-year-old schoolgirl from Charlotte has highlighted the need for racial equality in the city.

Zianna Oliphant broke down crying as she made her testimony to the City Council on racism and policing after African-American Keith Lamont Scott was fatally shot last week.

"We are black people and we shouldn't have to feel like this. We shouldn't have to protest because you're treating us wrong," the girl said tearfully on Monday. "We do this because we need to and have rights."

Watch her incredibly moving speech above.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. In a GMB exclusive Ricky Tomlinson and Caroline Aherne's brother Patrick speak for the first time about the death of the much-loved actress from cancer earlier this year

  2. In his speech to the Labour Party Annual Conference today, Jeremy Corbyn will refuse to cut the number of migrants entering UK. The re-elected leader will say he 'will not fan the flames of fear' - but instead provide relief to communities in Britain struggling with immigration.

  3. Fertility expert Dr Luciano Nardo joins us today to say women should freeze their eggs by the age of 35, if they haven't already had children, as the chances of conceiving dip steeply. But it isn't cheap and there's no guarantee of success. Is the best answer to get pregnant early?

  4. The UK has around 110,000 'sandwich generation' carers who are looking after a parent with cancer as well as their own children, figures suggest. New data from Macmillan Cancer Support estimates that almost one in 10 cancer carers are 'sandwich carers' and most of them are also juggling a job.

  5. A schoolgirl has given an emotional and passionate speech in Charlotte, pleading for the violence to stop and black people to be given greater respect and protection, Nine-year-old Zianna Oliphant, who said the decision to address City Council was a last-minute one, said: "I was just feeling like what the police are doing to us, just because of our skin, is not right."

Zoo's penguin colony completely wiped out by malaria

Credit: Facebook/Exmoor Zoo

Zoo keepers have been left devastated after an outbreak of avian malaria killed an entire colony of Humboldt penguins.

Ten birds, some of which were offspring of original residents, died two weeks ago at Exmoor zoo in Devon - but staff were to upset to announce the sad news right away.

In a statement posted on Facebook last night the zoo said: “All the deaths occurred over a period of nine days and despite the best efforts of our veterinarian and the staff (some of whom have hand-reared the individuals from the day they have hatched) the outbreak could not be halted.