That awkward moment when...

They say you should never work with children or animals... Even if it's your own? Judging by correspondent Nick Dixon's appearance on GMB this morning - yes!

Whilst doing a live from his home about the amount of sugar in breakfast cereal, three-year-old Brody decided it was 'daddy time', and promptly placed himself on Nick's lap. Right before his live.

To make things worse he then started eating the chocolate that was laid out for props... It's worth a watch and an "aww"!

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Linda Robson climbs Ben Nevis for charity

Ten children a day are diagnosed with cancer and thankfully three quarters survive.

Birds of a Feather actress and mum of three Linda Robson is an ambassador for the Children with Cancer charity. Her daughter Bobbi is running the marathon to raise money for them and later on this year Linda will be climbing Ben Nevis to raise money for the charity.

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The hero policeman who saved baby's life

We meet the hero policeman who saved a baby's life when he stopped breathing by running to hospital with him in his arms.

PC Steve Norton, of the Met Police, took a 999 call from a house in Wandsworth where a newborn baby had stopped breathing but found Harrison Paine unresponsive so picked him up and ran in full body armour to hospital.

Thankfully Harrison went on to make a full recovery.

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Young mum Sammie meets chivalrous stranger

It brightened up my day

– Ken Saunders

On Monday we met a young mum, Sammie Welch, who was handed a letter branding her a 'credit to her generation' for her mothering skills on a train, along with a £5 note to buy a drink.

Well we've now found the chivalrous stranger; Ken Saunders from Wiltshire and we reunite him with Sammie who wanted to say thanks.

Sammie: "Thank you so much, I don't think you realise the impact you had. It was amazing."

Ken added: "I just wanted to put a smile on your face. Its overwhelming really, I didn't think it would have this effect."

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Islamic State threatens to kill hostages

Islamic State militants have threatened to kill Japanese hostage Kenji Goto and a Jordanian pilot today - unless Jordan releases an Iraqi woman facing the death penalty for a series of terrorist bomb attacks.

Kenji wears an orange jumpsuit and holding a picture of a fellow hostage in what appears to be a second video released by ISIS in four days.

His mother has made a tearful appeal to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to save her son.

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Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. New research says sugar in cereals has increased so much children could be eating the equivalent of seven biscuits for breakfast

  2. Britain braces itself for the big freeze with up to 15cm of snow expected in some parts of the country today

  3. Energy companies lower their prices but experts say they are still not doing enough to help customers

  4. NICE says more than a million people may have been wrongly diagnosed with asthma.

  5. Islamic State militants have threatened to kill a Japanese and a Jordanian hostage today

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Good Morning Australia: Your stories

Bendan and Richard share their story on GMB...

All this week Good Morning Britain is going down under in Australia.

We'll be speaking to Aussies and expats from the beaches of Oz and hearing some of the amazing stories of the families who live worlds apart in the UK and Australia. Take a look and find out more about some of the people we'll be speaking to...