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.

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!

Do you have a favourite mug?

I don't mind people drinking out of it, I just don't want it broken!

– Susanna Reid

Kate likes fine china, and Susanna doesn't mind sharing hers... as long as you don't drop it! It turns out we're all quite particular about our favourite mugs, which we have an big emotional attachment to. We'll drink to that!

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It's a MARRYthon!

Running the London marathon is an incredible challenge - but Laura Harvey and Paul Elliott are taking it a stage further by getting married during the 26.2 mile race!

They'll cross the line as newlyweds after tying the knot halfway along the course - but it's all for a very good cause close to their hearts...

James Cracknell puts Sean through his paces before the big day

Meet the GMB marathon team

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James gets Sean ready for the London Marathon

With months of training under their belts, the time has come for 38,000 runners as they take on the 26.2 mile London Marathon this weekend.

Among the runners is our own Sean Fletcher along with other members of the GMB team - and a couple who are planning to get married half way round the course!

Meanwhile, Olympic gold medalist James Cracknell has put Sean through his paces before the big day.

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Meet the GMB marathon team

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