What was happening backstage when THAT Oscars blunder happened...

Chaos ensued on the headset, as you can imagine

– Debbie Williams

She was stage manager at the ceremony where THAT blunder happened and today GMB spoke to Debbie Williams about how and why the wrong movie for Best Picture was read out at the Oscars.

"It happened very fast", she said before explaining how an accountant waiting in the wings handed the wrong envelope to presenter Warren Beatty. Is it true that he was distracted tweeting pictures of the big stars backstage?

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Have our NHS hospitals reached 'breaking point'?

NHS doctors experience "grave pressure" in our health services according to a new report. The Royal College of Physicians said its document shows that doctors are facing "bed shortages, staff shortages and a lack of resources" while working on the NHS frontline.

Earlier we were joined by Dr Zeshan Qureshi who stressed that the NHS is under funded, under resourced and under staffed. He also made the shocking revelation that at the height of winter, hospitals were at "breaking point" resulting in "no intensive care beds for children".

Watch the full discussion here.

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Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. The Government targets a six percent spending cut as a plan to save £3.5 billion by 2020. It is believed that the NHS and core school budgets will not be included in the cut. Treasury minister David Gauke said the new plans will help meet the pressures in the social care services.

  2. Education spending must be increased to prevent staff cuts because of a "funding crisis", two teaching groups have said. An open letter to the Chancellor, the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) and the National Governors' Association (NGA) warned that schools were running out of things to cut. We'll be discussing this further during today's show.

  3. NHS doctors experiences of "grave pressure" they face while working in the health service have been laid bare in a new report. The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) said its document shows that doctors are facing "bed shortages, staff shortages and a lack of resources" while working on the NHS frontline. One medic described how patients are dying because hospitals are "jam-full".

  4. Jeremy Corbyn has insisted he is "very happy" and Labour is moving forward, as a key ally warned a "soft coup" was under way against his leadership of the party. Mr Corbyn insisted the party was moving forwards under his leadership and would "learn the lessons" of the historic by-election defeat in Copeland, which saw a Labour seat snatched by the Tories.

  5. Are we going to see a Brexit delay? Brexit should be delayed if a trade deal cannot be struck by the end of the two-year negotiation process, business chiefs have said. The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) also called for firms to be allowed freedom to continue recruiting skilled and low-skilled workers from the European Union even after the UK has broken away from Brussels.

Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Moonlight has been awarded the Best Picture Oscar - after La La Land was handed the top award in error. The awards ceremony was plunged into chaos after presenter Warren Beatty was given the wrong envelope and announced the musical as the winner.

  2. The NHS is said to have lost more than half a million pieces of confidential medical correspondence, including blood test results, cancer clinic appointments and entire treatment plans. Sensitive patient data sent between GPs and hospitals went undelivered over the five years from 2011 to 2016.

  3. Theresa May faces a fresh rebellion in the House of Lords today over her Brexit plans. Peers from all parties say they will demand the proposed new law is re-written to include safeguards for EU citizens already living in the UK and also a veto on the final deal.

  4. There's calls today for GPs to receive better training on how to treat patients with eating disorders. Beat, the UK’s primary eating disorder charity, found that half of people with some experience of the condition rated GP care as “poor” or “very poor” and 30% were not referred to mental health services after their appointment.

  5. Use-by dates on milk should be scrapped to stop more than 100 million pints being wasted every year. Campaigners at Wrap, the waste reduction charity, are holding talks with the dairy industry to persuade them to use a best-before date instead. They say people should trust their noses to tell them when milk has gone off.

Becky Godden's mother: 'I've said all along I believe there are more'

If they find anything another family will have to go through this journey I've been through. My heart goes out to them.

– Karen Edwards

The mother of one of Christopher's Halliwell's victims Becky Godden joined us for an emotional interview as forensic teams resume excavation work at his former home.

The 53-year-old taxi driver, of Swindon, Wiltshire, is currently serving a double life sentence for the murder of Becky, 20, in January 2003 and Sian O'Callaghan, 22, in March 2011.

But police have said there is a 'distinct possibility' he murdered others.

Tearful Karen Edwards said: "I've said it all along, I believe there are more than Becky and Sian."

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Felix finds fame as Huddersfield Train Station cat

Life is going just purrr-fectly for Felix the cat.

Four years after arriving at Huddersfield Train Station as a tiny eight-week-old kitten she has now gone on to officially become their Senior Pest Controller!

We went down to meet the cute moggie who has brought smiles to the faces of her colleagues and the station's commuters.

And with over 100k Facebook likes, she has become a celebrity in her own right. There is even a debut book on the way...

Way to go Felix!

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Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. Conservative have beaten Labour in the Copeland by-election. Meanwhile Labour's Gareth Snell held Stoke-on-Trent, seeing off a challenge from UKIP leader Paul Nuttall. The Stoke election was crucial for UKIP, trying to find its way after losing their charismatic leader Nigel Farage and finding a new focus after Brexit.

  2. Unions and the Government are ramping up efforts to secure thousands of British jobs after Peugeot pointed to "speedy" cost savings as part of its potential takeover of Vauxhall and Opel. Business Secretary Greg Clark has secured a meeting with PSA Group chief executive Carlos Tavares today, with Unite's general secretary Len McCluskey already scheduled for talks with the car industry boss in London the same day.

  3. Forensics officers are at the former home of double murderer Christopher Halliwell where excavation work is taking place. The 53-year-old taxi driver, of Swindon, Wiltshire, murdered Becky Godden, 20, in January 2003 and Sian O'Callaghan, 22, in March 2011.

  4. Prince Charles calls for grey squirrels to be sterilised - and an "army" of 5,000 volunteers is being sought by wildlife experts to help save the UK's last remaining red squirrels. We'll be discussing this further during today's show.

  5. Leicester City have sacked manager Claudio Ranieri in less than a year after winning the Premier League. The dismissal comes within three weeks of Leicester offering Ranieri their "unwavering support" insisting his job was safe.