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Meet the cancer whisperer inspiring millions

A mother who is living with incurable cancer is inspiring millions with her unique and positive approach to the illness. Sophie Sabbage has just released a book, part memoir part self-help, to help others living with the disease and joins Lorraine to share her experience.

The writer and former psychologist was 48 and relishing the job of being a mother to her daughter, Gabriella, after years of failed IVF treatment when she was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer in 2014, following a sudden onset of back pain.

Although Sophie is living with the disease, she detests the term 'battling cancer' and has documented her own personal journey in new book, The Cancer Whisperer: How To Let Cancer Heal Your Life, encouraging others to talk about their experience while helping them to deal with their diagnosis.

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From homelessness to the House of Commons

One year after beginning her political career, Lorraine is joined by Labour MP Naseem 'Naz' Shah to talk about her rise to prominence in the world of politics and her fascinating life story.

At the 2015 general election she beat George Galloway to win the seat for Bradford West, becoming the UK's most unlikely politician in Westminster.

But it was Naz's difficult upbringing that garnered the most attention throughout the election campaign.

From being abandoned by her father who ran off with her sixteen-year-old neighbour, to her mum fatally poisoning her stepfather, Naz did not have an easy start to life.

She's here to reveal more about her struggles and her journey from homelessness to the House of Commons.

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Giovanna reveals post-baby body shaming

Giovanna Fletcher has revealed she was body shamed just days after giving birth to her second child.

She took to social media to defend her post-baby body after a stranger pointed at her stomach, saying ''Oh look, mummy's still got her tummy''.

The post on Instagram has attracted more than 200,000 likes and Giovanna says she is grateful to her bump, which kept her baby safe and filled her world with even more love and light than she knew possible.

We want to know have you ever been body shamed? How much pressure is there on women to get back into shape after giving birth?

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Coronation Street pays tribute to Tony Warren

He liked to keep things real and true and gritty and I think a lot of other television programmes have followed suit

– Michael Le Vell

The cast of Coronation Street past and present have paid heartfelt tributes to creator and writer Tony Warren.

The man described as the ''Godfather of Soap'' died on Tuesday night, aged 79, following a short illness.