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Gas safety and carbon monoxide poisoning helplines

Carbon Monoxide is a highly poisonous gas that has no colour, taste or smell. Fuel burning appliances such as stoves, fires, boilers and water heaters can produce Carbon Monoxide if they are incorrectly fitted, badly repaired or poorly maintained or if flues, chimneys or vents are blocked. Each year, there are around 20 deaths from Carbon Monoxide poisoning and many more people suffer health problems due to Carbon Monoxide exposure.

See our helplines below for more information and support.

Gok's must-have Autumn/Winter 2016 coats

Gok is back and today he is taking on the big staple for this season - the coat! With the nights starting to draw in and temperatures surely set to plummet, Gok’s here with his guide to the best buy coats from the high street and online.

The fashion industry contributes £26 billion to the UK economy each year, much of that comes from investment pieces including the most expensive item the average woman will buy each year, the winter coat.

Coming up on Tuesday's show

On Tuesday's show with Holly and Phillip, what's the recipe for the perfect date? Love guru Fred Sirieix shares his tips for finding romance.

Forget The White House, Donald Trump will be taking over our studio - sort of. We're joined by the world's most in-demand Trump impersonator.

And we'll be paying a final visit to the Amalfi Coast, as Ferne and Vicky end their road trip in style.

Join us from 10:30 for all this and more.

Artist paints picture of Phillip and Holly... with his privates!

Tim Patch, otherwise known as Pricasso, is an Australian artist known for using his privates to paint portraits, landscapes and female nudes. He features on a C4 documentary, World of Weird, which goes out on Wednesday night - showcasing his very unique artistic style.

Tim joins us along with his paint set, to create our very own This Morning work of art - Phillip and Holly, painted... by Pricasso's privates!

First aid for pets

We're joined by vet Paul Manktelow to tell us all we need to know about delivering life-saving first aid to our pets.

Paul says:"Nobody likes seeing our pets distressed or in pain. If your pet is ever in a situation where it needs First Aid then the key is not to get emotional. You need to keep calm, take a deep breath and don't go into panic mode."