Next Thursday our resident hair stylist Leo Bancroft will be back with a guide to modern hairstyles guaranteed to take away the years along with the hairs. So if you'd like a New Younger You via a New Do then get in touch, as Leo needs willing male and female hair models.
Like Ruth's style? Stylist David O'Brien shares the details below...
The cast of A Rock of Ages perform a track from the hit musical, live.
He's the happy-chappy Essex boy who has gained himself a legion of fans young and old. Dermot O'Leary's role presenting The X Factor made him a household name but on Saturday afternoons, he also flexes his musical muscles as a Radio 2 DJ.
Today he joins us today to discuss his new album The Saturday Sessions 2014 which features bands and artists performing live in session on his show.
The long Easter weekend is right around the corner, and chocolate eggs aren't the only sweet Easter treats to keep you going! Former Great British Bake Off contestant Cathryn Dresser is here with her traditional Easter Simnel cake.
A recent study claims to have proven that the mid-life crisis is in fact a real thing. The study, which looked at decades of data from tens of thousands of people in Australia, Germany and Britain claims that happiness hits the lowest point around the age of 40.
Recent statistics also show that couples are most likely to get divorced in their 40s and 50s, with figures from the Office for National Statistics proving that more men than ever are filing for divorce in their 60s - the number has increased by 73% between 1991 and 2011.
Denise Robertson is here to talk through the very real ramifications of the so-called mid-life crisis, taking calls from viewers along the way.
It's Throwback Thursday once again at This Morning where we blow the cobwebs off an age old clip, pop the tape in our VCR and giggle at those never-to-be-repeated moments live TV loves to create.
This week we've stopped off at 2009 to re-watch Peter Kay as he reveals an amusing anecdote about his dog. This rather crude, yet oh-so-funny moment leaves Ruth doubled up with the giggles whereas Eamonn's innocent mind can't register the joke at hand.
Six-year-old Molly Bent was born with normal eyesight, but last year, she was diagnosed with a degenerative genetic eye condition. The condition, for which there is no cure, causes progressive vision loss and in just a few months, Molly could go completely blind.
After she was given this devastating news, Molly compiled a bucket list of things she wants to see. So yesterday, This Morning helped Molly tick off some things on her list, and today, she's here along with her mother Eve, to tell us her story.