It's the addictive, smash-hit TV show that everyone's talking about. Breaking Bad, a US drama series about a terminally ill chemistry teacher who turns into a criminal, drug-dealing mastermind, has won 16 Emmys, two Golden Globes and even features in the Guinness World Records as the highest-rating TV series of all time!
Today we are joined by one of Breaking Bad's biggest stars, RJ Mitte. His portrayal of a young disabled man, Walt Junior, struggling to cope with his father's terminal cancer and his own physical problems, has won him unanimous praise. However, what marks out RJ is that he has the same disability as his character on screen, cerebral palsy (CP).
He joins us to talk about living and acting with CP, his role in Breaking Bad and of course, his love for breakfast!
If I don't have it done my journey will never be complete
We all remember the shock last August when boxing promoter Frank Maloney announced he was now living as a woman and wanted to be known as Kellie. As a 61-year-old in a sport not known for its tolerance, Kellie always knew her transition wasn’t going to be straightforward.
But three weeks ago, after surgery abroad to make her face look more feminine, Kellie suffered complications that left her in intensive care and, as she puts it, with a face “like a Halloween mask”. Kellie is still recovering from the ordeal, which has left her too distraught to leave the house. But she insists she will go ahead with the most important operation of all – the six-hour, final sex change operation to become a woman.
We are also joined by Kellie’s 38-year-old daughter Emma, who has made Kellie promise not to have any more cosmetic surgery on her face.
On Wednesday's show, David Domoney is lighting up our homes in time for Christmas. And we'll be speaking to Kellie Maloney - after cosmetic surgery left her bleeding from the eyes, and moments from death. Join us from 10:30.
It's Kendra vs Edwina - so whose side are you on? From rows to reunions, laughter to luxuries, Kian Egan is back with with the hottest news from the I'm A Celebrity...jungle.
Last night on I'm A Celeb... we saw the first major row of the series! It royally kicked off between Kendra Wilkinson and Edwina Currie after Edwina overheard Kendra saying "You should never live your life for other people, ever.” Edwina took issue with this, which resulted in a four-letter tirade from Kendra.
But did Kendra overreact? Or was she well within her rights to answer back to Edwina in the way she did?
It's exactly a month until Christmas day and all this week we're getting you prepared!
Yesterday we looked at the best advent calendars on the high street, and today we're talking decorations.
Traditional, modern or nordic - can you tell your budget from your luxury? Interior designer Ben Hillman has decorated six trees to find out!
Over 4,000 people applied to This Morning's Be A Best Seller competition and all this week, we'll be meeting our five finalists - all budding authors hoping for the chance to win a place on a creative writing course and literary agent representation for their winning novel.
Today we meet our second finalist Andrew Ewart and his love story with a twist, Reels.
If you had told Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman five years ago that they'd be the hosts on a prime time quiz show, they wouldn't have believed you. But over 800 episodes later the formidable presenting duo are enjoying more success than ever.
The pair even have a new Pointless book out with some of the show's best questions for fans to play at home. They join us today to discuss pointless questions, unusual fan mail and Richard's acting debut.
BOOK: The Very Pointless Quiz Book is out now
Today we're meeting Tim Hines, the dad who was arrested for leaving his poorly child in the car for five minutes whilst he popped to the chemist to get her medicine.
Do you think that it's right for parents to be arrested for leaving children alone? Do you think that prosecuting a parent for leaving their child is nonsense and a waste of time? Would you leave your child alone, even for a few minutes? We answer some calls from parents who tell us of their experiences, opinions and concerns.