The half-price Soap and Glory set is here!

New British Gas energy tariff, half-price Soap and Glory set, £1.50 prosecco and rail fares going up. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Quick Deals.

Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.

'I gave up men to sleep with ghosts'

There was a weight and a weightlessness, a physical breath, and stroking, and the energy as well

– Amethyst says there is a real connection with her ghostly partners

Once you go ghost, you never go back!

Amethyst Realm was dumped by her childhood fiancé 10 years ago, after he caught her in bed with another man… but the other man was actually a ghost.

Since then Amethyst has gone on to have more than 15 spirit lovers, and says the sexual experience is so intense she’d never go back to a human lover.

She joins us today to tell us about her spiritual encounters, her hunt for the ghost of her dreams, and how she one day hopes to conceive a child with a spirit lover.

Coping with bereavement at Christmas

You will put your foot in it - people are irrational when they're grieving, but to keep talking about the person is so important

– Sarah says we shouldn't be afraid to speak to bereaved friends

The Christmas season is a time for joy and celebration, but for those who have lost a loved one, it can be one of the most difficult periods of the year.

Sarah Pullen knows only too well the pain of losing a child - her son Silas died aged 11 after suffering from an aggressive brain tumour.

She’s about to face her fourth Christmas without her son and joins us today to reveal how she copes with her loss at what is, for many, the happiest time of the year.

If you'd like more information and advice on coping with bereavement at Christmas, check out our helplines.

It's Never Too Late to make your singing dream come true!

Inspired by the story of his nan who never realised her dream to become a singer, Rylan is on a mission to help show This Morning viewers it’s Never Too Late to make dreams come true!

Today, in the first of his new mini-series, Rylan meets 61-year-old Teresa, who has always dreamt of a singing career - but after losing her mum to cancer when she was younger, gave up on her dream.

Cue Rylan, with a very special surprise!

Should nurses set an example when it comes to obesity?

It’s one of this week’s biggest talking points. The news that a quarter of nurses are classified as obese has provoked a strong reaction from NHS staff and patients.

Today, two nurses gave us their own views. Lisa Gunn who is classified as obese said it's the nature of the job that has made her overweight, whereas nurse Megan McGee says she lost a whopping five stone in order to become a better nurse.

Poll: Is it 'lazy parenting' to pay a professional to potty train your children?

A couple has posted an advert for a professional 'potty trainer' for their three-year-old daughter ahead of the in-laws visiting at Christmas.

In an online advert, the mum explains that she and her husband have struggled to train their toddler to use the toilet due to their 'busy careers'. The advert has caused a strong reaction online with some suggesting it is 'lazy parenting' whilst others have praised the parents. What do you think?

Dosh on your Doorstep for Christmas - take part now

Christmas is round the corner but are you struggling to get the family gifts or make the house festive ? We're looking to play fairy godmother and give a Christmas bonus full of goodies to someone.

For your chance to take part, answer some questions and bag yourself some cash and goodies, send us a video of no more than a minute, explaining why you deserve a visit from our fairy godmother.

You need to be 18 and over and we need your applications in by Monday 11 December at 3pm.

Please see participation terms and conditions before applying to take part.

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  • Participants must be 18 or over
  • You must be a resident of the UK, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man
  • Your film must be no longer than one minute (anything longer may not be considered)
  • If you are successful you need to be available for filming between 8:30am and 12:30pm Monday - Friday (on a date to be confirmed by the This Morning production team)
  • Please submit your video and complete the short form using the link below. NB: if any children appear in the film, you must have their parent or legal guardian consent.
  • Entries close on Monday 11 December at midday

Donate a reverse advent calendar to your local food bank

For the 13 million people living in poverty in the UK, Christmas can be one of the most challenging periods of the year. In fact, across the country, food banks are bracing themselves for a surge in families in need of emergency supplies - predicting their busiest month ever. That's why some people are choosing to reverse things this advent - with a calendar that gives back.

The idea is simple - instead of opening the door to a chocolate or treat, you do the giving, putting aside a donation each day of advent, which you then take to a food bank in time for Christmas. We’re speaking to the woman who came up with the clever idea, Louise Scott, and also crossing live to one of Britain’s busiest food banks.