During a chat about ambulance response times, Phillip was joined at the last minute on the phone by his brother Tim to explain how the emergency services helped to save Tim’s life last year.
Tim said, “They were absolutely amazing… absolutely fantastic, I cannot fault them. The support I have had has been unbelievable. Even the paramedics visited me when I was in hospital to say ‘this is what we did', and asked how I was doing. They have been absolutely phenomenal.”
How can that NOT be Thursday's Best Bits?
After four heartbreaking years of trying and failing to start a family, Rosalind Powell and her husband decided their only choice was to adopt a child.
Faced with the fear of whether they could love someone else's child - and whether that child would love them - Rosalind Powell joins us with her honest account of the leap of faith she took in adopting her son Gabriel, the rigours of dealing with social services, and what it means to be a parent of a child who isn't biologically your own.
BOOK: How I Met My Son: A Journey Through Adoption is out today
He had no dignity - he died alone
For five months straight, England has failed to meet the eight-minute minimum response target for at least 75% of emergency calls. As the latest call times for December are released today, Debbie Moore and Rita Cuthell, whose dad died while waiting nearly two hours for an ambulance on Bonfire Night last year, join us to share their story.
Ronald Volante, 74, died from massive heart failure in his sheltered flat, making headlines after it was revealed he wrote an ‘I Love You’ note saying goodbye to his daughters as he lay waiting for help.
It’s a consumer story we’ve followed passionately: 5 million potentially dangerous tumble dryers under recall in the UK and not enough being done to make them safe.
Yesterday we had a breakthrough. We sent our consumer expert Alice Beer to their Michigan HQ in the United States to get some answers... and our perseverance paid off!
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After reports of faulty tumble driers causing house fires and endangering lives we sent Alice Beer to Michigan to demand answers from the CEO of Whirlpool.
However, she was refused information and now This Morning is not going to take no for an answer.
He’s the seven-month old continental rabbit already the size of small dog - and he could grow even bigger!
We meet Atlas the big bunny from a rescue centre in Glasgow who is currently looking for a new home after his owner wasn’t able to look after him anymore.