What are you doing to help the refugees caught up in the humanitarian crisis? If you've been moved to act by the horrifying photo which dominated today's front pages, get in touch and let us know what you're doing. Perhaps it's a pub quiz or a collection, or maybe you're even keen to house a refugee or head to Europe to see the crisis for yourself?
We'd like to speak to viewers over Skype on Friday's show, so email us at firstname.lastname@example.org leaving your PHONE NUMBER and SKYPE DETAILS if you have them, by 9:30am on Friday 4 September. You must be 18 or over.
Bullying, moving schools and making friends are just some of the issues worrying pupils - and parents - ahead of the new school term. As hundreds of thousands of children head back to lessons, we’re looking at the key stress-inducing factors in our Back To School survey in conjunction with Netmums.
Life coach Jeff Brazier and head teacher Christine Cunliffe will have advice for parents dealing with stress.
It's finally happened - we've got a This Morning puppy! And she's not just any puppy, she's a very special Guide Dog in training.
But something is missing - her name! And that's where you come in.
We've shortlisted five of our favourite names from all those suggested yesterday (not necessarily the most popular names!) and put them to the vote this Wednesday 2 September from 10:30am, right here.
Voting will close at 11:30am on Thursday 3 September, and the name of our new puppy will be revealed at the end of Thursday's show.
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We want to hear your thoughts about anything and everything we talk about on This Morning.
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We look forward to hearing from you!
Back in the seventies and eighties, she was the rock chick who topped the charts as lead singer of The Pretenders, but Chrissie Hynde sparked outrage at the weekend when she claimed she took full responsibility for being raped at the age of 21 because of the way she was dressed and acting.
Joining us to discuss this controversial issue are Denise Robertson, who is against Chrissie’s comments and Julia Hartley Brewer who backs them.
Every day, thousands people throughout the UK are falling victim to scams of one kind or another.
One such person is 87-year-old widower Samuel Rae, whose information was handed to unscrupulous companies all over the world, after innocently filling in a survey. This resulted in him losing £35,000. His son Chris is demanding a crackdown and joins us live on the phone from Cornwall along with Consumer Expert Alice Beer in studio.
She loves her walks, but she is also very gentle... She is a very loving dog who would be very loyal towards an owner
Maggie the whippet-cross has been living at Serendipity Kennels in Cellarhead, near Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire since 2003.
She was just one when she was left at the kennels after her owners decided they could no longer care for her as they had five children.
Carmen Hammond, a dog handler at the kennels, says she remembers her first meeting with Maggie, "The pup had clearly had an accident because there was a metal pin in her leg. I instantly took a liking to her, though."
Maggie is now 13 years old and Carmen says, "She is great company so would be perfect for anyone who is a little lonely... She loves her walks, but she is also very gentle... She is a very loving dog who would be very loyal towards an owner."
However fellow kennel staff member Nicky Hawkins says Maggie "doesn't sell herself. She barks at new people but that doesn't mean she isn't friendly... Her past has made her fearful, but inside she's a lovely laid-back animal."
Steve Woodward, who runs Serendipity Kennels, says, "In the early days Maggie was quite wild, but I've seen a different side to her as she's aged."
Are you joking? Is she staying? Oh my God! She is absolutely beautiful...
Watch the moment Holly gets introduced to our new family member, a little pup with a big personality who quickly makes herself at home in the TM studio.
And she's a puppy with a special mission too, as she's just started her training to become a guide dog.
Explaining our puppy's role, Jayne George, director of fundraising and marketing at the Guid Dogs charity said, “The great thing about being in the studio is it's something she hasn’t experienced, it’s the only way she’ll experience it and it’ll teach her to cope with the unexpected which is what guide dogs have to do once they are fully trained.”