After pictures of a mystery couple sheltering a dog from heavy rain in Dover earlier in the week went viral, we tracked down the pair of friends and today they join us to tell us about the story of do-gooding that has touched the heart of the nation.
Plus vet Joe Inglis joins us via Skype to discuss dog health.
A survey of 2000 parents of all ages have revealed a quarter of parents admit to leaving their children in a car while they go on an errand, sometimes not returning for 22 minutes.
This works out that eight million adults have done this nationwide.
Here to discuss this topic with us this morning are Laverne Antrobus a child psychologist and journalist Sonia Poulton.
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On Thursday we chatted to a mum and daughter who've spent £60k to look like their idol Katie Price. The pair stirred up a lot of debate and got #thismorning trending on Twitter, so give our presenters' Best Bits a watch, and see what you think!
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I just love the fake look! I love Katie Price, Josie Cunningham. I just love the fake look!
What lengths would you go to to look like your favourite celebrity? Maybe you'd get the same haircut or shop for the same style of clothes?
But for 38-year-old Georgina Clarke and her 20-year-old daughter Kayla Morris that wasn’t enough, as the pair have spent almost £60,000 on plastic surgery to look like their idol Katie Price. Georgina likes Katie’s current look while her daughter is a fan of the Jordan look!
The most common reason for trying an e-cigarette is smokers trying to quit.
Health officials in Britain have recently endorsed e-cigarettes, saying they are 95% safer than tobacco equivalents, and even suggesting doctors should be able to prescribe the devices to smokers trying to quit.
Today we meet Deborah Arnott from ASH (Action on Smoking & Health) who is pro vaping, and journalist Kelly Rose Bradford who in contrast strongly believes that e-cigarettes should be banned in public places.
Dr Dawn is also on hand with her medical opinion to set the record straight regarding these controversial devices.
I think the problem is that [e-cigarettes] are normalising smoking to a whole new generation of children.