Three years ago, Hackney boy Jonjoe Boulter was failing in school and getting into trouble. Worried about his lack of direction, his mum persuaded him to attend a snowsports programme run by the youth charity Snow-Camp - and everything changed.
As his interest developed, Jonjoe was offered an apprenticeship and he is now a qualified ski coach in Verbier, Switzerland!
When Andrea Hollingsworth first appeared on This Morning in 2013 after losing her nose to cancer, she explained that stares from strangers upset her so much she hardly went out without her sunglasses on.
Despite being given just a 20% chance of survival, Andrea has now been cancer-free for five years, feels totally transformed thanks to a new nose - and she's also married the love of her life!
Andrea joins us alongside her daughter Gemma, who praises her mother's courage and amazing fight throughout the painful process.
Last week the mother of Megan Evans - who was driven to suicide after being taunted by cyber bullies - appeared on This Morning, and the response to her story was overwhelming, with millions of people watching and sharing the video online.
Deidre will talk us through the incredible reaction to that heartbreaking interview and we're also meeting 12-year-old Amy Paton, who was continually taunted at school. That was until support group, Bikes Against Bullies, quite literally rode to her rescue!
Amy and her mum Gemma will be joined on the sofa by Bikes Against Bullies founder, Chris Cooper, who started the group after his own children were bullied. And we'll also have some bikers riding into ITV to show their support.
The biggest blunder in Oscars history happened last night, as La La land was mistakenly announced as the best picture, with the actual winner being Moonlight...
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Obesity expert Steve Miller doesn’t believe in mincing his words when it comes to weight loss, and says telling someone they’re fat is “an act of kindness”. It certainly worked for him. Previously four stone overweight, he went on to shed it all when an old friend told him he’d got “so fat” that he was losing his looks. But nutritionist Kirsten Davies is horrified by Steve’s militant stance and says being negative about someone else’s appearance only causes damage - as she knows herself after a doctor told her she was fat.
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It's not necessarily what you say, it's that you keep saying it - you keep the lines of communication open
If you're concerned about your child, and finding it hard to start a conversation with them, watch this.
Lucy Alexander, whose son Felix tragically took his own life after being the victim of bullying, is now an anti-bullying campaigner.