Jane runs for son Stephen's Story

His positivity just shone through.

– Jane

Nineteen-year-old Stephen Sutton inspired the nation with his brave battle with terminal cancer. Shortly after being given the news that his condition was incurable, Stephen set-up a Facebook Page called Stephen's Story.

The inspirational Stephen Sutton

Initially a bucket list of his ambitions, it soon went viral attracting celebrity support from the likes of Jason Manford and Jimmy Carr, Stephen then decided to focus on raising money and awareness of cancer in Teenagers and Young adults. His initial goal was to raise £10,000, by the time he passed away on 14 May 2014 he'd raised over £3 million. On Sunday his mum Jane ran the London Marathon and she joins us today to talk to us about continuing Stephen's legacy.

Amanda shares sister's news from Nepal

I'm still quite numb, it's hard to take in what an awful situation it is in Nepal

– Amanda Holden

As we talked about the aftermath of the terrible earthquake in Nepal, Amanda revealed that she's had a worrying weekend because her sister is in the country planning to climb Mount Everest.

I can barely speak… altitude sickness has potentially saved her life

– Amanda Holden

Luckily Debbie has managed to get in touch with Amanda and their parents to let them know she is safe, and hoping to make her way down the mountain soon.

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Surviving the Nepal earthquake

On Saturday a devastating earthquake measuring a magnitude of 7.8 hit Nepal.

More than 3,200 people were killed in what was the worst earthquake to strike the country in more than 80 years. The earthquake triggered avalanches on Mount Everest, killing at least 17 people, injuring many more and leaving climbers further up the mountain in peril.

Pedestrians walk past collapsed buildings in Kathmandu, Nepal

Amanda's sister Debbie was preparing to climb Mount Everest, and after being in touch with her over the weekend, Amanda shares her story. We're also joined by Alex Parry, whose girlfriend Tara was in Nepal when the earthquake struck. And search and rescue expert James Perry is here to tell us more about the search for survivors.

Amanda shares sister's news from Nepal

Nepal earthquake: Over 3,000 dead as rescue efforts continue

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This week Labour leader Ed Miliband will join Phillip and Amanda in the run up to the election to discuss his policies and plans for the country. We're also giving you the chance to ask him a question ahead of the General Election on May 7.

Email us at thismorning@itv.com, please include your question and your name and telephone number. We need your emails by 3pm on Tuesday 26 April.

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