Mike Houlston and Jess Evans are parents of extraordinary generosity, this time last year they consented to donating organs from their baby, who died just under two hours after being born.
The couple join us today, the day after the first anniversary of their son Teddy's death and the day he became what's believed to be the youngest ever organ donor in the UK. It was also his surviving twin Noah's first birthday yesterday. Mike and Jess share Teddy's story to give hope to other families who lose a baby, to raise awareness of anencephaly and to explain how the good that has come out of Teddy's short life has helped them come to terms with the tragic loss of their newborn son.
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Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg will join Phillip and Amanda in the run-up to the election to discuss his policies. Not only will we hear his plans for the country, we're giving you the chance to ask him a question ahead of the General Election on May 7th.
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Bryony was giving us some handy hints and tips on how to banish the shine today, when she decided to abandon our studio models to instead attack our cameraman Graham with some blotting paper! Looking good Graham!
Amanda and Phillip found the whole incident so amusing, they chose it as their Best Bit for Wednesday.
Big sacrifices have been made to get this country back on track
The heat is on during the run up to the General Election which will see whether David Cameron will remain in power as Prime Minister or not.
The Prime Minister joins This Morning to talk about the Conservative's policies and how he feels their chances are this year - plus he'll be taking viewers' calls.
James Freedman is a professional Stealth Crime Expert - or in Oliver Twist terms, he likes to pick a pocket or two. But he's not a criminal, he's an honest pickpocket - teaching people how to avoid becoming victims of crime.
Today, he's been targeting members of this This Morning team to demonstrate how easily it can be done, and ways to protect yourself from becoming a victim.
This week Prime Minister David Cameron will be the first of the four leaders to join Phillip and Amanda in the run up to the election to discuss his policies. Not only will we hear his plans for the country, we're also giving you the chance to ask him a question ahead of the General Election on May 7th.
Watch the above video to see how he tackled the issues concerning you.
Ella Parry, 21, died earlier this month after taking a lethal dose of diet pills she bought online. The highly toxic substance known as Dinitrophenol, or DNP, 'burned' Ella from the inside - making her metabolism soar and forcing her body to overheat.
Her devastated mother Fiona has issued a stark warning about buying diet pills online and joins us today to spread her important message.