Everyone loves spotting a celeb, but Jason Thanos has made a career out of it. The autograph hunter spends £36,000 a year chasing stars such as Angelina Jolie and Tom Cruise just to get their name scribbled on a piece of paper!
The father of one from Manchester spends days outside premieres waiting for the stars, but it's worth it as some autographs fetch up to thousands of pounds and he now earns a living from selling his prized autographs.
It was a surreal experience. It was good in one way because we knew mum was going to die on a certain date so we could make the most of the time
The right to live or die debate was reignited after it came to light that dad-of-three Jeffrey Spector killed himself at a Swiss assisted suicide clinic.
He claimed he would still be alive today if UK laws were changed, but he chose to die at Dignitas on May 22 because he feared becoming a burden on his family.
Today, as we ask whether assisted suicide should finally be made legal in the UK, we are joined by Peter Squires, whose mother travelled to Dignitas in 2012, and Dr Colin Harte, who opposes a change in the law, arguing it will put many vulnerable people at risk.
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Are you living with a phobia that is ruining your life? Have you tried everything to fight your debilitating phobia and don't know where else to turn? Perhaps you are embarrassed to open up about it because it is an unusual or rare phobia? Whatever the phobia, however unusual it may be, we want to hear from you.
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Abi Longfellow was once a happy, outgoing child. But this all changed in 2013 when Abi was diagnosed with Dense Deposit Disease, a rare kidney condition.
For the last two years Abi has been through agonising treatment, facing ten hours of dialysis every day to keep her kidneys functioning. Her only hope now is a kidney transplant, but without the crucial drug Eculizumab it is simply too dangerous. However, Abi's condition is so rare, affecting just one in two million people, that the drug is not available on the NHS - leaving her family to fund the £60,000 medical bill themselves.
Abi joins us today with her parents Jo and Andrew to talk about her fight for this lifesaving drug.
You have to remain positive, you have to try to be happy
She earned the nickname Walking Man's Crumpet after fronting numerous outdoor programmes including Countryfile and Wainwright's Walks.
But behind the scenes, presenter Julia Bradbury, 44, has had her own personal mountains to climb.
Desperate to give her four-year-old son Zephyr siblings, she endured five gruelling cycles of IVF. And in March she finally gave birth to twins Xanthe and Zena, but only after a complicated 11-hour labour where she lost more than four pints of blood.
Julia joins us today to discuss her latest additions to her bundle of miracles and why she is happy being a mum in her 40s.
All morning, Alice had been making her lovely presence felt in the This Morning studio - until it was time for her mum and dad to chat to Phillip and Amanda, when she promptly fell asleep!
Does your partner spend more time on social media than with the family? Are you fed up of a friend bragging about every little thing they do?
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