Molly's ticking off her bucket list

Six-year-old Molly Bent was born with normal eyesight, but last year, she was diagnosed with a degenerative genetic eye condition. The condition, for which there is no cure, causes progressive vision loss and in just a few months, Molly could go completely blind.

After she was given this devastating news, Molly compiled a bucket list of things she wants to see. So yesterday, This Morning helped Molly tick off some things on her list, and today, she's here along with her mother Eve, to tell us her story.

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Victims of Harold Shipman speak out

It's been 10 years since the suicide of one of the world's most prolific serial killers - Harold Shipman. During a 23-year murder spree, over 215 patients are thought to have perished at Shipman's hands as he administered fatal overdoses of painkillers.

Ten years after his suicide in Wakefield Prison in West Yorkshire at the age of 57, Shipman's crimes are the subject of a powerful new two-part TV show, starting tomorrow night. Two relatives of Shipman's victims, Jack Shelmerdine, 83, and Deborah Bartlett, 53, join us with their memories of the twisted killer.

Harold Shipman: Driven to Kill is on April 17 at 9pm Channel 5

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'Meeting Jordan inspired my gender transformation'

After feeling unhappy for years with her gender, Chelsea Attonley (born Matthew) was inspired by glamour model Jordan to become a woman.

A chance meeting with Katie Price's alter ego in a nightclub gave Chelsea the go-ahead she needed to pursue her sex change dream and - after overcoming various obstacles, including issues with her weight and death in her family - she had gender reassignment surgery and now lives very happily as Chelsea.

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