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The big summer getaway

There will be 130 people taking off every minute during the day today!

– Simon Calder

With schools out, the big summer getaway is now upon us and that means one thing- travel chaos. Travellers are facing one of the worst weekends of the year so far, as Heathrow is expecting its busiest ever day in history today.

With this in mind, travel expert Simon Calder is joining us in the studio with all his top tips on a seamless getaway and Bob Atkinson is live from Heathrow Airport to see how people are coping with the travel madness.

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Inside our child's minds

I think what this movie does brilliantly is that it touches upon relationships between parents and children, not from the outside but thinking what kind of emotions are going on inside them. It's really important in terms of relationships and emotionally, behaviourally and cognitively.

– Dr Sheila Redfern, who has written a book about Reflective Parenting

Today sees Pixar's latest 3D animation film, Inside Out, opening in UK cinemas. The film explores what goes on inside a child’s mind - a wonder for many parents.

Joining us to shed some light on what our little ones are really thinking is Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Dr Sheila Redfern, alongside journalist Angela Epstein, who also has an 11 year old daughter - the same age as Riley, the main character in the movie.

In order to build up an understanding, Sheila encourages people to start talking about feelings with their babies, even when changing a nappy!

She says: "Tell them what you think they may be feeling. For example wet, messy, uncomfortable.

"All of those communications help them to realise how they really feel. This film is really helpful in highlighting that."

BOOK: Reflective Parenting: A Guide to Understanding What’s Going on in Your Child’s Mind by Dr Sheila Redfern and Alistair Cooper is available now.

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'How could you forget tea?!'

We were celebrating all things British on Thursday's show by welcoming guest Fraser MacAlpine, author of new book Stuff Brits Like - alongside HRH the Queen, who served tea to a queue on the Southbank.

However, Fraser told Ruth and Eamonn that tea is such an everyday part of his life, he didn't even think to include it in his book. Off with his head!

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What makes Britain great?

In a recent This Morning Poll 67% of our viewers voted for the Queen as our most iconic Brit, 28% said Queuing was our top British tradition and as ever tea came out on top with 71% of the vote as the nation's favourite drink, but what else makes Britain great?

We'll be chatting to Fraser MacAlpine, author of new book Stuff Brits Like while HRH the Queen serves tea to a queue on the Southbank.

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Hated for my face

You don't see someone who looks like me every day. I understand it's normal to be a bit startled and look a little longer... it's when it goes further

– Adam Pearson

We've heard of racism, sexism and homophobia but how many times have you heard the word disabilism? Probably not many. And that's the problem.

Adam Pearson has neurofibromatosis type 1 which means that his face is completely disfigured. After being the victim of disability hate crime himself he's now on a mission to explore hate crime and find out why it goes under the radar.

Ruth winds up 'Britain's angriest man'

Have cold callers ever made you see red? According to new research almost half of British adults are most likely to be angered by phone sales or telemarketers. One of these people is Ian Walker who has been dubbed Britain's Angriest Man and appears on a new ITV documentary Britain Sees Red: Caught On Camera. Ian joins us on the sofa today to reveal all about his hatred for call centres and what else riles him up.

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