Calling all Mrs Brown's Boys fans!

Who's the Mammy? Bursting onto our screens in 2011 as Agnes Brown in Mrs Brown's Boys, Brendan O'Carroll hasn't looked back. What started as a five-minute radio sketch became a live show and then a hit TV show and then a film!

With 10 million viewers last Christmas and a movie which was out in the summer, things couldn't be better for Brendon O'Carroll. But has he called time on his cross-dressing comedy? He joins us to talk about his new book, Mrs Brown's A - Y of Everything, and the future of the TV show.

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Jane Hawking: The Theory of Everything

Phillip, Amanda and Jane

He was shy like I was but he had this great sense of humour

– Jane Hawking

Already gaining an Oscar buzz, it's set to be one of the biggest films of the new year. The Theory Of Everything, featuring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne, centres around the meeting of Stephen Hawking and his first wife Jane Hawking at Cambridge University in the 60s.

The film is inspired by Jane's book Travelling to Infinity, which documents her and Stephen's relationship. Jane joins us in the studio to talk about the upcoming film.

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Got a Christmas dinner SOS?

All week, Phil Vickery has been showing us how to make the perfect Christmas lunch, and he's back by popular demand, to answer our viewers' cookery conundrums so their Yuletide feast will impress all the family on the big day.

Are you fearing a Christmas dinner disaster? Are you worried about mushy sprouts, limp parsnips or tough turkey?

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Throwback Thursday: Party food

It's our last Throwback Thursday of 2014 and as it's Christmas we've uncovered one of the funniest Yuletide moments from This Morning's history.

Back in 2011, during a taste testing item which aimed to save viewers some pennies while simultaneously highlighting the best range of festive food on the market, Phillip inadvertently provided one of the best tongue slips committed to television.

Enjoy. And Merry Christmas from #tbt!

Eamonn brings some Christmas cheer as Ho ho Holmes

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