Yotam Ottolenghi is famous for making vegetables sexy, and now he's turned his focus to all things sweet - in his first book dedicated to puddings, pastries and cakes.
Yotam tells us how you can have a slice of indulgence in your own home, for a fraction of the price, making rolled pavlova with peaches and blackberries.
Throughout their lifetimes British women spend around £19,000 when it comes to their periods. This includes the cost of sanitary products, pain relief and underwear.
Earlier this year a pilot scheme in Aberdeen was launched to provide free sanitary products to women and girls from low income households, in a bid to tackle period poverty. But should the scheme be rolled out throughout the country?
Today we meet 18-year-old Amika George who is demanding dignity for women whose budgets are so tight, they are being forced to use socks, tissues and newspapers as an alternative. Do you think lower income females should receive free sanitary products?
This week’s documentary Feral Families introduces us to three sets of parents who are raising their children under the ‘off-grid’ philosophy. But does a lack of rules make the children healthier and happier, or lead to behaviour issues?
Today we meet off-grid parents Gemma and Lewis Rawnsley, who raise their seven children without rules. Life is a long series of playtimes and picnics with the children doing whatever they like, choosing their own bedtimes and having ice creams at midnight. Gemma, Lewis and their seven children will be live in the studio.
Fancy spending a night mingling with the stars? This Morning is giving you and a friend the chance to attend the glitzy Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards in London as a VIP!
You'll get a champagne reception, three course meal and a stay at The Devonshire Club hotel as well as going to the awards at Grosvenor House.
You and your guest must be 18 or over and available on the evening of Monday 30 October. The closing date for online entries is midday on Wednesday 25 October.
Ben Carpenter has been called superdad, a saint and a hero, but he likes to be known as just... dad. After spending years struggling to adopt as a single, gay man, Ben became father to his eldest son 10 years ago and since then, has spent thousands of hours caring for his children, who all have specific needs.
Ben says that being a father is the best thing in the world but he also admits that it’s a challenge - especially as a single dad. Today we’re joined in the studio by Ben and his children, to discuss their inspiring and heartwarming story.
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After our hugely successful debut welcomed tens of thousands through the doors earlier this year, we've decided to take the This Morning Live back on the road for 2018. We'll be super-sizing the show you love from the screen to an incredible four-day live event at the NEC in Birmingham.
From Thursday 17 until Sunday 20 May 2018 you can experience an abundance of Fashion & Style, Beauty & Wellbeing, Food & Drink and the newly revamped Home Living, you'll have the opportunity to live and breathe the latest trends, indulge in culinary delights, shop until you drop and even do a bit of celebrity spotting!
Phil, Holly, Eamonn and Ruth are already confirmed to return to the stage, alongside other familiar faces from the This Morning family, so don't miss your chance to indulge in the ultimate day out.
Turning the award winning and iconic This Morning in to an event for the first time was an unprecedented success and we’re really looking forward to returning with the This Morning’s family of presenters to the NEC again next May.