Back to school... with Phillip and Holly

It’s back to school today as Phillip and Holly return with a brand new sofa... and Amanda Holden on standby in case Holly's third child decides to make an early appearance!

Amanda says: "It’s such an exciting time for Holly and I am really happy to be stepping in whilst she is on maternity leave. I’ve worked with Phillip before and it will be a joy to present such a much-loved show with him.”

We're kicking off the new term with our #NoFearGoSmear campaign to improve cervical smear test attendance figures in the UK. Offering medical advice and guidance on procedures and treatments, Dr Dawn Harper leads the campaign and carry out smear test examinations. The campaign follows real life and celebrity stories of those affected by cancer, and we want you to nominate a friend to pledge that the next time they are invited for a smear test, they will go and get checked.

And in a bid to hang on to the sunshine that little bit longer, Olly Smith embarks on a Last Taste of Summer tour of the hottest European destinations including Bordeaux, Treviso, San Sebastian and Sardinia to discover the food, culture, history and of course show viewers the perfect wine to accompany each trip!

This Morning’s Editor Pete Ogden says: “It’s such an exciting time for the whole team on This Morning, we’ve got heaps of new items starting this series and these are just a few highlights for September - I can’t wait for viewers to see what else we have in store for later months.” And managing executive producer for ITV studios Daytime Emma Gormley adds: “This Morning continues to inform, make us laugh, and lead the way in delivering the human interest stories we’re all talking about as a nation.”

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Girls in gangs

Reformed gang member Tracey Miller owned her first knife at just 13-years-old, and carried a gun around in her school bag.

Hitting rock bottom after being shot in the arm and leg, Tracey decided to turn her back on the world of guns and gangs and is now determined to use her violent past in a positive way.

Putting pen to paper, Tracey has written an autobiography, hoping that she can lift the lid on the terrifying underworld that nearly claimed her life.

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Who will be crowned winner of Got to Dance?

Blood, sweat, and tears are going in to tonight's show!

– Kimberly Wyatt

It's the live Got to Dance finale tonight.

Australian tap dancer Adam Garcia is back on the judging panel with the King of street dance Ashley Banjo and the ultimate queen of dance Kimberly Wyatt.

They join us to discuss being back together, mentoring their own acts and most importantly who will win the title and be crowned Got to Dance Champion 2014.

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Surprise! It's our Friday makeover!

Mum of two Roxanne Hawkes has been nominated by her friend Sara for a surprise makeover.

On Valentine's Day this year, Roxanne's husband was diagnosed with leukaemia whilst she was seven months pregnant with their second child.

Over the past few months Roxanne has selflessly raised their two little girls, Sienna and Cailyn, whilst always being at her husband's side. At no point did she spare any thought for herself and Sara wanted to give her a little treat and some 'me' time.

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