Melissa Rivers on mum Joan

Normal, ups and downs, best of friends as well as wanting to throttle each other half the time

– Melissa Rivers on her relationship with mum, Joan

Joan Rivers made people laugh all over the world, with her razor sharp wit and biting put downs. The showbiz world was left devastated last September when Joan tragically died after complications during surgery.

One person who was especially affected by her death was her daughter and best friend, Melissa Rivers. Wanting to keep her mother's memory and ferocious spirit alive Melissa has put pen to paper to share the countless stories and anecdotes of life growing up with a mother who lived in the spotlight. From teaching her how not to be a domestic goddess to her final moments, her daughter, Melissa joins us from LA to reveal all.

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Dr Chris' mole clinic

It's only natural to worry about how much the sun has damaged our skin or whether a suspect mole needs checking and with good reason. Skin Cancer is now the fifth most common cancer in the UK with more than 100,000 new cases diagnosed each year. Today, Dr Chris Steele, who has previously suffered from Skin Cancer is opening up his special mole clinic. He'll also be joined by Consultant Dermatologist, Mohammad Ghazavi. Plus there's a special surprise in store for Dr Chris - he'll meet a woman whose life was saved by a previous skin cancer item he presented on This Morning.

Sun Awareness & Skin Cancer Helplines

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Big game hunting: Cecil the lion

Sport and hunting should never be synonymous

– Virginia Mckenna OBE, Founder of the Born Free Foundation

On Tuesday evening the news broke that an American tourist - Walter Palmer - had hunted and killed Zimbabwe's most famous lion - Cecil. The worldwide response has been massive.

A petition has been started, Walter's website and name have been dragged through the mud and hundreds of famous faces have tweeted their disgust and upset over the incident. Two women who are shocked and horrified by the events are Virginia Mckenna OBE -Founder of the Born Free Foundation and Helen Worth - patron of the Born Free Foundation and animal campaigner.

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Can women go grey gracefully?

Top hairdresser Nicky Clarke has come out saying that only men can go grey and carry it off.

Nicky even criticised the Duchess of Cambridge for not covering up her occasional grey, declaring it a 'disaster' when she was pictured with natural roots while pregnant with Princess Charlotte back in February.

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Things are still Ab Fab for Joanna Lumley

It was a journey of a lifetime! At one point I looked at the temperature outside and it was minus 33!

– Joanna Lumley

While most 69 year olds take a slower pace in life, Joanna Lumley has never been busier.

Fresh from her Trans Siberian adventures for ITV, she is gearing up to film for the much anticipated Absolutely Fabulous comeback as well as several other projects including a new initiative called Spark Something Good to help us realise the good we can do in our own communities, without having to spend a penny.

Born Free Supporter Joanna also talks about the killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe.

It's going to be ravishingly funny.

– Joanna Lumley on the Absolutey Fabulous film

The ultimate Elton John lookalike!

It's wonderful! People open doors for me and I get into the best restaurants.

– Paul Bacon on being confused with Elton

Paul Bacon has made a career for himself performing as one the music industry's most successful musicians, Sir Elton John. He's even performed for Sir Elton's mum Sheila, at her 90th birthday party in March this year! But Paul admits receiving emails from the real Elton's mum is "quite surreal".

He joins us today along with his band for a chat about his friendship with Sheila and to perform Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting with his band.

He says: "Elton's mum saw a video of ours and was quite impressed. Then she came to a gig and got the idea in her head to perform at her birthday party.

"We've stayed in touch and she's taken a keen interest in us and the band."

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