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On Wednesday's show, Alexander Armstrong explains why there's nothing pointless about telling stories.

Bryony Blake shows us how to look ten years younger using just the tools in our make-up bag.

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Liz Dawn: Coronation Street actress who played Vera Duckworth dies aged 77

Coronation Street actress Liz Dawn, who played Vera Duckworth in the soap for 34 years, has died.

Her family have released a statement saying, "We are devastated and heartbroken at the passing of our much-loved wife, mother, sister, grandmother and great grandmother, the incredible Liz Dawn.

"Liz died peacefully last night at home with her loving family around her.

"She has been the love, light and inspiration in our lives and we are bereft at her passing."

We're joined on the phone by Liz's Corrie co-star Kevin Kennedy, who tells us, 'Every time I think of Liz, I always get a smile on my face. What a brilliant legacy that is'.

How to look fab in your fifties!

From Nicole Kidman to Jane Fonda to Halle Berry and Julia Roberts, women in their 50s are stealing the spotlight with their ageless style. From fab at 50 to stylish at 60 Trinny has something to suit you too.

The eight-year-old drag queen taking the world by storm

Nemis Quinn Mélançon Golden, stage name Lacaticia, started dressing in drag a year ago. It all started after wearing his sister’s tutus at the age of three. Lactatia has appeared on stage with Ru Paul’s Drag Race star Bianca del Rio on her worldwide tour and says dressing in drag makes him feel accepted and happy.

Nemis dressed up as Lacaticia

He joins us from his hometown of Montreal alongside supportive mum Jessica.

Would you be offended if someone called you darling, babe or sweetheart at a supermarket checkout?

Beth Bellamy is boycotting her local Tesco in protest after being called 'darling’ by female workers in her local supermarket. Beth claims the terms are patronising and offensive.

So what do today's debaters think of it? Kim Woodburn is ‘outraged lovey’ and says this is a sad world we’re living in, whilst feminist Kate Smurthwaite says she agrees with Beth and says it’s over familiar and rude. Let battle commence.

I was drug raped like Liar character Laura

You can't move. You're trying to say 'no', and nothing is happening

– Anita Grinham

Liar episode 3 hit our screens last night, and we finally discovered the truth - single dad and successful surgeon, Andrew drugged his son’s teacher, Laura. But since the police have dropped the case, what will Laura do now to prove what really happened? There’s three more episodes to go and plenty more drama still to come as she continues her quest for justice.

Joanne Froggatt as Laura in Liar

Today we meet Anita Grinham, a mum of four who was drugged and raped by someone she knew in 2008. Despite her attacker’s arrest, he was never convicted due to lack of forensic evidence - forcing Anita to come into contact with him on a regular basis in their home town. After nine years of fighting for her cause, the police have finally apologised over their handling of the case - but her attacker will never be prosecuted.

Anita tells us what it felt like to feel guilty for reporting her rape and how she struggled to be believed.

John Torode's eggcellent masterclass

How do you like your eggs in the morning? Well after today every student in the country will be able to offer them soft boiled or scrambled - perfectly cooked every time!

As students across the UK prepare for freshers' week, John Torode is taking it right back to basics with his cookery masterclass. Alison is live with three students at the University of Leeds as they take part in John’s egg-cellent student cook-off. They’ll learn how to make a perfect soft-boiled egg and make scrambled eggs live, with the best student taking away £1000!

This Morning Live is BACK!

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.

Buy your tickets for This Morning Live here

Ruth and Eamonn presenting on stage at TM Live 2017

Credit: Rex

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.

– Emma Gormley, Managing Editor for ITV Daytime