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Davina McCall: Getting to grips with A&E

Davina is celebrating 70 years of the NHS in ITV’s new documentary Live in A&E which will see Davina experiencing everything that goes on in Leeds General Infirmary. Davina will never know who, or what will come through the doors next.

But this isn’t her first time in A&E, six years ago Davina took her sister, Caroline in after suspecting she was suffering from a stroke. Caroline died seven weeks later of terminal cancer - but Davina has never forgotten the kindness that the NHS staff showed her family. The show kicks off tonight, and as she prepares for her first night, Davina joins us live from Leeds General Infirmary.

'I can't get my four year old out of nappies!'

We can do this. We need to start again, inject some fun back into it. We've got to have a softer approach to it, rather than forcing it on her.

– Amanda Jenner

Research has revealed that 70 per cent of primary schools are reporting an increase in the number of children starting school wearing nappies. This comes as a local councillor claimed that the influx is down to parents not being ‘bothered’ to toilet train their own children.

One parent who has tried ‘everything’ to help her four year old tackle the toilet is mum of two Hannah Brown. She joins us alongside potty training expert Amanda Jenner, who has vowed to help her finally get daughter, Grace, out of nappies!

Gok Wan's Lo Hon soup noodles

If you spent the weekend munching on sausage rolls and knocking back fizz during Harry and Meghan’s wedding, today Gok Wan is getting us back on track, putting a spin on the Asian classic Lo Hon Soup Noodles.

Super quick, super fresh and very tasty - plus Gok guarantees you can cook, eat and even wash up in 15 minutes flat.

One year since the Manchester Arena bombing

Tuesday marks the first anniversary of the Manchester bombing after the Ariana Grande concert at the MEN arena.

Today we meet two of the brave fans who were there that night. Lucy Jarvis was just a few yards away from the bomber. She’s started to walk again 12 months after overcoming her injuries.

We also speak to Millie Robson, who met the Queen whilst she was recovering in hospital and whose mum has set up the charity Bee Happy 2gether to help children suffering from trauma and PTSD. Plus Mojo the dog is here alongside handler Phil, to tell us about being among the first on the scene that fateful night.

'It still felt like a family wedding'

On Friday’s show Alice Beer met 12-year-old Amelia Thompson who was given the full This Morning makeover treatment to get her ready for the royal wedding.

Plus - one lady called Dee told us about her 17-year-old son Cameron who bagged an invite too.

They’re both here in the studio as they reveal what it was like to be right in the heart of the action.