We've got a festive discussion ahead of Christmas that will get all parents talking. Last week Laura Cole, 32, from Epsom, Surrey, devised a plan to get her children to behave. She gave Tyler, eight, and Freya, four, a letter from Santa telling them they were on the naughty list, then filmed their reaction as they burst into tears. She uploaded the footage to YouTube, where it has been watched 103,000 times.
While these online videos are funny, experts warn that 'family-shaming' can be harmful to both children and adults, and psychological therapist Emma Kenny warns that posting disciplinary videos online can leave a child open to bullying.
Both Emma and Laura join us today to discuss the issues raised. Let us know what you think by leaving your comments below, and by voting in our poll before 10:35 today.
On Thursday's show, the stars of Mrs Brown's Boys and Still Open All Hours. And Phil Vickery rescues us from our Christmas dinner SOSs! See you at 10:30.
On the third day of the This Morning Nativity, the pupils from Mistley Norman Church of England Primary School in Essex delivered a performance that made us laugh, cry - and wonder how wise it is to have a donkey in the studio tomorrow!
We've had the canapés, the starter, now for the main event! Today Phil Vickery is back to show us how to make the perfect roast turkey that will feed the whole family. He'll also give us not one, not two, but THREE options for the stuffing!
And to finish - Olly Smith returns with his rundown of the best wines to wash down your Christmas dinner.
Today, the shepherds follow to star to Bethlehem, as told by the pupils from Mistley Norman Church of England Primary School, Essex. Following their performance we'll have a brief chat with the children and their headteacher Mrs Woolmer.
At first I was quite nervous because I felt like I was thrown very much in the deep end
Following an acoustic live performance of her new single Living Without You, Tulisa joined Phillip and Amanda to discuss her rollercoaster year, a year, which saw her on trial for a drugs scandal and suffering with depression, before being cleared of all charges and welcomed back into the public eye.
The singer summed it up as she explained, “I think everyone goes through rough patches in their life, some worse than others... sometimes I feel like you can only get given what you can handle, and I guess it’s about just taking every negative experience as a life experience.”
Talking about true friendships during the trial, Tulisa said, “I lost touch with people and I also gained new friends… and it’s funny, the one thing that interested me the most was that I had friends that were associates that I didn’t actually spend that much time with, but then became really solid, like best mates, throughout the whole process.”