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Missing: Help find my daughter Georgina

It’s every parent’s worst nightmare: receiving the devastating news your child is missing. That’s exactly what happened to Andrea Gharsallah in March this year when her 30-year-old daughter and mum-of-two Georgina vanished. She was last seen on CCTV leaving a local shop and, since then, both her credit card and mobile phone haven’t been used. So where is Georgina? As her family desperately ask that question, former police officer Mark Williams-Thomas investigates.

Mark’s here alongside Georgina’s mum Andrea and younger sister Arij in a bid to find the fate of missing Georgina.

If you see Georgina or have any information about her, contact the police by phoning 101 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting reference 603 or 17/03.

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Going potty? It's time to beat the toilet training crisis!

It’s one of those dreaded parenting duties - potty training! And right now there’s a crisis in the UK, with teachers wasting hours of lesson time a year toilet training primary pupils, as up to 70% of schools say children are starting in nappies!

But don’t fear, our ‘toilet whisperer’ Amanda Jenner is here to nip your nappy nightmares in the bum with her top tips and expert advice on how to toilet train in just three days!

Plus we’ll be calling out for families in dire need of Amanda’s help, and could be sending the UK’s top toilet training expert to your home.

Britain's oldest transgender person: 'I became a woman at 81'

This week, charity Age UK announced they are offering advice on gender change, to support the growing number of over-60s seeking the operation. This announcement has been applauded by 85-year-old gran Ruth Rose, who underwent gender reassignment surgery herself aged 81 - making her one of Britain’s oldest transgender people.

Born James, Ruth knew she wanted to be female since she was nine years old. Unable to live the life she yearned for, she married a woman and had three children. But, in the end, Ruth had to reveal her true self, and four years ago finally underwent the surgery she says made her achieve total acceptance as a female.

Ruth joins us with her story.