The award-winning Dead Ringers is back!

It's been seven years since Dead Ringers last tickled our satirical funny-bones, but the hit impressions show is back and returning to its original home of Radio 4 with a brand new 12th series.

Britain's best-loved impressionist, and cast original, Jon Culshaw is joined this series by his partner in comedy-crime Debra Stephenson and they're here for a joke-filled chat in the studio.

Watch Jon and Debra become Eamonn and Ruth for the day

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Leo's biggest challenge yet?

Leo Bancroft is sharpening his scissors to take on his biggest challenge to date: restyling three very hairy men!

Also in hand is fashion expert Darren Kennedy who's going to help the guys ditch their dodgy clothes and turn them into sharp, suave, contemporary gentlemen of the new millennium. But what will the results of this transformation look like?

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The Hotel of Mum and Dad

A new study this week from Shelter reported that nearly 2 million working adults are priced out of the property market and still having to live at home with their families, rather than flying the nest and getting a place of their own.

Watch 32-year-old Kirsty Corbett describe what it's like to still live at her parents' house with her partner and their two children because she simply can't afford to move out.

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Plus property expert Louise Fletcher is on hand to answer calls from viewers who find themselves stuck in the same situation.

Eamonn... attack!

When North London Sumo wrestler Sharron Alexander joined us in 2012 to demonstrate the ways of the Rikishi who'd have thought that Eamonn and Ruth would be so keen to try out some of the warrior stances demonstrated by the Japanese Juggernauts!

Not us that's for sure. Or our wardrobe department for that matter...

Paying to stay alive

There's a treatment available for Reece Hawley's terminal brain cancer but the NHS won't pay for it because the drug isn't licenced in the UK. Now Reece and his mum are working hard to raise the money themselves each week, and join This Morning to tell us their shocking story.

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