Ask Lionel Richie a question!

Have you ever wanted to say 'Hello' to Lionel Richie? Well we can't quite arrange a meeting, but we have the next best thing. Our very own Alison Hammond is meeting the music legend and we want YOUR VOICE asking him that burning question you've always wanted to ask. Whether you want to confess your 'Endless Love' or just find out his favourite colour, this is 'Truly' a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Simply email in your question, including your name and contact telephone number to thismorning@itv.com and if we decide to put your question to Lionel we will call you back to record it down the phone! Easy - Like Sunday Morning!

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Have confidence in your appearance

Earlier on we met Darren Pidgeon, the young man whose life was changed in an instant when he was sprayed with acid in an unprovoked attack.

Following the news that Dr Tapan Patel would like to help him with his scarring, Dr Dawn Harper and self esteem expert Natasha Devon take viewers' calls.

Watch Darren talk about his attack experience

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Denise does Downton: Part One

Denise tours the beautiful Highclere Castle, the real Downton Abbey, in the company of The Countess of Carnarvon. During the tour the Countess tells Denise how even with a staff of up to 120 required to manage the house, and 6000 acres of grounds, she can still never find anyone to do something when she needs them to!

She recounts the tale of the real-life Lord Grantham and Cora, as Lady Carnarvon tells us about her new book Lady Catherine and the Real Downton Abbey; and hear about the disaster that nearly befell a priceless Van Dyck painting when they were filming the first series of Downton.

Downton Abbey is back for a fifth series, next Sunday 21 Sep 2014, 9.00pm - 10.30pm, ITV.

Visit the Downton Abbey website for an exclusive interview with cast and crew

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The Manchester Dogs Home heroes

Last Thursday, animal-lovers across the country were left in shock when dozens of dogs were killed in an arson attack on Manchester Dogs Home.

In total around 60 dogs died in the fire but that number would have been even higher were it not for three local heroes: Jason Dyer, his son Danny Vere and nephew Dean Rostock, who risked their own lives by running into the flames and pulling pets out of the blaze. Today we're joined by Jason, Danny and Dean plus Anna Stansfield: manager of Cheshire Dogs Home which has now taken in all of the homeless pooches.

Visit the Manchester and Cheshire Dogs' home website for their message of thanks

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