What have you got planned for an Easter treat?

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From scary professor to Good People

Oscar-nominated actress Imelda Staunton has graced the silver screen in Hollywood blockbusters like Harry Potter, Vera Drake and Shakespeare in Love, but now her first love of theatre sees her returning to tread the boards in David Lindsay-Abaire's award-wining play Good People.

She plays a potty-mouthed working class Boston woman who runs into a wealthy ex and gets a lot more than she bargained for. She's in the studio with Eamonn and Ruth to tell them what it's all about.

Watch Kian Egan take to the stage in his tour of West End musicals

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Is your child addicted to technology?

Last year British parents spent £5.6 billion on gadgets for their children, and with more than a third expecting to spend even more this year what effect is this having on our kids? Are we raising tech-savvy toddlers ready for a computer-filled world or is there a detrimental downside to our constant click and swipe culture?

Consultant adolescent psychiatrist Dr Richard Graham believes children, like their parents, can become addicted to technology.

Laura's on the phone and she's worried about her nine-year-old son and his games console addiction - watch Dr Graham's advice above.

Can criminals say sorry?

Restorative justice is the means by which the victim of a crime meets their perpetrator and conveys to them the toll their actions had on them in the hope that the criminal will not re-offend.

Brooke Kinsella - whose brother Ben was murdered in 2009 - is here to tell This Morning about exploring the concept for a new documentary.

Plus, we're also speaking to Wendy Bridge, a woman who bravely met her brother's killer to tell him the effect of his actions on her life.

For more information and support, visit our bereavement after murder and manslaughter helplines and restorative justice helplines

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