It's Take Over The Makeover time again, where the impossibly brave Faye Sawyer puts her fashion reputation on the line by going head to head with the British public in a bid to try and dress a viewer who has lost their sartorial way.
This week it's 39-year-old mum-of-two Georgina Cook who has had little to no body confidence since having her son Leo four years ago. Georgina has got a Christmas party coming up, and wants an outfit that will make her feel attractive... and that will make her husband do a double take!
He's may have been married four times before, but will it be fifth time lucky for Coronation Street's weak-willed Peter Barlow as he prepares to wed Carla Connor?
Well, not if babysitting babe Tina McIntyre has anything to do with it! As the big day draws near we've seen Peter's eyes continue to stray away from his bride-to-be.
Sharon Marshall goes behind the scenes of Corrie on Peter and Carla's big day, but with wedding bells and sexual tension in the air, will it be Peter and Tina who ride off into the sunset?
This week the phenomenon that is Wonderstuff is taking things up a notch by uprooting from the confines of the TM Studio and taking its blend of scientific brilliance outside to London's Southbank where the inimitable Dr Zoe Laughlin will be demonstrating the magical properties of metal!
She'll be bursting copper powder into colourful flames, coating pingong balls in a metal so strong it can take the weight of three men without crushing AND she will be smelting molten copper to make a very special Christmas decoration for the This Morning Christmas Tree!
Three years ago, Debby Thornton's daughter Jennie, 33, shocked her with the news that she wanted to end her life at the Dignitas clinic in Switzerland.
Jennie suffers from the terminal disease Cystic Fibrosis, and struggling with her parental pull to relieve her daughter's suffering, Debby has agreed to help Jennie die, by any means necessary.
Jenny and Debbie join us now to discuss their heartbreaking decision, and why Jennie should have the right to die when and how she chooses.
The Legal Eagles swoop back into the studio to answer more of our viewers' legal queries.
Today we are joined by family and divorce lawyer Jamie Gaw, wills and inheritance lawyer Sue Medder and defence lawyer and Mr Loophole himself, Nick Freeman.
'I'm not a number, I'm a free man', was the iconic cry from the hero of The Prisoner played by Patrick McGoohan. His character, a spy whose name we never learn, is kidnapped and imprisoned in The Village in the iconic Sixties series.
With no names in The Village, our hero becomes Number Six, and each week his escape attempts are foiled by the terrifying Rover guards, under the watchful eye of a constantly changing Number Two charged with finding out why Number Six resigned.