I Get Paid £8,000 a Year to Be the Wizard of New Zealand | This Morning

If you walk down the streets of Christchurch in New Zealand, you are very likely to bump into a man wearing a cloak, and a very pointy hat. But he’s not heading to a fancy-dress party… he’s New Zealand’s official wizard! Since 1998, British born Jack Brackenbury has been paid over £8,000 a year for … Read more I Get Paid £8,000 a Year to Be the Wizard of New Zealand | This Morning

12 Lifestyle Changes You Can Make to Prevent Dementia | This Morning

It’s the devastating disease which robs people of their memories, and family members of their loved ones – but could nearly half of dementia cases be avoided? New research claims that simple lifestyle changes could help prevent dementia, and the time to start is now. From losing weight and cutting down on alcohol, to more … Read more 12 Lifestyle Changes You Can Make to Prevent Dementia | This Morning

Dawn Butler MP Says Police Racially Profiled Her in Stop and Search | This Morning

Labour MP Dawn Butler has accused police officers of racial profiling, after she and a friend who are both black, were pulled over as they drove through East London at the weekend. The former shadow minister for equalities filmed the incident, where officers can be heard saying they were searching the area because of gang … Read more Dawn Butler MP Says Police Racially Profiled Her in Stop and Search | This Morning

Are Schools Ready to Go Back? | This Morning

What’s got Britain talking? We’ll be discussing today’s top stories with Matthew Wright & India Willoughby. Broadcast on 10/08/20 Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1JM41yF Like, follow and subscribe to This Morning! Website: http://bit.ly/1MsreVq YouTube: http://bit.ly/1BxNiLl Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1FbXnjU Twitter: http://bit.ly/1Bs1eI1 This Morning – every weekday on ITV and STV from 10:00am. Join Holly Willoughby and Phillip … Read more Are Schools Ready to Go Back? | This Morning

Betrayal Of The Beauty Industry Has Left Me Relying On Food Banks To Feed My Children | This Morning

The beauty industry rejoiced when Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced close contact services – including facials and eyebrow threading – could resume from August the 1st. But after rising rates of infections, the decision was postponed until August the 15th at the earliest, leaving thousands of beauty therapists fighting for their livelihood. Today, we’re speaking … Read more Betrayal Of The Beauty Industry Has Left Me Relying On Food Banks To Feed My Children | This Morning

With Schools Reopening In Scotland, Are Children & Teachers Safe? | This Morning

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said it’s our ‘moral duty’ to get all children back to school next month. It comes as schools in Scotland begin to re-open this week, with many pupils returning to the classroom for the first time since March. But, with Scotland’s largest teaching union warning that it could lead to … Read more With Schools Reopening In Scotland, Are Children & Teachers Safe? | This Morning

The Mother Who Met Her Son’s Killer… And Forgave Him | This Morning

‘I am proud of him’ – the unlikely words of a mother about her son’s killer. In the summer of 2011, Joan Scourfied’s son James was killed by gang member Jacob Dunne in an unprovoked single punch attack, which eventually killed him. Nearly a decade on, not only has Joan forgiven Jacob, but they’ve formed … Read more The Mother Who Met Her Son’s Killer… And Forgave Him | This Morning

Jamie Oliver: ‘Social mobility has to be fundamentally the most precious thing Britain has’

Jamie Oliver is one of Britain’s most-loved chefs. He became famous as a chef on TV and since then has become a best-selling author, started a lot of restaurants and become a campaigner. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) He is perhaps best known for trying to revolutionise school food. His business group has just achieved ‘B Corp’ Sustainability … Read more Jamie Oliver: ‘Social mobility has to be fundamentally the most precious thing Britain has’

Did Cummings Break Lockdown Rules Again? | This Morning

What’s Britain talking? We’re joined by Matthew Wright and Nicola Thorp to discuss the day’s top headlines. Broadcast on 07/08/20 Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1JM41yF Like, follow and subscribe to This Morning! Website: http://bit.ly/1MsreVq YouTube: http://bit.ly/1BxNiLl Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1FbXnjU Twitter: http://bit.ly/1Bs1eI1 This Morning – every weekday on ITV and STV from 10:00am. Join Holly Willoughby and … Read more Did Cummings Break Lockdown Rules Again? | This Morning

The Boy Taking On The Speed Laws After His Cat Was Killed | This Morning

A boy of seven has taken the law into his own hands after his beloved cat Trevor was run over and killed by a speeding driver. Harry Cannell from Norfolk would stand by the road in a high-vis jacket and scowl at any cars that were going too fast. After his campaign received attention the … Read more The Boy Taking On The Speed Laws After His Cat Was Killed | This Morning

Sending Your Children Back To School Safely | This Morning

As Scotland prepares to reopen the doors to its schools next week, many are anxious about the return and how it could effectively act as a blueprint for how the rest of the UK’s schools will behave in September. Dr Ranj reveals what measures will be in place to protect the health of both staff … Read more Sending Your Children Back To School Safely | This Morning

The London Schoolgirl Who’s Been Dubbed The British Greta Thunberg | This Morning

At 17-years-old, she has 150,000 Twitter followers, is an ambassador for leading environmental charities, and has even given speeches to world leaders. But Bella Lack says she’s just like any other teenager. Dubbed the ‘British Greta Thunberg’, the London schoolgirl explains why she’s swapped TikTok crazes for climate conservation – and how she fits it … Read more The London Schoolgirl Who’s Been Dubbed The British Greta Thunberg | This Morning

Paul Chuckle on Remembering His Brother Barry | This Morning

With their infectious catchphrases and easygoing nature, Paul and Barry Elliott were two of Britain’s best-loved performers. And as comedy duo The Chuckle Brothers, they became a staple of children’s teatime telly. But in the two years since Barry passed, brother Paul has shied away from the limelight. Today, he joins us from his home … Read more Paul Chuckle on Remembering His Brother Barry | This Morning

The Man Who’s Collected Every Argos Catalogue Since 1973 | This Morning

For most, it was the handy shopping guide found in sitting rooms and stores across the nation. But for Professor Leigh Sparks, the Argos catalogue is an iconic part of British history. The social historian has collected every copy since 1973, and today he tells us why. Broadcast on 06/08/20 Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1JM41yF … Read more The Man Who’s Collected Every Argos Catalogue Since 1973 | This Morning

Is It Time To End The Furlough Scheme? | This Morning

New research has found that the majority of office staff are still working from home, despite the government relaxing its guidance on Monday. This comes as criticism of the furlough scheme ramps up, with some accusing employees of ‘milking’ the system. So, is it time we all got back to work? And are we being … Read more Is It Time To End The Furlough Scheme? | This Morning