Status Quo are back and planning to Rock All Over The World, following guitarist Rick Parfitt's recent heart attack, leading him to give up drinking and smoking.
Rick and Francis join us now to talk about that, their 50 years at the top, and stripping bare for their new acoustic album Aquostic...
Newly-wed megastar Brad Pitt talks to GMB as he takes part in the closing night of the London Film Festival - and we see the moment Brad is reunited with the war veteran who advised him on his film Fury (and had no idea at the time who Brad Pitt was!).
Loose Women panellist and actress Lynda Bellingham has passed away after fighting bowel cancer.
The OXO mum star revealed earlier this month that she had chosen to stop treatment as the disease has gotten so aggressive.
A new government and national crime agency campaign is today highlighting the dangers of becoming a victim of internet crime, in particular, online dating scams.
The aim of this campaign is to educate the public, inform, and raise awareness of online security. Today we speak to Ann Mather, victim of a dating scam which tricked her out of 14,000 Euros.
Almost two thirds of people think it's more dangerous for children to walk to school now than it was 30 years ago, according to a poll carried out exclusively for Good Morning Britain
Fifty per cent of the 1,000 surveyed said traffic was their biggest fear, with 39 per cent citing stranger danger.
So why are parents too scared to let their children walk to school on their own? What age should we let them do it and what are the main dangers parents fear?
There are 66 sleeps until Christmas Day and while that gives you plenty of time to sort out the turkey, trimmings and tinsel there's one job that needs attention today - the Christmas Stocking!
This morning we're launching Good Morning Britain's Christmas Stocking competition and searching for Britain's craftiest kid who can draw the most seasonal festive stocking.
The winning design will be made into a craft kit and then sold in Hobbycraft stores nationwide with a donation (50p) from each kit bought going to ITV's Text Santa Appeal. The craft kits will go on sale throughout the country (and online!) on Monday 1st December!
This is a massive over reaction
While the Ebola risk to the UK is still fairly low, some "survivalists" are preparing for the worst. We meet one family who are stockpiling food and who have bought gas marks and protective clothing because of their fear over over the deadly disease.
We're also joined by Dr Hilary Jones, who puts Ebola into perspective, comparing it to other more likely causes of death.