With seconds to go before you're live on air with Good Morning Britain the last thing you want is a technical fault... looks like it's time to go old school!
It is almost inexplicable, but you have to remember he is unique.
All this week Good Morning Britain is marking the centenary of World War One, and we're featuring some incredible stories.
Today we spoke to Richard Van Emden who discovered the story of Sidney Lewis, the youngest soldier to go to war - at the age of just 12.
It's hard to believe it's been 40 years since Helen Worth first appeared on our screens as Gail in Coronation Street.
Love her or hate her, she's as much a part of the show as the cobbles themselves, so we thought we'd take a look back at our Gail through the years!
Nearly two million working young adults aged between 20 and 34 years old in England are still living with their parents according to Shelter, which is urging stronger action to help the "clipped wing generation" fly the nest.
The charity says data it has taken from the Census shows that there are 1.97 million people in this age group in England who are still living with their parents, accounting for one quarter of all young adults in employment.
Fuel prices at some of the big supermarkets are being cut from today, one chain is claiming that it'll mean the cheapest petrol prices for three years.
On today's Good Morning Britain we'd like what was the most expensive bill you have had to pay - and what was it for? Get in touch before 8am today on Twitter, Facebook or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we may read your comments out on the show. You must be 18 and over, terms at itv.com/terms.
People from around the world love Britain because we're polite, educated, friendly, law abiding and love a good laugh, a survey from the British Council has found.
On the downside we drink too much, eat badly and are ignorant of other cultures, the survey found that in overall attractiveness, the UK came second only to the US in joint place with Australia. The British Council says it shows that Britain's cultural heritage has made it a world wide brand and more needs to be spent nurturing it.
We want to hear from you - what do you think makes Britain great? Get in touch before 8am today on Twitter, Facebook or by emailing email@example.com and we may read your comments out on the show. You must be 18 and over, terms at itv.com/terms.