The subject matter is 'really funny'

You might think that subject matter might be quite dry but it's not, it's really funny.

– Nicholas Burns

Former star of Benidorm, Nicholas Burns, joins us on the sofa to talk about his role in new polling station play and TV show called The Vote. Set in a fictional London polling station, The Vote dramatises the final ninety minutes before the polls close in this year's general election.

The play is on at the Donmar between Friday 24 April and Wednesday 6 May and will be broadcast live on MORE4, 8:25 - 10PM on Thursday 7 May.

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Look Into Your Heart for the children of Nepal

It's such a great honour to lend my voice to legendary musicians on a charity single

– Beverley Knight

Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Beverley Knight are launching charity single Look Into Your Heart today to raise funds for Save the Children's Nepal Earthquake Appeal.

The single, which was produced by Pink Floyd's Nick Mason, was recorded at the infamous Abbey Road studio in London and features a 100-person choir made up of Save the Children supporters.

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Idina Menzel: 'I know that there will be' Frozen 2

They're still in the creative mode and I know that I really want to do it.

– Idina Menzel on Frozen 2

Tony Award-winning singer and actress Idina Menzel chats to Good Morning Britain about the possibility of her involvement in a Frozen sequel!

Idina has also confirmed her biggest UK and Ireland tour to date which starts next summer. This is her first set of UK concert dates since her 2012 tour, which included a week long run at London’s Apollo Theatre.

Idina's June tour dates:

David Beckham opens Instagram account

I can't wait to start sharing my special moments with you

– David Beckham on Instagram

David Beckham has opened his own Instagram account! The footballer and model who turns 40 today posted his first picture on the social media account saying: "It's great to finally be on Instagram."

He added: "It's been a long time coming but I can't wait to start sharing my special moments with you."

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Ed's role in gripping WW2 drama

Actor Ed Stoppard - son of playwright Tom Stoppard and author Dr Miriam Stoppard - joins us on the GMB sofa to talk about his latest role in ITV's Home Fires.

The new six-part drama follows a group of inspirational women in a rural Cheshire community with the shadow of World War II casting a dark cloud over their lives.

As the conflict takes hold, and separates the women from their husbands, fathers, sons and brothers, the characters find themselves under increasing and extraordinary pressures in a rapidly fragmenting world.

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