Status Quo are back and planning to Rock All Over The World, following guitarist Rick Parfitt's recent health scare.
They join us at 8:20am to talk about that, their 50 years at the top, and stripping bare for their new album!
Richard Arnold catches up with the three remaining X Factor Wildcards Lola Saunders, Jack Walton and Stevi Richie.
Louis Walsh's boyband Generation Overload left the competition last weekend along with Blonde Electra.
Can they all survive another week?
It was just a massive northern thing.
Lisa Stansfield is a successful recording artist and actress whose latest role takes her in to the heart of the northern soul music scene.
Lisa joins us on the sofa today to talk about her role in the film Northern Soul where she plays the mother of John Clark, who along with his mate, discovers northern soul as two working class teenagers.
I've had a parallel career as a writer going back a very long way.
It was back in 1666 when the Great Fire raged through the streets of London. Tonight, almost 350 years later, The Great Fire mini series begins.
We're joined by the shows writer, ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby and actress Perdita Weeks who stars in the series.
It was a big surprise to most people. It's much more fun being nasty than being nice.
Charity was left for dead in last night's episode of Emmerdale and her mystery attacker was revealed!
Chris Bisson who plays nasty Jai Sharma joins us on the sofa.
Richard Arnold has gone behind-the-scenes on the set of exciting new drama The Great Fire.
The four-part drama is inspired by the historical events of 1666.
Find out how he got on, above.
Ever wondered how Good Morning Britain delivers you the news you're waking up to each morning - from breaking world news to local headlines as well?
ITV News teams across the country deliver regional bulletins every day on Good Morning Britain with the latest news, weather and travel updates, and it's in these news rooms where many of our presenters and correspondents first started - including our own Charlotte Hawkins!
In this exclusive film for the Good Morning Britain website, correspondent Nick Dixon takes Charlotte back to ITV Meridian to take a look through the archive, and finds out what the teams at ITV Central and UTV get up to when they're in the office at 5am each day!