25 years of Reeves and Mortimer!

Good stories you see, this one this coming Monday is about a moth.

– Vic Reeves on why House of Fools has performed so well...

Comedy duo Vic and Bob join us to talk about the second series of sitcom House of Fools and celebrating 25 years of Reeves and Mortimer.

The series merges Vic and Bob's blend of rapid-fire jokes and surrealist wit with a sitcom format. Vic and Bob will soon celebrate 25 years together - first working together on Vic Reeves' Big Night Out which debuted on May 25 1990. The pair say they don't have any plans to celebrate but joke that they may play Glastonbury!

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Bob Mortimer and Vic Reeves

Being a mum was 'the most important' thing

I can’t imagine not being a mum and thats first and foremost.

– Dame Julie Andrews on motherhood

In the third part of her interview with Kate Garraway, Dame Julie Andrews discusses motherhood and why she can't imagine not ever being a mum.

Speaking about her other job as mother, she said: "I love being a mum and I think every mum who has a job and kids is a saint". Dame Julie Andrews celebrates 50 years of one of her most popular films The Sound of Music this week .

Dame Julie Andrews: I thought my debut would be a 'flash in the pan'

Dame Julie Andrews: 'I had some garbage to get rid of'

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Spoofing the celebrities with Keith Lemon

Self confessed national treasure and professional lady magnet Keith Lemon joins us on the sofa to chat about his new ITV sketch show.

The Keith Lemon Sketch Show has been described as a "fast-paced blend of hilarious sketches and character comedy". Lemon spoofs celebrities from the worlds of TV, music and film aided and abetted by a cast of celebrity friends including everyone from Paddy McGuinness, Fearne Cotton and Ashley Roberts.

WATCH: Keith Lemon's life memoirs

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I thought my debut would be a 'flash in the pan'

Kate Garraway meets Dame Julie Andrews as she returns to the set of The Sound of Music in Salzburg, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the film's release and an anniversary edition DVD.

Dame Julie tells Kate that she thought her debut at the age of 12 was just going to be a "flash in the pan"... Little did she know!

Sing-a-long with us to the Sound of Music!

Dame Julie Andrews: 'I had some garbage to get rid of'

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Julie Andrews celebrates 50 years of classic film

I had some garbage to get rid of

– Dame Julie Andrews on why she went to therapy - during which she met her husband

Lady Gaga and Julie Andrews paid tribute to the iconic film The Sound of Music at The Oscars and all this week the hills will be alive on Good Morning Britain as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of classic musical film.

And how better to celebrate than to talk to the original Maria herself? Kate Garraway catches up with the musical legend.

Sing-a-Long with the sound of the GMB team...