On Wednesday's show Dean Edwards has another great British classic as he's cooking toad in the hole! Plus former GMTV weather presenter Clare Nasir is teaching kids about the weather and she'll be joining us to talk about her new book. Ross King is live in LA and Dr Hilary has his finger on the health pulse!
Tune in from 8:30am for all this and more with Lorraine Kelly.
We also take a look at the items available from the high street inspired by the period drama.
Tuesday 23 September: Lorraine is wearing an orange dress from Closet with aqua blue shoes from Top Shop.
It was an action-packed return for the award-winning drama Downton Abbey last Sunday. Not only was there a fire which could have destroyed the whole house but Footman Jimmy Kent was caught out by Lord Grantham spending the night with Lady Anstruther! Could this spell the end for Jimmy? Actor Ed Speleers joins us live in the studio to talk about the exciting new series of the ITV drama.
We know Robert Glenister for Hustle and various other TV roles but now the actor is taking to the stage at the Haymarket Theatre Royal to star in Great Britain, a play that depicts the phone hacking scandal, revolves around a tabloid newspaper called The Free Press.
Nearly a million people in the UK have a form of dementia and more than half of these have Alzheimer's disease. According to new research, the cost of dementia in the UK has hit £26 billion a year - enough to pay the energy bills of every household in the country.
Actress Sally Lindsay's grandmother passed away from Alzheimer's 24 years ago and Sally fears she may get it too. An ambassador for the Alzheimer's Society since 2007, she joins us now to talk about taking part in their fundraising Memory Walks.
A survey out today says that a quarter of us treat our dogs like children and we'd like to hear from you on this.
Do you treat your dog like a member of the family? Or do you think that's a bit strange and pets should be treated as pets?