Apparently film fans typically re-watch their favourite movie 29 times in their lifetime. The Harrison Ford classic Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark tops the list, closely followed by Star Wars and Back to the Future. So what's your favourite movie of all time and why?
Amy Willerton is here to reveal how I'm A Celebrity has changed her life, what she's been up to in LA and why she's offering career advice to those waiting for exam results.
We'll also be chatting to Richard Branson's mum Eve about the secrets behind her billionaire tycoon son's success and Nell Bryden, the US singer who hasn't let hair loss stand in her way on the way to stardom.
Tune in from 8:30am for all this and more with Kate Garraway.
When the stars visit us on Lorraine we love to find out what they're wearing. Here's a collection of some of our most stylish guests this year so far...
Actress Catherine Tyldesley - AKA Coronation Street's Eva Price - is set to take part in this year's Great Swim events. Before joining Corrie, Catherine famously lost six stone after committing to a healthy diet and regular exercise.
The Great Swim series will see around 22,000 swimmers compete in five events held in lakes, lochs and urban docks in England and Scotland.
She was a little girl who wanted a normal life. You can't be a superstar and have a normal life.
A documentary set to air this Thursday will examine the death of seventies singing sensation Karen Carpenter. After a long battle with anorexia the star died in her parents' home in 1982 at just 32 years of age.
Today we are joined by John Adrian who dated Karen in the mid-1970s. John worked for A&M Records in London, and after becoming close to Karen they had a fling which he claims was stopped by her management.
Despite their break-up, John became one of her closest friends, and today he will share his fond memories of Karen, as well as first hand accounts of her battle with a disease that would eventually take her life.
Intravenous Vitamin (IV) drips are seen by the stars as a fast track to physical perfection and the likes of Rihanna and Simon Cowell are said to use them.
IVs allegedly boost your immunity, cure hangovers and even help with jet lag. With news that the treatment will soon be coming to the UK, today we go live to Vegas and speak to Erica Jackson (above) who is a regular user of the treatment. Dr Hilary also joins us to give his view.