Cathy's return to the stage after studying

It's a rewarding role. It doesn't matter that I'm not getting paid very much

– Cathy Tyson

Cathy Tyson shot to fame thanks to career-defining roles in the 1986 film Mona Lisa and Kay Mellor's 90s TV hit Band Of Gold. Last year she returned to the acting world after a four-year break, in which she went to university to study literature and drama.

She joins Lorraine to talk about her new role as Marie Curie in the play Radiance.

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Rochelle Humes gets mad makeover from Marvin

Today is the launch of this year's Comic Relief and images of celebs who have been made over to look 'funny for money' have been released.

Brave supporter Rochelle Humes joins Lorraine to explain why she's let her husband Marvin go mad with make up to make her look 'funny for money' and she will be encouraging us all to do the same - with the use of face paint, a funny wig and a 'Red Nose Day' nose.

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David Walliams on Red Nose Day launch

David Walliams joins us live from a Comic Relief funded project in Kenya to talk about the difference our money is making and why fundraising must continue.

To mark launch day Comic Relief have released images of celebs who have made their faces look 'funny for money', using face paint, crazy make-up and a red nose. David let Simon Cowell loose on his face to make him look 'funny for money' and he will be encouraging us to do the same this 'Red Nose Day'.

For more information on Red Nose Day click here.

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We get a peep out of Robert Webb

Robert Webb is best known for his role as Jeremy in Channel 4's multi-award winning Peep Show in which he stars alongside long-time collaborator David Mitchell.

He joins us today discuss his latest theatre role as Bertie Wooster in the touring production of Jeeves & Wooster and why 2015 feels like the right time to say goodbye to the smash-hit sitcom…

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Lulu returns to her musical roots

I'm 66, I'm okay with that, I don't have to be perfect!

– Lulu

Singer Lulu joins Lorraine to talk about her new album, entitled Making Life Rhyme, in which she returns to her musical roots, and her upcoming UK tour.

And the Boom Bang-a-Bang Eurovision winner looks back over her 50 years in the music business, revealing that she uses songwriting as a chance to express the things she might not otherwise talk about, and why she's happy with where she is, at the age of 66!

Lulu poses with Lorraine and fellow Friday guest Gaby Roslin