It gives a real authentic taste of what it must have been like in that time
Mr Selfridge's Leon Ockenden and Lark Rise to Candleford's Olivia Hallinan have teamed up for a new adaptation of the hit play Flare Path, which won Sheridan Smith an Olivier award, and saw Sienna Miller prove her acting chops on the West End stage.
The play was first staged in 1942 and follows the lives of regular people as they experience the war.
Olivia said, "It focusses on the feelings and emotional distress that the women went through when their husbands left them."
Leon is enjoying the role, saying, "it's these ordinary people going through extraordinary circumstances and living with life and death on a daily basis."
Flare Path kicks off a national tour on 18 August.
I hate watching myself because you're your own worst critic. I'll be like, 'why am I standing like that?'
Emmerdale bad boy Ross Barton, actor Michael Parr, joins Lorraine.
We'll catch up with what's going on with Ross as it's just been discovered that he is the father of Charity's baby and he's is also having an affair with Charity's daughter Debbie.
Michael tells us to expect a dramatic few months in Emmerdale, saying "It’s going to be an explosive summer."
Michael has played bad boy Ross Barton for two years now and said that he loves the character and extreme storylines. He said, "Would you rather be James Bond or a villain? I’d rather be a villain!"
You hear about him and you know about him, but when you meet him he is everything and more!
Dan caught up with Arnie's Terminator co-star and Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke.
Emilia plays a young Sarah Connor in the new Terminator Genisys.
On working with one of her idols, Emilia said, "Arnold. Never could he ever be a disappointment."
Terminator Genisys is in cinemas now.
Having been one fifth of chart-topping boy-band The Wanted, Nathan Sykes is now going it alone and joins us to discuss his debut solo single Kiss Me Quick, out this week, and he answers some viewers' questions put to him by Lorraine.