Anita Dobson on playing Queen Elizabeth I

We've been married 15 years, together for 29!

– Anita Dobson

Anita Dobson and Queen are two words that go well together. This year Anita has been married to Queen rockstar Brian May for 15 years... but her next role is a very different Queen!

Anita joins Lorraine to talk about playing Queen Elizabeth 1 in BBC2 docudrama Armada which airs this Sunday.

She will also be talking about starring in London Road, a new film with Olivia Coleman and Tom Hardy which looks at the events of 2006, when the quiet rural town of Ipswich was shattered by the discovery of the bodies of five women.

From the Queen Vic to the Queen... with the queen of Daytime TV!

Beverley Callard on 'work sister' Anne Kirkbride

I miss everything about her. People used to call us 'the work sisters'

– Beverley Callard on her friend and co-star Anne Kirkbride

British actress Beverley Callard, most famous for playing Coronation Street's Liz McDonald, joins Lorraine live from the cobbles today.

Speaking from Roy's Rolls, Beverley talks about her dear friend and co-star Anne Kirkbride after filming a recent story on the demise of Deidre Barlow.

She also talks about what happens when her character Liz discovers what's been going on with Tony and Tracy and next week's explosive episode.

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Amy Adams on why she loves British fashion

I seem to have a lot of personalities in my style wardrobe. When I'm mum, it looks like I really gave up!

– Amy Adams

Mark Heyes chats to Hollywood star Amy Adams about what's next for her- working with Tom Ford in the autumn and being Lois Lane in the next Superman!

Amy shares some of her style secrets and her love of scotch eggs!

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Love Me Tender Mica and Shaun

It's just great music - there are countless Elvis fans out there

– Sean Williamson

Singer Mica Paris and former EastEnders star Shaun Williamson joins Lorraine to talk about their starring roles in the new jukebox musical Love Me Tender, featuring the music of Elvis Presley.

It opens on Friday June 5 at the Manchester Opera House.

Dom Joly on clowning around

After rising to fame in the hidden-camera show, Trigger Happy TV, comedian Dom Joly went on to have a successful career in television. With a love for travel he's also written two travel books and is learning to fly a hot air balloon.

Dom joins Lorraine to talk about his new memoirs Here Comes the Clown, which starts from the life-changing day when the first episode of Trigger Happy aired in 2000.

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