It is an outdated reference, but all you have to do is look at what he was saying ... those aren't the words of someone who is racist
Man of the moment, Golden Globe nominated actor David Oyelowo (known for Spooks, The Paperboy and The Butler) will be live in the Lorraine studio to tell us all about his role in the Oscar-nominated Selma, in which he plays Martin Luther King.
He will also be telling us all about his friendship with Brad Pitt and why the Hollywood star created a chant in his honour!
Check Your Chaps is excellent - fantastic. I'm telling you boys, it's not embarrassing.
As EastEnders' celebrates 30 years on air, we're joined by one of Albert Square's most popular former residents, Lucy Benjamin.
She'll be telling us all about her new play Deadly Murder and much more.
If you can animate me as an action hero, there is hope for everybody!
Oscar winner Colin Firth admits he was 'proud' of the bruises he picked up while filming fight scenes in new spy film Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Based upon the acclaimed comic book and directed by Matthew Vaughn, the film tells the story of a super-secret spy organisation headed by up Harry Hart (Firth) that recruits an unrefined but promising street kid.
Colin reveals he endured six months of fight training to prepare for the scenes as he didn't want a stunt double.
He said: "I had loads of injuries but I was so proud of them. They are trophies. If I got a bruise it wasn't get the nurse, it was get the camera. We were all delighted if we had something to show for it."
Colin also bigged up youngster Taron Egerton who makes his movie debut as the new recruit Eggsy.
He said: "I don't think he knows what he's in for. He's got so much up his sleeve. He came straight from drama school."
I have insatiable excitement about it, I wake up at 4.30am as ideas are popping up. I have to put myself back into bed!
Actress Cathy Tyson reveals she didn't let a low wage stand in her way of playing scientist Marie Curie in the play Radiance.
Cathy, who shot to fame thanks to career-defining roles in the 1986 film Mona Lisa and Kay Mellor's 90s TV hit Band Of Gold, returned to acting last year after taking a four-year break to go to university and study literature and drama.
She said: "It's an incredibly rewarding role but it's Fringe Theatre, we're not getting paid very much for it but it doesn't feel like that as I'm getting rewards back."
Radiance opens on 4 February at The Tabard Theatre in London.