Karl Pilkington: why travel has changed me

All this travelling has changed me. Travelling does have an effect on you ... it changes you ... for the better

– Karl Pilkington

No frills funny man Karl Pilkington joins Lorraine to talk about the DVD and Blu-ray release of his comedy travel show The Moaning of Life 2, which is out today.

This time the po-faced producer-turned-television-star embarks on an epic journey that takes him to Iceland, rural India, Mexico, Germany, the US and Japan. On his travels Karl explores the health benefits of drinking his own urine, experiences the transformational effect of having hair again, weighs up the benefits of monogamy and polygamy and lives as a woman for a day!

But travelling has taken its toll on Karl, and he tells Lorraine, "I think I've had enough".

We're hoping we can tempt Karl back!

Anton Stephans leaves The X Factor

What I'm doing is authentic, real and honest

– Anton Stephans

Anton Stephans left The X Factor last night, but he says he has "no regrets", and reveals that offers have already come flooding in from around the world - with that voice, we're not surprised!

'I'm thinking 'yes, we can pay the mortgage' for this month at least!" Anton joked.

Ask Caspar and Joe a question on Lorraine!

On Tuesday YouTube Superstars Casper Lee and Joe Sugg join Lorraine - and we want to hear from you!

Get the boys to dish the dirt as we put your burning questions to the vlogging duo. All you have to do is send in a video of yourself to lorraine@itv.com asking Casper and Joe a question and it could be answered by the pair live on air!

Please note:

  • The film must be no more than 15 seconds
  • It must be filmed in landscape (holding your phone sideways)
  • All entrants under the age of 18 must accompany their entries with a mobile number of a parent or guardian so we may seek permission
  • We must receive your video by 5pm on Monday 23 November 2015

Brandon Flowers' rock star life

People think I don't spend time with my kids and my wife but I do!

– Brandon Flowers

Dan Wootton catches up with The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers about his solo work backstage of his big one-off London gig.

The US musician chats about meeting Prince Harry, his new album and going solo... plus a very strange rumour that turns out to be true!

Kimberley Walsh stars in West End show Elf

It's just so funny! It's hilarious

– Kimberley Walsh on new stage show Elf

Kimberley Walsh was part of one of the most successful girl groups of all time, but now she is heading to the West End to spread some Christmas cheer.

In 2012, the Girls Aloud star, who shot to fame back in 2002 on Popstars the Rivals, made her West End debut playing Princess Fiona in Shrek the Musical.

But now things are about to get festive as she stars in the stage adaptation of Elf.

Martin Clunes returns as TV's grumpiest GP

In England we like a posh man in a suit to fix things and tell us what to do, but we also hate him and we have to punish him!

– Martin Clunes on his grouchy character Doc Martin

Since first arriving on our TV screens more than ten years ago, Doc Martin has become a global phenomenon, loved by audiences around the world.