Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid has discussed the first year of hosting the revived ITV breakfast brand, Good Morning Britain.
Lorraine Kelly has celebrated 30 years in breakfast television this morning with a surprise packed show, full of faces from the past and surprises from the present.
ITV today has been promoting the return of popular brand Good Morning Britain as their new version hits the air on Monday. Earlier today Ben Shephard gave viewers a chance to see whats to come with a short preview on the final Daybreak while later on This Morning Susanna Reid and Charlotte Hawkins spoke about launching Good Morning Britain on ITV next week.
Susanna Reid has said there is a “positive feeling” around the launch of Good Morning Britain. Next week, ITV will try once again to claim back viewers it lost in 2010 when they ditched GMTV for the now tarnished Daybreak. After a number of revamps across four years, including bringing Lorraine Kelly on as main host, Daybreak has failed to make any sizable impact. Monday 28th April will see ITV
Following the demise of ITV’s breakfast show Daybreak – version three – Channel 5 is, they say, delighted to welcome news presenter Matt Barbet back to the 5 News family the broadcaster announced today.
Tabloid reports suggest BBC Breakfast host Susanna Reid is being lured by ITV to host a revival of Good Morning Britain for the channel.
Eamonn Holmes ends speculation that he’s departing Sky for ITV by signing a new five year contract with Sky News.
Editor of struggling ITV breakfast show Daybreak is to leave this week.
Christine Bleakey isn’t a telly turn off she says.
Breakfast television veteran Eamonn Holmes is in talks with ITV to become the new presenter of Daybreak, according to The Mirror.