NEW ITV DAYTIME SEASON BEGINS - GMB, LORRAINE, THIS MORNING AND LOOSE WOMEN

Good Morning Britain continues to wake up the nation setting the news agenda each weekday morning. And the GMB family of presenters are back on screen together from this September. Susanna Reid, Ben Shephard, Kate Garraway, Adil Ray, Ranvir Singh, Charlotte Hawkins and Sean Fletcher, plus guest presenters, take to the helm with all of the morning’s breaking news, the very best investigative journalism, robust debates and exclusive guests from the world of entertainment and sport.



On Lorraine, the programme's award-winning campaign Change + Check is back helping to educate even more women about the signs of breast cancer. Dr Alex George, recently appointed as the government’s Youth Mental Health Advisor, is also continuing his HEADucation campaign which looks to galvanise mental health education in UK schools. Plus, Lisa Faulkner will be chatting and cooking with some of her celebrity friends.



On This Morning, Phillip Schofield, Holly Willoughby, Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary will return this autumn with bumper packed shows including a brand new green initiative that will be the show’s biggest project in its 33-year history!


The daytime stalwart will also have an array of brand-new series that will feature each week this term. These will include Nigel Havers interviewing some top celebrity friends over lunch, chef Clodagh McKenna will take viewers on a tour of her native Ireland to serve up delicious dishes along the way, the Style Sisters will help viewers declutter their homes, whilst allotment experts will be on hand to help advise on how to grow your own fruit and vegetables, and the show’s resident adrenaline junkie - not always by choice - Josie Gibson will be taking on yet more crazy challenges!



This Autumn on Loose Women, Sunetra Sarker and Katie Piper join the panel of some of Britain’s most famous TV faces including Coleen Nolan, Ruth Langsford, Janet Street-Porter, Stacey Solomon and Brenda Edwards, plus anchor Christine Lampard will return from maternity leave. After Ruth Langsford trained to be an air stewardess and Coleen Nolan turned vet for the day, we will also be challenging our other Loose Women to give their other dream day job a go. Loose Men’s all-male panel is back to mark International Men’s Day in November, our Soccer Aid special returns and it’s bring your partners to work day, as Loose Loved Ones has another outing.