Starting on Friday 7 October, Good Morning Britain will offer viewers a star-studded four-part series ‘Black History Makers’.
This includes The Apprentice’s Tim Campbell looking into black entrepreneurship. Also, the lead singer of M People, Heather Small looks at how Ngozi Fulani, founder of Sistah Space, helps women of African & Caribbean heritage who are victims of domestic and sexual abuse.
On This Morning, food favourites Ainsley Harriott, Rustie Lee and Big Zuu will be cooking up delicious Caribbean and West African cuisine, while fellow show favourite Atah Jewel will be on hand with the best beauty buys for black hair and skin.
Host Alison Hammond’s off to Birmingham with actress Michelle Gayle to visit an art installation designed to educate children about Black History, and Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones AKA The Black Farmer and climate activist Vanessa Nakate will be sharing their stories on the sofa.
Loose Women will shed light on topics inspired by its inspirational black panellists. Judi Love delves into the NHS investigation into racial inequalities experienced by sickle cell patients.
Meanwhile, Charlene White will lead a children's hair masterclass, and there will be inspiring Black History Month content from presenters and guests throughout the month.
Good Morning Britain airs at 6am, Lorraine at 9am, This Morning at 10am and Loose Women at 12:30pm.