A seven-part drama that explores the lives, loves, and careers of a group of friends from Coventry who all move to London. Emma is in a seven-year relationship with Mark Rose, with whom she... See full summary »
Soccer Aid is a Charity Football event which takes place every two years at Old Trafford. Two teams of celebrities and ex-legends, England and 'Rest of the World', take each other on under ... See full summary »
ABC's "Good Morning America" presents the News and Information Source of the day's topics and journalism. The 1st Co-Host Team of David Hartman & Nancy Dussault, 2nd was Sandy Hill, 3rd was... See full summary »
I'm not a huge fan of GMTV and I don't think it compares favourably to its BBC One rival Breakfast in terms of its presentation, coverage or guests. It is far more frivolous and tacky (it is even keeping alive the career of the appalling Keith Chegwin). However it is clearly a successful formula, evidenced by its longevity, and occasionally it does feature an interesting guest, with recent examples such as the actors Ian McShane and Tom Baker, interviews I am pleased to say that I managed to catch. I agree with a previous reviewer, though, that at over three hours every day (most of which I do not and would have no intention to suffer), a lot of it is rather trashy and it could be much better. It would benefit from more quality guests and fewer transient soap and pop stars. But of course, as we well know, the latter are cheap and would turn up to the opening of an envelope, so that's presumably why we see so much of them.
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